An expert's guide to Plone 3 enhancement.
Sex: A Book for Teens dishes on parenting, sex-ed, and her uninhibited Tweets.
Not the typical canning/preserving book, Put 'em Up's variety of recipes are unique and should appeal to a wide variety of palates.
Patti Smith memoir focuses on her relationship with photographer, Robert Maplethorpe
Laugh, cry, and eat well as you enjoy the stories and recipes from DearReader.com creator Suzanne Beecher.
Meet Patience, the Church's equivalent of the boys from Supernatural.
Come the holidays — any holidays — you may want to skip this title as a potential children’s gift.
Belle epoch meets 1984.
Packed with tips, tricks, and explanations of better ways to accomplish tasks, CLR Via C# contains much information not find elsewhere and explained so well.
Studio Happy Chicken Pink's second release featuring Ayaka Uchiyama is downright heavenly at times.
An open letter to Emmy Awards voters, part one.
Jillian went to Bakersfield, Calfornia to help the May family and the results were astonishing.
“Did you ever wish for the impossible?” Just try wishing for an intelligent script and plotting from “When in Rome.”
A stunning, visually inventive animated film with all the heart and charm that one could hope for.
That was so me Mardi Gras before last.
A boring and frustrating action-western that’s only real saving grace is its impressive cast.
Fun, if highly flawed update.
Americans have a knack for reinventing themselves, and nobody does it better than our politicians.
Arizona State Senator challenges the 14th Amendment and automatic U.S. citizenship
Ending military aid to Israel is way past due.
There is much to explore with Open Skies.
Two contrasting one-act plays deliver drama and comedy with varying degrees of success.
I have very fond memories of going to Rockaway Beach, but that was a long time ago in a place that seems very far, far away.
Moments of courage rewarded with a one-way ticket out of the Army.
a new Marx Brothers musical, It's Top Secret is premiered as part of the Festival of New American Musicals in Los Angeles
Hip-hop phenom Drake delivers a debut worthy of the buzz.
21 artists offer different takes on the Diwali rhythm on this one-rhythm album.
Mozart, for whom the word genius was intended.
The Songbird stretches her wings again.
The weather is hot. Is the music?
More proof that musical communities are not dead.
Perfect music for Mai Tai Mondays.
A further anti-Drake explanation to the controversial look at the deformity of the hip hop music since its origin.
Songs of reassurance.
Back after five years, Teenage Fanclub continue an almost uninterrupted flow of talent and great songs