Jimmy Clausen's turf toe has opened the door for Dayne Crist to show what he can do for the Irish.
An historic ERA, considering his surroundings, puts him up there with Joe Mauer.
Conference match-ups dominate the schedule this week.
I spent the weekend lying down, staring up at a bright light. So did plenty of promising careers.
Finally, some conference play.
Eric Clapton: Chapter 10.
A non-essential but very fun hour with two musical legends.
With The Almost's new CD a month away from release, how well will this EP hold fans over?
Dream Theater are back with a strong release featuring one of their best songs to date.
A bland electronic frat-pop record gets a deluxe edition. Yay.
Rap kingpin Jay Z's third Blueprint installment is a solid new entry in the hip hop canon.
One helluva violently hard rock kick to the gut!
Fourth album, and the band keeps improving.
Blogcritics speaks to co-founder John Lee of newly launched jazz label Jazz Legacy Productions.
The Kentucky Headhunters finally release a live album, nineteen years later, and it's a winner.
New Release Tuesday begins on a Sunday...
An odd choice for a professional air guitarist...
Founding father of Latin rock, in life-affirming form.
There isn’t always some profound point or nugget to be gleaned from a song; sometimes, it just speaks to you.
Contemporary soul in a classic vein.
Joris Teepe's compositions are flavourful and unique.
One of the biggest honky-tonk stars, he married into country music royalty.
Saosin's Sophomore Album Needs More Airplay...
Another quiet masterpiece from a master of American roots
Volcano Choir- Unmap, an album dedicated entirely to music.
Valve's takes us South with a whole new cast of survivors and a few new zombie friends
Academy of Champions: Soccer's release is drawing closer, time for more pics!
Does the new Activision Marvel game live up to its predecessors?
Batman has finally returned, and this time he's back in true from.
This sports game compilation challenges your hand-eye coordination as well as your tolerance for repetition.
Plenty of titles to keep your eyeballs busy for a while.
The extra episodes and the fast-paced action make the DVD set a winner.
Castle and Beckett must deal with the Russians while their relationship is already rocky.
One of the most notorious made-for-TV movies of the 1970s is now available on DVD from Warner Brothers' Archive Collection.
A battle between good and evil is brewing.
The classic book series' current TV show comes to DVD... twice!
The return of the original action hero, Billy Jack!
Anat Baron's documentary about the struggle for craft brewers against the mass market beers is worthy of consumption.
Garrett Lerner and Russel Friend discuss "Broken," Hugh Laurie, and season six.
The first film to be funded entirely by a “Chicago Bankroll.”
Strong week for animated food. I feel hungry...
ABC is launching an all-new Wednesday night lineup this fall.
What it takes to successfully self-publish a novel: A conversation with Dorraine Darden, author of 'Jack Rabbit Moon'.
Fitting tributes to the work of Hayao Miyazaki.
A story of passion, inspired by the life of Paul Gaugin.
Ellroy, Atwood, Gabaldon, Ishiguro, Keillor, Paretsky, McCall Smith, Woods; Glenn Beck, Craig Ferguson, Karen Armstrong, Neil Sheehan, MacKenzie Phillips, Steve Hodel...
I must remind myself to be grateful for my blessings every day. Even if it kills me.
Bios and press releases are both necessary parts of a good marketing and press plan.
Mark Doherty, the Irish inter-county playwriting finalist.
Vonage wasn't cost-effective, but I could never buy a Magic Jack, simply because of how annoying their website was. Could I?
In a weak production of a rarely revived musical, Tracy Lore still scores big.
With the 24 hour news cycle, do apologies fall on deaf ears?
It may be a low-budget production, but its very large and boisterous cast makes for effective charging unto breaches.
A tale of twelve cockroaches, three girls, two landlords, and one house.