The Kubota Pro Pak will pay for itself in time savings and customer satisfaction over and over again.
As House, MD approaches its 100th episode, here's part one of a new guide to the 20 most important episodes of the series.
A look at the ten best shows to air in 2008.
Actress Michelle Harrison explains the Shakespearean scope of the night time soap.
Milk disappoints in storytelling but delights in the acting.
Elvis Costello's Spectacle is quality TV for music wonks and everyone else.
Adam Becvar (aka Luigi Bastardo) checks out seven different TV shows on DVD ranging from campy to classic.
A bunch of DVDs that grabbed my attention in 2008.
A fun and freaky treat for fans of campy sci-fi.
Why serial television is suffering and how it can be fixed. Please save me from reality TV!
Best left to be watched in syndication.
Thankfully, I made it out alive, though I’ll probably never be the same again.
A recent controversy in the blogosphere brings Walter M. Miller, Jr.'s 1959 novel 'A Canticle for Leibowitz' back into the limelight.
Golding's iconic book describes the descent into savagery of a group of stranded British boys. Thus it questions whether civilised life is a mere sheen.
Contains the sections one might expect to find: Interrogation, Surveillance, Combat.
A novel about Bangladeshi life in London. It aims high, but falls well short of its artistic goals.
With a novella, Nobel laureate Naguib Mahfouz takes readers inside Egyptian culture and politics in the 1960s and early 1970s.
Embellished knits for every level of knitter.
Two college professors dissect the music of the 1960s British Invasion, with varying results.
An indispensable collection of sexy, wearable knits.
Works of mystery and imagination that not only do justice to the author they celebrate, but are fine stories in their own right.
An odd little book, mostly an architectural history, but with some great snippets of social anecdote about one of the great train stations of Europe.
The month-by-month retelling of 2008, coupled with Charlie Doherty's 2008 "What Were They Thinking" Grand Prize.
Is it possible to be both boring and fascinating? I think so.
A back to basics performance that fails to connect and falls rather flat.
Novalima sets the standard for all other bands wishing to bring modern technology into play when adapting traditional music.
Travel up and beyond the lowlands with Colour Kane.
Smooth jazz pianist Marcus Johnson's FLO project provides pleasant music for setting a quiet mood.
Heavy metal gods, still heading for the stars, playing rock and roll guitars.
Critic/DJ Jayson Harsin/DJay Indie Eclectique gives you his Top 10 indie albums of 2008.'
The Wu start off the New Year with a great show.
Even though one member of the group was British, they weren't quite what they seemed.
Dennis Wilson's Pacific Ocean Blue returns and it is not alone.
Listening to Larsen & Furious Jane's third LP Zen Sucker is like trying to have a picnic on a partly sunny day.
The U.S. endangers its own well-being by supporting Israel.
Political beliefs and opinions are a dime a dozen. But how sound are they? And wherein lies their basis?
This wine is a perfect pairing - and more.
A cathartic dumping of frustration results in numerous comments and the realization of just how polarizing this issue can be.