Sholem Aleichem, from whom the world knows Fiddler on the Roof is the subject of a fantastic new documentary.
An interesting historical footnote, director Robert Redford's courtroom drama doesn't catch fire.
Surprises, sex, and bodies piling up, all indicate the fantastic return of the CW's The Vampire Diaries.
Just remember: if the women don't find you handsome, they should at least find you handy.
Actor Jonathan Kite discusses his role in the new CBS comedy, 2 Broke Girls, premiering Monday, September 19, 9:30/8:30c
A lame sequel to a classic Western, with only Yul Brynner returning.
BloodRayne: Betrayal is a terrific action game that revives a license to great effect.
The Nintendo 3DS blew us away with its '3D without glasses' but were those good first impressions enough?
Played by eccentric characters in diners and donut shops in a world where dreams and reality merge.
A new health guide blends shamanistic wisdom with the latest science on fitness, diet, stress management, and spirituality.
The French cartoonist returns with another enjoyable set of one-page funny animal autobio.
An old evil so stong it pervades the very ground where it has been buried.
A very enjoyable debut novel from Elizabeth Morgan.
Serial killer used tumult of Nazi-occupied Paris to mask his string of murders.
A children's book for the free spirited and un-caged.
Australian guitar player Peter Koppes' cinematic solo music goes far beyond that of The Church.
Allstar Weekend is young, but definitely shows potential.
This is an expansive and striking work of Canadian ambient and drone music.
Carole King: Chapter 5. Carole King creates an album of her fantasies.
Seductive and icy, this is electro-pop at its most awesomely aloof.
Though previously available, this two-disc collection presents an enjoyable grab-bag of Presley's greatest moments.
Alice's Welcome 2 My Nightmare is proof positive the old ghoul can still deliver the goods.
People who love each other ought to be able to marry. This is America; how can we deny anyone's rights?
The ancient texts of Helhalot and Merkavah
For some nostalgia and a darn good time catch Mike Burstyn as Al Jolson.
Richard Israel directs a splendid revival of William Finn's dated but still powerful AIDS musical.
Rising poverty levels a consequence of a decade of slow job growth.
A simple 77-year-old man from Indio, Calif. could tell televangelist Pat Robertson what marriage really is all about.
This coffee cake comes together quickly and is the perfect breakfast treat to serve friends.
Review of the Samsung Galaxy S Infuse 4G with pics and video
A hands-on look at Windows 8 through the Windows Developer Preview