Take a trip along The Mother Road with the lovely Jennifer Allee!
David Swinson, a much decorated detective in the Washington Police Force, talks about his first novel.
Robert Rodriguez thinks The Beatles Revolver is far superior to Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band
An academic looks at what Victorians did with books.
Based on a true story, a slave to the Van Lew family in Virginia is freed Mary and sent to school in Philadelphia.
How feminist, deconstructionist literary criticism killed the strong male protagonist.
All the basics of quilting, with practical projects and inspirational ones as well.
Marriages, deaths, and war: the al-Jawad family saga concludes in the final book of the Cairo Trilogy.
Best Exercises You've Never Heard Of is a primer on achieving greater throughput in your workout with less injury.
Chandleresque short crime fiction at its finest.
A meandering sharksploitation movie that doesn't even benefit from the sight of Halle Berry's bare breasts.
A nicely appointed new edition for Spike Jonze and Charlie Kaufman’s singular work
Fantastic aerial views of the Western United States.
A respectable image upgrade for this public domain, pre-code romance.
Rihanna shows off her army trained body during a flashy fight against alien invaders in Battleship
All 13 episodes of the early '70s Hanna-Barbera Production, on two DVD-Rs.
Mathieu Kassovitz's violent, gritty drama looks great in high definition.
A collection of 22 cat-and-mouse shorts - some vintage, others rather recent.
An impressive endeavor with limited appeal.
An iffy EP, some power metal, and some weird stuff.
An album that requires multiple listens to appreciate, but still leaves you wanting more.
Southern blues-rock at its finest, with lyrics that will resonate with the listener.
Girlyman shares songs of hope after a member fights leukemia and wins!
Guirgis specializes in characters on the margins of society, yet no matter how despicable the character, always finds some saving characteristic grace.
Ways to ensure your garden looks great, even without lots of maintenance.
The Kanjoos, by Hum Theatre (Singapore) is average and mediocre. But main lead Subin Subaiah steals the show with his stellar acting.
This compelling yet funny play is about violence directed towards LGBT youth.
A new look at the world of The Walking Dead, this videogame rendition explores the experience of a brand new group of survivors.
Despite the disappointing finish, the "Mr Irrelevant" label officially no longer applies to this rising star in Sacramento.
Time will provide fight fans with the answer.
We don't just want kids who can pass tests, but those who can also improve the iPad or fix health care.
The French and Greek elections showed faith in far-Left policies to correct the financial crisis. Did the British do the same?
The vote on the gay marriage ban in North Carolina’s Halifax county has garnered national attention.
A left-right battle over the Founding Fathers.