Though telepathy and photographing dreams seems like the stuff of sci-fi, physicist Michio Kaku says science is catching up to fiction. In his new book, The Future of the Mind, the theoretical physicist and co-founder of string-field theory delves into the study of the human brain and these seemingl ... More >>
The sinking of the RMS Titanic is one of those reliable touchstones that can always be used as a time-keeper for historical fiction. Although only the fifth most deadly shipwreck of all time, it is undeniably the most famous. The drama of one of the most expensive, "unsinkable" nautical marvels of i ... More >>
This is not the best time of year for new movies. So we have Wrath of the Titans, Mirror Mirror and American Reunion. Judging by the box office receipts, you went and saw Hunger Games like everyone else, and were probably were angry that Jennifer Lawrence is too fat and the little black girl from th ... More >>
Reggie McDaniel.Radio personality Reggie McDaniel, who died Friday at age sixty, divided audiences simply by being himself. Some listeners loved his "Everyday People's Entertainment Guide" because of the way it rejected critical pretension, while others saw him as a throwback to an earlier ge ... More >>
Print is far from dead in Fort Collins, where five free weeklies compete for ad revenue and readers' eyeballs.
A Dickens classic is almost perfectly adapted for the screen.
Scorsese's latest epic offers a slice-and-dice history of New York City.
A solo artist no more, Dan Bern returns with a new album, a full band and a lot to say.
Raw-edged Joe the King takes a terrifying and unflinching look at the life of an abused child.
The drummer with the big stick bares all about jail, Motley Crue and Pamela Anderson.