A big band with the blues...
A big step in the right direction.
Linda Ronstadt: Chapter 4.
The second edition of recordings from the Gene Harris Quartet's London stand.
It's in the hole!
A song mix to remind all to be kind to your web-footed friends (and new bloggers)
An exploration of living and aging - sort of.
Do you need to add more fill to your Web site?
3D is coming to Blu-ray players, but what will this mean for the average consumer?
Ace Combat Joint Assault will be joining the PSP's flight sim ranks in 2010.
Or how I learned to relax and say "I'm fine thanks, how are you?" a lot.
Mixing fashion genres and color palettes works well for Peter Som!
Wishing is like trying to phone somebody who doesn't have a telephone.
Ohnie Titel push mixed media beyond typical design limits.
Richard Israel does a fine job staging this musical in a small space, but the casting is problematic.
Only one new movie this week.
Take a journey to Cranford; it will be one that you never regret.
Demi-gods to the rescue as Chris Columbus beats Warner Bros. to the punch with a more family-friendly Titans clash.
Lucky You is one of those colossal failures of film a lucky many have missed.
You need to see Black Dynamite. Yeah, I'm talking to you, you jive turkeys!
A box set collection of Eastwood movies and memorabilia celebrating the movie icon's 35 years with Warner Bros studios.
A decent pick for date night. Plus, you get to see Jean Reno in Speedos!
Pittsburgh-West Virginia is one of the most historic rivalries in all of college sports.
The great UFC Heavyweight Cluster of 2009 finally starts getting some answers.
Johnny Weir makes it do damn difficult to gauge the sport.
Kings trade Kevin Martin to the Houston Rockets for Carl Landry and Tracy McGrady's expiring contract.
And if that doesn't grab your attention, then nothing will.
Lyrical, impossible, luminous, and surreal are some of the adjectives inadequate to describe this astounding collection of linked stories.
Read how one woman displayed uncommon patience and tact as she dated 10 men mother wouldn’t want her to bring home.
Live a self-sufficient, rural lifestyle in the city!
Crazy Heart is a lyrical depiction of a rough-edged, all too human life.
Readings and Salutations!