Listening to Chicago house music is a lesson in modern dance music and hip hop.
Soundtrack to Post Grad provides a great variety of styles and artists!
Welcome to Shawn Colvin, unplugged...
The Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame turns 25 with an all-star bash at the Garden.
Black Eyed Peas are again atop the singles chart while Daughtry's latest debuts at #1 for albums...
Gary Moore is alive and well in Montreux.
Matthew Sweet and Susanna Hoffs Pay Homage to their favorite songs of the 1970s
This Collectors' Choice twofer brings Mathis back to Columbia Records in style.
Simon McBrides delivers a blast of class.
Canada's Our Lady Peace barely musters a spark with their latest.
An album of love songs fueled by lust and rage.
An intriguing look at Christian theology through the lens of blues music.
For both the newcomer and those working with SQL Server without a formal foundation of database theory.
Titan Books continues its deluxe reprints of a classic British boys' sci-fi adventure strip.
Can Mitre be the guy? Or should the Yankees go out and get Roy Halladay?
Some are serious, some are more tongue-in-cheek, but they are the official BC Sports SEC Preseason predictions.
Joe Finley enters this week's lineup of "What Were They Thinking?"
Looks like the real deal at first, but turns out to be a knock-off in the end.
A retro movie that does a fine job of recreating the feel of the era.
We have Dr. House, Britain has Doc Martin. It’s a fair cop.
Hugh Laurie and House, M.D. have both been nominated for Emmys. Which episodes should Laurie (and the series producers) submit?
Watch as Hal Jordan gets his ring and becomes a Green Lantern!
Clever, cute and creepy, "Coraline" is one of the year's best so far.
Enjoyment for Wild Pacific may depend partly on your interest in ecology and conservation as much as the natural world.
Great movie in a great extras filled package.
Fun and educational, fairytales are brought to life.
If last night was any indication of what this season has in store, it may be a long summer.
A charming, entertaining, but abbreviated look at the early career of Danny Kaye and his lyricist wife, Sylvia Fine.
In the past I've found this show too serious and too religious, but this intimate LA production is a gangbuster.
Trans-Atlantic slave-trade by European traders has been roundly condemned for long. When will Islamic slavery--much more devastating, longer-lasting and still continuing--be condemned?