The Mavericks pull to 5-5 after a slow start. The team is coming together with its new roster.
Lions can save oryxes in Kenya, despite droughts and their natural consequences.
Pounds and Inches by Dr. A.T.W. Simeons is a unique resource on how to shed abnormal fat.
After reading Sawka`s book, you`ll be able to rekindle the art of effective mealtime practice.
Without diatribes, this is a good look at a truly indefinable word.
"I hope my stories help instill confidence and encourage your child of Christ to love life and your family."
What heart-pounding and nerve-tingling romantic comedies are made of!
No, this has nothing much to do with Star Trek, but it is an enterprising collection of nine diverse stories of wit and whimsy by Thomas P. Balázs.
The exclusive cover reveal of Beef Stolen-Off, the second book in Liz’s Clueless Cook Mystery series.
Downton Abbey returns for a second season, and while social issues remain front and center, now they are played out against a background of life and death.
We all knew it was coming to this...the final problem.
Moderately entertaining time travel/fantasy film.
Remake of Sam Peckinpah classic offers nothing new.
Welcome to Hollywood's wasteland.
In the tradition of Just Dance, Ubisoft has done ABBA proud.
A laid-back fishing simulator with tons of mini-games to explore.
Shiny new toys make their debut at the 2012 CES in Las Vegas, Day 1
Do you want to be protected?
Do you want to learn HDR the right way?
Power metal to get you through the snowy wastes of winter.
Two alternative rock classics have been reissued as both single-disc bargains or expansive multidisc sets.
The Beatles' second 7" single was released 49 years ago this week. This is the story of its creation and recording.
Beset by static, power outages, and flaky equipment, a Soviet radio show rattles on as the world outside falls apart.
"When someone asks me, I think to myself, 'I'm about to find out if you've lived in the same town your whole life.'"
Leslie Jordan has perfected a kind of gay character that is sweet, truthful, and insightful.
TV extreme-food shows make food seem like a schoolyard bully.
2011 was exciting, but 2012 is likely to be even scarier. Here are four things to be concerned about.