The higher you get on the list, the better the combination of cute kids and great movie.
Five magnificent sets guaranteed to whet the appetites of movie/TV lovers.
Ponch and Judy return for the inevitable reunion movie.
Sam, Dean, and Castiel play by cartoon rules in Supernatural's "Hunteri Heroici."
A surreal, self-reflexive sitcom that was way ahead of its time.
The sequel to 2009's The Collector is missing a few key pieces.
The days of the state as the predominant political institution of our time are numbered.
Abortion is a personal choice, not a legal debate.
Manning may have thought he was doing the right thing, but the way he went about it is inexcusable and unforgivable.
It's not perfect, but the Senate has finally listened to the people and protected civil liberties in the NDAA
Kevin Hearne is back with more adventures of Atticus O'Sullivan and Oberon in the latest Iron Druid book.
The autobiography of America Online's "Answer Man," Kevin Savetz.
"I think I’m particularly interested in trouble. Folks getting in and out of trouble."
Anyone who has ever enjoyed listening to Heart will enjoy this book.
Jeremiah Hunt is on the run from the FBI and heading towards more deadly trouble in New Orleans... Care to tag along?
Playing fast and loose with some whimsical and witty “fictional biographies,” the inventive Connell’s oft-macabre manner helps propel over 50 flights of culinary fancy.
Eva Cassidy's greatest hits gathered on one album!
Jazzhaus releases '67 Ellington concert in Bigbands Live: Duke Ellington Orchestra.
Singer-songwriter Alexx Calise's new EP brings even heavier riffs and more memorable melodies
Koi No Yokan is the Sacramento alternative metal heroes' best record since White Pony.
A remarkable four-CD set of highlights from Lalo Schifrin's 50 year musical career.
At one of their only two Pacific Northwest shows this year, the greatest band in rock seemed to be on a mission to spread the E Street gospel even more than usual.
The Steve Miller Band: Chapter 5. The Steve Miller Band finished the first phase of their career in fine style.
A pairing of plays, one new and one ancient, points out the constants of the human condition.
W!ld Rice's musical is a deliciously funny Singapore-flavoured pantomime for the whole family.
For family or loved ones who live far away, there are some fantastic gift-basket options available.