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The current outbreak of a new strain of influenza is important but blown out of proportion.
Comic book heroes arise!
Easily digestible, but charming enough thanks to Dustin Hoffman and Emma Thompson.
When you're racing for a million dollars you can wait to take a pee.
NBC has revealed some new pickups and new series, but questions remain about old favorites.
A writer joins in a conference call with Lisa Edelstein and contemplates her own relationship with House.
Just the thing if you have seven hours to kill.
An overall good episode, overshadowed by one jaw-dropping ending and preview for next week. Sam's in deep trouble!
A new week and only a few worthy releases to check out.
A nice introduction to the classic Looney Tunes world of cartoon comedy.
The Lightman Group finds that boundaries between team members can be a good thing.
Break out the brewskies, pop up some corn, and bask in Jack Lord’s glory.
Wolverine's origin is not the spectacle it should have been.
Everybody praise the Lord… Jack Lord, that is.
A lively, nicely crafted tale of wilderness Stone Age life.
In The Lost City of Z, Donald Grann takes his reader into the Lost World in search of Percy Fawcett.
Going far beyond 'get new lingerie', this intimate advice changes lives and results in spiritual growth.
A book full of degradation, self-loathing and explicit sexual description. A new Brett Easton Ellis.
This biographer is obviously more interested in the blue tattoo on Olive Oatman's face than her ‘real’ life.
For Mother's Day: A salute to the woman who invented the dishwasher, and her many inventive sisters.
Palahniuk, Pears, Parker, Tolkien, Charlaine Harris; Paul Newman, Gabriel Garcia Marquez, A-Rod, Caligula, 'Horse Soldiers', First Lady Fashion, Jen Lancaster in Plaid...
The city of the gods has collapsed. They are no longer immortal, but they cannot die.
The true story of a boy raised in bondage and the father who set him free.
Don’t hide this one from the kids.
Pyromania and Adrenalize join Def Lep's Hysteria as deluxe editions
I'm sorting the chaff from the great in the stack of new music arriving on your doorstep.
He gave us gifts of the mind and he gave us secret signs: now should you believe all the hype?
This triumphant homecoming gig for ‘Ol Blue Eyes is a must-own CD for any Sinatra fan.
Invigorating and exciting music that is brilliantly and lovingly played
Sixties garage rock at its best.
Brody Dalle discusses her new band, Spinnerette, and the joys of being a Mum.
Through music, perhaps our world will one day find peace.
I wouldn’t sing the same high praise their debut warranted, but they still deliver an enjoyable 44 minutes of music.
A regressive masterpiece.
The music is much more compelling that anything Doherty delivers on the album.
Seattle gets a point from the tie but they deserved to lose to Chicago.
The Cavaliers' megastar collects his first league MVP trophy in landslide voting.
Childress's clock is ticking fast if the Vikings don't find a better quarterback solution.
Also: how not to access a fly ball, how not to squeeze tennis balls, and some strange trophies.
This week brings us penguins and ... applications?
Check out what's in store for casual game fans and puzzle lovers in this week's Game du Jour deals.
Rush Limbaugh Reveals His Addiction to Liberal Causes on the Jerry Springer Show.
It may look like justice now, but wait until it's your thoughts which are targeted as unpopular.
Didn't think that Winston Churchill and Barack Obama had anything in common? Well, you'd be wrong there.
Is email still a viable marketing tool for smaller companies?
When is it time to leave?
TasteTV talks with Valerie Chocolates about their new line of skull shaped chocolate confections.