I've Had My Baby, Now What? is an excellent reference guide on what to do after having a child.
A mystery in the suburbs of Tel Aviv.
The Publicist is a traditional love story enhanced by well-written characters and an inside view of the publishing industry.
A great tale of dope and money smuggling during the early '80s.
The new novel from the acclaimed author. She moves on from vampires and witches into the land of the werewolf, but with limited success.
Brings the blockade of Berlin to life while offering lessons for the present.
The Digest Diet is an excellent book which explains how to discharge stubborn fat accumulation naturally.
John Hughes' holiday-themed comedy for adults — before he stooped to making Curly Sue.
The not-so-serious side of sci-fi.
Enlightened has stayed under the radar, but it's one of the best shows on TV.
An unnerving performance from Ethan Hawke is the reason to see this creepy but formulaic thriller.
Battlestar Galactica: Blood & Chrome looks absolutely gorgeous, but lacks the depth of previous stories.
Michael Gambon as Inspector Jules Maigret - be prepared to be amazed by one of the finest performances for television you've ever seen.
Is Dark Skies more than Paranormal Activity with aliens?
Brian Dolzani's If I Don’t Speak a Word traces the singer-songwriter on a personal journey to emotional clarity.
Some new music from an old master.
John Vanore and Abstract Truth offer a unique approach to big band jazz in Culture.
Cultivating gratitude and positive emotions prevents stressful situations that could create heartbreak.
Alt-theater stalwarts The Wooster Group and The New York City Players have collaborated for the first time with this production of three O'Neill one-acts.