Narcissistic boy meets masochistic girl in this serious shojo romance.
Brad Meltzer takes a break from writing thrillers to writing a touching book about heroes
“Martial Arts Is Not for Chickens!” I’m trying awfully hard not to make cracks about “the other white meat.”
Digital Connectivity is All Around Us!
Follow Malena Watrous' protagonist to Japan in this lovely novel about the confusing jumble of love, grief, and communication that is life.
Since the gaming industry has a pathological need to remake the classics, I have some recommendations.
Nintendo expands their quality puzzle game series into the third dimension.
The Calling is a good concept that doesn't follow through in the end.
Comparing my ballot to the winners' list and coming to terms with the results...
Gayngs is a mega-group of monstrous proportions and soulful R&B love-bumps.
Some rare treasures from an old master.
The-Dream is excellent as always. In his third album, he shows-- What? This isn’t The-Dream? Electrik Red you say? Who?
Judging this solo debut as an individual work reveals its incidental nature.
Esteemed critic and historian Greil Marcus discusses his latest book on the music of Van Morrison.
The InHouse App takes on this week's House episode - "Baggage"
Martial arts top this week's list.
A '90s kid reflects on one of the greatest animated shows of all time.
Robert E. Lee and the South were doomed from the beginning and didn't know it.
Little comedy about a big-ego chef exploiting the world’s most expensive spice — somewhat satisfying, but not entirely delicious.
Team Freewill wins some battles for once, but the big war is still to come.
A visit to the dentist is more enjoyable than The Tooth Fairy.
Jack will pursue justice the only way he knows how, but the price of his actions may be more than we as fans have ever wanted him to pay.
A Twitter challenge yields some surprising results.
We don't get much call for Sazeracs around here.
Iron Man 2 is successful despite some unnecessary baggage squeezed into the plot
Yes, Iron Man weekend has arrived.
We're flies on the wall during an intense hour of House's psychotherapy in House, M.D.'s "Baggage."
By day, I’m your regular guy working in an office. On weekends, I turn into a soccer referee.
What if Stan Van Gundy had accepted the Sacramento Kings' head coaching position?
The Tigers closer irked several Yankees fans by shakin' and shimmyin' after every strikeout, but mostly because the strikeouts were against their own team.
With the NBA's series of boring sweeps, suddenly the NHL has no competition for their marquee Game 7 on Wednesday night.
A moving musical by Tim Acito based on The Women of Brewster Place gets a rousing and beautiful production at the Celebration Theatre.