Penn & Teller tackle ten more topics and dig through the b.s.
A fun way to combine letter recognition and with simple printing instruction and physical activity; perfect for hands-on learners.
an unintentionally funny and overly serious look at the drug once dubbed in the 1930s as public enemy number one.
New movies are here again; blockbuster week seven.
More making-fun-of-movies goodness from the guys who brought you MST3K.
No Country for Old Men receives the royal 3-Disc treatment.
This romantic drama's biggest shocker: nudity, indie rock and a NYC setting can’t cover up it's weak plot.
No way out?
Hathaway can't save this meaningless stinker.
Evocative and fragile, Kropf sounds like she’s tapping into subconscious terrain, unearthing impressions that aren’t yet crystallized.
Two albums, ten tracks, and not a bad one among them. Saxophone Colossus, indeed.
Rancid returns with an album of depth, honesty, and joy.
You’ve Reached Nirvana.
The start of a 3-game battle for Ohio began, as the Indians and the Reds AAA teams battled it out.
Fox News Senior Judicial Analyst Andrew Napolitano looks at the history of race and exposes both the good and the bad in this thought-provoking book.
A lovely and powerful reflection on grandparenting.
A memoir of a shared experience and a seemingly balanced assessment of Thompson.
Hip, perky teenage vampires are comfortably familiar in this literary agent’s first YA novel.
An easy, entertaining biography of the English language's greatest writer.
My Chemical Romance rocker Gerard Way branches out to comics with a fantastic first miniseries.
The author tells gutsy, personal, authentic things about herself that other people typically hide.
How to sell in this inconvenient economy.
Two knitting books inspired by faraway lands...
It is like scrabble, text twist, and a crossword puzzle all rolled into one
All men and women are attracted to their same sex; it is merely a matter of degree.
Can changing your mind really change what happens to you?
The Government warns us to wash our hands when we sneeze but not about a much more dangerous hazard.
Colin Powell is in an interesting individual: a paradox. And now, he is reemerging on America's political stage.
Airplane windows replaced with duct tape and a sheet of plastic.