Onetime hippie home turned contemporary abode still seeks buyer Landing on the market in November for a cool $5.99 million, 164 Belvedere is a home with a lot of history behind it. Formerly owned by Rolling Stone magazine alum BaronShow More Summary
Joe Hagan is penning a biography of Rolling Stone founder Jann Wenner published by Knopf and set to debut this October. Titled Sticky Fingers: The Life and Times of Jann Wenner and Rolling Stone Magazine, the book will feature reporting based off of a number of interviews with Wenner as well as friends and associates,...
Matt Taibbi at Rolling Stone has an obituary for the monster that invented Fox News - Roger Ailes Was One of the Worst Americans Ever. We are a hate-filled, paranoid, untrusting, book-dumb and bilious people whose chief source of recreation...Show More Summary
Krayzie and Noble's fast-paced lifestyles on the road and how it's made their day-to-day different from most. Continue reading…
When Rolling Stone made its debut in November 1967, it looked like a newspaper. It was printed on pulp, and its black-and-white front page contained four columns of stories and a photo of John Lennon on a movie set. The visuals were not the point; “the cover of Rolling Stone” ... More »
z It was inevitable that Rolling Stone writer Matt Taibbi would be among the harshest commenters on the death of Fox News founder Roger Ailes. It’s hard to forget his funniest things about the death of the pope. His Ailes piece was headlined “Roger Ailes Was One of the Worst Americans Ever: Fox News founder made this the hate-filled, moronic country it is today.”
I Am Heath Ledger, the new documentary featuring previously unreleased home movies of the late actor, premiered on Spike TV Wednesday night. Rolling Stone, Entertainment Weekly, and USA Today round up highlights from the film: He knew right away he wanted to play the lead in 10 Things I Hate...
If a singer sings of suicide, then dies of his own will, what happens to the songs themselves? The question had clearly been on Chris Cornell’s mind for a while: When asked by Rolling Stone in 1994 whether it was “legitimate to read a songwriter’s demise into his lyrics after ... More »
Chris Cornell, the vocalist, guitarist, and iconic grunge musician who led the groups Soundgarden and Audioslave, has died suddenly at 52. His death is under investigation, Rolling Stone reports: The singer was in Detroit at the time of his death, ha… Read The post Soundgarden and Audioslave Frontman Chris Cornell Dead at 52 appeared first on Towleroad.
These are the stories making headlines on Wednesday.Lorde covers Rolling StoneLorde covers Rolling Stone's June 2017 issue, posing in a sequin-encrusted Gucci suit and photographed by Peggy Sirota. The cover marks the second for the singer this month, as she also appears on Elle, wearing... Continue reading
In the weeks of promotional press leading up to his debut solo record, I’ve grown fascinated with the void that is Harry Styles. When presented with any opportunity to express an opinion, whether, with Rolling Stone or The New York Times, Styles has answered with a hard “Pass.” How does he feel... Continue reading
The Beatles, The Rolling Stones and... Daleks?!
'The Little Mermaid Live' will interweave the 1989 animated film with live celebrity performances of the film's beloved tunes. read more
ABC is not one to be left in the dust when it comes to live musicals on television. NBC, in particular, has found ratings success with the likes of the Grease and Peter Pan live presentations over the past few years, while FOX took on Hairspray at the end of last year. Now, as THR…
Lorde looks so intense on the cover of Rolling Stone. Here’s what the 20-year-old entertainer had to share with the mag: On giving herself the stage name “Lorde”: “I don’t know, it’s a bit boring: Ella Yelich-O’Connor. Can you imagine them shouting it at a festival? It just made sense to me to elevate it.” [...]
When Johnny Depp created the persona of Captain Jack Sparrow in 2003’s Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl, his inspiration was a rock and roll pirate in the mood of Rolling Stones’ member Keith Richards. Richards then returned the compliment by appearing in Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End, as Keeper of […]
The 2020 Olympics announced in 2016 that skateboarding would be a featured game, and now it appears that the kids skateboarding camp trend is stronger than ever in 2017. When Rolling Stone covered the announcement about skateboarding...Show More Summary
We’ve known since last year that Pirates of the Caribbean was bringing another legendary rock star into the high seas franchise after having Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards play Jack Sparrow’s father previously. This time, it...Show More Summary
It's a good question for a U.K. reporter to ask Jann Wenner in this, the 50th anniversary year of Rolling Stone magazine. And so, The Observer's Tim Lewis does: You went into partnership with Mick Jagger to create a British edition of Rolling Stone in the late 1960s, but it closed after a few months....