A funny, refreshing, at times cringe-inducing, break from the usual television fare.
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Driving Miss Daisy, Mrs. Miniver, and Grand Hotel all get the Blu-ray treatment, the most recent film, the best.
A lone challenger has stepped into the pit of vipers, willing to challenge the establishment for leadership of the GOP.
Exposing Wall Street fallacies.
Impress your friends with 50 Top Movie and TV Classics in excellent arrangements for easy piano.
Author Jack Remick shares his thoughts on the written word and the basics of novel writing.
Book two in the Djinn's Amulet series by Victoria Blisse
Love in Vain is a brilliant evocation of the dark, dangerous world of Robert Johnson and other early blues musicians.
Meet a man who uniquely chronicles the untold stories of twelve spirits that changed the world and forged the cocktail culture!
Love 2.0 teaches how to achieve positivity resonance
Trattoria Cooking is a wonderful resource for chefs and cooking enthusiasts everywhere.
This isn't Walt Disney's version of Beauty and the Beast. This is a fantasy with sex, intrigue and a drag queen.
Facts about truth in advertising.
Bad taste is Anthony Jeselink's stock in trade.
Heavy rains, snow, and cold threaten Syrian refugees.
Sometimes, you can imagine Earth Defense Force as an alternate universe sequel to Will Wright's SimAnt.
Little Inferno doesn’t take players on a grand adventure; rather, it offers a little slice of a much larger dystopian picture.
Ways to safeguard your data from being lost, corrupted or formatted as well as few handy tips to recover it in an easy way.
In 2013, camera companies will be struggling to compete against current generation smartphones, which are providing increasingly better incorporated cameras.
The Jacksons' second post-Motown album is often overlooked, but features great lead vocals by Michael.