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Book Review: The Philip K. Dick Collection

The Library of America presents a collections of 13 novels by the science fiction master in three stunning, handy-sized volumes. Read More »

Theater Review (Queens, NY): Much Ado About Nothing

William Shakespeare's comedy classic staged as a reality television show – and it works! Read More »

DVD Review: Genesis II

Gene Roddenberry's 1973 science fiction pilot offers an interesting look at the Star Trek creator's imaginative storytelling. Read More »

Book Review: New New Media by Paul Levinson

Paul Levinson explores the next phase in the evolution of communication. Read More »

Movie Review: Where the Wild Things Are

Spike Jonze brings Maurice Sendak's classic children's story to life. Read More »

Nintendo Wii Review: Toy Story Mania!

Disney brings its popular theme park attraction based on the hit Pixar franchise to the Nintendo Wii console. Read More »

The Wizard of Oz Celebrates 70th Anniversary with New DVD/Blu-ray Releases

A celebration at Tavern on the Green marked the 70th anniversary DVD/Blu-Ray release of one of the most beloved movies of all time. Read More »

Book Review: I’m Off Then: Losing and Finding Myself on the Camino de Santiago by Hape Kerkeling

Hape Kerkeling, one of Europe's greatest comedians, searches for God and himself on the famous spiritual pilgrimage in Spain. Read More »

DVD Review: Death Note 3: L, Change the WorLd

Follow the final hours and the last investigation of L, the eccentric genius detective from the Death Note saga. Read More »

Book Review: Of Bees and Mist by Erick Setiawan

Erick Setiawan's debut novel, Of Bees and Mist, is a magical triumph. Read More »