It may be past the show's prime years, but this is a well-produced set with lots of extras.
Beach Boy Carl Wilson is remembered in a rich multi-dimensional tribute.
Spielberg's stunning set pieces more than make up for thin plot and poor characterisation
My favorite animated film of the year finally makes its way across the pond.
Game of the Week: Falcons at Saints. Lame of the Week: Vikings at Redskins.
Slow Cooked Murder is comfort food for the cozy mystery literary soul.
English magicians, once world renowned, are stagnant in the 1800s and have lost their ability to perform magic.
Labossiere shares a candid, friendly, and humorous analysis of just what it means to have a cherished connection.
Questioning motives for being in the war, his thoughts on slavery, secession, and his own death.
A World of His Own is an enjoyable historical novel set in New Orleans in the early 1800s.
Chocolate kisses, Italian panettone bread and Pfeffernüsse... what's not to love? C'mon, kids, dig in with joy!
Experience the “Twilight of the British Raj” through believable characters via a plot that delivers danger, intrigue, and romance.
Finding new outlets for your work to put your writings in the hands of readers.
A children's story about finding the positive from the negative.
Should an intelligent Kepler-22berian land tomorrow, this is the book to give her to introduce the human race in all its complexity...
No Wave legends Mars captured live in NYC May 6, 1978
In my first Christmas special, I take a look at a collaboration album of metal bands covering Christmas carols.
Let The Rain Fall by The Good Lovelies is a quirky ode to love and camaraderie.
It is crazy to extend the payroll tax cut at this time.
Unlike Grand Theft Auto, Saints Row the Third treats the thug life like a comic book. It’s over the top and more often than not, you’ll feel more like a Marvel superhero than a hood rat.