Properly, pitcher Perez was pushed to Progressive park's Pawnee posse.
Well, at least when he's acting as the closer.
Why the Red Sox closer may be on his last legs.
Santonio is known for catching the winning ball at Super Bowl XLIII.
One of the best family films that I have seen in a long time.
What did I tell you?
The making of a religion.
The cult favorite comes to DVD for the first time.
Loud, stupid, but still a little fun.
My overall thoughts on the Edinburgh International Film Festival 2009.
Spike Lee's masterwork is still plenty relevant today.
Not a big week for releases, but there are still a couple to check out.
scienceNOW is back, and it's just as good as ever.
Fans will be hard pressed to find a better way to enjoy this classic cartoon.
Prostitution in Rhode Island.
Furious frights, turbulent history, relationship challenges, international themes and a young wizard’s latest big screen installment.
Half-cocked and full of blanks.
The politicians are repeating the same mistakes of the Great Depression.
How does it feel to be a Jew who voted for Obama?
Catch up on some vintage Nazareth with Hair Of The Dog - Live In London.
Soul of My Soul finds an artist displaying a portion of hers.
Another blazing peformance by the young blues virtuoso and his stellar band.
From pop prog to Germanic heavy metal with a touch of blues, it must be this week's review selection from Marty.
When you have an instrument as great as the voice of Janis Joplin, why would you emphasize anything else?
The Low Anthem's Oh My God, Charlie Darwin is a lovely album that yearns to be played while on the porch as the sun sets.
The history of Northwest Rock, from "Louie Louie" to "Smells Like Teen Spirit"
Mike Grell takes readers back to the prehistoric inner world of Skartaris.
A journey into African worlds we don't often have a chance to explore.
Two women vigilantes prowl the dangerous streets of Gotham City.
Get clean in a serious way with DeJong's simple, straightforward book.
This sprawling book is a rich, fast-paced thriller, but its over-the-top plot leaves much to be desired.
Celebrate Fourth of July a little early by grabbing some discounted casual games at Game du Jour.
Get ready for summer with some cool new downloadable titles!
LEGO builds up the difficulty in a satisfying kid-friendly RTS experience.
I refuse to shed tears for the King of Pop.
My memories of Michael Jackson celebrate, above all, his rich and enormous talent, not the accusations he was fully acquitted of.
Jonathan Larson contemplates life before Rent.