The only way I can be happy about April 15 is to make it a national holiday.
Tea parties, libertarians, and moderates, oh my!
The Southern Republican Leadership Conference and the story behind the story.
Say hello to my fanny pack... Ladies!
Nevin Martell graduates from Beck and Dave Matthews to tell cartoonist's story
Cal Ormond is still running for his life, and his mysterious new partner only adds more uncertainty.
Classic 19th century novel of manners now available in English translation
A lesser-known comic treat from the creator of Asterix.
A hands-on workbook for Jewish children to lead them through the mourning process and help construct a memory book.
A weighty topic implying food is not the problem, and dieting is not the solution.
Exquisite vinyl reissue of Lisa Gerrard's first solo album.
"Peter Steele was one of the most brilliant and funny personalities in music and it was all for real..."
Neon Trees has taken the industry by storm, with recent appearances at SXSW [South by Southwest] and ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel Live.
The songs literally remain the same, dude.
Diametrically polished and sincere.
Let's talk about passion.
Otis Taylor digs deep and finds The Clovis People.
Jazz that goes down smooth. No aftertaste. All blue.
Lively and danceable, Phoenix's only misstep comes in valuing precision and method over heart and soul.
The Caribbean King of Pop sheds light on his career accomplishments and new album, Because I Love You.
To celebrate the HD release on iTunes, Blogcritics has a set of special edition mugs to give away to a lucky reader.
A beautifully photographed but ultimately unconvincing depiction of the ill-fated pioneer expedition.
Greengrass and Damon re-team for the modestly compelling Green Zone, and Tyler Perry cooks up another dramatic potboiler with Why Did I Get Married Too?
Handsome Harry is a rich exploration of how past shadows present, and unresolved guilt can haunt for a lifetime.
Last season, Tiny & Toya garnered three million viewers.
Action heroes, smart kids, and college hi-jinks provide lots of laughs on the first festival night.
Fringe is an ultra-smart show that attempts to boldy go deeper. Tonight's episode showed the wonder and heartbreak man experiences from tempting fate.
Funerals, phony heroes, and hidden products, oh my.
Frisch's Biederman and The Firebugs gets a new translation by Alistair Beaton called The Arsonists, beautifully realized under the guidance of Ron Sossi.
A national company helps build a Long Island women's hospital.
Now all of us – the former space cadets and future space explorers – have something exciting to look forward to.
What if the man who broke the color barrier had sucked?
A look back at the highlights and improvement of the 2009-10 Sacramento Kings.
In their first auditions in their new roles, Phil Hughes and Joba Chamberlain both proved effective.
Learn how to train your Bakugan for battle, but do little us in this new Bakugan DS title.
Respecting the wines' origin is important.