12 Times Sex & The City’s Samantha Jones Said Exactly What We Were Thinking
Television

On June 6th, 1998, the world of women was changed forever as Sex and the City aired for the very first time on HBO. In the 19 years since that fateful premiere (seriously, 19 years), the show and its four protagonists have become ubiquitous, especially in NYC. Nary a friend group is without the self-labeling Carrie, Miranda, Charlotte, and Samantha, however it is the latter we must all pay tribute to. Samantha Jones, boss bitch, taught us how to love...

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Tuesday, 06 June 2017
When Punk Met Glam at Max’s Kansas City
News

In the New York punk scene of the mid-Seventies, it was important to pick a side. “Some people were Max’s people, some were CBGB people,” explains transgender proto-punker Jayne (formerly Wayne) County. Whereas East Village landmark CBGB famously launched the careers of the Ramones, Talking Heads and Television, Max’s – located roughly a mile uptown at 213 Park Avenue South – was home to a freer, often campier strain of punk that was more Rocky Horror than Marquee Moon. It...

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Tuesday, 06 June 2017
Watch A$AP Rocky, A$AP Ferg Go to Church in New ‘Wrong’ Video
News

A$AP Rocky and A$AP Ferg atone for their sins in the new video for A$AP Mob’s latest single, “Wrong.” The MCs perform at the altar of an old church that’s also filled with expressionless women. The stark setting fits the song’s confessional lyrics, in which A$AP Ferg owns up to all sorts of hedonistic acts. A$AP Rocky – donning Dior’s “We Should All Be Feminists” shirt – warbles, “Father please forgive us/ Couldn’t tell the difference and it’s on me/...

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Watch Tim McGraw, Faith Hill’s Smoldering ‘Speak to a Girl’ Video
News

The intense connection between Tim McGraw and Faith Hill is on display in the new video for their duet “Speak to a Girl.” The couple gives a convincingly steamy onscreen performance for the tune, the first single from an upcoming album of duets. Hill and McGraw are entirely alone through the entire series of intimate scenes, featuring close-up camera work that lingers over their small moments of physicality. In one shot, Hill reclines on a green couch, resting her head...

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Tuesday, 06 June 2017
Central Park’s Top 5 Spots, Ranked
NYC

If you live in Manhattan, you know Central Park is the place to be when you need a break from city life, without traveling out of the city. The summer heat makes this escape even more of a necessity. We’ve ranked the go-to Central Park spots in case you’ve missed one too many episodes of Gossip Girl, Law and Order, or Sex and the City. We mean, how can you resist an Insta at the place where Chuck and Blair get married?!...

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Tuesday, 06 June 2017
Massive Muddy Waters Mural To Be Dedicated in Chicago
News

The City of Chicago will dedicate a ten-story mural to late blues icon Muddy Waters June 8th as part of the Chicago Blues Festival, The Associated Press reports. The mural is painted on the side of the building at 17 North State Street, at the corner of State and Washington Streets. The Muddy Waters Legacy band will perform a free concert during the ceremony, which begins at noon. The outfit features Waters’ former bandmate, Rick Kreher, and sons guitarist Big Bill...

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Tuesday, 06 June 2017
Devo’s Mark Mothersbaugh on Growing Up Blind, Carving Ruby Turds
News

Mark Mothersbaugh Williams + Hirakawa/The NY Times/Redux To some, the name Mark Mothersbaugh will forever be tied to the early-Eighties commercial peak of Devo, possibly one of the most misunderstood bands in popular music history. There was something the band touched off in people. They hit a nerve and then, as some would have you believe, just faded away.  The truth is far from that, and the band is really just a part of Mothersbaugh’s oeuvre. “Mark Mothersbaugh: Myopia,” the retrospective...

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Tuesday, 06 June 2017
‘My Cousin Rachel’ Review: Rachel Weisz Sells This First-Rate Gothic Potboiler
News

It’s easy to pre-condemn period pieces – like, say, this take on famed author Daphne du Maurier’s 1951 throwback potboiler – as yet another droning Masterpiece Theatre snorefest. Except when they work, of course – and My Cousin Rachel works just fine, thank you. Credit Rachel Weisz, who’s just the dynamite actress needed to play a character who could be a misunderstood innocent or a fortune-hunting seductress who could be a cold-blooded killer. How delicious to watch the star keep...

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Tuesday, 06 June 2017
See Inside Florida Georgia Line’s Massive New Nashville Bar
News

Florida Georgia Line’s first restaurant and entertainment venue celebrated its grand opening in Nashville last night, with the duo on hand to welcome their first round of guests. Dubbed FGL House, the facility sits right in the heart of Music City’s honky-tonk district and features a wealth of entertainment for country music fans, especially those who helped make Florida Georgia Line one This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: See Inside Florida Georgia Line’s Massive New Nashville...

