The Dear Hunter's Act III: Life and Death is one of the most original and enjoyable rock albums of the year.
Marty Balin returns to his roots.
My ears are playing tricks on me...
This journey through the past is well worth the trip.
Albums 30 through 21 on the continuing list of the best of the decade.
Radio Free MP3 is back and we're featuring some new cuts, some old ones plus a Norwegian anti-folk band.
Priscilla Renea masterfully fuses elements of rock, pop, and R&B.
A new slant on classic songs is not always music to the ears.
If you're looking for happy pop music, don't look here. If you want to be "Haunted," then you've come to the right place.
If you enjoy watching your live music releases, check this column out.
Watch out Nile, a new Sumerian themed death metal band is rising to power.
It's a timeless tune, but the movie was pretty good too.
Albums 40 through 31 on the Fifty Best Albums of the decade list.
High on Fire seems to just get better with age and releases their best album to date.
Worn down by the years, Funeral Mist takes an indecent turn into a sea of hazy blasphemy.
Jack Slate and Shadow are poised to return!
This week's 11 games are a mixed bag featuring the likes of Rayman and Street Fighter Alpha 2.
With Windows 7, it looks like Microsoft finally got it right: flash, substance and speed.
A great book for functional and dysfunctional families alike.
NaNoWriMo. It’s the online representation of a writer’s cattle prod.
A wonderful story and an enjoyable method to read it, what more could I ask for?
Dragons, dwarves, and a God-fearing nobleman; young-earth fiction that's magic free and is certainly unique.
Endo's novel is both philosophical and political in the best sense, but never does it turn terribly preachy, and nor does it lose its subtlety.
The gang from Beverly Hills is back in the eighth season of the insanely popular dramatic series.
Men of a Certain Age has given us something a little unusual -- streaks of realism.
More Camden fun for fans, though the writing is noticeably lacking in inspiration.
A school yard fight leads to a life long friendship for two young boys in Canaan, Texas.
Booth and Brennan solve the murder of an expert gamer and Avatar buys the show's adoration.
Lil Wayne's World: excess, success, and a riddle in the middle.
Some nice horror titles hit Blu this week.
Johnny Depp and Christian Bale are on opposite sides of the law in the gangster epic Public Enemies.
Ray Romano returns to series TV with this new drama on TNT.
Hershey's holiday line offers delicious treats for all ages to savor.
Vickie and Nickie get the balance between spoof and sincerity just right.
Reaction to an author's essay leads to some thoughts about intention in writing.
Intolerance leads to murder.
An encounter with the relativism currently presiding over the American university.
Is Harry Reid trying to take advantage of our national ignorance with scary big numbers?
The "building freeze" hits home — and got cracked at the gate.
Do you want to take control of the focus of your image?