Exotic piano images from some of America's finest composers.
So much for the theory of genetic transfer!
Massive Attack finds soul in the gloom.
Sade returns with her first album in 10 years...
Greatness follows in the shoes of greatness...
Blues instrumentalist Matthew Stubbs readies his new album for Blue Bella Records...
The blues lost a true hero when he died. – Thomas Ruf
With songs of folk and ambient/alternative rock, The Middle East is coming to America.
An intriguing blend of styles, heavy free form jazz metal with a screamo twist?
I hear stuff...I see stuff.
A sneak Preview of Olympic women's ice hockey in Vancouver.
Also, there are some sporadic mentions about the Super Bowl.
Will this coincide with the release of the Jacket's third jersey?
The Canadian center injured his ankle and is doubtful for the Olympics in Vancouver.
Bob Gainey steps down as GM of the Habs.
Get your romance fix reading this book.
Fire Gazer: Arson at the Wolfe House is a version of anarchy vs. art in which there are no winners.
Aha! moments on how to survive life as a customer service representative.
Michal is solidly written biblical fiction, but not spectacular.
A GI surgeon recovering from a terror attack in Afghanistan teams with a brilliant nurse to uncover intrigue at the top level of American government.
Explore the past, present, and future of the Mayan end of days and the significance of the Crystal Skulls!
Sascha Rothchild dishes about life, love after divorce, the crazy eating habits of writers, and her cat "Spork."
Making sense of the confusing new guidelines for disclosure.
Sam Diener was downsized into social media success.
A fun blast of nonsense.
Dear John, your movie blows!
A time travel love story that neither deals well with time travel nor love.
Some crazy kind of masterpiece.
Vlad drinks vodka and instructs
the whore Renee how to cut bread. I’m thinking he is going to regret this.
William Friedkin investigates the counterfeit image of the rogue cop in this intense, unusual thriller.
This classic musical finally gets a proper DVD release.
With the DVD and Blu-ray releasing on March 2, here's why you should watch Where The Wild Things Are.
The real struggle for peace lies not in nuclear bombs, but in providing food, education, and hope.
This nearly perfect play is given a smashing production at Pacific Resident Theatre starring Bruce French and directed by Marilyn Fox.
Flying. It's a time machine, a cage, and a wealth of inspiration.
A grim tale about young girls being lured into the sex trade.
Two back-to-back cases of technical support being everything but helpful.