A classic Stax album returns in a remastered form.
American Idol's DeAndre Brackensick discusses performing in his hometown, San Jose, and the departure of Steven Tyler and Jennifer Lopez.
It's a diverse bunch of rock this week, all good for the most part.
This is an interesting, high quality live Grateful Dead compilation, recently reissued on 180-gram vinyl.
Get the goods on five different bands with five different musical styles who deserve your attention.
While XXX isn’t the album of the year, Asia offers one of their most appealing albums to date.
Growing job insecurity and wage stagnation long term features of the economy.
Mitt trips once (no, make that twice) again in Israel.
Offering ancient mysteries and embassy intrigue in Sudan, The Seventh Priest is modern day King Solomon’s Mines with a touch of The Da Vinci Code.
Two reissued books feature some of the best essays of rock critic and social observer Ellen Willis.
A lost ancient book. A mysterious temple. An exiled king. A rising evil.
Crown Deception makes for a light and entertaining read, but it will probably be found lacking by anyone looking for something that has a little more depth.
The Truth is Bad Enough is an illuminating story that holds up a mirror, not only to a generation lost but to a generation very much alive. Show Less
One of the main premises of this book is that there is no need for any type of federal taxation.
This classic of both French and world cinema receives a loving and exemplary restoration.
Arthouse meets gross-out comedy in this well-acted, sharply written comedy that unfortunately crosses the line from discomfort to creepy.
With the focus off breaking news this week, The Newsroom gives us access into what makes Will MacAvoy (Jeff Daniels) tick.
No gold medal is needed – he's already the greatest of champions.
In addition to the physical, there are mental and spiritual aspects of the 2012 Olympics.
Humanitarian aid groups are calling on the United States to adopt the Roadmap to End Global Hunger.
A very funny camp takeoff of Charlie's Angels is now playing at the Cavern Club in Silverlake.