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Music Review: Boz Scaggs – ‘The Essential Boz Scaggs’


Whether the music inspires fond memories or not, 'The Essential Boz Scaggs' truly is essential. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Beatles vs. Stones’ by John McMillian


A fun and eye-opening account of the "battle of the bands" between The Beatles and the Rolling Stones. Read More »

Christopher Nolan and The Power of Myth – The ‘Dark Knight’ Trilogy


With his trilogy of Dark Knight films, Christopher Nolan created a hero who stands with literature’s greatest. Read More »

Music Review: The Alan Parsons Project – ‘I Robot’ [Legacy Edition]


With what amounts to a free bonus disc, the remastered edition of 'I Robot' is the finest Alan Parsons Project release yet. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: ‘Hannibal: Season One’


I most definitely had my doubts about bringing the infamous Dr. Hannibal Lecter to television. But I happily stand corrected. Read More »

DVD Review: ‘Midsomer Murders: Series One Through Five’


Midsomer Murders is one of the finest British murder mystery programs I have ever seen. Read More »

DVD Review: ‘2 Broke Girls: The Complete Second Season’


Catch up with these hilarious girls and their wacky friends with 2 Broke Girls: The Complete Second Season to see one of the best of the current crop of network sitcoms. Read More »

Book Review: ‘True Hollywood Noir: Filmland Mysteries and Murders’ by Dina Di Mambro


Hollywood Babylon true-life tales of murder that deserve to be re-told. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Roger Waters: The Man Behind The Wall’ by Dave Thompson


A look at Roger Waters' incendiary career that goes beyond Floyd. Read More »

Music Review: Carla Bley – ‘Trios’


'Trios' is what jazz radio should be playing today. It is contemporary, yet acknowledges the rich history of the music all at once. It is a marvelous album. Read More »