Of all the dystopian novels of the post-WWII years, Ray Bradbury's Fahrenheit 451 may be the most relevant to our current situation.
The next generation of scratch and sniff hits the ground running in a lighthearted new series for children.
A feel good record in a not-so feel good year.
Pound for pound I defy anyone to find a better $10 show
Just think of it as a collection of B-Sides from Dark Side Of The Moon.
'Son of Steve' Earle returns with a thoughtful, atmospheric collection mining a broad swath of Americana.
Another amazing CD in Barry Manilow's songs of the decade series.
A vigorous and highly pleasing record.
A young veteran steps out of his comfort zone to deliver a winner!
Harrington's characters may not find their holy grail of contentment, but the songs he writes about them are totally satisfying.
A dazzlingly original piece of work is reissued.
M83 crafts inspired tracks that balance the awe of fantasy and the certainty of life's ultimate monotony in its third album "Before The Dawn Heals Us."
Real people, real places, and real music.
Stoner rockers Clutch has a jam band alter ego called The Bakerton Group. I am convinced these guys will never slow down.
It is advisable that the person watching this should at least be legally drunk.
Two life-long friends must face the heart-wrenching decision to reveal a secret which could test the very fiber of their relationship.
Rather slim pickings this weekend.
Critics have been quick to label this as Joss Whedon's first failure. Not so fast.
Life is a state of mind.
Relive a great movie from the early '70s on Blu-ray.
This finale is still something to behold.
One man's look back at the best movies of 2008.
This film affords a degree of brightness to a nation that longs to be a great hope for the world.
A cult classic that can't quite justify its huge following.
On aisle five is soups, crackers, ethnic foods - and horrible alien death!
This new take on an enduring monster is mostly successful and fully worth seeking out.
School meals may be the only nutritious meal offered to school children in Honduras.
RED! takes readers boldly into the heart of prison, jail, re-entry, recovery, and transformation.
One doesn't win against acute leukemia, a disease variant which kills very quickly.
Brent Spiner tilts at windmills, with Julia Mignes as Aldonza, in this wonderful revival of the classic musical.
Yep, we talk to the inventor of the inflatable beer pong table.
God might want you to be terrified sometimes.
This series of articles will analyze how American culture is transmitted through the process of globalization.
This land is our land, and it is filled with campaign signs. Should they be allowed?
Mohamed Farag Bashmilah says he was 'disappeared' in the name of national security.
Between Obama's stimulus plan, the housing plan, to Eric Holder utterances, the Obnoxious American is wondering what's happening to this country.
These teams made the playoffs, but still lack pieces to get to the next level.
Leach is the most interesting thing in Lubbock since that Buddy Holly guy and Texas Tech should do hang on to him.
An auction of his Super Bowl-worn gloves raised money for the Sickle Cell Disease Assn. of America.
A little bit old-school, a little bit new-school, but totally awesome.
The next installment in a series of interviews with modern Pinball Heroes.
Ranking blogs is so "old media."
TechCrunch's founder rethinks business in a desperate world.