Adobe After Effects CS4 is a must-have upgrade.
Might as well get used to it.
I know that PhotoTools 2 will remain in my toolbox for a long time to come.
Ryan Adams makes good on all the heartache he's given me over the years.
Ferry Corsten's latest artist album delivers consistent trance tunes, but sacrifices some originality in the process.
It's Super U2esday!
Brasil Brazil's dizzying blend of various world music influences make for an enjoyable listening experience.
As the title suggests, Marissa Nadler's fourth solo album "Little Hells" is anything but fun.
The man in black is now accessible to babies.
A meticulously minimalistic mindscape of an album.
Experience the strange tale of Audrey Macy.
As if channeling an altogether new spirit rather than replicating old magic, Morrison summons his enigmatic classic to the stage.
The Clancy Brothers and Tommy Makem's landmark 1963 Carnegie Hall Concert is restored to its original two-hour length.
If you like humor, vampires, and a sprinkle of Latino flavor, I’d recommend you give this one a try.
This multi-genre novel pushes the boundaries of Christian literature a bit further.
This is a rare book that brings the concept of filmmaking together.
100% of proceeds from this book will be donated to dog rescues around America.
A well thought-out account of the problems of the Hong Kong sex industry.
Nerds love it and nobody else cares.
Despite an impressive coaching résumé and strong recruiting, Mike Sherman is struggling to win games and the fans’ support in College Station.
The Former third wide receiver lands a sweet deal with the Titans.
Will our future see fewer games and a lot more downloading?
This particular story fails to provide enough tense moments
One Tree Hill's fifth season is not as strong as past seasons, but diehard fans of the show will want to pick this one up anyway.
I want to say gloriously bad, but it is just stupid.
Overall, the jury is still out, but last night's verdict is in.
Comedian Bill Maher shares his personal views on modern day religion mixing outlandish style and strong personal views/beliefs.
A preview of this season's Dancing with the Stars, with commentary and predictions for each couple.
A critical essay on the work of French filmmaker Claire Denis.
Fans of the show will no doubt enjoy this new addition, but be prepared for some lulls in the funny.
Jobros are turned away at the door.
Recent policies adopted by the United States government bear an uncomfortable resemblance to the socioeconomic paradigms of medievalism and socialism.
David Cromer's revival of the Thornton Wilder classic may be the best show running in New York right now.
“They’re all the same, aren’t they?” is the laziest of racist remarks, but it cuts to the quick when it's applied to you.
This series of articles will analyze how American culture is transmitted through the process of globalization.
Does a deep spiritual life make for a better business leader?