"Not that there's anything wrong with that." Ronda Rousey is one of the busiest athletes in sports today. Aside from ruling the Octagon thanks to the hours, weeks, and months of training she does prior to a fight, she has movie commitments,...Show More Summary
Pat Benatar and Neil Giraldo – Heartbreaker/ Ring of Fire As Rolling Stone wrote last week… Pat Benatar and Neil Giraldo: ‘We’re Like Johnny and June’ On August 1st, 1981, Pat Benatar strutted her way onto MTV, the upstart video channel that would change the way a generation listened to music. The petite New York...
Beatles versus Rolling Stones. Ironman versus the Incredible Hulk. Deep dish versus thin crust. Such differences of opinion among family and friends rarely end in serious squabbles. Let the conversation turn to political parties, however, and lively disagreements can become downright ugly. Show More Summary
Rolling Stone reporter Matt Taibbi says the media has failed to come to terms with its role in rallying the country into the Iraq War. In a conversation with HuffPost Live's Alyona Minkovski on Wednesday, Taibbi said there was a "massive...Show More Summary
What if media wrote as condescendingly about male musicians as they so often do about female musicians? Back in 2012, The Stranger published its satirical “Men Who Rock” issue — a play on Rolling Stone’s annual “Women Who Rock” issue — to brilliantly expose the difference. Now bandmates Emily Nokes and Bree McKenna of Tacocat are back with round two. Here’s a taste of […]
Soundtrack Of My Life: Wire's Colin Newman On Joni Mitchell, The Rolling Stones And Why He Can No Longer Listen To His Band's Biggest Hit
Last Tuesday, I interviewed the Rolling Stones' Mick Jagger for my "Anatomy of a Song" column in the Arena section of this Friday's Wall Street Journal (go here). As readers of JazzWax know, my "Anatomy" column takes a deep dive...
The Rolling Stones have been hanging out in California for a few days, apparently. After playing a sold-out show at Petco Park Sunday night, rumors began swirling this week that the Stones were still in the area, prepping for another...Show More Summary
One insight supplied by the Rolling Stones’ forthcoming reissue of Sticky Fingers—or, more specifically, by the many alternate song recordings the band has shared to hype its release—is that the album could’ve been entirely comprised of discarded takes and still been a stone-cold classic. Show More Summary
In 1996, Rolling Stone writer David Lipsky accompanied David Wallace Foster on his book tour in support of the just published Infinite Jest. Over that time, Lipsky’s interview for Rolling Stone turned into a real, ongoing conversation. Show More Summary
The Rolling Stones have released the alternate version of "Dead Flowers" that will appear on their upcoming deluxe reissue of Sticky Fingers. A stark departure from the country romp that came out on the group's 1971 LP, the alternate take plays up a bluesier, harder-rocking arrangement and finds Mick Jagger...
“Her portraits of celebrities, street people, and prom-goers are familiar to many Americans who saw her work in Life, National Geographic, Vogue, the New Yorker, Rolling Stone, Vanity Fair, or one of her 18 published photo collectio...
Jason Segel is taking a leap from his usual comedic roles to play real-life author David Foster Wallace in The End of the Tour. Jesse Eisenberg stars opposite him as Rolling Stone reporter David Lipsky, the writer who chronicled five...Show More Summary
Rolling Stone reporter Matt Taibbi today opened up about how "terrible" people at the magazine feel about the now-infamous UVA debacle.
From next month’s Sticky Fingers reissue
Here's the first trailer for "The End of the Tour," which garnered rave reviews at this year's Sundance Film Festival with Jason Segel starring as late novelist David Foster Wallace and Jesse Eisenberg as Rolling Stone writer David Lipsky. The...Show More Summary
David Foster Wallace fans, get your tissues ready. The trailer for the biopic The End of the Tour has finally arrived Actor Jason Segel plays the late author, which revolves around the true story of Rolling Stone reporter David Lipsky (played by Jesse Eisenberg) profiling Wallace during a book tour in 1996. Show More Summary
The following article is provided by Rolling Stone. By PATRICK DOYLE "I had to fall apart a bit," says Florence Welch of "How Big How Blue How Beautiful," the first Florence and the Machine album in four years. In the period leading up to the album, Welch, 28, endured a rough breakup with her boyfriend and was partying too much. Show More Summary
Political reporter Matt Taibbi told HuffPost Live on Wednesday that Rolling Stone's failure to properly investigate rape claims at the University of Virginia "absolutely" damaged rape victims. Taibi wasn't at Rolling Stone as scandal unfolded over the magazine's now-retracted story about rape at UVa. Show More Summary
In the wake of Rolling Stone magazine’s UVA debacle and the ongoing accusations leveled against Bill Cosby comes an explosive New York Times Magazine The Ethicists discussion. An individual whose name was withheld by request wrote in...Show More Summary