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Rolling Stone

Oct 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

Taylor’s Staying Up All Night This Fall

The Redemption of Farruko • The Puerto Rican star opens up about why he traded ‘Pepas’ and partying for a new spiritual chapter

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

The Coolest Gear of 2022 • From the sleekest new smartphone to the best wireless cans, and beyond

16 Faces of Cate Blanchett • In this month’s ‘Tár,’ the Oscar winner plays a classical-music conductor caught in a downward spiral — another entry in her stable of complicated women, which we’ve charted from kindly Earth mother to Goddess of Death. By David Fear

Inside the Making of ‘Andor,’ the Rebel Star Wars Series • The showrunner and cast reveal why the latest Disney+ show is like no other

Ozzy: Back From Hell • Severe health issues had the Prince of Darkness worried he’d never go onstage again. Inside his latest comeback

Babyface Is Back to Help Us Exhale • Nobody does sad love songs like Babyface — and after years in the wilderness, he’s enjoying the pop moment he predicted

Maya Hawke • The ‘Stranger Things’ star on her new album, wanting to die (onscreen), and which of her parents’ movies she hasn’t seen

Michael Fanone Is Not Your Fucking Hero • He almost lost his life defending the Capitol on Jan. 6. Now, he’s a #resistance star — and he hates it

The Climate Bill Finally Passed. The Fight Has Just Begun • What was once a dream is now a law. But its effectiveness depends on a successful defense against the coming onslaught of fossil-fuel lobbyists and lawmakers

Stephen Curry Is Putting It All on the Line • The NBA superstar has changed the game of basketball for the better. Now, can he help change America?

The 50 Greatest TV Shows of All Time

What Happened in Vegas • Survivors of the Route 91 massacre are haunted by a lack of answers. Even the death toll is up for debate

Michelle Phillips Is Ready to Talk About It • She spent her youth redefining the sound of pop with the Mamas and the Papas — and the next 50 years looking for something she could call her own. Now, she’s finally telling her whole story, on her own terms

‘I’d Drive That Tesla Down to the Factory. And I’d Burn It.’ • Seven women are alleging abusive behavior and suing Tesla — adding to a growing list of legal problems for Elon Musk-run companies

Music

Movies

Jamie Lee Curtis • The Hollywood legend on ‘Halloween,’ working out, and why advice is ‘hostile’


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

Taylor’s Staying Up All Night This Fall

The Redemption of Farruko • The Puerto Rican star opens up about why he traded ‘Pepas’ and partying for a new spiritual chapter

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

The Coolest Gear of 2022 • From the sleekest new smartphone to the best wireless cans, and beyond

16 Faces of Cate Blanchett • In this month’s ‘Tár,’ the Oscar winner plays a classical-music conductor caught in a downward spiral — another entry in her stable of complicated women, which we’ve charted from kindly Earth mother to Goddess of Death. By David Fear

Inside the Making of ‘Andor,’ the Rebel Star Wars Series • The showrunner and cast reveal why the latest Disney+ show is like no other

Ozzy: Back From Hell • Severe health issues had the Prince of Darkness worried he’d never go onstage again. Inside his latest comeback

Babyface Is Back to Help Us Exhale • Nobody does sad love songs like Babyface — and after years in the wilderness, he’s enjoying the pop moment he predicted

Maya Hawke • The ‘Stranger Things’ star on her new album, wanting to die (onscreen), and which of her parents’ movies she hasn’t seen

Michael Fanone Is Not Your Fucking Hero • He almost lost his life defending the Capitol on Jan. 6. Now, he’s a #resistance star — and he hates it

The Climate Bill Finally Passed. The Fight Has Just Begun • What was once a dream is now a law. But its effectiveness depends on a successful defense against the coming onslaught of fossil-fuel lobbyists and lawmakers

Stephen Curry Is Putting It All on the Line • The NBA superstar has changed the game of basketball for the better. Now, can he help change America?

The 50 Greatest TV Shows of All Time

What Happened in Vegas • Survivors of the Route 91 massacre are haunted by a lack of answers. Even the death toll is up for debate

Michelle Phillips Is Ready to Talk About It • She spent her youth redefining the sound of pop with the Mamas and the Papas — and the next 50 years looking for something she could call her own. Now, she’s finally telling her whole story, on her own terms

‘I’d Drive That Tesla Down to the Factory. And I’d Burn It.’ • Seven women are alleging abusive behavior and suing Tesla — adding to a growing list of legal problems for Elon Musk-run companies

Music

Movies

Jamie Lee Curtis • The Hollywood legend on ‘Halloween,’ working out, and why advice is ‘hostile’


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