Gov. Chris Christie finds himself between a rock and a hard place in the battle for marriage equality.
The Wamp family of Tennessee is out to create a new noble house at your expense.
Interview with award-winning Christian author Edward Mrkvicka Jr.
Live Ammo is the second in the “Live” series, following Live Ringer.
A young girl sleeping in a railroad coach is abducted when her mother temporarily steps off the train to make a phone call.
A fascinating account of the life of conductor Charles Munch.
Four beautifully-produced illustrated volumes all help to enhance Studio Ghibli's latest release, The Secret World of Arrietty
POWs in one of Japan's worst prisons: how do you think you will survive?
"The truth is always so much more interesting that fiction. The truth is powerful."
A remarkable novel depicting the consequences of violence.
Kim and Krickett Carpenter discuss their updated book The Vow: The True Events that Inspired the Movie.
A live-action cartoon where the anti-jokes come just as often as the jokes.
A fascinating look at pivotal events in world history.
Hey, I'd starve myself for a young Linda Fiorentino, too.
With The Voice overtaking it as the hippest singing competition around, Idol needs someone like the season five champ.
David Cronenberg explores the birth of psychoanalysis and the tense relationship at its centre. The results are in.
Pondering the Amy question in light of "Slice Girls" and some thought on killer clowns.
The Muppets are back but do they work for a very modern audience?
Acorn Media has released on DVD the remaining episodes of '60s spy television series Man in a Suitcase
A look inside the mind and heart of Dr. Robert Chase in this week's House, M.D.
When an Internet dummy like me can find your physical location, it's time to give up your hobby of harassment.
With unemployment over 8% those looking for jobs are trying hard to put their best foot forward, so should employers.
MUTEMATH continues to justify its reputation as a killer live act.
R.I.P to one of music's most memorable voices, Whitney Houston.
Get a first listen of fun.'s new album, Some Nights, on Blogcritics.
Sunny skies prevail in Bad Weather California.
They left me cold, recalling the relatively recent drug-related losses of Michael Jackson and Amy Winehouse.
The Grammys 2012 are lacking diversity and ... music
This three-disc album celebrates Glass' 75th birthday.
I could talk about her beauty, her amazing voice, her career, but I do not think that would do her justice.