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Rolling Stone

Apr 01 2021
Magazine

Rolling Stone is an entertainment magazine that has been highly regarded in pop culture circles for its music and movie reviews, hard-hitting articles and interviews with favorite musicians, and the always-iconic cover images touting popular bands, TV personalities, and public figures.

Rolling Stone

Love Letters & Advice

St. Vincent’s Family Ties • Rock visionary turns to Seventies sounds to process her father’s white-collar prison experience

Empty Clubs Need a Hand

RS Recommends • OUR TOP POP-CULTURE PICKS OF THE MONTH

Ask Croz • Real-life advice from a guy who’s seen, done, and survived just about everything

Reinventing Karol G • Covid slowed her down, but the Colombian reggaeton star bounces back with new sounds

Arlo Parks’ Mellow Neo-Soul Gold

RS Charts • THE BIGGEST ARTISTS, ALBUMS, AND SONGS OF TODAY

Hip-Hop’s Future-Shock Visionary • How Playboi Carti helped shape modern rap, with an assist from punk zines, Bach, and vampire iconography

Rockin’ Roles Will Never Die

Selena Gomez • The pop star on singing in Spanish, laughing with Steve Martin, and calling out Facebook for spreading lies

The Covid Queen of South Dakota • Gov. Kristi Noem’s state has been ravaged by her Trumpian response to the pandemic — but that hasn’t paused her national ambitions

John David Washington Does the Right Thing • He’s Hollywood royalty and now a movie star in his own right — but he made sure to take a long, hard road to success

Our Last Best Chance • With Biden in office, a serious plan to combat climate change is finally in our sights — but the clock is ticking, and there is no more room for error

Will America Finally Lead On Climate? • John Kerry understands the urgency of the moment better than anyone — and now has more power than ever to act

King of the Road • Pete Buttigieg’s quest to flip the script on infrastructure reform and turn the Department of Transportation green

Gina McCarthy is Back in Charge • The former EPA head is now Biden’s domestic climate czar, on a mission to harness the federal government’s might to stop climate change

How Michael Regan Plans to Fix the EPA • The 44-year-old must restore a depleted agency while implementing the most ambitious climate agenda in history

New Tech to Tackle the Crisis • Climate change can make us feel hopeless, but new technology can help the world kick the carbon habit. We already have market-ready solutions like solar, wind, and hydropower, and here are seven advances on the horizon that could make modern living more sustainable in the years ahead

Will Democrats Get it Right This Time? • If Congress has any hope of addressing the climate crisis, it’ll have to learn from its abysmal failure in 2010

How the Climate Crisis Will Change What We Eat

A Matter of Faith • Young evangelicals are waking up to the threat of climate change — and working to bring their church along with them

Generation Limbo • A year with the class of 2020, which graduated into Covid-19 and a deep recession — and had to put adult life on hold

Music

T.V.

Movies

Robert Redford • The acting legend on his climate activism and lifelong search for the truth


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Frequency: Monthly Pages: 82 Publisher: Penske Media Corporation Edition: Apr 01 2021

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  • Release date: April 6, 2021

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Rolling Stone is an entertainment magazine that has been highly regarded in pop culture circles for its music and movie reviews, hard-hitting articles and interviews with favorite musicians, and the always-iconic cover images touting popular bands, TV personalities, and public figures.

Rolling Stone

Love Letters & Advice

St. Vincent’s Family Ties • Rock visionary turns to Seventies sounds to process her father’s white-collar prison experience

Empty Clubs Need a Hand

RS Recommends • OUR TOP POP-CULTURE PICKS OF THE MONTH

Ask Croz • Real-life advice from a guy who’s seen, done, and survived just about everything

Reinventing Karol G • Covid slowed her down, but the Colombian reggaeton star bounces back with new sounds

Arlo Parks’ Mellow Neo-Soul Gold

RS Charts • THE BIGGEST ARTISTS, ALBUMS, AND SONGS OF TODAY

Hip-Hop’s Future-Shock Visionary • How Playboi Carti helped shape modern rap, with an assist from punk zines, Bach, and vampire iconography

Rockin’ Roles Will Never Die

Selena Gomez • The pop star on singing in Spanish, laughing with Steve Martin, and calling out Facebook for spreading lies

The Covid Queen of South Dakota • Gov. Kristi Noem’s state has been ravaged by her Trumpian response to the pandemic — but that hasn’t paused her national ambitions

John David Washington Does the Right Thing • He’s Hollywood royalty and now a movie star in his own right — but he made sure to take a long, hard road to success

Our Last Best Chance • With Biden in office, a serious plan to combat climate change is finally in our sights — but the clock is ticking, and there is no more room for error

Will America Finally Lead On Climate? • John Kerry understands the urgency of the moment better than anyone — and now has more power than ever to act

King of the Road • Pete Buttigieg’s quest to flip the script on infrastructure reform and turn the Department of Transportation green

Gina McCarthy is Back in Charge • The former EPA head is now Biden’s domestic climate czar, on a mission to harness the federal government’s might to stop climate change

How Michael Regan Plans to Fix the EPA • The 44-year-old must restore a depleted agency while implementing the most ambitious climate agenda in history

New Tech to Tackle the Crisis • Climate change can make us feel hopeless, but new technology can help the world kick the carbon habit. We already have market-ready solutions like solar, wind, and hydropower, and here are seven advances on the horizon that could make modern living more sustainable in the years ahead

Will Democrats Get it Right This Time? • If Congress has any hope of addressing the climate crisis, it’ll have to learn from its abysmal failure in 2010

How the Climate Crisis Will Change What We Eat

A Matter of Faith • Young evangelicals are waking up to the threat of climate change — and working to bring their church along with them

Generation Limbo • A year with the class of 2020, which graduated into Covid-19 and a deep recession — and had to put adult life on hold

Music

T.V.

Movies

Robert Redford • The acting legend on his climate activism and lifelong search for the truth


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