Barney Stinson (and Matt Kuhn) are back with all new Bro wisdom.
Return to a simpler, more independent childhood with the re-issue of Robert Paul Smith's, How to Do Nothing with Nobody All Alone by Yourself.
Novelist Martin Keane's wife has mysteriously vanished and he's Suspect Number One in this entertaining graphic novel.
A book that is as thoroughly entertaining as it is timely and informative about how to make it in the music industry.
After nearly getting killed, Stumptown, Oregon, private eye Dex Parios continues chasing after a missing girl in trouble.
First century Jerusalem comes alive in this Bible fiction romance.
Chapter 4: “Going Rogue” (All about the Steve Schmidt). Why was this chapter really full of Schmidt?
Quite possibly the only book you’ll need to buy about angels.
A solid memoir from a former MGM Grand doorman.
An outlandish sci-fi/horror actioner for lovers of drive-in movie excess.
Three-time Newberry-honored author Gary Paulsen crafts a gripping Young Adult novel dispelling some of the myths of the Revolutionary War.
Do you want to know more about working social media?
My State of the Union address...
The fourth and final B.J. Thomas collection of his Scepter recordings.
From posh mainstream rock to oddles of power metal its time for Marty Musical Meltdown.
Modern thrash done right.
Living proof that aliens did visit our planet.
More indie rock mp3s. For free.
Haiti benefit top album, Taylor Swift, Justin Beiber rule the singles chart...
Not only a wonderful introduction to the world of Hungarian music, its a disc of great music.
Music so joyous and powerful it - err - defies belief!
A beautiful voice, a great message, and some snazzy grooves.
Veteran Canadian country-rockers go large with an expansive yet intimate collection
Have you ever played that impossible platformer I Wanna Be the Guy? It's like that, but more retro and honest.
A couple new offerings land around the country.
Fans of cooking and mysteries will enjoy Inspector Crabbe and his exploits, both in and out of the kitchen.
I thought I’d already seen the worst movie ever made, and then I saw Deadline.
Don't go digging up any corpses on the advice of a witch -- just call the cops.
New York, I Love You is full of unrealized potential.
There's more to assembling a crew at the last minute than buying beer, but it sure helps.
Cinenerd rounds out his top five films of opening weekend at the 2010 Sundance Film Festival!
An essential DVD box set for anyone interested in Italian neorealism, war film, or the history of cinema.
A good initial attempt at explaining the tea party movement. Could have been better, but it's at least accurate.
Powerful automated tool that can uproot some nasty infections.
He's the best quarterback of his generation on and off the field.
Wrestlers and footballers converge on the cage. Think of it as Rock 'N Jock MMA.
What form of martial art is going to help you out in real life situations?
It was an historically wonderful "State of the Union" by a brilliant and unaffected President.
Turn the tide on telemarketers by asking THEM a few questions.