Fresh from a recent Grammy win (his sixth!), Burton presents jazz fans with his newest quartet.
A staggeringly superb live concert presentation.
An opportunity to appreciate just what a wonderful thing faith can be, and the joy and pleasure it can bring.
Is Idol Kris Allen's lack of arrogance signaling the end of the "me" generation?
Berry Gordy established Motown Records in 1960 and the record label is one of the quintessential labels of all time.
Miley Cyrus: a modern-day Merlin, a musical magician. Listen to this song before you make a judgment.
Like that never was, the all too brief story of Trader Horne.
Folk music is alive and well with Solomon's Seal.
Procol Harum and a symphony orchestra. Like that surprises you?
Federer wins the French ... McLouth traded to Atlanta ... Wings and Lakers win big ... and "What Were They Thinking?"
No one could have prevented Kutner's suicide, but should his colleagues have seen House's crash coming?
Music tops this week's list of releases.
Yes, this HD upgrade is worth your time and money.
Holy bad movie, Batman!
Season two of Sergeant Preston Of The Yukon is a Technicolor marvel.
Funniest comedy of the summer, so far.
A well-acted, well-written trip with some fabulous chemistry.
Sam Raimi returns to filmmaking with a worth-your-dollars horror flick.
Author's immersion in and travels across Pakistan provide a broad and valuable look at the country's life and politics.
Ruth Reichl opens her mother’s diaries for the first time, on what would have been her mother’s 100th birthday.
For a Movie In Your Mind check out Elantris – Part II.
The intriguing history of under-the-radar, outside-the-box independent filmmaking.
Sometimes, all a person needs is a little perspective - or a handy motto.
The Song is You is a love story for the iPod generation, constructed like a well-paced playlist
Ballet Hispanico impresses with a little Carmen, a little mambo, a little Reinking via Fosse, and a few too many Havana cigars.
In Shakespeare’s time ‘nothing’ was pronounced ‘noting’ and ‘to note’ was ‘to overhear’.
Despite contrasting age and prestige, these two plays are alike...except for the vast difference in quality.
It is foolish of us to give Oprah so much power, and allow her to control our lives and buying decisions.
Anyone can get a caller ID spoofed. Because of this, there have been a lot of people victimized. Is it time for a law?
There's a fine line of soil between prosperity and destruction.
Hr676 a single-payer plan for health care would benefit all of America. What's holding it up?
The lunacy of huge federal spending must end.
Early results suggest that Europe is moving in a much more conservative direction.
Venezuela may be trying to show the way to the United States.