Carole King: Chapter 15. Carole King's first album of the 1990s was almost excellent.
With their fifth studio album, Coldplay sets the pace for a creative work of art.
A lack of lyrical creativity begets a tedious record.
An enjoyable, quirky romp into the gayety of (fictional) college life in the '40s.
Grey's Anatomy finds teamwork, selfless actions, and some new pairings to keep things moving.
Imagine It! is a well-intentioned documentary that ultimately fails to engage audiences as well as it should.
It's wonderful fun to visit Midsomer - vicariously - and watch Inspector Barnaby solve the multiple murders that constantly occur in the surrounding villages.
DreamWorks pulls off a twofer for 2011.
An excellent oral history and “fly on the wall” account of the making of Apple's Macintosh computer.
A tale of love and lies, set in two interconnecting timelines.
Antaeus presents a vital new adaptation by Barry Creyton of Noel Coward's exploration of postwar alternate history.
Strindberg's 1888 work is tough going in a new production at the Stella Adler.
Tips for shopping smart and saving at Warehouse Clubs.
Both sides of the medical community use fear to impress their opinions on pregnant women.
As scholars now often insist that the "Dark Lady" of Shakespeare’s sonnets was Jewish, it is no surprise that two Israelis have offered a new translation into Hebrew.
In Colombia, I had a great time, broke my heart and learned all about the famous making of coffee. Wonderful.
To utilize your intuition, you have to work on a different plane of consciousness. You can learn how to do it.