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One studio exec called the actor "a moron."
"If we're to deal with climate change, the tar sands need to stay in the ground, full stop."
Rolling Stone magazine is not known to have the most progressive of musical tastes, but the Internet still erupted into surprised laughter when the venerable publication rolled out its best albums of...
Here's the thing about everyone giving Miley life advice: I'm not a 20-year-old multimillionaire in Hollywood whose every romance, stupid comment or haircut blows up the Internet. I'm a middle-aged mother in a small Ontario town. I simply can't imagine the reality of her life, and neither can you. But Sinead O'Connor thought she could.
My greatest problem with Rolling Stone's cover story is that it casts Dzhokhar Tsarnaev as, if not an innocent victim exactly, then at least as a neutral and unfortunate party on which radicalization was visited. Like it was something that happened to him, rather than a result of decisions he made and thoughts he had. The summary on the cover reads: "How a popular, promising student was failed by his family, fell into radical Islam and became a monster." As though it's a natural progression -- if your family isn't there for you, of course you will simply drop into a hateful ideology and end up murdering and maiming hundreds. Forces beyond your control.
Ladies and gentlemen, the votes have been counted and the Sheepdogs are the winners of Rolling Stone's "Do You Wanna Be a Rock & Roll Star?" Choose the Cover Conte
NEW YORK, N.Y. - A Canadian rock band has landed the cover of Rolling Stone magazine, usually considered confirmation of superstar status. The Sheepdogs from Saskatoon are not there yet, but they may...