An excellent contemporary collection of Disney songs done in the jazz format.
Lee MacDougall continues the British Invasion of acoustic artists...
Two brand new songs and four reworkings of older ones, all done acoustically.
Highlights from the two-time Grammy winner’s sophomore effort include, “Someone Like You,” “Turning Tables,” and "He Won't Go."
A tip of the hat to a band of heathens.
A view from the digital sea - is it the answer for the future or just another product to be manipulated?
Sandor Marai reminds me of the closest literary equivalent to Ingmar Bergman, and that can only be a good thing.
Web Operations is a resourceful anthology for web operations professionals as well as amateurs considering this challenging field as a career.
Against the backdrop of the Vel' d'Hiv roundups in Paris in 1942, Tatiana de Rosnay weaves a powerful story about the choices we make in the name of love.
Lauren Redniss's wonderful new book about Marie and Pierre Curie defies classification.
Hey, if Kurosawa can re-imagine Shakespeare, I suppose Yimou Zhang can remake a Coen Bros. film.
Jet and Cord started off way behind tonight. Did they stay there?
Les Miserables: The 25th Anniversary Concert is amazing; simple amazing.
A lush film, painted with bold strokes and possessing operatic force.
On the eve of the 83rd Academy Awards, Black Swan and Winter's Bone win big at 2011 Spirit Awards
Political attacks should at least be based on fact, not fiction.
China voted in favor of sanctions against Libya in the United Nations Security Council. China is removing her citizens, until now in harms way, from Libya.
A new war is developing in American politics, but not between right and left.
There are sanctions and sanctions.
There are lots of ways to cross-train including skiing!