A big-business bookie made a fortune online, and now all bets are off. Kristen Hinman finds out why.
Only Unreal could fit zombies, superheroes, bloggers with full-of-shit brothers and "Town Talk" comebacks all on one page.
Shae Moseley asks former Swervedriver frontman Adam Franklin about the tinge of twang in his new band's sound and more.
In B-Sides, Jason Toon highlights the best Show-Me Blowout has to offer.
Christian Schaeffer listens to The High 5's debut album, One Track Mind.
Read what Robert Wilonsky has to say about Ang Lee's NC-17-rated Lust, Caution.
Does The Rat Pack -- Live at the Sands bring Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin and Sammy Davis Jr. back to life? Dennis Brown has the answer. Brown also reviews Muddy Waters' production of Cat on a Hot Tin Roof.
And hit up Gut Check for this issue's food-related items.