A new book on the venerable rock band AC/DC examines their popularity despite their lack of critical recognition
Heavy, precise, layered. Lots to like.
See, I don’t know about you, but I’m about tired of getting a trophy for second place ...
Foreigner returns with something old and something new.
The soundtrack to the 1986 film functions as an all-star tribute to the jazz genre.
Jazz and pop singer Tamela D'Amico charms with her collection of standards and modern classics.
A masterclass in sly songcraft from one of Britain's best.
A timely reminder of just how much fun there can be had listening to rock and roll.
Solid outing that shows great potential for the future.
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Basie's spirit continues to inspire the musicians in his namesake band.
A relaxed and unpretentious club date becomes a slice of history
A collaboration that delivers the alt-country goods.
Nulisch explores his soulful side this time out for an instant classic
Kevon Edmonds has charted 11 top ten singles as a solo artist and as a member of After 7.
Geert Wilders wins a victory for free speech in Britain.
UK asked to step down from control of Turks and Caicos Islands and support newly elected government
One wonders if the Republicans will finally fight global warming once Florida's underwater?
President Obama and the Democrats need to master the art of effective partisanship.
BC's resident military gives us a glimpse of the home life of the 1% in the nation who serve.
Do you believe in fairies?
The Laceyville Monkeys, Say the Right Words is a delightful read for you and your child.
The conclusion to The Fourth Realm trilogy raises more questions than it answers.
If you want a quick read this would be a perfect book to go on holiday with or simply read whilst you commute to work.
A heart-wrenching story about mothers and daughters, marriage, family, love, and forgiveness.
New Blue Bloods novel has bite.
Pun-filled visual art created from everyday objects.
Or "How Ron Howard Ruined a Classic..."
On The Road With Charles Kuralt served up classic slices of Americana, and is available on DVD for the first time.
Zombies, gore, and laughs; what more do you need?
You can't have peanut butter with out jelly,and you can't have the season of fall without horror films.
It has its moments, but it is not all that great.
Castle and Beckett take up a most clever crime. A conspiracy could be afoot.
For what it's supposed to be, Up is just about as good this sort of thing gets.
Quite possibly Moore's masterpiece.
Their scheme was simple enough. What they didn't plan on was falling in love.
Hayley McFarland also was a regular on the first season of United States of Tara.
Dušan Makavejev's early feature films pave the way for his groundbreaking WR: Mysteries of the Organism: sexy, provocative, and hilarious.
You Weren't There gives music fans a wonderful caffeine-jolt of a ride through the urban punk experience.
It exceeded Bartlett's standard, which is a plus.
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This week I look back at the BoSox’s last games of 2009 and assess the long season gone by.
I got acquainted with Seattle's hip roller derby scene, thanks to my 4-year-old daughter's fandom.
When the refs are bad, the fights are great.
Cocktails before and after the theater.
Bloggers Against Hunger couldn't come at a more critical time. The ranks of the hungry are rising fast...
"Glee" is creating buzz, but for some, pop choirs have always been cool.
Teens should be treated more like adults, and given opportunities to interact with adults.
Sweaty palms aren't the only thing to worry about on a first date.