Multiple sources snitched, and property records do indeed confirm, that gloriously eccentric actor James Spader (Rolling Stone once called him “the strangest man on TV”) has sold his home in the historic and affluent Windsor Square neighborhood, west of Downtown Los Angeles, in an off-market deal for $4 million. The three-time Emmy winner — who... Read more »
Five years ago in Rolling Stone, Tim Dickinson described Roger Ailes as 'one of the most skilled and fearsome' operatives in the history of the Republican Party. As a political consultant, Ailes repackaged Richard Nixon for television...Show More Summary
L.A. Reid, currently the chairman and CEO of Epic Records, dropped a real bomb last Friday when he announced that a new Tribe Called Quest album will see the light of day “very soon,” according to Rolling Stone. What’s more, according...Show More Summary
Elvis, The Beach Boys, Dusty Springfield and more will set the stage for the 1968-set game.
Margot Robbie stops by the Rolling Stones exhibit with a group of pals last week in London, England. Among those in the group were Margot‘s boyfriend Tom Ackerley, Cara Delevingne (not pictured), and Amber Heard, who had just settled her divorce from Johnny Depp earlier in the week. Later, Margot, Cara, Amber, and their buddies [...]
Koko is one of the most famous gorillas in the world, and she recently leveraged that popularity into an opportunity to hang out with Flea, one of the most famous members of the Red Hot Chili Peppers. As reported by Rolling Stone, Flea...Show More Summary
"He will eat your shoulder right off...."ADDED: Here's the Rolling Stone article he's talking about, from June 3, 1976, "Fear and Loathing on the Campaign Trail '76/Third-rate romance, low-rent rendezvous — hanging with Ted Kennedy,Show More Summary
Matt Roberts, the lead guitarist for 3 Doors Down from the group's founding in 1996 until he left for health reasons in 2012, was found dead Saturday in a Wisconsin hotel, reports Rolling Stone. He was 38. "I was wakened at 8:50 this morning by some detectives beating on...
Amy Schumer has weighed in on Kurt Metzger’s controversial comments defending comedian Aaron Glaser, according to Rolling Stone. The comedienne criticized writer Kurt Metzger, who works on her Comedy Central show Inside Amy Schumer, for comments he posted to his Facebook page last weekend. Show More Summary
UPDATE: Rolling Stone reports that Boys Don't Cry is a separate project. It'll be released this weekend, apparently.
DC's Rebirth rolls on next month with the debut of CYBORG's new series. Here's an early preview.
Kansas City yesterday as we got into town. Today is overcast, so you’re getting the better picture, even if it’s slightly tardy. Today at MidAmeriCon, at 1pm, I’m doing a reading, where I will be reading two (2) pieces no one has ever heard me read before. If you’re at the convention, don’t miss it. […]
Frank Ocean, who has recently made a habit of torturing his fans who just want new music from him, released a film last night. This, as Rolling Stone reports, is not a substitute for his long-awaited album. Instead, it’s another project called Endless, which is available via Apple Music and does have new songs, as well as an Isley Brothers cover. Show More Summary
Rich Cohen discusses his new book The Sun & the Moon & the Rolling Stones, writing book proposals, and interviewing rock stars.
While Frank Ocean fans wait for his next long-awaited LP "Boys Don't Cry," he's given them something else. The R&B artist has released a visual album via his livestream at boysdontcry.co, called "Endless." As Rolling Stone reports, "Endless"...Show More Summary
Frank Ocean may have just released a new visual album, Endless, but the singer is showing no signs of slowing down. According to Rolling Stone, the new album is a completely different release from the previously announced Boys Don‘tShow More Summary
One of the strangest musical moments of this summer came at the end of Donald Trump’s acceptance speech at the Republican National Convention, when the balloons dropped and “You Can’t Always Get What You Want,” by the Rolling Stones, began playing. Show More Summary
Freddie Gibbs Charged With Sexual Assault Rapper Freddie Gibbs has been formally charged with sexual assault. The Indiana emcee who says he’s innocent is facing rape charges stemming from a 2015 incident in Austria. Rolling Stone reports: Two-and-a-half months after
PartyNextDoor still feels incredibly guilty. In a new interview with Rolling Stone, the musician opened up about ex Kehlani's suicide attempt earlier this year. The singer admitted on Instagram at the time that she "wanted to leave this earth" after a picture PND posted cause the internet to unleash its wrath on the R&B artist. The Come [...]