"As I drove off, it was still raining and the drops streaked down the windshield like tears" -Detour
A murder in the mind of the perpetrator.
Every reader can transform his/her life by learning to live in the present.
Academic papers covering the work of Mary Astell, Margaret Cavendish, Aphra Behn, Katherine Philips and Eliza Haywood.
Are you a Dummy or an Idiot? The challenge.
A lesson in equanimity from a doctor who tells of his own kidnapping and how he survived it.
Culver introduces readers to an engaging character with enough spunk, humor and heart to make readers take notice.
"Good money from bad people" is a principle which troubles Bennett very much.
Play it only if you have nothing better in your video game library.
For all those who dreamed of a game involving sticking hands up noses.
Judge Jeanine can be scary tough & beautifully compassionate. A truly awesome combination!
Six films with people that couldn't even survive an online university.
Recommended just to see how the makeup crew predicted what Orson Welles would look like forty years later.
Worth a look if you're a classic film buff.
Milos Forman's film adaptation neuters the subversiveness of Hair.
Visually stunning but still vintage self-indulgent Lars Von Trier.
Kevin Smith goes biblical.
Not likely to warrant any drainage of one’s brainpower.
Yemenis are suffering from hunger, displacement, and fear of the future.
Lauren and William Hamilton, father and daughter, discuss who should pay for dinner on a date.
Composer/guitarist Bob Shimizu plays smooth contemporary jazz on his latest album
Leann Rimes' new and quite impressive set takes a raw and tearful walk down memory lane.
Buck Owens sounds incredible in these pre-Capitol Records recordings.