Aaron, 28, lives in southern Kentucky and works at the local community college. He spends his spare time working in the theatre and cheering for the Braves ... against his better judgment.
Gay's book is a neat scrapbook, but fails to establish a broader purpose
An intriguing new history book is nearly ruined by a heavy-handed epilogue.
Director Masaki Kobayashi explores the limits of human endurance — mainly that of his audience
Twenty scholars act as flies on the wall of history in this intriguing book.
Dark Streets has good style but precious little substance.
This poor entry in the slasher series is even more generic than it appears.
A wonderful tool for actors and educators seeking a greater understanding of Shakespeare's work.
What is the biggest problem in baseball today? Not enough people like former Braves announcer Skip Caray.
Baseball mogul Walter O'Malley wasn't so devious after all, according to a new, richly detailed biography.
Sean Penn presents a two-hour lecture on how to destroy vague, misleading Republican language... and replace it with vague, misleading Democratic language.