Brilliant blue-vinyl special edition of Foghat's blues tribute album.
Venrez releases a strong debut album.
Country singer/songwriter Katy Boyd creates some personal and poignant stories on her new CD release.
“There are some songs that you want to take over the world,” fun.’s Andrew Dost said of the band’s anthemic single, “We Are Young.”
Here's a new look column with some great new music.
...Think about your moment, and think about how it made you feel. You were full, you were alive, you were connected. That is what Sex God is all about.
1915 socialist attack on capitalism republished.
A memoir about the friendship between an art-loving Englishwoman and a fresh Scottish artist, or so it seems.
Time always moves forward, in a steady fashion. But what if there exist worlds in which time behaves differently?
"I still don't believe in a lot of description when writing a book. It's just not my taste to write a bunch of 'flowery' description."
Metabolism Miracle is about achieving an optimal metabolism effortlessly.
Twelve hilarious brand new episodes that work well by keeping everything the same.
A magnificent biopic, oddly overlooked twenty years later, arrives on Blu-ray.
Hopefully This Means War declares its own on the box office.
The ownership concept extended beyond one’s entitlement to the fruits of his or her labors. The initial axiom, by virtue of its self-evident quality, had come to encompass a great many other things, such as landed property and self-ownership. The seeds which were sown became a weed.
Now that Iran has demonstrated nuclear skill at energy production, it is asking for new negotiations with the West.
In consideration of state legislators declaring war on women, it is time the battle is engaged.
The chattering class has missed the point in figuring out the root of Rick Santorum's success: economics.
As Kenya struggles to recover from the massive East Africa drought of 2011, school feeding is playing an critical role.
Omnipresent writer Theresa Rebeck conquers the stage and small screen.
Twisted Metal clumsily skips along on the merits of its uniqueness in the modern gaming palette, and that's not enough.
A more subtle way to fight piracy. Does it work?