Rolling Stone

Rolling Stone magazine is a pop culture icon in itself, with music and entertainment legends regularly appearing on its cover. These tell-all interviews sit alongside harder-hitting political and human interest stories: Rolling Stone is just as likely to cover police shootings and the battle against ISIS as it is to predict the next round of Grammy winners.

Unafraid of controversial editorial choices – they put Boston bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev on the cover in 2013 – the Rolling Stone team is also known for the depth and energy of their reporting, often giving 10 or more pages to a single story. Balanced by album reviews, hot lists that chart upcoming artists, and salutes to the greatest entertainers of all time, Rolling Stone readers are kept informed of both critical and pop culture stories.

In Every Issue of Rolling Stone:
Interviews. The biggest names in entertainment tell all, with Rolling Stone landing some of the most coveted cover stars in the industry.
Reviews. As well as following acts on tour, Rolling Stone reviews the latest drops in music, movies, and TV. Regular preview issues highlight the best releases before they arrive.
Commentary. Insightful editorials take a closer look at America’s – and the world’s – most troubling problems.

From the Rolling Stone archives:
Texture subscribers can access all Rolling Stone back issues dating back to April 11, 2013, and can catch up on articles such as:

Kim Kardashian: American Woman. How Rolling Stone magazine learned to quit worrying and love the selfie queen. (July 16, 2015)
Cocaine Cops of Hidalgo County. Corruption runs deep in the Rio Grande Valley. Rolling Stone discovers how an elite anti-narcotics task force became the most brazen drug thieves on the Texas border. (January 15, 2015)
Bob Dylan’s Secret Masterpiece. Rolling Stone uncovers the untold story of the basement tapes: How they were made, lost, and—finally—released. (November 20, 2014)
The First Lady of Comedy. Julia Louis-Dreyfuss and Rolling Stone look back on her TV journey—from Seinfeld to Veep. (April 24, 2014)
Charles Manson Today. He’s nearly 80 and his Family is smaller, but darkness still surrounds America’s most notorious psychopath. (December 5, 2013)

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