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User Image rollingstone Posted: Dec 14, 2017 10:14 PM (UTC)

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The latest ‘Rolling Stone Music Now’ podcast is now available. You can listen and subscribe to the podcast on iTunes and Spotify. In this week's episode, we break down – and sometimes argue over – our Best Songs of 2017 list. Photograph by Chris Polk
User Image rollingstone Posted: Dec 14, 2017 1:27 PM (UTC)

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"Got a light?" We've asked 10 writers to pick some of their favorite TV episodes from 2017 and today, Scott Tobias looks at the stunning, apocalyptic "Episode 8" of 'Twin Peaks: The Return.' "The small town that closes "Part 8" has the idealized quality of Twin Peaks or Lumberton, North Carolina, but it's shrouded in darkness that only we can see, like we're looking into a crystal ball," he writes. "We know it's being overrun by terror, chiefly in the form of a soot-covered "Woodsman" with a cigarette dangling from his lips and a message of doom that he crushes two heads at a radio station to deliver." Head to RollingStone.com to learn more about the episode.
User Image rollingstone Posted: Dec 13, 2017 10:46 PM (UTC)
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The stunning upset victory of Democrat Doug Jones over Roy Moore in Alabama's special election yesterday is being parsed by pundits and politicians alike, but the results don't seem to have changed much for Republicans at the hyper-partisan U.S. Capitol. In our latest feature, we look at what Doug Jones' win means for the GOP agenda in Congress. Read the full story at RollingStone.com. Photograph by Bill Clark
User Image rollingstone Posted: Dec 13, 2017 1:11 PM (UTC)

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The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame has officially announced next year's inductees: Bon Jovi, Dire Straits, the Moody Blues, the Cars and Nina Simone will all join the class of 2018. "It's a Christmas miracle," says Bon Jovi keyboardist David Bryan. "[We were] guys living the dream, getting on a bus with no guarantees in any way shape or form or anything. It was, 'Let's go out and make this happen.' And we actually did." Head to RollingStone.com to learn about the inductees and read exclusive interviews.
User Image rollingstone Posted: Dec 12, 2017 10:42 PM (UTC)

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Harry Styles stakes his claim as a rock star on his self-titled solo album, getting personal with a sublime LP of Seventies-style guitar grooves. His solo debut is featured on our list of the best pop albums of the year. Head to RollingStone.com to check out the list in full. Photograph by Theo Wenner (@theo123456)
User Image rollingstone Posted: Dec 12, 2017 9:48 PM (UTC)
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A sneak peek at Rolling Stone's latest partnership with @Porsche featuring a first-ever pairing of electrified performances by world-renowned rock guitarist @DaveNavarro and the all-new #EPerformance models. Check back on 12/18 for more.
User Image rollingstone Posted: Dec 12, 2017 1:19 PM (UTC)

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Happy birthday Sheila E.! Born Sheila Escovedo, daughter of percussionist Pete Escovedo, Sheila E. was a drum-kit prodigy playing at a young age with the likes of Marvin Gaye and Herbie Hancock. She came into fame bringing her crisp, pristine, polyrhythmic style to Prince's post-Revolution band in the late Eighties, helping shape the decade's rock, pop and R&B. "It's pretty interesting everyone says how [Prince] influenced me, but actually I influenced him first," she said in an interview. Read more about her at RollingStone.com.
User Image rollingstone Posted: Dec 11, 2017 11:05 PM (UTC)

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Rolling Stone traveled to Miami last weekend to celebrate artwork from around the world at Art Basel. The Rolling Stone Live Miami event presented by @effenvodka featured performances by brothers A-Trak and Dave 1 of Chromeo, Majid Jordan and more. #EFFENunframed
User Image rollingstone Posted: Dec 11, 2017 10:04 PM (UTC)
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So many women refused to keep quiet about injustice this year, even when the price was high. From the Women's March in January to this moment, as #MeToo accusations result in a flurry of high-profile firings and resignations, the question that has hung over 2017 feels like it's coming to a head: Will women's courage matter? Head to RollingStone.com to read our feature in full. Photograph by Shannon Stapleton
User Image rollingstone Posted: Dec 11, 2017 1:13 PM (UTC)

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Happy birthday Hailee Steinfeld! This year the singer and actress released a new single, "Let Me Go," with Swedish record producer Alesso and country duo Florida Georgia Line. She also has a role 'Pitch Perfect 3,' which hits theaters later this month. "They really did start at the same time," she told us about her acting and singing careers in 2015. "I think the idea of performing and entertaining has always been of interest to me, and that's where it all stems from." For more about her, head to RollingStone.com. Photograph by Alicia Canter
User Image rollingstone Posted: Dec 10, 2017 9:29 PM (UTC)

