Make sure you choose thr right cuts of beef when following the Paleo Diet
Homemade Black Pepper Udon
Simple homemade Mushroom Soup
This Adam Sandler catalog title delivers a nice audio-visual boost to previous editions, but little else.
The Stark children have to grow up fast as war has arrived, and maybe some otherworldly forces as well
A movie review of X-Men: First Class as the perfect two-hour plane ride.
The Adam Sandler vehicle makes its Blu-ray debut.
The Killing takes a break from the central mystery for a nice stand alone starring the two detectives.
Who knew ancient artifacts could start revolutions?
Vote for cancer support projects on Pepsi RefreshEverything.com.
The social side of innovation.
Further reflections on the Catwoman costume and the impracticality of calling the black catsuit practical.
The enemy of relationship.
Not even the witches are what they seem in the RSC's latest production of the Scottish Play.
Tourism in Egypt is down sharply, and vendors are hurting, but the country is safe.
But who pays the price?
I predict Congressman Weiner's virtual-cheating scandal represents not a weird anomaly but a leading edge.
Politicians like to drag out the tax code and beat it like a populist’s piñata. It worked for President Obama.
Are politics or political power motivating the debate on the budget, the deficit and entitlements?
The first in a historical mystery series, heavy on scholarship and surprisingly, gore.
Poetry for the end of the world and beyond.
Just in time for summer, a new thriller about love gone wrong.
"All my life, the archetypal hero and his journey have enthralled me."
An enigmatic young woman wreaks haunting havoc when she shows up in a New England town she had never been to, claiming she was born and raised there.
Grayson Capps is one of the best damn songwriters around today, and this is his best recording to date.
Bethesda is feeling a different kind of fallout with their recent release of Brink.