With a diva who uses her pain to touch others' lives, Julie L. Cannon believes "that art, in this case songwriting, is cathartic."
A troubled young artist trapped in a walled off society fights to find himself and a way out.
A second-generation kid who grew up and become a movie star, Michael Douglas has emerged from the shadow of his father.
A darkly humourous look at life in one of Ontario's hotels.
My 14-year-old daughter read this volume and said that she loved it and would like to read more.
The 228-page book will debut at the Blackwatch Comics booth 909 at the New York Comic Con.
Can joyful living be found within the higher intelligence of the lower regions of our own body?
"I got inspired to write My Sister is My Best Friend after I met my half sister for the first time in 2008," says Weaver.
Erikson should be considered a genre master unto himself, because nobody else is quite like him.
Kelsey Grammer is a bad, bad man!
Bob Dylan and The Band: Down in the Flood is an excellent documentary about The Band's historic collaboration with Dylan.
The Solyndra saga is one big piece of evidence that President Obama’s clean energy is dirty.
Words can change the course of history.
A new concept for presenting a revue works brilliantly.
The evening of fun, exciting, and thought-provoking experimental theatre was comprised of vignettes by 10 different playwrights.
Patricia Mok and Tan Shou Chen give perfect answers about The Perfection of Ten.
Games of the week: Eagles at Cardinals and Falcons at Chargers. Lame of the week: Chiefs at Saints.