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From California passing an adult-use legalization to members of the GOP supporting medical marijuana research, 2017 has been a big year for cannabis. Our pot gift guide features 18 products and accessories for the stoner in your life, including bath bombs and vapes. Check out our favorite items at RollingStone.com. Illustration by Chelsea Johnston (@cheljohn)
User Image rollingstone Posted: Dec 10, 2017 3:10 PM (UTC)

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Otis Redding passed away 50 years ago today. In our latest feature, we go inside the making of his hit track "(Sittin' On) the Dock of the Bay." The song was released about a month after his death and its lyrics spoke to every working man who wanted to get away from the bosses and just relax a little. It topped the charts and sold more than 2 million copies. Learn more about the track at RollingStone.com.
User Image rollingstone Posted: Dec 9, 2017 9:17 PM (UTC)

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Noel Gallagher has become a little more comfortable with Oasis' legacy lately. He brightens up while discussing how, after the success of last year's documentary 'Oasis: Supersonic,' he's been seeing younger faces in his audiences. He wanted to bring that enthusiasm into the studio when he made 'Who Built the Moon?' – his third album with his band the High Flying Birds since 2011. "It's the most energetic thing I've done," he says. "I always found it kind of difficult for me to [communicate] joy in music." Read the entire feature at RollingStone.com.
User Image rollingstone Posted: Dec 9, 2017 3:04 PM (UTC)

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The new movie 'I, Tonya' recounts the bitter rivalry between Tonya Harding and Nancy Kerrigan, America's top competitors on the 1990s figure-skating scene. It also chronicles the shocking denouement of that rivalry, when a hitman, hired by Harding's ex-husband, clubbed Kerrigan in the knee with a police baton during a final practice before the U.S. Women's Championships in Detroit. Learn the complete backstory of the two star skaters’ rivalry at RollingStone.com. Photograph by Gary Hershorn
User Image rollingstone Posted: Dec 8, 2017 11:38 PM (UTC)

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In our latest feature, we look at a year inside the Black Lives Matter Movement. "Black Lives Matter is not a racist group; anyone can join," says Heidi Beirich, the head of the Southern Poverty Law Center's Intelligence project, which tracks hate groups. "It's a movement to expand civil rights for the oppressed in this society. It's a peaceful protest against oppression. There's simply no equivalence between Black Lives Matter and a hate group. It's truly offensive to equate them." Head to RollingStone.com to read how America's new generation of civil rights activists is mobilizing in the age of Trump. Photograph by Benedict Evans
User Image rollingstone Posted: Dec 8, 2017 1:11 PM (UTC)

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Jim Morrison was born 74 years ago today. The late Doors frontman’s erratic outbursts and stage performances were a part of the appeal of the seminal psychedelic rock band. As one of the greatest singers of all time, he let his baritone glide, crooning just above a whisper on tracks like “People Are Strange” and “Light My Fire.” Learn more about him at RollingStone.com.
User Image rollingstone Posted: Dec 7, 2017 10:41 PM (UTC)

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In between shredding the vert ramp demo and signing autographs for his south-of-the-border fans, Tony Hawk sat down with us to discuss a quarter century of Birdhouse skateboards, his thoughts on the new action sports digs in Mexico, becoming an inspiration worldwide and more. "I'm honored that people take direction, or inspiration, from me – that was never my intention," he says. Read the entire interview at RollingStone.com. Photograph by Ruth Hoyt
User Image rollingstone Posted: Dec 7, 2017 7:08 PM (UTC)

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Minnesota Senator Al Franken announced today that he would step down following accusations of sexual misconduct. He also stated that some of the allegations against him were untrue and acknowledged the irony of stepping down while President Trump remains in office. Watch his speech at RollingStone.com.
User Image rollingstone Posted: Dec 7, 2017 1:10 PM (UTC)

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Moses Sumney's debut album 'Aromanticism' explores the pursuit of happiness without a happily-ever-after and examines the whole idea of "love" with a critical yet caring eye. In our latest feature, he opens up about the ambitious LP. "I wanted to really explore beauty in language," he says. “That was radical for me. But I also wanted to be direct. I wanted to be understood, and I wanted to not let the brain overtake the heart." Read the full story at RollingStone.com. Photograph by Elizabeth Weinberg
User Image rollingstone Posted: Dec 6, 2017 11:04 PM (UTC)

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Not one but two network talk shows came of age in 2017: 'Late Night With Seth Meyers' and 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!' Both programs found a political courage that wasn't just funny but also showed how sharp commentary could work in the traditional chat-show universe. In our latest feature, we look at how late-night talk shows became the frontlines for political accountability. Head to RollingStone.com to read full story.