Kramer has questioned our conventional ideal of how we can perform at our best.
Ec-Con, Bad Dan, The Man Who Can risks his freedom to save the woman he loves.
This reworking of "Snow White" breathes apple-dislodging new life into a traditional tale.
Hample explains the fine points in the game.
A worthy read for new or experienced persons who find themselves in leadership roles.
An autobiography of the famous actor, politician and champion body builder
In her latest bestseller, Jio leads us to a conclusion that, while fully unexpected, is completely logical.
Have you heard the new Ellie Goulding album yet?
Folk singer Melissa Crabtree has combined her love of nature and music onto her new album.
A diverse bunch of releases this week with added Meat.
The vibes great discusses the instrument's evolution in jazz, his development of the four mallet technique, and early years as a sideman.
Le Havre — and Le Havre not. Ha.
Film Chest brings us 16 episodes of vintage television fun.
Once again, this zany football-obsessed show starts off with an over-the-top episode filled with actual NFL players.
Stanley Kubrick paints an unsettlingly beautiful image of a timelessly ugly subject: war.
Basically the "underwater Smurfs," the Snorks were a Saturday morning fixture from 1984-89.
Comic western Something Big features Dean Martin as a bandit with a heart of gold.
If you liked the first Borderlands game, despite some technical issues, you will probably love this one. Newcomers will have no problem starting here.
An intimate production turns out to be a good environment for a show about unemployed steel workers stripping for cash.
Being unafraid to step outside of the status quo when it comes to health care choices - that's being a pioneer for health.