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Rolling Stone

May 01 2022
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

Benito’s Excellent Adventure

New York’s Scrappiest Rock Band Glows Up • For the three musicians in Sunflower Bean, the pandemic unlocked a new sense of freedom

Euphoria on the Dance Floor

Anitta: Brazil’s Fearless, Fun Superstar

Lucky Daye: Exquisite Taste and Soul for Days

Welcome to the Great Pinocchio Revival of 2022 • IT’S NO LIE: Somehow, there are three new adaptations of Pinocchio, the 1883 Italian novel about a wooden puppet who just wants to be a real boy, hitting the big screen this year. Which is for you? Take your pick.

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

MEET THE FUTURE OF MUSICA MEXICANA

Inside the Metaphysical Mind of Natasha Lyonne • Her show ‘Russian Doll’ plumbs the depths of existence. Here’s what it’s taught her about life

Sam Raimi Conquers Marvel’s Multiverse • The director who helped turn superhero movies into pop mythmaking returns — and he’s ready to start his second act

The Heartbeat of the Foos • He was one of the 21st century’s most beloved drummers and a flag bearer for the spirit of rock & roll. Then it all ended, way too soon

Becky G • The ‘reverse crossover’ star on empowering women, singing at the Oscars, and working with another ‘G’

Wrestler, Rapper, Right-Wing Troll • Online, you can become a star by rapping conservative talking points, even if you probably don’t believe in them

How Joe Manchin Walked Away From Saving Democracy • Biden promised to fix voting rights. The only problem was the senator from West Virginia had other ideas

‘We Are Tired of Killing’ • A journey to the front lines with an elite unit of Ukrainian marines willing to sacrifice everything

Mr Beast • How a gawky kid from small-town North Carolina built a YouTube empire on pranks, do-gooding, and mountains of cold, hard cash

Why’s it so Hard for Black Creators to Get Their Due? • A year after the TikTok ‘dance strike,’ Black creators looking for credit and compensation face a complicated landscape

Meet Social Media’s Next Wave • Six young creators who go beyond ‘influencing’ to bring knowledge, humor, compassion, and perspective to our world

The Scuba Sleuths of YouTube • What started as treasure hunting turned into an obsession with solving cold cases, one submerged car at a time

Bella Poarch vs. the World • From a painful childhood to military service to global pop stardom, the TikTok sensation keeps defying the odds

Don't Like the VIP List? Go Cry About it • As the VIP List, Meg Radice and Audrey Jongens became TikTok’s most notorious aspirational food bloggers, but by leaning into their fake rich-girl image, they hit it big

The Guide to Being a Himbo • TikTok ushered in a himbo renaissance, bringing self-aware hunks onto our phones — and into our hearts. We asked four how they felt about this newfound role, and how to join the movement

Not Just Benny Drama • Benito Skinner found his voice as Benny Drama. But the sketch comedian and celebrity impersonator — whose Kardashian take landed him a visit from Kris Jenner — is just getting started

The Cringe Matrix • A breakdown of the most awkward online trends

The Last Treasure Hunt • HUNTER LEWIS GREW UP AN ADVENTURE-LOVING KID IN NORTHERN CALIFORNIA. FOR TWO YEARS HE PLANNED AN ELABORATE OUTDOOR QUEST FOR FRIENDS AND FAMILY. AND THEN HE WENT MISSING

Music

T.V.

Movies

Jon Hamm • The...


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Frequency: Monthly Pages: 84 Publisher: Penske Media Corporation Edition: May 01 2022

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  • Release date: May 3, 2022

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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

Benito’s Excellent Adventure

New York’s Scrappiest Rock Band Glows Up • For the three musicians in Sunflower Bean, the pandemic unlocked a new sense of freedom

Euphoria on the Dance Floor

Anitta: Brazil’s Fearless, Fun Superstar

Lucky Daye: Exquisite Taste and Soul for Days

Welcome to the Great Pinocchio Revival of 2022 • IT’S NO LIE: Somehow, there are three new adaptations of Pinocchio, the 1883 Italian novel about a wooden puppet who just wants to be a real boy, hitting the big screen this year. Which is for you? Take your pick.

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

MEET THE FUTURE OF MUSICA MEXICANA

Inside the Metaphysical Mind of Natasha Lyonne • Her show ‘Russian Doll’ plumbs the depths of existence. Here’s what it’s taught her about life

Sam Raimi Conquers Marvel’s Multiverse • The director who helped turn superhero movies into pop mythmaking returns — and he’s ready to start his second act

The Heartbeat of the Foos • He was one of the 21st century’s most beloved drummers and a flag bearer for the spirit of rock & roll. Then it all ended, way too soon

Becky G • The ‘reverse crossover’ star on empowering women, singing at the Oscars, and working with another ‘G’

Wrestler, Rapper, Right-Wing Troll • Online, you can become a star by rapping conservative talking points, even if you probably don’t believe in them

How Joe Manchin Walked Away From Saving Democracy • Biden promised to fix voting rights. The only problem was the senator from West Virginia had other ideas

‘We Are Tired of Killing’ • A journey to the front lines with an elite unit of Ukrainian marines willing to sacrifice everything

Mr Beast • How a gawky kid from small-town North Carolina built a YouTube empire on pranks, do-gooding, and mountains of cold, hard cash

Why’s it so Hard for Black Creators to Get Their Due? • A year after the TikTok ‘dance strike,’ Black creators looking for credit and compensation face a complicated landscape

Meet Social Media’s Next Wave • Six young creators who go beyond ‘influencing’ to bring knowledge, humor, compassion, and perspective to our world

The Scuba Sleuths of YouTube • What started as treasure hunting turned into an obsession with solving cold cases, one submerged car at a time

Bella Poarch vs. the World • From a painful childhood to military service to global pop stardom, the TikTok sensation keeps defying the odds

Don't Like the VIP List? Go Cry About it • As the VIP List, Meg Radice and Audrey Jongens became TikTok’s most notorious aspirational food bloggers, but by leaning into their fake rich-girl image, they hit it big

The Guide to Being a Himbo • TikTok ushered in a himbo renaissance, bringing self-aware hunks onto our phones — and into our hearts. We asked four how they felt about this newfound role, and how to join the movement

Not Just Benny Drama • Benito Skinner found his voice as Benny Drama. But the sketch comedian and celebrity impersonator — whose Kardashian take landed him a visit from Kris Jenner — is just getting started

The Cringe Matrix • A breakdown of the most awkward online trends

The Last Treasure Hunt • HUNTER LEWIS GREW UP AN ADVENTURE-LOVING KID IN NORTHERN CALIFORNIA. FOR TWO YEARS HE PLANNED AN ELABORATE OUTDOOR QUEST FOR FRIENDS AND FAMILY. AND THEN HE WENT MISSING

Music

T.V.

Movies

Jon Hamm • The...


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