The Who: Chapter 16.
BC Writer Brandon Daviet makes his picks for the best albums of 2008.
Our music editors name their personal favorites of 2008.
All the way from Nashville, North London.
Reggae singer Jah Cure is back! "True Reflections" is one of those "must have" albums for several reasons.
A career spanning box set by one of the legends of rock 'n' roll.
The album is beautifully lo-fi, radiating a warm glow of late night atmosphere amid some softly seductive vintage performances.
A masterful, wide-ranging live performance of a trio headed by one of Europe's top stand-up bass players.
With this information, you can be the envy of other party-goers...or maybe not.
Rock, pop, jazz, country, and things that can't be stuffed in a category.
All work and no play makes Jordan a vital member of society.
Even Michael Moore's detractors will find this insipid comedy insulting.
If practice makes perfect then Howard’s ability to keep Frost/Nixon on nimble toes is evidence of that perfection.
Gettin' clunky with the Clones on Cartoon Network.
I enjoyed what I saw, but it was no different from learning about the lives of any three strangers.
Adam Sandler’s new film Bedtime Stories offers little for either children or adults.
Fun, if forgettable rom-com.
A beautiful looking and well-acted bit of a mess.
The author steps joins Roman re-enactors and Viking retromaniacs, and discovers they're not just playing for time.
An absolutely, positively, must-own.
A simple test: which books would I be most inclined to re-read?
Reveals the life and times of the legendary Beat poet and his contemporaries with highlights from over 50 years of correspondence.
Pen McClure and the ghost of PI Jack Shepard confront a twisted mystery spanning 60 years and offering certain death.
Wanting to include the best book he read in 2008, Blogcritic Tim Gebhart's 2008 "best of" list goes a bit beyond 2008.
This is simply the best and most comprehensive book on Ted Williams' heroic wartime experiences. Period.
This unauthorized biography may satisfy inquiring minds until Parton finishes her impending autobiography.
When too much skin is too much information.