Hill's second novel follows a man, literally hell-bent on revenge, who sprouts horns. How devilish!
Judging a fiction contest is turning out more confusing than I thought it would be, and my favorites surprise me.
Just what does it take to create Heart Magic? Find out now!
What does the loss of a favorite author mean to you?
Tantalizes the reader with a wonderful story from America's past, while questioning the future.
A collection of essays and criticism, re-issued from 1962,serves as a last farewell to J.D. Salinger.
Valerie Gross weaves a tale of love and destiny in Magdala
They don’t write them like this any more, and that’s a shame!
There is soulfulness in the vocal, richness in the sounds, and wit in the words. Really, what's not to like?
Leonard Cohen's critically acclaimed producer and collaborator discusses her career and debut album as a solo artist.
A sprawling but enthralling set from Austria's Parov Stelar.
Working my way through school at Ohio University in the late-Seventies, one album at a time
Between A Rock And The Blues is nominated for Album of The Year at the 2010 BMAs...
Bureau B has just reissued another long-lost solo classic from Krautrock legend Hans-Joachim Roedelius.
I'm putting my music on shuffle and talking about Valentine's Day, Phish bootlegs and the local library.
Parents of budding astronomers – listen up!
Capture the lost sounds of Sixties Cambodia in this collection of lost Cambodian rock music
If you like your rock music loud, psychedelic, a little jazzy and a bit weird, this album may be right up your alley.
Highway 61 Memories.
Nine Black Alps' debut record contains enough rock explosion to detonate your girlfriend's Tori Amos record collection.
Former Pixies front man Black Francis returns with his best solo album yet.
So were they a quartet or a quintet — or both?
UFC 110 showcases young vs. old fights down under.
A pothole, a torch pole, and a Duval. Guess which one actually worked this weekend?
Ryan Getzlaf's four point night shows he's ready for the Vancouver Olympics.
A pothole derails the Daytona 500 for several minutes.
The Sacramento Bee beat writer discusses his experience covering the Kings and breaks down the trade rumors surrounding Kevin Martin.
The highest level of the U.S. government has to be fully engaged on the issue of global hunger
Behind the scenes peeks and interviews with designers and celebrities.
You won't forget her once you see Fantasia, the American Idol winner, in this national tour.
This adaptation of Stravinsky's ballet by master puppeteer Basil Twist made for a short but inspiring evening.
The best war flight simulator to date.
A week filled with lawyers, echidnas and ghost-hunting ducks. Yeah, it's an interesting week.
This week's games from Game du Jour feature farmers, vampires, and time traveling — oh my!
Frustrated with the political middle, Senator Evan Bayh (D-IN) decides not to run for reelection.
What's on your list for this week?
Nazi zombies? Where do I sign up?
If you're going to ruin a Hallmark holiday with one of the four horsemen, Ben Edlund is the person to call.
Simply stated, going to see Avatar is not so much seeing a movie as it is an overwhelming visual and sensory experience.
Scooby and the Gang come to the rescue of Velma's sister at a Magic Academy!
It may be the third television series in the franchise, but it requires no previous Stargate knowledge.
Tom and Jerry are back and sharing more classic chases!
The Wolfman does some things well, but it blows its core function: creating a werewolf we can take seriously.