At seventy-three years old, Kenny Rogers provides a thoughtful account of his career, family, friends, interests, and memories.
A well-researched account of a beloved character and the people who made him so.
In this volume, Ranma ends up in hijinks that involve Kuno, Shampoo, Nabiki, and even sweet-natured Kasumi.
30+ seasonal patchwork quilting projects to piece, stitch, and love.
Dave and Clete ride again!
A new Sherlock Holmes make his debut on CBS Thursday night with a female Watson in tow!
Standout performances by Robert Ryan and Mel Ferrer can't rescue this curiously tepid melodrama.
A murdering, swinging good time!
This quietly hilarious breakout for Wes Anderson remains his best.
Perhaps you should be expecting more of this than you are.
Strawberry Shortcake: Jammin with Cherry Jam is a frothy musical DVD for girls with a positive message about friendship.
Eddie Izzard in top form in concert at Madison Square Garden.
One-on-one with Once Upon a Time's Evil Queen, actress Lana Parrilla
Facebomb uses face cloning technologies to clone faces within an image and copy to others for the perfect prank.
Roof Farming is a new way to create jobs and reduce food prices in the inner cities.
Salon beauty services require fully qualified professionals and there may be precautions.
Do you want to create professional looking home videos?
Keith Emerson and Marc Bonilla immerse their rock melodies in a full orchestra in The Three Fates Project.
This interesting collaboration between The Orb and Lee "Scratch" Perry gets a good but not great grade.
Even the White House is making its own beer.
The Tony winner for Best Musical returns to the 5th Avenue.
A revue of Irving Berlin songs, beautifully done by 3D Theatricals.
Interbank lending is a key aspect of a modern financial system, but is the practice of banks borrowing every day with no collateral good for the economy?
Exploring the radicalism inherent in today's Democratic Party.
The failure of liberalism lies in its intricate connection to the affairs of the state: as the state goes, so goes liberalism.