Get a closer look at the musical behemoth that is Gojira.
Sixties nostalgia, sleaze, heavy metal and some heavy something or other awful.
The Linda Imperial Band revitalizes the vibes of ‘60s Bay Area rock centered on a powerful, soulful lead singer.
All Fall Down is a beautiful, honest, unflinching album about breaking up, falling apart and putting it all back together.
Everclear's latest release is strongly reminiscent of their early years.
Philippe Claudel brings us both a hysterical and bleak view of life in his original The Investigation: A Novel.
God is all around us. The question is have we learned to catch His signals?
Sleazy oil execs, dictators sons and an Alaskan oil rig what could possibly go wrong?
Using extensive research in American and British archives, McCullough tells of the year when Washington marched towards freedom or death.
The Coming Famine presents strategies to forestall global hunger and famine from rising populations.
With Evil taking over Boston College, can a group of college seniors find the problem before it is too late?
Co-written with Stephen Baxter this is a carnival of ideas and novelties which will leave you wondering if sci-fi might one day become reality.
The world has lost one of its great entertainers.
The Declaration of Independence is a scripture for the American people.
There are definitely things one can do to combat depression, stress, and anxiety upon receiving bad health news.
Tom Dugan presents his own play and his own brilliant performance as Robert E. Lee.
Not a good movie by any means, Barbarella shows occasional flashes of campy inspiration.
The film finds the time and scope to explore its central theme while leaving room for plenty of exciting action sequences.
Unnecessary? Perhaps. But it sure lives up to its title.
Americans are starving, too.