Before becoming a member of Bread, James "Jimmy" Griffin was a pop idol (almost).
Clockwork Angels proves that although Rush may be old dogs, their new tricks add up to a superb creative achievement.
UK singer-songwriter Rumer discusses her latest album, Boys Don't Cry.
Michael "Iron Man" Burks shines like a blues diamond on this posthumous release. It is his best work, period.
The Very Best of the Bill Evans Trio collects some of the pianist's best early work.
The vivid and sometimes unwatchable tale of the classical composer as pop star.
A penetrating look into the darkness of human nature. A Tale of Death, A Tale of Life.
What it lacks in bells and whistles it makes up for in heart, will win over even the most cynical audiences.
Great storytelling, great characters, great acting, and the greatest villain of all time—a giant, man-eating shark.
David Cronenberg casts Robert Pattinson in Cosmopolis as an attempt to win big on Twitter.
A big, sumptuous book featuring over 500 illustrations of Venetian art and architecture.
Sex Politics Religion is a superficial look at many important issues, offering little more than the opinions of the author.
Paul Ryan is like the pair of used socks your senile granny gave you at Christmas...
Ryan dealt with hecklers at the Iowa State Fair. Better for the president, who enjoyed a beer.
At least three green stimulus sweetheart deals went to companies of Jim Johnson’s private banking firm Perseus.