Sorting through Michael Jackson's music catalog reveals some famous and lesser-known classics that comprise his legacy.
Michael Jackson was fantastic and we'll miss him, but it's time for a little perspective.
I'm not ready to say good bye yet so thanks will have to due for now.
Jarvis Cocker serves up some further complications.
Sly And The Family Stone's amazing Woodstock set is simply in a class all its own.
A beautifully gliding concoction of jazz and world music from guitarist Paul Meyers.
Three films that tell of isolation and loneliness in the big city, and do so wonderfully.
An incomplete and slightly misleading history as it leaves out references to key figures and events.
If you already own Spaceballs on DVD, you might skip this, unless you're antsy to pad out your Blu-ray collection.
A lame, unfunny, un-entertaining waste of time.
The search continues for the next big thing in country music duets. How does your favorite one rate?
My bet's on the groom, Henry.
The 2008 Christmas special aired last night... just how special was it?
A bizarre week of celebrity deaths was capped off by the demise of the rising infomercial pitchman, who was just getting started.
I revisit an artist I worked with years ago and find how much his style has developed and matured.
He has more hits than Rose did at age 35. But can he match the longevity?
The news of Billy Mays' death broke mid-show. We didn't handle it well.
Ron Miller explains his views as a Christian and politician, and that the two can work in unison.
How bad is it when Gotham City turns to Catwoman, Poison Ivy, and Harley Quinn for help?
Sense of place moves from setting to allegory in Swedish author Kerstin Ekman's most recently translated novel.
The first novel from Fox News legal analyst is a real page-turner and a true thriller.
The author lost me in a few spots, but this is a valuable resource for ambitious beginning amateurs.
The end of the Roman empire, as the people really lived it.
An innocent young girl tracks down a serial killer in a bordello in this engaging French graphic novel.
Whatever business you’re in, you’re in the business of acquiring wisdom.
Revolution, intrigue, and imperial splendor collide in this historical novel set in the days of the Second Mexican Empire.
Mmmm... bittersweet chocolaty insights from Christian humorist Debora Coty.
"I've always been very interested in writing about how large social movements, especially economic and political movements, affect people largely ignored by history."
More than 100 million Americans have been touched by Alzheimer's, and one-third of Americans fear they will one day acquire it themselves.