America's best unknown songwriter returns with a new album of original material.
This set brings the breadth of Jarreau's catalogue suitably—if not definitively—into focus.
Glee: The Music, Volume 2 delivers plenty of great covers of classic and contemporary songs, as well as a few duds.
An extraordinarily comprehensive look at a single body of work.
Ex Evanescence guitarist proves he can carry his own album.
Too good to be true? Introducing the Taubman approach.
What to get those blues/hard rock/Viking metal fans on your holiday shopping list...
The very essence of The English Way.
Chris Brown re-emerges with an ambitious but ultimately disappointing third album.
Will Rage Against the Machine's "Killing in the Name" rescue popular music and give it some originality again?
While it could use some more energy from Krall, Live in Rio is an excellent DVD for any jazz fan.
Welcome to the world, baby Drew...
Straddles a fine line between perception, the fantastic, and the mundane workings of a daily grind.
Don't want to settle for preachy teaching fiction? Better pass on Wisdom Hunter.
A story that will make you stop and take stock.
An amusing all-ages about a girl’s love for her (sometime) lizard.
The Thames: Its history as a highway, frontier, and both a public river and a scene of deep private contentment.
Why this philanthropist and public servant should serve as a role model.
Opponents pray to defeat reform, claiming God is against higher taxes and government takeover.
Be warned! The intellectual academia is pretending to know more than Exxon about the world climate!
Climate change talks never do seem to get anywhere.
In 2000, at the age of 36, Randy Couture's career seemed almost over. Turns out it was just getting started.
Homemade ice cream is good any time of year.
Merry Christmas to all, and to all a good punch.
Colonel Hector Bravado spends time at some Colorado breweries, takes back all the crappy stuff he said about beer
Mac and the gang must figure out who someone would overdose when the victim has far to much to live for.
Thrills! Chills! Ridiculous Twists! David Twohy crafts solid suspense in the midst of some dodgy plotting.
The student never really was a student!
A great Christmas story about the life and adventures of Saint Nicholas and the true meaning of giving.
Exploding the psychology of crime.
This will be December's biggest weekend.
An atheist finally accepts defeat.
Child abuse and its sad repercussions.
The 1023 Campaign will highlight the nonsense behind homeopathy. The US needs such a campaign too.
A look back at the greatest console in the history of human kind.