Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings continue to carry the torch for vintage soul with their latest album.
A minor gem in the late legend's storied career.
Italian guitarist Fabrizio Sotti pays tribute to mentors Wes Montgomery and Randy Brecker.
Olney and his main co-writer, John Hadley, have felt-tipped a subtle new entry in the Great American/Americana Songbook.
Linda Ronsdadt: Chapter 21.
Swinging blues with the Count Basie big band.
Coast2Coast Mixtapes offers up their own version of March Madness with a daily dose of mixtapes featuring beats and rhymes from rap's best and brightest stars.
Athlete's Black Swan ticks all the boxes but are they losing their identity?
iPhone apps run nicely on iPad, thanks.
Writer T-Gen is a promising text-editing program. I just can’t tell if it keeps its promises.
Sennheiser does it again with quality, quality, quality.
A free-form chat with four key members from the Naughty Dog team - everything from Claudia Black to Multiplayer is discussed.
Another great release from LeapFrog - I must replace our smashed copy quickly, before the children rebel!
Roman Polanski's new film engrosses viewers.
A fascinating look behind the scenes at the bitter realities involved in the making of a film.
A very charming and inventive film. One of the best of 2009.
Chance travels to Alaska for his latest assignment.
Someday I may be as brave as Bug and venture through a big, scary corn maze. I doubt it.
"Today's situation is like being in a room filled with poisonous snakes - and a lot of the snakes are in Washington, D.C."
The Fantastic Four heads to the moon to investigate an interstellar landing that will change the world.
A layman's explanation of what is!
Wonderland reworked into a romantic sim fantasy? This manga adaptation shows us how it works.
Hallie James's search for her missing past leads her into supernatural danger.
Don’t be fooled by the twelve secrets or the red sports car on the cover. Successful freelancing takes work.
A magnificent creation you will want to read over and over again for the joy of reading it brings you.
Peeps, the lowly, marshmallow-based candy shaped to look like chicks (or bunnies) have become subjects of elaborate art projects.
The Met hadn't staged this excellent example of Parisian grand opera in 113 years.