Intelligent "indie jazz" that is as good for the mind as it is for the soul.
A no tricks, all treats, pre-Halloween edition of the BC Music Goodie Bag.
Elvis Presley returns with a new holiday release and he is not alone.
Weird Al comments on the economy in his own, unique way.
Elbow offers up a live EP exclusively for iTunes, mainly consisting of material from their latest record.
The legendary guitar master plays just for you on this wonderfully intimate album.
Simon & Garfunkel: Chapter 1.
One incredible entry from ECM's Touchstones Series.
The Our Lady Peace singer talks music and politics.
Warning. Just like all well written pop you will find yourself singing these songs at highly inappropriate moments.
You have to be pretty far up yourself to not find something to like...
Bestselling author Jim Butcher delivers a story ripped from wizard Harry Dresden's past in this new graphic novel.
La Plante's latest Anna Travis police procedural offers solid police work and a drastic personal change.
A well crafted and executed piece of social satire that reminds us that life isn't and shouldn't become a popularity contest.
Geeks, brides, and lots of other folks should check out this week's listings.
Michael Knight tries to take up 007's mantle, and comes up lacking.
Vanessa takes on Blair and the winner is ... Chuck of course.
Yes, I liked it. No, it is not perfect, but does have much to offer.
This game creates a fun tutorial concentrating on test skills and familiarization more than pressure-filled scenarios.
McCain and Palin are doing far more damage to this country than anything they can possibly accuse Obama of
Why do the ultra-patriotic Republican elite strive to undermine that most precious basic foundation of democracy - the vote?
A viral campaign is targeting voters but its poisonous message can easily be disproved.
Fresh, sporty designs that loudly declare your status as a mom.
Radio Coach Sam Weaver explains Arbitron's updated methods for ratings measurement in 50 cities with the Portable People Meter.
Rosetta Stone Japanese Level 1: A good but expensive program, and not without good, old hard work.