Bobby Vee has died after a “five-year bout with Alzheimer’s disease,” according to a report by Rolling Stone magazine on Monday, October 24. Vee was a huge star in the sixties, known for his boyish good looks, big grin, and fun songs, but also known as the guy who stepped in “the Day the Music... Show More Summary
Woman at center of debunked story of rape at a UVA fraternity says she didn't know what "on-the-record" meant when journalist interviewed her
U-Va. student told friends and school administrators that she felt pressured into working with reporter, who “skewed” quotes and took them out of context.
Hip-hop pioneers Eric B. & Rakim have confirmed plans for a 2017 tour, as well as remastered album and videos releases, as reported by Rolling Stone. The duo, described by All Music as being the “premier” 1980s rap team who, alongside other greats like Public Enemy and Run DMC, literally helped define the genre. Show More Summary
“The person I had talked to was not the person I was familiar with from my story." The post Rolling Stone reporter recalls moment when the “Jackie” story fell apart appeared first on Hot Air.
If 73-year old Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger can be expecting a child (his 8th) with is pregnant ballerina girlfriend, why can’t 60-year actor Mel Gibson be awaiting the birth of a child with his 26-year old girlfriend of two years, Rosalind Ross? It’s not like anyone would be grilling them and giving them the second... Read More »
The Last Record: The Berlin-based Producer And One Records Founder Loves The Rolling Stones.
The Rolling Stone reporter currently being sued for defamation over a discredited and retracted story of gang rape at the University of Virginia took the stand this week to convince jurors that her source was utterly convincing, Charlottesville Newsplex reports. According to the Washington Post, Sabrina Erdely not only found...
Former magazine writer Sabrina Rubin Erdely described to a federal jury the phone call that made her realize the alleged victim had been lying to her
Sabrina Rubin Erdely testifies at defamation trial that she tried to reach subject’s mother and was rebuffed in requests to speak to the U-Va. administrator now suing her.
The free concert festival put on by the Stones outside San Francisco was poorly planned, hastily thrown together, and heedlessly run. The tragedy forever haunts the band.
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - The University of Virginia student who fabricated a gang rape story published in Rolling Stone got a tattoo to commemorate the supposed assault and her ability to overcome it, the story’s reporter testified onShow More Summary
In an interview with Rolling Stone, filmmaker Michael Moore launched a blistering attack on GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump, comparing him to a “pedophile” and wavering voters considering casting their ballots for him as “legal terrorists.” Moore used the interview to...
The University of Virginia student who fabricated a gang rape story published in Rolling Stone got a tattoo to commemorate the supposed assault and her ability to overcome it, the story’s reporter testified on Friday. News of the tattoo came to light as former Rolling Stone reporter Sabrina...
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The band's first release in over a decade.
Rolling Stone reviews: Cher joined James Corden Thursday to perform “I Got You, Bae,” a modernized version of Sonny & Cher’s 1965 hit “I Got You Babe,” on The Late Late Show. “I’m going to do one of my favorite songs tonight,” the singer told the crowd. “But I want to do it in a... The post Cher & James Corden – I Got You Bae [VIDEO] appeared first on Joe.My.God..
Oscar-winning documentarian-provocateur Michael Moore said in an interview with Rolling Stone published Friday that anyone choosing to vote for Trump was effectively a "legal terrorist."
Sabrina Rubin Erdely, a journalist for Rolling Stone, took the stand on Thursday to testify in regard to a story she had written about the alleged “gang rape” of a University of Virginia student known only as “Jackie.” Questioning began by attorneys representing the university administrator who is suing Rolling Stone over the piece due... Show More Summary
ONLY BECAUSE SHE’S IN COURT: Rolling Stone‘s University of Virginia frat rape lie rolls on. Reporter Sabrina Rubin Erdely admitted to some errors. Albeit reluctantly. I know, calling Erdely a reporter is a stretch. Fabricator-propagandist-liar may be a more precise description, but let’s see what the court decides.