At least this book isn't called Jumping The Shark.
An author's first book was written at a time Japanese fantasy fiction did not exist. Does it survive translation?
Wise words by a wise man about the internet and technology and how we use it.
Another novel by the author of True Grit. You really should read it.
Be sure to give Bobby Long's debut album a listen for bluesy folk and storytelling too old for his years.
Two alto sax players, one relatively new and one quite seasoned, trade relaxed, soothing solos.
Cher may be an easy target for parody, but not all her films are so risible.
Bones dispatched with one old enemy, while revealing another, in one of the best episodes of the series.
The sounds of Tokyo offer a strange soundtrack to this odd thriller
Gervais's appearance on The Office was disappointing, but the show is giving great stuff to its regulars, including Carell.
Archer is raunchy and wrong, but very, very funny.
Contestant's families are exploited for ratings, plus highlights from this week’s auditions in Milwaukee and Nashville.
Brooks has a beautiful line of spring clothes!
Our Renoir against your Caillebotte.
The tradition of looting art is being continued with this latest attack on Egypt's culture coming from within.
Once again Wikileaks appears to have shown the perfidity of the U.S. in its dealing with even important allies.
The West, despite spending billions on the middle east, has been caught by surprise by the wave of demands for democracy from arabian dictatorships
The Internet is not the cavalry.
Everywhere I turn I am seeing Meyer lemons...I decided to find out what is so special about them.