A so-so soul album augmented by several excellent bonus tracks.
Smoove Johnnie Taylor album on Stax is a thing of beauty.
A mediocre soul tribute to The Beatles' Abbey Road.
Halifax's boys bring on The Double Cross.
Still just singers in a rock ‘n’ roll band . . .
An old friend arrives for a short visit.
Everybody Wants to Be a Cat: Disney Jazz, Vol. 1 is enjoyable for kids and adults alike.
The inaugural volume of the Paul McCartney Archive Collection, this album solidified the legend's relevance as a solo artist.
Pouring rain and fierce battling led to a 1-1 draw in Seattle.
Trying to move to Vegas, the Browns are stumped by a lack of polygamist homes. A surprise party for Meri!
Smallville goes out with an appropriate epic mightiness, paying service to the most beloved characters.
'70s children's TV series offers a complex tale of politics and religious conflict in ancient Mexico on a limited budget.
In this week's Doctor Who: are the Time Lords returning in some form? Short answer: no with an if, yes with a but.
Chicago's Youngest and Humblest,Culinary Titan talks about the Fox Hit Television Show, Master Chef
An Easy Seasonal Salad to Enjoy Alone or Pair with Your Favorite Protein
The real currency of haute couture is exclusivity, which is woven from heritage, genetic good fortune, unattainable expense, and, oddly enough, French law.
Food can make a difference on a grand scale, but also can bring moments of joy to a needy child.
An energetic staging of Webber and Rice's uneven rock opera.
Shirley Maclaine shares her Hollywood career as well as her spiritual journey in the new Valley Performing Arts Center in Northridge
Like the mythological Phoenix, “Death Panels” have once more taken wing.
In a world of medical miracles we need to ask, is aging a good thing?
Your dog will howl for more!
Editor Molenda reveals the thought process behind selecting the interviews that populate Guitar Heroes of the ‘70s.