This writer was led to a fantastic baseball story when he got a Francisco Liriano rookie card.
The eighties graphic novel lady detective, Ms. Tree, gets her own pulp novel.
Gregory crosses the line to the Lancaster side in The Red Queen
Whoever said the pen is mightier than the sword never encountered a kitten with an automatic weapon - General Douglas Furball MacArthur
As a Mom who has homeschooled her children in the past, I found this book to be an amazing resource.
The story of three strong women and one small nation.
A chat with co-creators Mark Ellis and Stephanie Morgenstern
Dinner for Schmucks is a farce, which is probably good to know when you pay money to see American comedy.
And the winner of the prestigious “Well, Duh!” Award for the most inanely-titled documentary ever goes to…
How will Jeffrey make his final stand? With only two Bitch Tapes left, tell us how you think the series will end.
Tonight, we finally discuss fall programming!
Kick ass, it doesn't.
Warner Brothers celebrates the dodranscentennial of the Elvis' birth with this DVD set.
My appreciation for Steve Carell continues to grow.
To me, whether the episode is old to me or old in general, it's still worth watching.
Some really good titles are in the mix this week, if you like genre films.
The first and last album of dance pop from this Duran Duran spin-off.
See Presley on his 15 cities in 15 nights 1972 tour
Wall of Sound pop magic...
Over the past quarter-century, Moby has firmly entrenched his reputation as one of the most important figures in the modern dance music movement.
Rolling Stone Ronnie Wood to roll out new solo album this fall.
A suitably majestic, soaring action movie score.
Things should start to get interesting right about now...
Classic rhythm & blues performed by first generation legends and rising stars of today’s retro R&B revival.
Denmark's Salli Lunn cleverly pushing boundaries.
What happens when a classic book inspires an artist to embark on an ambitious tour and record new music in ten different cities while on the road?
A reggae legend reflects on his upcoming CD featuring guests Keith Richards and George Clinton.
A mix of classic rock and catchy pop melodies from a lively band of furry animals.
The recent economic news has been schizophrenic. It's driving me to distraction.
It's hotter than hell in Israel these days. But rocket attacks and the threat of a Persian collapse raise the temps even higher.
The latest Dragon Quest title attempts some new things while sticking with tradition.
Justin Tanner presents his latest play, a rollicking story of family dysfunction and depravity.
title of show has its Los Angeles premiere at the Celebration Theatre in a delightful and entertaining. production.