There's no craft like the craft of an old fox, as octogenarian Mose Allison effortlessly proves with his new CD.
"[Cher] hopes there is something / Special here for you. / You are special to her, / And this is her way of telling you."
Vintage metal and some rather neat modern stuff reviewed this week.
A few very good songs but the album as a whole is better on ideas than execution.
New music from Bonamassa, Bieber, Berry, and She & Him...
The American Idol alumnus proves her worth.
Thousands of Americans were left out of the Obamacare debate. Here's how to help them.
How we view our present may well affect how we envisage our future; it's the vision thing
White House and Democratic leaders resort to tactics right out of Saul Alinksy’s Rules for Radicals. The ultimate rule? The ends justify the means.
Potters for Peace's grassroots solution
Healthcare reform will be a weapon in November. It’s only a question of whether the Dems are beaten with it – or use it to slay GOP
Celebrity gossip master Ian Halperin looks at the couple of the millenium, Brangelina.
Beatles fans should find Robert Rodriguez's mix of trivia, history, and fun lists an appealing combination.
The Temple of the Golden Pavilion, for all its destruction and angst, is without a doubt a work of beauty in itself.
Discover how to make a difference in the world through appreciation and affirmation.
Reporter explores the history of a group that tried to bring LSD to the masses through a major drug dealing operation.
For those who enjoy tawdry escapism and tales from "Hollywood Babylon," this book is best taken with a grain of salt.
A wonderful creation that manages to successfully marry genres without sacrificing anything of what makes either of them intriguing.
Just what kind of a person does it take to write a novel of combined humor and suspense? Find out now!
A refreshing dose of the absurd in a world taking itself and fantasy far too seriously.
Reading this accessible biography will remedy the neglect this little known scientific figure has suffered.
Luck explained, or at least why lucky people seem to stay lucky.
You've heard of cyberpunk - welcome to the world of faepunk.
Matt Wagner and Aaron Campbell bring together Green Hornet and Kato for the first time back in the 1930s.
Do you want to create people more professionally?
EA's attempt to cash in on Modern Warfare 2 is a meager one.
Kratos is back and he's still not taking any guff.
A reflection on history and the health care debate
Don't get me started on the coelocanth.
On the constant argument over whether or not Astrology is real.
Which folklore and fictional characters we as parents must wholeheartedly continue to let our kids know exist?
A new way of looking at the idea of forgiveness.
The Idols work with their first mentor during "Billboard No. 1 Songs" week.
Okay entertainment that forgets how to see like a child.
Terrible transfers and a persistent watermark on all the films; do not spend your precious B-movie ducats on this Z-grade box set.
A watershed film in animation history, and a Blu-ray that does it proud.
A batch of horror, an imported epic, and a long awaited classic this week.
In spite of moments of hilarity and an optimistic ending, it's hard not to feel pessimistic after watching this film.
The Men Who Stare At Goats is absurd in its reality, but falls a bit short in its fictionalization.
Dana White's headstrong manner made the UFC what is. But for MMA to truly go mainstream, he needs to grow up.