Why the Chicago Bears might be a two-step away from missing the playoffs already.
The Browns welcome back Favre and secure their first last-place finish.
Virginia lost to TCU, 30-14. But our quarterback Jameel Sewell gave me hope.
Dowsing in America throughout the 21st Century is on the brink of collapse.
The Motor City Madman comes home again to celebrate his 6,000th concert in style.
The Incident is the great new album, by one of the best kept secrets in music
Expand your horizons, would you ever?
While awaiting a true religious experience, faithful followers of the late Irish blues/rock guitarist might worship this double disc.
Is it music or is it art?
Music is a funny thing. You just never know what’s going to take with an audience.
Willie Nelson keeps the past alive.
Eric Clapton: Chapter 5.
Iggy Pop's ambitious Preliminaires combines influences as diverse as French jazz, New Orleans swing and passages from a controversial novel.
Redheaded he may be, but Willie Nelson is no stranger to the standards genre.
How I am just learning about the brilliance of Rory Gallagher?
Michael Jae White is back and breaking a few bones in his latest film...
This extended version may be too long and boring for younger viewers. I even got bored at times.
Jorge Grau’s take on Countess Elizabeth Bathory makes for memorable viewing.
It failed more through execution than because of the storyline.
Crikey — it’s another “Save The Planet Or We’re All Doomed” movie, folks!
A great job sharing the world of music through the rhythm and music of writing.
The seldom-seen classic slapstick comic strip gets a well-packaged collection as a part of NBM's "Forever Nuts" series.
Recommended if you like a little humor with your religion.
Dan Brown's long-awaited The Lost Symbol, third Joyce Carol Oates book of 2009, Lackey, Mitchard; Edward Kennedy, Michael Jackson, Krakauer, Luntz, 'Hawk and the Dove'...
Musings on the nature of the human condition, and a review of Paul Sizer's brilliant graphic novel, Beats Per Minute.
A "Choose Your Own Adventure" play, on a boat, under the Manhattan skyline – does it get much better?
Labor Day, the West Indian Day Parade, speeches by the president, bells tolling again for 9/11: what a week!
The Hillary Clinton rumor mill has been working overtime this summer, with increasingly unlikely scenarios for the Secretary of State's future.
Wikileaks publishes a court protected document on its site.
There is little today for labor to celebrate while there are plenty of reasons for employers to rejoice.
Something's gone terribly wrong in the world of fairytales, and it's up to you to solve it ... with lots and lots of violence.