"You are what you eat" is the lesson kids are taught in Joy Feldman's new children's book.
Well-done book about The Cure from French author Michael Fargier.
Find out what genre Joan Bird feels is the most overlooked in today's reading/writing world.
Zombies? Pop culture references? Humor? Sadie Walker Is Stranded has it all!
Posthumous Westlake proves a strong addition to his considerable bibliography.
Find out the best and the worst advice Richard Alan has ever received!
At times existentialist, surreal and absurd, The Infernal Republic crosses lines and goes places that few short story collections are willing to go.
Before Ellen, before Oprah, there was Joan. Well, briefly.
Who knew? Grumpy was born to be a dreamer, as we find out in this week's Once Upon a Time episode "Dreamy."
Kids and parents will enjoy the DVD of Stellaluna, which is just as delightful as the original book by Janell Cannon.
Five films from French filmmaker Jean Rollin showcase his knack for poetic imagery and dreamlike surrealism.
Luther, led by the magnificent Idris Elba, is an excellent morality tale mixed with a crime drama.
A good start quickly dissolves into nonsense for this convoluted thriller.
A rare remake that does everything right and improves upon its source material.
Wonderful movie that makes great use of fractured timelines.
A great update of classic seventies-style hard rock.
Listen to Sugar & the Hi-Lows for an instant up!
The choice seems simple, so why the debate? Must the Catholic Church pay for options they consider abhorrent?
Everyone knows that Milton S. Hershey was a successful confectioner, but what about his being the godfather of compassionate capitalism?
The Monkees may have been a joke to some but to us we were in on the joke, or at least we thought as much, and that was all that mattered.