A new week, a new batch of releases.
USA Network's Burn Notice returns on January 22nd. Series co-star Bruce Campbell offers a preview of the upcoming episodes.
Housewives hits 100 and puts it into reverse.
Do you like to watch movies over and over? Here are a few choice selections.
500 Days of Summer is as real as a movie can get to the actual truth of dating.
The second season of the cult classic TV show is finally available on DVD.
The movie that dares to ponder the age-old question: "Which came first, the wheel or the fake beard?"
The worst of what I intentionally sat through.
The tale of Tank, a professional jerk who falls for a woman he's hired to disgust.
This film reveals the power attainable by people and documentaries.
For people who enjoy science-fiction conspiracy tales as long as little attention is paid to the plot.
Steven Soderbergh's film disappoints no matter which Guevara myth you choose to follow.
An Chess Game AI that is worthy of a quick 10 minute game.
Releasing hard-to-find games on the Virtual Console? Yeah, I can get behind that.
It's not likely that this game will ever get old.
Swede Levov embodies the American success story—until the turbulence of 1960s-era US life tears apart his family.
A lackluster collection of patterns, with some good information on fibers.
Though it’s only small, this book packs a powerful punch.
For paranormal and vamp fans of all kinds, this whole series is a must-read.
A haunting beauty that is thought-provoking and that resonates with emotional honesty.
It's official, the third book has thrown me over the edge - I'm now a certified Dreamhouse Kings addict.
A pair of books that deal with color technique and offer a wealth of stitch patterns.
A comprehensive look into the new models of advertising for business-to-business and business to consumer organizations.
Inaugural Ifill, The Vatican and the U.S., Palm Beach, Thin Black Line, Letters from Black America, Carter's Can-Do "Plan"; Cornwell, Willig, Louise Penny, Richard Morgan...
Over two dozen knitting projects for cats, dogs, turtles, hamster, horse, bunny, even fish.
Some people are coming to see this production because they were at the first one, in 1959, and it changed their lives.
The actor was distraught to learn his WWII film character would not succeed in killing Hitler, but he refuses to give up on his dream.
Deaf West's "Big River" proved you could stage a musical with performers who can't hear music. Next up: "Pippin"!
This new production is the rare off-off-Broadway revival that succeeds more than a new play possibly could.
Be here on Tuesday from 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. and take part in our discussion of the Inauguration as it happens, with live video.
We shouldn't be outraged that the Democrats bit us now that they don't need our votes for a few years.
Tuffy reports from the NFC Championship game ... "What Were They Thinking?" ... and this week's sign of impending economic doom.
Ohio-native Heartless Bastards follow up their acclaimed
Jazz pianist Danny Green's promising debut showcases his love of jazz, classical, and Latin music.
Mariah Carey releases a definitive collection of ballads from her time with the Columbia Label.
Scotland's indie poster kids return after four year hiatus
If you like the music of Bob Wills and The Texas Playboys, you will absolutely love The Tiffany Transcriptions.
Even during the troubled years towards the end of his life Robert Schumann still produced some of his finest work.
This "mash-up" album is detailed in its construction but insanely fun to listen to.
Be a kid again. Order the peanut butter and jelly bar with crunch peanuts, chocolate mousse, and concord jelly.