Luke Goldstein is the writer/creator of two blogs: "The End of the Page" which covers movies, books, music and pop culture and "Reality Dig" which focuses on politics.
He also just released his debut novel, "What Came First?", which follows four complete strangers as their lives become intertwined in the biggest traffic jam in Seattle's history. At the center of it all is an object that at first looks small and ordinary, but turns out to be so much more.
The new novel from the acclaimed author. She moves on from vampires and witches into the land of the werewolf, but with limited success.
Meet the Press is a treasure trove of information, video, and context for some of the most important moments in our political past.
The documentary The Revisionaries shows the surprising extremes some people will go to to tip the future in their favor.
Hellogoodbye begin their return to form with the reissue of Would It Kill You?, the first release under their new label.
Weiwei-isms is a pocket-sized reminder of what it is to be human and bear true witness to the world we live in.
3 Doors Down have steadily put out hit after hit, proving to be more than a one-hit wonder.
Bobby Jindal is already jockeying for the GOP crown, but is he really the right man for the job?
Obama won the election, but wouldn't have kept control of the Senate without support from the Tea Party. That's right, the Tea Party helped him win.
The Man with the Iron Fists had the chance to be something awesome, but came in far short of that goal.
Guitar World Presents The Best Guitar Instruction Book Ever! brings not only the teaching power, but also the star power.