"I will not pretend there is nothing we can do to stop this," he said, noting he might also send in the FBI
Rolling Stone has never been a jazz-specialist publication, but in the Seventies, the magazine made sure readers stayed apprised of the jazz world as part of a well-rounded musical diet. In the thousands of record reviews Rolling Stone printed between 1970 and 1979, there were hundreds of jazz albums covered,...
Good morning. Amid magazine’s turmoil, a rocker’s kind words Among those "in the house" Thursday night for U2's knockout concert at Madison Square Garden in New York was Jann Wenner, the Rolling Stone founder and boss. It must have been...Show More Summary
Perhaps the biggest compliment I can give to The End of the Tour, the new film about a five-day interview between the writer David Foster Wallace and Rolling Stone reporter David Lipsky, is that I finally started reading Wallace aga...
The fate of Rolling Stone critic Peter Travers, one of the most established media personalities in the film industry, was thrown into uncertainty Thursday night after the company sought a downgrade in his employment status.
Rolling Stone changes the pace! Instead of featuring a musician, comedian Kevin Hart dons the cover of the August 13, 2015 issue! The Real Husbands of Hollywood star shared snaps on Instagram, captioning the first “God is truly amazing….I can officially check a major goal off of my list….That goal was to one day grace the […]
The college fraternity that Rolling Stone magazine smeared as rapists in a story that ended up being a 100% false story are now suing the purported music magazine for defamation.
ASHE SCHOW: Fraternity brothers sue Rolling Stone as top editor resigns. Take ‘em to the cleaners.
According to The New York Times, Will Dana, the managing editor who oversaw Rolling Stone’s trumped up UVA gang rape story, is leaving the magazine.
A tumultuous 24 hours at Wenner Media began with Wednesday with the resignation of longtime Rolling Stone managing editor Will Dana; the filing of defamation lawsuits in New York federal district court by three University of Virginia...Show More Summary
In their new movie The End of the Tour, Jason Segel and Jesse Eisenberg play two writers— acclaimed author David Foster Wallace and Rolling Stone reporter David Lipsky — who in 1996 conducted a marathon five-day interview while Wallace finished promoting his beloved novel, Infinite Jest. Befitting their roles, Segel and Eisenberg...
I merely assume all that stuff at the end -- isn't that always how it works? You cannot fail in the progressive politico-corporate-media complex. If you publish things that aren't true, but help The Cause (and why would you ever...
Bobbi Bowers / CC BY-ND 2.0 Three former members of the University of Virginia’s Phi Kappa Psi fraternity have sued Rolling Stone magazine for alleged defamation and infliction of emotional distress, “saying the magazine’s discredited...Show More Summary
News of the lawsuit by former Phi Kappa Psi members comes along with word that Rolling Stone's managing editor, Will Dana, has resigned.
"It's about a compilation of exes, to be honest," Leigh Nash laughs to Rolling Stone Country about her new single, "Somebody's Yesterday," from her upcoming solo album The State I'm In. As the lead singer of Sixpence None the Richer, Nash is no stranger to love songs. "Somebody's Yesterday" is...
Good morning. Will Dana joined the magazine in 1996 As the late, great Peggy Lee sang, "Is that all there is?" Finally, an editor at the magazine departs after the totally bungled tale of alleged gang rape at the University of Virginia. Show More Summary
The editor who was leading Rolling Stone in November when the magazine published a since-discredited article detailing an alleged fraternity gang rape at the University of Virginia is stepping down. The announcement of his departure came the same day as the latest in a string of defamation lawsuits...
Lawsuits related to incidents of sexual assault have hit Rolling Stone Magazine and DC’s Bandolero restaurant with accusations of wrongdoing. This is a round-up of legal news from ALM and around the country.
Rolling Stone's managing editor, Will Dana, is saying goodbye to the iconic magazine. His last day is August 7, according to the New York Times. Dana's departure, after 19 years with Rolling Stone, comes at a time when the magazine is reeling from a botched exposè about an alleged rape on the campus of the University of Virginia. Show More Summary
Will Dana is leaving the magazine after 19 years. read more