"I don't see myself as a singer-songwriter, or even a singer," Polly Scattergood clarifies.
Heavy but familiar, Papa Roach is on the verge of change.
Leaves you wanting more of their good, solid r ‘n’ r which seems to be missing from the street scene in general.
Introducing George Harrison, solo artist...
Since 2004, Ciara has amassed 11 top ten singles on Billboard's R&B charts.
A nice introduction, but an extra disc would have been more than appropriate.
Satellite achieve the perfect connection between modern and classic progressive rock.
You'll never guess what the song was about.
In an exclusive interview, Michael Johns talks about his debut album, upcoming tour, and his split with TRP Label/Management.
South Korea's Wonder Girls are trying to make it big in the United States. Can they succeed?
Southern roots rock, gothic symphonic metal, and a hard rock supergroup is just the start of this week's column.
Is universal healthcare a right? And if not, how else can we think about it, let alone justify it?
Or, why I learned to stop hating and love the blowback.
One pitcher is out, another is coming in, and in the meantime all the Sox can do lately is win.
Lakers parade around town ... Artie Lange parades around Joe Buck ... Sammy Sosa parades around steroid allegations ... and What Were They Thinking?
So what would the sequel have been called? Dinosauruses?
A hauntingly beautiful movie gets a beautiful Blu-ray package.
A rather light week. Time to catch up?
A disgusting piece of work.
Don't even try to break this one.
Hang out with burned spy Michael Westen for another great season of Burn Notice!
Bill Lawrence wants to change Scrubs. Why changes in TV make our heads want to explode.
Are Care Bears cute and cuddly or compulsive liars?
Leo and Kate got stiffed at the awards show.
Not half as bad as you might think. Quite enjoyable, in fact.
“I have an interesting view of the world. I see it like a movie and I provide the running commentary.”
Summer vacation! Time to get an elephant driver’s license, walk through a cloud forest in Honduras, or protect Georgia’s sea turtles.
"I have tremendous respect for writers - both aspiring and published. The publishing business is not for sissies."
This lively traditional production of Shakespeare's great comedy is a delight.
Wash. Rinse. Repeat.
This week's Game du Jour selections will take you on a farm, the beach, and a carnival.
It's a week of WiiWare, WiiWare, WiiWare!!!
In 1855 wine was taken so passionately that we who are alive today still reap the benefits.