Largely derivative of Avalon's last collection of hits, this new collection is still a good overview for new fans.
Anna Ternheim's third album "Leaving On A Mayday" stuns with its passion.
Or how Ben Reynolds earnt those comparisons.
What comes next...
Chicago's Oh My God slows down a mite to consider some hard-learned facts of life.
Buy 1 Get 1 Free from The Black Crowes...
Mama Cass Elliot's long lost albums are finally reissued.
My Guilty Pleasure avoids the sophomore slump and puts Sally Shapiro on the path to synth-pop stardom.
Embattled Connecticut Democrat known more for bailouts than health care reform
An opinion regarding the end of life counseling in H.R. 3200 - the House health care bill.
I, and millions of others like me, can no longer prime the private profit pump.
Why do people who recognize the flaws in our economic system believe that our medical system exists for their benefit?
Do you need data insurance?
A young surgeon offers a glimpse inside the world of surgery and we discover the humanity behind the masks.
S.F. Lynch creates characters that run true to form in this coming-of-age RnR novel.
Do you want to know more about your iPhone?
Nick Harkaway combines satire, wit, ninjas, war veterans and mime troupes in a first-rate debut novel.
The Feel-Good Week of September: Tom Ridge: 'America under Siege'; Stephen Elliott's 'Memoir of Moods, Masochism, and Murder'. Good times, good times...
Young readers can join Makir as he lives through the division of languages at the tower of Babel.
If you are looking for good horror, look anywhere but this in collection.
$27.50 for a night between a father and son is difficult to beat.
The first of two columns this week covers the success, news and concerns of the Sox. What’ll be in part two? Read on.
It's a slow month for big MMA fights but a great one for prospects.
After nearly 20 years in the league, Minnesota Vikings QB Brett Favre is showing his "true" colors.
A weekly snapshot of the SEC games each week.
A big win won't come easy, but will pay dividends for the future of the program.
A film easily enjoyed on an evening with family around to share it.
A terrific, entertaining, lovingly detailed, and a bit disappointingly underwritten movie.
So exactly how does a show that jumped the shark in its first season make it this far?
The box office has set a summer record!
If you think it's a serious show, it's depressing. If you think it's a joke, it could be hysterical.
Enjoy the fifth season of House, M.D. on DVD as you prepare for the season six premiere.
From cheerleader to stone cold killer. Who's the monster now?
A few great collections are out this week.
For those who enjoy the series' humor, Season Six is another winner.
At least it's not the sequel. Who thought that was a good idea?
My first MBT purchase was almost four years ago and I have no regrets whatsoever.
A cautionary tale of five men stuck in the memory of their glory days.
The CEO of Bringit hopes players will challenge one another on his site for cash and prestige.