Eric Clapton: Chapter 30.
Some big names up for the biggest awards in the blues, and you can help decide the winners!
A ghost of Christmas past...
Putting a shine on a mostly sucky year.
Katy Perry goes unplugged.
Jazz fusion is alive and well in the world of J.Viewz.
U.K.'s original doomsters bring forth another stellar album.
The Poetry of MSN Messenger: Lisa B on poetry, music and performing.
A singular experience.
A strong debut effort which could easily find a strong following.
What could drive a woman to have fifteen abortions in as many years?
Yuiko is an average high school girl who tries to tame a beastly new student!
A handbook of arguments for atheism.
Alan Fox's second novel is an intelligent, thought provoking love story.
An ambitious premise for even the most devoted foodie: Travel the world to eat.
Wear your favorite author!
Books or friends, books or friends, books or friends...?
Emily and her brother Navin embark on a deadly journey to an underground world. Only the Amulet protects them.
For the Christian, a genuine look at the steps to becoming spiritually mature.
Parsing the question of whether the series creators/show runners were really just making it up as they went along.
Mac and the gang must figure out how a man got turned into a mummy.
Steven Seagal sings like Chuck Norris can act!
Can't Wait for Sherlock Holmes? Try Zero Effect.
Two new flicks hit theaters this week.
Where has Arlen Faber gone? After watching The Answer Man... I really don't care.
Let your voice be heard!
Stumped for a gift? Here are some oddball titles to ponder over.
Angels & Demons has some thrills but doesn't ignite.
Ah, dead immigrant children. Or as SVU calls it, "the Christmas episode."
Zzzzz... try to stay awake during this one.
A surefire entrant on to everyone’s "worst of 2009" list.
Resident Evil: Darkside Chronicles takes a shotgun approach to game development and misses all the targets.
More fun than you can shake a codex at.
How America has degenerated from the forward thinking, intellectual hot spot of the 18th century.
Winter tips for the un-winterable.
An American classic with a twist provides hope during this holiday season.
The public will follow this saga and self-proclaimed sage to his natural conclusion: premature emigration.