Earphones are recommended for those who want to make the full commitment and immerse themselves within it.
So, how ya' like us now?
Sounds of the Universe is a strong return to (new) form for Depeche Mode, and ably displays their current strengths.
Only one will a box set, but all can check out the audio and video sneak peak.
Rule #1: Don't pass out before you get into the show.
'90s rockers Creed return to the stage for the first time in seven years...
His signature song became a legendary country music anthem.
Bob Seger: Chapter 11.
Thirty some years later, the Church hit a home run with what may be their best album ever.
Dean bleeds emotionally, Sam bleeds everywhere and their long lost brother... let's just say the show didn't jump the shark.
Nannies, personal assistants, and drivers...
Viewers get an earful of Mike
Last night's "Celebrity Apprentice" found me in true reality contestant mode.
A new web series shot entirely on a green screen and with more composite shots than Star Wars hits the net.
The Reader delivers a compelling and complicated historical drama, supported by superb acting and a troubling story.
A great trailer for the BBC series.
Will definitely make you think twice about using an airport shuttle.
Wonderful performances make this a film worthy of time.
Jayne Anne Phillips impresses in this novel, both tragic and life-affirming, about a teenage girl and her disabled brother.
"My Swedish/German heritage gave me a lifelong interest in the Vikings."
A great book to learn the basics of web design.
"When I decided to develop homicide detective Sam Harper into the protagonist, the book took off."
A story about an athlete, a son, brother, and father–about a man (testosterone and all) and a message.
Eenie meenie miney my, let's go try to catch a spy.
For those who lived through the time, you will find the covers of long lost memories.
In this debut novel, an unknowing search for meaning takes a Chicago-area stoner to Lithuiania, where sex, drugs, and love ensue.
“It’s time to stop letting your history control your destiny.” – Jones in The Noticer
A scintillating selection of Blogcritics writers unwind the complex thread that Barack Hussein Obama has already woven into our national cultural fabric.
A good cast makes this LA premiere an enjoyable evening.
I'll be the first to admit that I just didn't get Twitter.
This week, consider attending a religious gathering of another faith.
This series of articles analyzes how American culture is transmitted through the process of globalization.
A perspicuous historical overview of the unsurpassed genius who pioneered American capitalism and entrepreneurship.
Maybe I got started off on the wrong foot, but this latest exercise craze does little for my self-esteem.
Where is the outrage over what Hilton said to Miss California? Aren't we better than this?
Partisan gamesmanship can easily backfire. That is likely to happen in the highly emotional "torture" debates.
Waiting in a doctor's office and reflecting can hurt just as much as why you go there.
The Bile of the Chattering Class
Why exactly does society love violent, criminal protesters more than the police who try to rein them in?
Shall we use the office of Special Prosecutor to look into past administrations? I'd say it's high time.
Imagine a new unfettered society in which the tradition of marriage is returned to its proper home.
This past weekend clearly illustrated that the balance of power has shifted in the AL East.
Technical difficulties cancel the show, while Suss and Tuffy hold each other and search for purpose on a Sunday.
Do you like card games, paper planes, little devils or feudal Japanese warfare? Well, today's your lucky day!
Become a smuggler, play some poker, or run a farm in this week's selection of discounted casual games from Game du Jour.
See, because 140 is also the number of ... ah, forget it.