A musical journey that leaves us sadder, wiser and fulfilled.
Freedy Johnston's first album of new original songs in eight years is due January 12th.
Chimaira brought their sonic onslaught to The 'burg.
Lost And Found the perfect title for this double set from the much missed David Byron, legendary Uriah Heep singer.
Cold's frontman finds a new opening to vent the music of his soul.
If you find the holiday season is "swinging at your head," check out this great singer: Jonatha Brooke.
This 1964 recording exemplifies the artistry and joyful spirit contained in New Orleans-style jazz.
Pagan metal examined, Marillion going acoustic, Voivod live and a great return from WASP.
Xasthur falls even more into obscurity, but there are a few new diamonds to be found in this Rough.
The 2009 Blog-Off Competition is underway!
A new writer and artist take over the Angel comic series for its next big story arc!
This Belgium-based Lebanese author was recently nominated for the prestigious Astrid Lindgren Memorial Award.
Maltin's annual movie guide may be too big (literally) for the Reader Pocket Edition.
Mark Grayson's life as Invincible has gotten darker, but there are a lot of bright spots.
Witty and insightful look at high school students through the eyes of a journalism teacher.
The Sony reader and Reader store, I was able to quickly satisfy a holiday urge.
Captain Alatriste's code of honor endangers him when he refuses to complete an assassination in 17th century Madrid.
A new big-volume collection of this manga entry in the multi-media franchise proves accessible to .hack neophytes.
A charming holiday tale about time travel, compassion, friendship, and the true spirit of Christmas.
The pageturning. The feel. This type of reading has way more steps than the old way.
Plays like the driest of history books.
Too badass for Goya. Too smart for Nietzsche. Seagal.
Training Day is about Denzel Washington's seductive power over the film's characters, and the theatre's audience.
Lots of button mashing, but it's enjoyable enough.
Choreographer Austin McCormick and his multi-talented troupe conjure an extravagant feast for the eye and ear – and for all ages.
A moving and very different Christmas story.
The battle for Barcelona is decided as the Big Swede, Ibrahimović, fires the deciding shot.
In spite of rules changes and improvements in equipment, football helmets are coming off with alarming frequency.
The Irish set their sights on one man, and unlike their past tribulations, this time they got their prize.
It's time to press "reset" on the federal government and start over again from scratch.
What you do after 2010 or don’t get caught doing until then is your own business since you’ll already have their money.
Two American founders of an Afghan Co-op deal with the uncertainties in a dangerous world.