With international sales of 18 million records, James Blunt has toured the world, as well as the contours of his soul.
Jolting approach not entirely a success, but Des Ark keep things interesting
A (re)introduction leads to the agonizingly obvious irony of using the internet to complain about the internet.
Mountains only move before those who'd dare to trust in the Maker of them all!
Former child prodigy and 9.9 vocalist takes listeners back to soul school with "Mistreated" and debut solo album, R&B 101.
What matters to the people of Yemen: finding enough food to survive.
A venerable feast for anti-art lovers everywhere. Highly recommended.
Featured: Robert Crais. Plus: T. Jefferson Parker, Susan Vreeland, Brad Meltzer, Colleen Houck, Beth Revis, Amelia Atwater-Rhodes; Amy Chua, Wes Moore, Parag Khanna
A bleak, haunting film about the moral implications of war.
The first installment of Hanna-Barbera Superstars 10 hits DVD(-R).
The Cape had a few holes in the origin story, but was better than any fall premiere this year.
Bob's Burgers is decently funny, but the animation is a turn off. May need time to warm up to it.
Californication continues its long running arcs, with Hank closing in on rock bottom.
If you truly want the ultimate in DAW, then you need SONAR X1
Try as some might to assign blame, Sarah Palin does not bear direct responsibility for the Arizona assassination attempt. But she needs to change.
The national unity that may follow the shootings in Tucson threatens the livelihood of Limbaugh, Beck, and Palin.
YouTube videos show insight into the Arizona shooter.
Go green every time you clean.
Are you ready for some rage? This week, Nintendo and Capcom deliver it.
Back to the Future makes a successful transition to the gaming world.
JamParty:Remix looks to use other games' controllers to create new music.