The Kinks: Chapter 13. Ray Davies examines a very ordinary life.
It is time for releases from the heavier end of the rock spectrum.
Jack Black and Kyle Gass return with their third album, another dose of tuneful, impassioned hilarity.
After a long hiatus The Ting Tings are back and ready to party.
French reggae with wit from Drunksouls.
Hollywood returns to the streets of Hollywood thanks to TCM.
Three award-winning films bring a powerful silence to moviegoers.
Joseph Hayden's life and music.
Bobby's World is now available on DVD, and yes, it is just as endearing as you remember it to be.
Even if it's not brilliant, it's warm and comforting in a way few films are.
Frozen Planet has a wonderful balance of entertainment and educational structure, and contains some of BBC Earth's most exquisite photography.
The Hunger Games and its similarity to the movie Battle Royale.
California Solo, starring Robert Carlyle, is a beautifully drawn melancholy character study
Religion remains central in police procedural set in the near future after "Faith Wars" and resulting "Second Enlightenment."
Erin Morgenstern’s glitzy but ultimately hollow attempt at a fantasy novel.
Raymond Benson’s The Black Stiletto: Black and White continues the adventures of a costumed vigilante ahead of her time
The Big Picture: Insights from the Spiritual World offers fascinating stories, religious history, and spiritual insights in readable fashion.
The world of movie criticism may never again meet as formidable an adversary.
Asumi begins her studies at the Tokyo National Space School, but it's more grueling than she anticipated.
A Midwest family travel gem.
Naturalistic poetry that teaches you how to achieve balance in the world and find yourself.
A look at the career of a pair of fashion photographers who thrive on breaking rules.
A weak iPhone novella that fires the imagination
Although tablets are not laptops, they are still very useful devices for students to have.
Cloud storage and access has gone mainstream. Now it's gone enterprise.
If we act now, we can stop famine and save millions of lives.
Bree Benton, alias Poor Baby Bree, is a one-woman vaudeville revival machine, and I for one am glad it's in good working order
Depressed and sad about what is happening around the world? Reduce your news intake.
A cupcake vending machine on Santa Monica Boulevard turns out to be so much more.
People with empathic abilities tend to be subject to more dreams, and especially nightmares.
Department of Justice lawsuit against Apple and others is incredible hypocrisy.
A fun, lighthearted game for all ages to play.