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Candidates announced for Saturday night’s GOP debate

Now read this:Cruz campaign discovers actress in ad is porn star, pulls ad (Feb 12, 2016) Clinton, Sanders embrace Obama in debate (Feb 12, 2016) Democratic debate open thread (Feb 11, 2016) Rolling Stones tell Trump to stop using their songs (Feb 11, 2016) Rubio tax plan would cost $6.8 trillion (Feb 11, 2016) Cruz: [...]

The Food Lab: Here's Why McDonald's Burgers Don't Rot

Like Rolling Stones farewell tours or the McRib, every few years they seem to come back. I'm talking about those ready-made-for-reposting, viral-friendly photographs of McDonald's food that doesn't seem to ever rot, even after sitting out for years or decades. Surely a "real" hamburger should mold, get eaten by bugs, or otherwise decay, right? Not so fast.

Watch Highlights From Harley-Davidson and Rolling Stone's Fashion Week Party

On Wednesday, February 10th, Rolling Stone and Harley-Davidson celebrated Fashion Week and the motorcycle brand's Black Label Collection with an exclusive party. DJ Cassidy, known for his work at high-profile functions including Beyoncé and Jay Z's wedding, kicked off the festivities with a special set, and rap star and actor Ludacris had the crowd moving with...

What Are Kendrick Lamar's Chances for a Grammy Victory?

Kendrick Lamar's sprawling, incisive, virtuosic To Pimp a Butterfly is the best album of 2015. Rolling Stone said it. Entertainment Weekly agrees. So did the Guardian, so does Pitchfork and so did a whole bunch of other places too. But will the Grammy voters agree?  Hip-hop's relationship with the Grammys has been rocky at best. When Run-D.M.C....

Favorite Rolling Stones song? Martin Scorsese, Mick Jagger weigh in

The first episode of "Vinyl" airs on Valentine's Day, but ahead that, Jagger and Scorsese sat down with TODAY's Willie Geist to share their love for the project.

Squarespace shows Grammy nominee Leon Bridges' rise from dishwasher to soul sensation

Squarespace has enlisted soul star Leon Bridges to helm its ad campaign during the Grammys this Sunday. The Grammy-nominated artist, whose debut album Rolling Stone said "sounded like the second coming of Sam Cooke," worked as dishwasher...Show More Summary

Rolling Stones Message To Donald Trump: ‘You Can’t Always Get What You Want’

The Rolling Stones are one of a growing list of musicians who don’t want Donald Trump playing their music at political campaigns. Despite finishing first in New Hampshire, he isn’t getting any love from Mick Jagger or his band mates....Show More Summary

Go Inside Harley-Davidson, Rolling Stone's Party With Ludacris, DJ Cassidy

On Wednesday, February 10th, Rolling Stone and Harley-Davidson teamed up to throw an exclusive Fashion Week event to celebrate the motorcycle brand's Black Label Collection. The party went down at Harley-Davidson's New York City-Tribeca dealership, where celebrities, industry insiders and friends of Harley-Davidson and Rolling Stone enjoyed a set by DJ Cassidy...

Rolling Stones tell Trump to stop using their songs

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Tom Hanks To Host ‘SNL’ Primetime Special With Keith Richards

Tom Hanks will host and Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards will be the musical guest for a primetime episode of Saturday Night Live on Saturday from 10-11 PM. NBC and SNL had previously announced they were doing such specials during...Show More Summary

Explore the Wild Fashion of Seventies NYC in New RS Mini-Doc

Nile Rodgers, the Strokes' Albert Hammond Jr., author Fran Lebowitz and more reminisce about the style of the early Seventies in the second installment of 1973: Shaping the Culture, a new video series from Rolling Stone, presented by HBO's new show Vinyl. "What's great about '73 is that, everybody forgets this,...

Rolling Stones Say Trump Has No Permission To Use Songs At Rallies

The Rolling Stones have no time for Donald Trump. Trump included Stones songs like "You Can’t Always Get What You Want” and "Brown Sugar" on a self-curated playlist used at various campaign stops, the New Yorker reported. Apparently,...Show More Summary

Ellen’s Wild Week With Rihanna, Sia, George Clooney, Tim Tebow

Ellen DeGeneres is great at getting her guests to open up, particularly when she plays her famous game “Never Have I Ever” with them. Rolling Stone reports that the latest stars to play the game with Ellen were none other than Rihanna and George Clooney. Show More Summary

Ace Frehley Announces New LP, 'White Room' Cover, Paul Stanley Reunion

Ace Frehley is beginning the new year by looking back. The former Kiss guitarist's new LP, Origins Vol. 1 – due out April 15th – finds him covering songs by Jimi Hendrix, the Rolling Stones, Thin Lizzy and other artists that have inspired him over the years. His heavy-hitting take...

Paul McCartney and Skype Have Teamed Up To Create The First "Audio Emojis"

What's so good? Paul McCartney is no stranger to musical experimentation. Perusing Rolling Stone's list of McCartney's "weirdest" compositions reveals a treasure trove of endeavors that reach far beyond his beloved silly-love songs.Show More Summary

Relive the Gritty Glory of CBGB in New RS Mini-Doc About '70s NYC

Nile Rodgers, rock journalist Legs McNeil and more recall the birth of punk and the gritty, gross glory of CBGB in the first installment of 1973: Shaping the Culture, a new video series from Rolling Stone, presented by HBO's new show Vinyl. Hilly Kristal opened CBGB & OMFUG — "Country, Bluegrass,...

Stones: No ‘Sympathy’ for Trump

2 days agoNews : The Daily Beast

The Rolling Stones are the latest pop performers to say that Donald Trump never asked for their permission to use their songs at campaign rallies.

Rolling Stone And Showtime Are Joining Forces, Get The Details

If someone had asked me a couple of weeks ago what Rolling Stone Magazine and subscription cable network Showtime have in common, I don?t think I could have gotten much farther than guessing a rather large subscription base. Click To Continue Reading

Showtime Taps Rolling Stone Articles For Docuseries Pilot

Showtime is covering Rolling Stone. Actually, the premium cabler today confirmed that it has ordered a pilot based on articles from the venerable music and pop culture magazine. Showtime told Deadline’s sister publication WWD that it...Show More Summary

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