Those scotch-swigging, cigarette-smoking Madison Avenue executives will return to the AMC cable channel on Sunday with a season opener set during the tumult of the '60s.
The British mini-series is being called addictive, as it gains fans here in the U.S. with its exploration of early 20th century life.
Music plays a significant and recurring role in all of Japanese author Haruki Murakami's novels. That's especially true in his new 900+ page epic “1Q84.’’
Listeners weigh in after our conversation with Congressman Peter Welch about President Obama's tax cut deal. We also make a face-saving correction on behalf of critic-at-large Ed Seigel, who says...
Famed Broadway composer and lyricist Stephen Sondheim wrote the music and lyrics for "Evening Primrose," a 1967 television production. But the show was a complete failure and only aired once....
Crisis in Credit Market; Ol' Miss Awaits Debate; Credit Crunch Hits American Businesses; "Dexter"; "Syncopation"
Obama in Germany; Obama and McCain; Body Armor; Sizzle; "Mad Men"; Beer Versus Wine
Investigation of Tuberculosis Case; Unspun: Fact Checking Iraq; Exeter Responds to Republican Debate; Therapy Ethics and the Sopranos; Trading I-Pods with Bob Dylan?
Charges in Duke Case Dropped; Changing the Drinking Age; Who is C. Vivian Stringer?; Can McCain Revive his Campaign?; Art Imitating Life?