It would've made America apathetic about soccer. Which is why it's still not yet a dominant sport.
The top seeded teams find it rough going at the College World Series
With Apple once again breaking the calendar syncing, a workaround was needed.
Now is the time to get on board!
If you are looking for what's going on in soca today, Soca Gold 2010 is a great place to start.
A nice collection of the cream of Stuart Moxham's post-Young Marble Giants work.
The album’s technical proficiency and acoustic nature will cross over to the classical listener and will excite every jazz enthusiast.
Something universal that no matter where you come from or who you are, you'll be able to relate to on one level or another.
"The years working with Shure were life-changing and whenever I listen to him play I remember the times and his uncompromising, loving presence..."
Robert Randolph has made the album we've all been waiting for from him...
From the Rolling Stones to a bit of melodic goth to some classy power metal.
Powerful compositions remind us of the power of music.
The best live Springsteen/E Street Band DVD to date... well, except for the packaging anyway.
Jasta and Windstein, a heavy odd couple.
David Bielanko and Marah return with a new lineup but the same old passion for making memorable music.
For Aggronautix's latest Throbblehead, Wendy O. Williams is effectively shown as an aggressive miniaturized punk rocker.
Front Line Assembly returns to their industrial roots with their first album in 6 years, I.E.D.
Miss this at your peril.
The 3DS, coming eventually to a home near you.
Tetris Party Deluxe is fun, but could have used a little more bang for the buck.
After decades of one shitty western video game after another, somebody finally gets it right.
It's tré cool.
Jillian hits Tennessee and takes over the Northern family with amazing results.
The final fourteen episodes of season four are now available on DVD.
Take another look at Eccleston's Doctor. You're going to like what you see.
24 on TV is done, 24 the movie will appear someday. To succeed, Jack Bauer should heed the lessons of Tony Soprano and Michael Corleone.
Don't let this be the Blu-ray that got away.
Children's author Nicole Weaver donates part of her book's proceeds to help earthquake victims in Haiti.
A vivid history covering the fall of Anne Boleyn.
Children's author Margot Finke talks about her latest humorous picture book, "Ruthie and the Hippo's Fat Behind."
It's the end of the world as we know it, and I feel fine.
An intimate Amadeus opens at the Chandler Studio Theatre in North Hollywood.
A flawed Oklahoma is the current playing at The Musical Theatre Of LA.
Failed wars, oil spills, tax hikes and broken promises are the four cornerstones of the Obama presidency. Where does this leave the future of America?
The federal judge who recently ruled against the Obama administration's six-month oil ban, decided in the end that cents overruled sense.
We talk to the Orchid Project's Julia Lalla-Maharajh about the movement to end female genital cutting by 2025
Caroline Glick - unrestrained satirist - shackled analyst. One wishes she could see how much truth there is in humor.
Are we indeed on the edge of a regional war? The powder is all over the place. Needed, the match.
With 2000 American craft beers, 25,000 beer drinkers, and three days of events, the Great American Beer Festival is one festival you should not miss.