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Tuesday, 06 June 2017
Hear Jay Electronica’s Uplifting New Song ‘Letter to Falon’
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Mercurial rapper Jay Electronica released “Letter to Falon,” his new song doubling as an ode to perseverance, on Monday. Over sweeping, radio-friendly production – Paul Epworth, known for his work with This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Hear Jay Electronica’s Uplifting New Song ‘Letter to...

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See Wynonna Judd’s Spiritual ‘Keeps Me Alive’ Video With Derek Trucks
News

Although rooted in blues and bluegrass music, Wynonna Judd became one of most successful mainstream country artists of all time, first with mother Naomi in the Judds, then as a solo act. In 2016, she joined her husband, former Highway 101 drummer Cactus Moser, for an album called Wynonna and the Big Noise, delivering an LP of blues-soaked This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: See Wynonna Judd’s Spiritual ‘Keeps Me Alive’ Video With Derek...

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Tuesday, 06 June 2017
Al Franken Cancels ‘Real Time’ Appearance After Bill Maher’s Racial Slur
News

Minnesota senator Al Franken canceled his upcoming appearance on Real Time With Bill Maher Monday after the host used a racial slur on a recent episode. On Friday’s episode of Real Time, This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Al Franken Cancels ‘Real Time’ Appearance After Bill Maher’s Racial...

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Tuesday, 06 June 2017
Al Pacino to Play Penn State Coach Joe Paterno in HBO Biopic
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Al Pacino will portray Penn State football coach Joe Paterno in an upcoming HBO biopic. The film, directed by Barry Levinson, focuses on the sexual assault scandal that rocked the university and tarnished Paterno’s legacy. This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Al Pacino to Play Penn State Coach Joe Paterno in HBO...

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Tuesday, 06 June 2017
Watch Ryan Adams Perform Crushing ‘Doomsday’ on ‘Kimmel’
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Ryan Adams nailed a no-frills version of “Doomsday” on Monday’s Jimmy Kimmel Live! Decked in a Motörhead shirt and trademark jean jacket, Adams alternated between a measured croon and bursts of raw belting. He edged up the tempo This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Watch Ryan Adams Perform Crushing ‘Doomsday’ on...

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Tuesday, 06 June 2017
See Tupac Shakur Choose Death Over Prison in Original ‘Juice’ Ending
News

Tupac made his big-screen acting debut 25 years ago portraying Bishop – a troubled Harlem teen whose turn towards violence tears apart his group of childhood friends – in the movie  This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: See Tupac Shakur Choose Death Over Prison in Original ‘Juice’...

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Tuesday, 06 June 2017
Zola Jesus Previews New Album With Brooding Song ‘Exhumed’
News

Zola Jesus will release her fifth LP, Okovi, on September 8th via Sacred Bones. Lead single “Exhumed” exemplifies Nika Roza Danilova’s industrial gothic-pop style, melding glitchy electronics and surging strings. The singer belts in a throaty, operatic vibrato over a wall of reverb-heavy vocal This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Zola Jesus Previews New Album With Brooding Song...

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Tuesday, 06 June 2017
‘It Comes at Night’ Review: Indie Horror Film Gets Deep Under Your Skin
News

No false promises in the title: It Comes at Night comes right at you, leaving you unnerved, maybe even a little unhinged – and completely exhilarated. You want horror that screws with your head? This is your ticket. It’s the work of Trey Edward Shults, a writer-director whose 2016 indie debut feature, This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: ‘It Comes at Night’ Review: Indie Horror Film Gets Deep Under Your...

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Tuesday, 06 June 2017
10 Comedians You Need to Know
News

The current popularity of stand-up comedy means a constant stream of jokes, specials and fresh comedians; fans will never be at a loss to hear different perspectives and inventive approaches to every subject under the sun. One of the only difficulties is trying to dig through the embarrassment of riches to hone in on new and interesting voices. Here, Rolling Stone does some of the work for This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: 10 Comedians You Need to...

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Tuesday, 06 June 2017
The 10 Most Popular Airbnbs In The World
Travel

Airbnb is a popular option for travelers hoping to get a little more local flavor on their vacations. Millions of people have opened their homes to strangers on the site, but of those many, many options, which are the most popular? We collaborated with Airbnb to find out which properties have been wishlisted by their users the most. From fairy tale treehouses to secluded wood cabins, these are the top 10 most popular Airbnbs in the world. Words by Herrine Ro...

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Tuesday, 06 June 2017
Inside Chris Rock’s Sprawling Clinton Hill Carriage House
Real Estate

A purchase made during the funny man’s Saturday Night Live days, Chris Rock’s spacious, surprisingly chic Brooklyn home is currently on the market for a steal at $3.85 million. Definitely not as large a steal as what Chris snagged the property for back in the ’90s, coughing up a meagre $370,000! But hey, you win some you lose some. A three-story carriage house built back in 1901, the 3,700-square-foot home comes complete with three-bedrooms, two-and-a-half-baths, skylights, sliding barn-style doors,...

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