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The Beastie Boys were featured on our August 6, 1998 cover. This photo was shot at the former Stuyvesant High School on Manhattan’s East 15th Street and is currently featured in our Photo Issue. See more photographs from the magazine at Photograph by Mark Seliger (@markseliger)
Annie Leibovitz photographed Keith Richards during the Rolling Stones' 'Exile on Main Street' tour. This image appeared in our August 3, 1972 issue. "Annie would become part of the tour," said Richards. "It was like, 'There's Charlie [Watts], there's the book and there's Annie. She was invisible to us. That's how she got a lot of good stuff." For more from our Photo Issue, head to
Over the years, everyone from the Red Hot Chili Peppers to Lady Gaga have stripped down for the pages of our magazine. Photographer Mark Seliger said the Chilis "were so naked that we had to retouch out some of their pubic hair.” Check out more photographs from our Photo Issue at Photographs by Mark Seliger, Patrick Demarchelier, David LaChapelle, Terry Richardson.
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This shot of Lana Del Ray is from our July 31, 2014 cover story on the singer. “That was my rental car from the airport,” photographer Theo Wenner says. “A beige, norm-core sedan. She asked me if she could drive. And then she said, ‘I’ll pay you $200 if I can smoke in your car.’ Because there was a sticker: ‘Do not smoke. $200 penalty.’ I said, ‘If you let me take a picture, I’ll let you smoke in here.’” Check out more from our Photo Issue at Photograph by Theo Wenner (@theo123456)
The Photo Issue is on stands now. In honor of our 50th anniversary, we're celebrating our greatest photography, from Nirvana's 1992 cover shot by Mark Seliger to Adele's 2015 cover shot by Theo Wenner. We’ll be featuring images from the collection on our Instagram account over the next week. Click the link in our bio to see the full gallery of photographs right now.
In our latest feature, we look at why the upcoming 'Black Panther' film is a revolutionary step forward for black superheroes. "I think the question that I'm trying to ask and answer in 'Black Panther' is, 'What does truly mean to be African?'" filmmaker Ryan Coogler recently told us. Head to for the full story.
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Raqqa, the Islamic State's capital city, has fallen. The battle began in July, when a Kurdish-led militia backed by the United States attacked from the north and west. In a city reduced to a jumble of busted concrete, the holdout garrison of ISIS fighters, some 4,000 of them, resisted the siege with suicide car bombs, booby-traps, tunnels, snipers and remote-controlled drones, but today, four months after the battle began, more than 90 percent of Raqqa has been cleared. Our new feature looks at why Trump has yet to make a formal statement. Read the full story at Photograph by Bulent Kilic
Tom Petty appears on our latest cover. You can read the story in full at In the feature, David Fricke writes about the late rock legend's life and speaks with artists such as Bruce Springsteen and Bob Dylan about his influence. "Tom made a lot of great music," Springsteen points out, "enough to carry people forward." Photograph by Mark Seliger (@markseliger)
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In our new six-episode documentary series connecting music and fashion, we explore how style and trends evolved through the years. From the psychedelics and progressive social ideals of the 1960s to social media and celebrity branding of the 2010s, we'll take you through the evolution of five decades of style. Head to to see the videos.
In our new mini-documentary 'Willie and the Boys,' Willie Nelson and his wife share their household's three rules and more. Then, he sits down with his sons Micah and Lukas for a remarkable acoustic performance. Head to to see the full documentary.
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Happy birthday Eminem! From the release of his debut LP 'Infinite' to 2013's 'The Marshall Mathers LP 2,' he's become one of the best rappers in the industry. "Eminem is a true poet of his time, someone we'll be talking about for decades to come," Elton John wrote about him for our list of greatest artists of all time. "He tells stories in such a powerful and distinctive way. As a lyricist, he's one of the best ever." Learn more about the rapper at Photograph by Mark Seliger (@markseliger)
Here's an outtake from our 2014 cover story on John Oliver. In the feature, the comedian and TV host discussed his time on 'The Daily Show' and took us behind the scenes of 'Last Week Tonight.' Read more about him at Photograph by Max Vadukul (@maxvadukul)
Happy birthday John Mayer and Bob Weir! The two guitarists have been touring together as a part of Dead & Company. “Now, we had a good time with “Althea” back when Jerry was around, but [Mayer’s] fascination for the song exceeds mine,” Weir told us in a recent interview about the tour. “But, standing right next to him when we’re playing it, I’m getting a bit more a shower of sparks when we play the song that takes it to another level.” Learn more about them at Photograph by Jay Blakesberg (@jayblakesberg)
Posted: Oct 15, 2017 11:44 PM
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It's no surprise that golf-loving president Donald Trump has been made the subject of many memes. In this photo from 2006, he can be seen climbing a golf course green. Once the photo made its way to the Internet, it sparked a Photoshop challenge where jokesters placed Trump rock climbing, on top of the Empire State Building and over the back of Vladimir Putin's horse. For more on Trump, head to Photograph by Chris Condon
When Harry Styles performed "Sweet Creature" during his tour kickoff in San Francisco, hundreds of fans held up homemade pink construction paper hearts as the performer sang. In our latest Fans to the Front column, we go inside the fan-led initiative started by 21-year-old Phoenix-native Effy Phillips. "We got the idea for the hearts from an account that said 'Hey, let's all do something for the tour to show how much we appreciate him,'" she recalls. Read the full story at Photograph by Yvan Nguyen
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David Fincher’s new 10-episode series ‘Mindhunter’ is now available to stream on Netflix. The show, which features Holt McCallany, Jonathan Groff and Cameron Britton, takes viewers back to the spirit-of-'77, ground-zero moment of the FBI's criminal profiling unit. "Oh, I love interrogations!" Fincher admits to us in our latest feature. "I love scenes where someone is resisting the temptation to reveal things." Learn more about the show at Photograph by Merrick Morton
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Green Day released 'Nimrod' 20 years ago today. It was the band's fifth albums and it featured songs such as "Good Riddance (Time of Your Life)" and "Nice Guys Finish Last." "The music also takes a broader view, with neo-psychedelic studio touches, acoustic guitar, violins and horns flavoring the attack," we wrote in our review. "Melody is emphasized, and a measure of sincerity is detectable in the singing." Learn more about album at Photograph by Mark Seliger (@markseliger)
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Happy birthday Paul Simon! As part of folk rock duo Simon and Garfunkel and as a solo artist, he's considered one of music's best songwriters. "Paul's breakthrough came at a time when there was so much in the air," James Taylor wrote about him for our list of greatest artists of all time, "and many of his songs were picked up as anthems." Learn more about him at
RG @rscountry: Jason Aldean resumed his They Don’t Know Tour in Tulsa, Oklahoma, last night, the country star’s first full concert since the October 1st Las Vegas shooting. At one point, he addressed the tragedy head-on and had defiant words for those who want to make Americans afraid. “They’re gonna try to continue to hold us down ... make us live in fear and be scared … To those people I say: Fuck you, we don’t really care.” Read our full review at Photo by Sue Ogrocki
Bruce Springsteen's Broadway show began this month. Our review of the show explores how the singer uses many of his most iconic songs to take the audience on a journey through his life story. "I have never held an honest job in my entire life," he said during the show. "I've never worked nine to five. I've never done any hard labor, and yet is all that I've written about." Read the full review at Photograph by Rob DeMartin