Recommended for the endearing, nostalgic TV quality that it never stops giving.
Glee returns with strong stories, but weak music, and music-related scenes.
Adult espionage drama from the pen of John Le Carré released on DVD
The Brown family goes camping over the 4th of July but the celebration is marred by teenage rebellion.
Ben Stiller, Eddie Murphy and others team up to steal $20 million. Is it a winner or a clunker?
The Skaggs Family Christmas Vol. 2 is both down-home and polished, a treasure for lovers of country Christmas music.
Patrick Stump branches out from his Fall Out Boy roots on his solo debut, Soul Punk.
Liz Childs fronts her quartet with seventeen jazz vocals
This should be a permanent gig!
A budget-priced collection of informative, well-produced jazz documentaries.
More of the greatest AOR ever.
It's a little love.
While "Achtung Baby" still retains its brilliance, I am not sure for whom the Super Deluxe Edition is intended.
A new 6-CD set spills the secrets of one of the world's most successful negotiating coaches.
A 13-year old girl falls for David Cassidy and follows her dream of becoming his wife.
A beautifully illustrated retelling of the twelfth century Sufi epic poem for all ages.
Sweet Fruit From The Bitter Tree is about finding creative ways out of conflicts both small and large.
Do you want to create professional composites?
Over 200 bands, films, and records for Beatles fans.
A former nanny's second life as a photographer has everyone wondering how her splendid work went undiscovered for 60 years.
Sicily Coyne's life changes forever at 13 with the death of her father and a disfiguring burn to her face.
Author Mimi Q Atkins is taking children's literature to another level.
A political issue has come along that is as big as Occupy itself; one that is at the core of what animates the movement, and itself would rely on the kind of geographically dispersed support that Occupy represents.
Outrage over high banking fees is driving many consumers to switch to credit unions.
Why are the people of a libertarian third world nation happier than Americans?
For the first time since 1979, a trio of Red Sox players have been honored with American League Gold Glove awards.
A Noise Within opens their 20th season in their new 33,000-foot theatre in Pasadena.