Stream an exclusive clip from Matthew Stubbs' upcoming retro classic album Medford & Main, due 3/16.
A slew of interesting releases to kick off the March to spring...
Citizen Cope back after six years, sells out almost every night of tour!
Free music downloads to promote climate change.
Polish Prog band Riverside at their commanding best.
Overall Bill Wren's One Day In A Life is an enjoyable listen that reminds us that music doesn't always have to touch people through mere words.
Linda Ronstadt: Chapter 8.
A great soundtrack to a great show.
The classical/jazz sound here has an intimate sound, like a conversation with a long absent friend.
London-based band brings distinctly British sound to East Atlanta.
The beautiful voice of Paula Frazer and the western sound of Tarnation are what makes this record an unique listen.
FM Belfast strives to always keep the beat alive and bumping with their debut album How to Make Friends.
Does a 55-year-old movie hold up to today's viewer? In most ways it does.
An intelligent, thought-provoking film that just goes to show there are still talented filmmakers out there.
White Collar's Tim DeKay and Matt Bomer will answer your questions about the show.
Why Iran's Ahmadinejad wants the bomb and how we aren't dealing with it.
Tarin acted very bravely, as he oh-so-politely pulled a gun on his pal Nabeel and escaped.
Khan repairs almost anything!
Avatar hits another milestone.
Three full-solution programs to blast fat and build muscle.
Whether you love or hate Michael Moore, this documentary will help you sort your feelings about our economy and its effects.
A few decent titles out this week.
The Daleks return to the classic Who to exterminate one last time.
It'll have you gasping, jumping, and squirming.
Clearly I am an ignoramus of the worst stripe—a nonintellectual lowbrow who can’t appreciate art.
Twilight and trivia collide in Scene it? Twilight!
"We only tested ten samples." — David Roe, Attorney for the plaintiffs
Martin McDonagh's new play is a self-conscious exercise in creeping Tarantinoism.
This delightful and beautifully sung staging of is another gem in Musical Theatre Guild's crown.
Interesting story – yes. Dramatic possibilities – sure. There were several things that could have gone right...
In a world where we're all under the SEO yoke, marketing people and editorial folks have to work together more closely than ever before.
See this provocative and well-acted pair of plays from Europe if you can.
A play about forgiveness within the family opens at the award-winning Black Dahlia Theatre in Los Angeles.
Maybe “what women want” is a good four-cent stamp.
Wouldn't you enjoy photographing great performers from the front row in Madison Square Garden?
A personal fitness trainer’s (conservative) take on First Lady Michelle Obama’s Let’s Move campaign: facts, praise, advice, sarcasm, and satire included.
Everything you ever wanted to know about Anne Frank and more.
When it comes to homeschooling, there's no such thing as perfection. Aim for real life instead.
Five Questions with Femke Hiemstra about her book Rock Candy.
Sanderson goes behind the horn-rimmed glasses to the heart of evil and shows off his storytelling chops.
Ilya Kovalchuk might head to greener pastures in the KHL — could other NHL players follow?
Paul Westphal has made the King's logjam at small forward even more complicated.
When garlic breath threatens to blow away your sweetie, this four-fold fix may be your solution.