Magic is a strong return to Smash Mouth's sunny, catchy power pop sound that will please fans and new listeners alike.
Violinist Tim Fain elicits a questionable reaction from the audience.
Has Stephen King run out of new ideas with a sequel to The Shining?
Oceanhouse Media introduces the Dr. Seuss Bookshelf — the place to go for all your Dr. Seuss apps.
What did Debbie Macomber tell Meg Lacey to do with her book? Find out this and more!
A character-driven financial thriller about financial schemes, murder and greed — but mostly about the meaning of fatherhood.
Don't be fooled by studies purporting to show the value of a college degree.
One of a central bank's most powerful and dangerous policy tools for combating the negative impacts of recession.
Ultra violent Salafists have demanded the release of Blind Sheik Omar Abdel-Rahman; they threaten more bloodshed.
A fantastically entertaining twist on the horror tale.
Ray Bradbury, Leonard Nimoy, Halloween, Sci-fi and horror fans all should have this in their collection.
3 DVD set offers a delightful if sloppy assortment of television shows of the 1950s.
A straight warts-and-all Blu-ray transfer, although with just enough visual upgrade to pass muster.
Just send your regrets and move on.
The latest Nicholas Sparks romance ignores a potentially strong premise for a cliched love story.
Writers, directors, producers, and actors get together every month at the Alameda Writers Group.
Jean-Claude Van Damme headlines this brooding variation on Taken.
In a discussion I had once with a rabbi about Jesus, the man observed, "Jesus was a good Jewish boy." In retrospect that comment may have been on target more than the rabbi realized.
The grotesque, naughty, delightful, and hilarious Silence! The Musical comes to LA.
Because of the oppression of women, we have no idea what a "real man" looks like.
There is a struggle for survival ongoing for millions of people at risk of hunger in the Sahel region of Africa.
SEC East match-ups are featured this week.