Legendary jazz singer Jimmy Scott and a professor of Arabic spiced up Pink Martini's New Year's Eve concert.
Weighty, meaningful, and utterly absorbing. Pendragon take it even higher.
A solid documentary that shows the struggles of three bands trying to make it in the cutthroat music industry.
Audacious and endlessly beautiful.
If your family isn't aligned with Raffi's driving philosophies, you may want to skip this release.
Five Discs and 120 tracks present the good and not so good of the 70's Elvis.
The White-Hot Star Quality of Country Music's Sugarland!
Rye Randa speaks about score for Shaun White's Don't Look Down featuring Jeff Foxworth and American Idol finalist Michael Johns.
Music affects each of us in a different way.
Enya haunts the holidays with more beautiful music...
A solid collection of Nicks's most popular solo songs and videos.
More vinyl for your listening pleasure.
A list of my top 10 worst movies of 2008.
There's something for everyone to laugh at in this zany new comedy from director David Zucker.
I only watched two hours of TV last night, but I was still intrigued.
Director Sam Mendes reunites the star-crossed lovers of Titanic and places them in the dirge of 1950s materialistic suburbia.
An intriguing insight into what women of the time had to do to attain high stature, yet which afforded them no power.
Maybe, someday, a copy of Marley and Me on DVD will be standard issue when taking a new pet home.
A good film that could have been great had its director reined in his own worst tendencies.
A vibrant, swiftly paced, full of life tale that's an utter joy to watch.
His tragedy is watching those he loves age normally, without him.
This week, just like the last one.
A remarkable achievement and a wonderful film.
How does a classic romance stand up to the scrutiny of Blu-ray technology?
I remember when James Bond movies were fun.
Part two of this essential guide to House, MD.
My completely subjective take on the Top Ten Winchester Brother Moments.
The Coen Brothers comedy about espionage and physical fitness can’t pump enough humor to compensate for tiny DVD extras.
He's not your typical television police officer and this is definitely not your typical television cop show.
Misconceptions about vitamin and nutritional supplements. Fact vs. fiction.
Twitter has been the target of a phishing attack and Barack Obama's Twitter account was hacked over the weekend.
A flash drive that may not have reliable storage but can be lit on fire.
If you need to dramatically increase image size while maintaining quality, then you need Genuine Fractals 6.
It may seem anachronistic, but a simple boxwood stove still has a place in many homes.
Zabrecky presents a bizarre and funny magic show for the holidays.
In order for us to be prosperous in these times, we will need their strength and conviction.
The Government of Angola is now budgeting for a countrywide school feeding program.
An imagined history of a real book comes to life in this beautifully written historical novel.
Shin Takahashi makes Statistics cute and hip with this graphic tutorial.
Featuring Machiavelli, Clarence Darrow, screechy monkeys, D.W. Griffith, a "very special" Golden Girls, Emperor Akbar's court, "man you shoulda seen them kickin' Edgar Allan Poe..."
In Asylum Patrick McGrath examines obsession. He questions whether any of us ever acts outside of simple self interest.
Lindstrom presents an interesting theory, one that definitely deserves some study, but I didn't quite buy it with this book.
More Tools for the Software Developer.
Smoking became a significant political issue beginning with a shocking event in 1964 -- First Surgeon General's Report: Smoking and Health.
Economic Recovery Will Come Faster From Us Than From the Government
It is time for the world to stop supporting Israel and to put them in their place, they have been allowed to get away with literally murder for far too long.