The more things change, the more they stay the same.
Peggy Lee's most famous album is finally issued on CD.
Solid, although not without its issues.
Some thoughts on the performances at the 2010 Grammy Awards.
Get Fat and stay independent with Fat Wreck Chords 3CD anthology.
Searing lead guitar from the fretboard of Joe Louis Walker...
I'm once again putting my music collection on shuffle and talking about old college flings, the blizzard of 2010 and the love that got away.
A look back by a band that’s typically looking forward
A national treasure gets the respect he deserves...
The bear went over the mountain to see what he could see...
Don DeLillo's latest novel opens as a meditation on film-making, but finds tragedy in moments when no camera is watching.
Ten short stories from the author of Suite Francaise
Outlandish characters and wonderful writing make this an unforgettable kids’ fantasy.
Just who is Greg Middleton? Find out, as he answers a few questions and gives readers a peek into his thoughts.
Some of the world's greatest literature in 20 tweets or less.
Featuring Louise Erdrich, Don DeLillo. Plus Bohjalian, Robert Harris, Laurell K. Hamilton, Patterson, Lauren Conrad; Jenny Sanford, 'Yalta', 'Mr. Good Enough', Kevin O'Hara, Rebecca Rosen...
Meek's greatest skill is the way he can take ordinary, boring characters and turn them into something weirdly fascinating.
Experience ever-tightening suspense and the desolate helplessness felt by the family of an abducted 12-year-old girl.
It's a challenge to think rationally about rearing children in a world that would leave June Cleaver's head spinning.
Quitting is about getting negativity out of your life, getting unstuck so you can achieve your goal.
Gossip isn't scandal and it's not merely malicious. It's chatter about the human race by lovers of the same. (Phyllis McGinley)
Gibson returns to all-too-familiar territory.
Cinenerd wraps things up for his Blogcritics coverage of the 2010 Sundance Film Festival!
Yes, Cameron's film is at the top again.
Eliza Dushku and Mike Vogel star in the horror film Open Graves, set in Spain and based around an ancient artifact.
A lot more misses than hits in this anthology.
Better late than never, Michael Nordine picks his top five films of the Aughts.
This 2003 zombie thriller from the directors of Daybreakers will bore you to deaf. Yes, I said deaf.
The first three seasons of the classic Red Green Show
Chef Anne Burrell dishes on Worst Cooks.
The 2010 duPont-Columbia Awards are an encouraging reminder that broadcast media can be really great – when it really tries.
One of Eastwood's best hits Blu-ray.
Some good titles out this week. What's on your list?
As the primary voting begins it's down to bare knuckles and raw rhetoric between unions and the grassroots.
Maverick Republican firebrand endorses liberty Republican leader in Kentucky Senate race.
Senate Republicans are hypocrites about big government.
There really was nothing to talk about, but that didn't stop us.
For the first time in his playing life, Tim Tebow won't be the first pick.
Soccer, the rhythmic game of deception, and the video replay that wants to control it.
Set sail for one last adventure to Monkey Island, and play some more poker and solitaire while you're at it.