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Rolling Stone

May 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

Lucy Dacus Remembers Everything • Few in indie rock can write an emotional gut punch like her, but that’s not all she’s about

Stairway to Bootleg-LP Heaven

The Ultimate Sound at Home • Headphones, speakers, turntables, and more of the best new audio tech

Healing Us Softly With Her Song

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

2021 Music Docs Breakdown

How Lil Yachty Got His Second Act • Five years ago, the rapper garnered the title ‘King of the Teens’ — and a lot of criticism. Today, he’s a mentor and a mogul

Eric Church • The country superstar on his new triple LP, getting back on the road, and why you can’t go half Meat Loaf

The Trouble With MeidasTouch • The brothers behind the breakout anti-Trump PAC are the golden boys of the #Resistance, but when ‘Rolling Stone’ took a look beneath the surface, their response turned Trumpian

Issa Rae Can’t Stop, Won’t Stop • She brought a singular voice to TV with Insecure. Now Hollywood’s queen of comedy is building an empire

The Year That TV Saved Us • As life outside our homes shut down, the small screen became our treasured path to a much-needed safe escape

The Magic of “Wandavision” • Inside the making of the year’s biggest, boldest show — a superhero sitcom mash-up that explores grief, trauma, and the beating hearts of Marvel’s complicated men and women in tights

The New Adventures of Old TV • THESE DAYS, TV SHOWS DON’T DIE — they just sit around and wait for their reboot. Networks think, ‘Why risk something new when you’ve got a built-in fan base?’ The past year has seen a whole crop of reboots and revivals announced. Here are a few we’re most anxious to see.

The Good Thief of “Lupin” • Behind the scenes of Netflix’s electrifying crime-caper sensation out of France — a series that’s given us television’s most charming new antihero

Hollywood’s Not-So-Easy Rider • On TV, Justin Theroux is great at being difficult. In real life, the ‘Mosquito Coast’ star couldn’t be happier

Barry Jenkins Finds Hope “Underground” • The Oscar-winning director on tackling the brutality of slavery in America through his limited-series adaptation of the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel ‘The Underground Railroad’

The 50 Best Sitcoms of All Time

Phife Dawg Forever • He was the Everyman at the heart of A Tribe Called Quest. Five years after his death, his family and friends unveil his final album and celebrate his legacy

The Fort Bragg Murders • At least 44 Fort Bragg soldiers died stateside in 2020 — several of them were homicides. Families want answers. But the Army isn’t giving any

Prisoners and the Pandemic • Elderly, locked up, and at risk — the life and death of the incarcerated during Covid

Music

Movies

Marianne Faithfull • The vocal legend on the price of fame and the wisdom that comes with age


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Frequency: Monthly Pages: 84 Publisher: Penske Media Corporation Edition: May 01 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

Lucy Dacus Remembers Everything • Few in indie rock can write an emotional gut punch like her, but that’s not all she’s about

Stairway to Bootleg-LP Heaven

The Ultimate Sound at Home • Headphones, speakers, turntables, and more of the best new audio tech

Healing Us Softly With Her Song

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

2021 Music Docs Breakdown

How Lil Yachty Got His Second Act • Five years ago, the rapper garnered the title ‘King of the Teens’ — and a lot of criticism. Today, he’s a mentor and a mogul

Eric Church • The country superstar on his new triple LP, getting back on the road, and why you can’t go half Meat Loaf

The Trouble With MeidasTouch • The brothers behind the breakout anti-Trump PAC are the golden boys of the #Resistance, but when ‘Rolling Stone’ took a look beneath the surface, their response turned Trumpian

Issa Rae Can’t Stop, Won’t Stop • She brought a singular voice to TV with Insecure. Now Hollywood’s queen of comedy is building an empire

The Year That TV Saved Us • As life outside our homes shut down, the small screen became our treasured path to a much-needed safe escape

The Magic of “Wandavision” • Inside the making of the year’s biggest, boldest show — a superhero sitcom mash-up that explores grief, trauma, and the beating hearts of Marvel’s complicated men and women in tights

The New Adventures of Old TV • THESE DAYS, TV SHOWS DON’T DIE — they just sit around and wait for their reboot. Networks think, ‘Why risk something new when you’ve got a built-in fan base?’ The past year has seen a whole crop of reboots and revivals announced. Here are a few we’re most anxious to see.

The Good Thief of “Lupin” • Behind the scenes of Netflix’s electrifying crime-caper sensation out of France — a series that’s given us television’s most charming new antihero

Hollywood’s Not-So-Easy Rider • On TV, Justin Theroux is great at being difficult. In real life, the ‘Mosquito Coast’ star couldn’t be happier

Barry Jenkins Finds Hope “Underground” • The Oscar-winning director on tackling the brutality of slavery in America through his limited-series adaptation of the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel ‘The Underground Railroad’

The 50 Best Sitcoms of All Time

Phife Dawg Forever • He was the Everyman at the heart of A Tribe Called Quest. Five years after his death, his family and friends unveil his final album and celebrate his legacy

The Fort Bragg Murders • At least 44 Fort Bragg soldiers died stateside in 2020 — several of them were homicides. Families want answers. But the Army isn’t giving any

Prisoners and the Pandemic • Elderly, locked up, and at risk — the life and death of the incarcerated during Covid

Music

Movies

Marianne Faithfull • The vocal legend on the price of fame and the wisdom that comes with age


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