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Deep Purple: Chapter 1. In the beginning was Shades Of Deep Purple.
New Jack Swing icon Heavy D has passed away. Many are called, but the chosen are few.
New technology captures Oscar Peterson's performances as if he were still alive and playing.
The band celebrates its game-changing album, proving that some artists can successfully reinvent their sound.
Paranoid android Gary Numan cycles back into view once again.
"This song is not a rebel song." This is Jane's Addiction's latest.
Staring down a growing national debt, it is time for new ideas.
Out with a new book, Bill Clinton complains President Obama has been too tough on Wall Street. The problem is, the former president's still just partying like 1999.
My cruise vacation that was first underwhelming, but then proved to be a fun, learning experience.
Will Whole Foods’ “Wellness Clubs” include all the right ingredients?
A less than stellar Sweet Charity plays at The Knightsbridge Theatre
While some members of Congress may think it prudent now to cut food aid programs to save a few dollars, think again.
Why social media has created passive aggressive behavior in the youth of today.
Should holiday traditions mean anything to men? Or is that simply up to the mom?
The final serving of Pie is ready and on the table. Enjoy.
On the road in a bleak, post-apocalyptic dystopia.
House returns to form, with a great patient of the week, and funny pranks against his now reassembled staff.
Blistering barnacles, Snowy – Tintin's the UK's number one film!
Ridley Scott's Prophets of Science Fiction is a fascinating mix of literary and scientific information.
Finally, an end to the duckie tie?
Mid 19th Century British costume comedy is an over-the-top blast starring Robert Carlyle.
Brain injury survival tips for parents, caregivers, friends, and heath care professionals.
Writer, M.D. is a depressing and downbeat look at medicine in non-fiction and fiction written by actual physicians.
Spirited Savannah Connor, committed to stamping out social injustice, lands in a new town and finds herself on the outs with the town constable.
I was obviously intrigued when I saw the book title! I mean, "Time In"?
Four young but powerful shifters must travel back to the lands from which they were banished.
Nintendo Wii's Kirby's Return to Dreamland is kinda like crawling into bed after a really long day.
2012 will be a big year for England's cricketters - will they make it through as top-dogs?
Games of the Week: Giants at 49ers, plus five crucial divisional matchups. Lame of the Week: Jacksonville at Indianapolis.