Heart: Chapter 5.
This latest Quincy Jones Opus, Q: Soul Bossa Nostra, has missed a few notes and pales miserably when compared to previous projects of the iconic composer and arranger.
The best of country music returns for an encore.
A masterful exposition of a gifted storyteller and, at its essence, a riveting Cowboy Junkies album.
The classic Traffic album is back again with some bonus treats.
Secretariat doesn't win, but it finishes show.
The film leaves you colder than a night on the ice without a parka.
If you’re looking to end a relationship with someone, your slow boat to China has come in.
More than just (500) Days of Blue Valentine, I loved this movie Like Crazy.
The final, unremarkable entry in a redoubtable Hollywood career.
Gossip Girl is having a stellar season, with a sweet Blair - Dan pairing being a major success.
Larry the Cable Guy talks about his new gig at History, yeah, I said History.
House, M.D.'s future is still up in the air as Universal and Fox debate costs
A good collection, but Foghorn fans will be left wanting more.
A digital Sora runs into some trouble in the newest Kingdom Hearts title.
The magic keys to winning tennis.
Getting nervous as my "real" Half Marathon approaches.
No one would have imagined Twitter and Facebook used as a tool to organize movements against governments
An review of the President's State of the Union Address, January 25, 2011
Answers to the most commonly asked questions about skin care.
An excellent and provocative tour through European art history.
Closets—we've each got one. If you're intent on forcing open the door to another's, then be fair and be ready to allow others to rummage and sift through your own.
When a race car driver meets a Mystic from the East, interesting things are likely to happen.
The controversial Westboro Baptist Church protests Kevin Smith's film at the Sundance Film Festival, garnering the movie more press attention.