Ever since the public falling-out between Lil Wayne, his label Cash Money Records, and mentor Birdman, the rapper hasn't said all that much. Now, in a new interview with Rolling Stone, he's... still not saying all that much — other than to confirm he's no longer on speaking terms... More »
Back in 2010, Chicago's Signal Ensemble Theatre staged "Aftermath," a fabulous little show about the Rolling Stones penned by Ronan Marra. "Aftermath" was all about the demise of the influence of Brian Jones — the Syd Barrett of the Stones — and the smart piece also featured a great...
The following article is provided by Rolling Stone. By DAVID FRICKE Tugging at the fingers on her right hand, Björk counts off some recent, traumatic events in her life: a 2012 throat operation; a devastating breakup with her longtime...Show More Summary
Check out how the US Navy is reacting to Rolling Stone's blockbuster new article on climate change deniers and national security US Navy Reacts To Blockbuster Rolling Stone Climate Change Story was originally published on CleanTechnica. To read more from CleanTechnica, join over 50,000 other subscribers: Google+ | Email | Facebook | RSS | Twitter.
It is suggested that if you’re a fan of Rolling Stones, Electric Light Orchestra, Fleetwood Mac, and/or TV on the Radio, you may find Bell Weather Department to the senses. This Australian group from Sydney released their debut album in 2013 and they decided to come out with a new single in 2015. No word […]
Christina Aguilera will guest star on “Nashville” as a pop star who loves to sing country. [Rolling Stone] Turns out, Tyga might not be dating Kylie Jenner after all, and could be hooking up with more age-appropriate Selena Gomez instead. [Dlisted (1), (2)] Darren Criss will star in Hedwig and the Angry Inch on Broadway […]
n celebration and anticipation of the final seven episodes of the series hailed by Rolling Stone as “the greatest TV drama of all time,” AMC, in conjunction with Lionsgate and cultural institutions from coast to coast, will honor Mad Men
Music critic Robert Christgau‘s memoir comes out February 24. To whet the appetite, Rolling Stone has teased an excerpt one week ahead of the book’s release. Going Into the City: Portrait of a Critic as a Young Man covers Christgau’s life and career up to the mid-1980s, when he left his post as music editor of the Village Voice. Show More Summary
Why is our fake news so much better than our "real" news? Oh, never mind, we all know the answer. Via Rolling Stone: As Last Week Tonight host John Oliver notes early in his incredible, 20-minute examination of the global battle being...Show More Summary
Saturday Night Live debuted in 1975, and the show is ready to celebrate with a 40th Anniversary Special this Sunday night. In honor of the occasion, Rolling Stone compiled a mega-list of all the aspiring actors, comedians, and entertainers that were SNL cast members over the years. Show More Summary
The SNL 40th Anniversary Special will air this Sunday. From Rolling Stone, a list of all of the regular cast members of SNL, ranked from worst to best. The worst is Robert Downey Jr. ("Making him unfunny stands as SNL's most towering achievement in terms of sucking") and the top 10 are: 10. Show More Summary
“Wherever I go they treat me the same When the whip comes down” —The Rolling Stones It’s finally upon us. Fifty Shades of Grey weekend, when years of anticipation finally culminate in a golden age of kink and erotica. The epoch of corsets and thigh-highs that American men have been waiting for. Ah, yes. Our moment. Right? Don’t believe it.
Paul McCartney is climbing the music charts once and again, and if you ask Kanye, it’s because all because of Kanye. In a recent interview with Ryan Seacrest as seen on Rolling Stone, Kanye talked about his collaboration with the former Beatle. Show More Summary
The the man described by Rolling Stone as the “The Dark Lord of the Coal Fields” is suing coal giant Alpha Natural Resources of Bristol for refusing to pay his legal bills as he approaches his April 20 criminal trial related to the worst coal mine disaster in 40 years.Read full article >>
EXCLUSIVE: Whiplash sensation Miles Teller has joined Jonah Hill to star in the Todd Phillips-directed Arms And The Dudes for Warner Brothers, based on the Rolling Stone article by Guy Lawson. The story follows two unlikely arms dealers who secured a $300 million contract to supply weapons for U.S. Show More Summary
The following article is provided by Rolling Stone. By BRIAN HIATT Mark Ronson is, at his core, a DJ and a producer for other artists — he considers his four solo albums side projects. But for his latest, the high-concept "Uptown Special,"...Show More Summary
Some call it an Irish Stonehenge. Locals in County Clare, Ireland look on the Poulnabrone dolmen as just another part of the landscape - no different from the low stone ahistorical fences which have boxed up the low rolling land for as anyone cares to remember. Show More Summary
Ever since Janet Jackson’s wardrobe malfunction during the Super Bowl XXXVIII halftime show in 2004, the NFL has kept things pretty safe when deciding on a Super Bowl halftime entertainer. Paul McCartney, the Rolling Stones, Prince (doing his least-controversial songs), Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band, The Who, Black-Eyed […]
Alt-rock group Faith No More have announced that their new album, the first in 17 years, will be called Sol Invictus (translation: Unconquered Sun) and it will be released on May 19th. Billy Gould recently told Rolling Stone: What I can say is that I think through our experience as musicians over the years, I […]
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