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Rolling Stones Get Big Screen Drama

Posted 06.22.2012 | Entertainment

The Rolling Stones have had plenty of time on the big screen -- with nearly a dozen documentary and concert films over the past 50-plus years. But soo...

Ronnie Wood Apologizes To Rolling Stones Fans

The Huffington Post | Crystal Bell | Posted 04.16.2012 | Entertainment

Earlier this month, Rolling Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood reportedly told the media that The Stones would head back to the recording studio soon "to ju...

Week In Art

Posted 04.14.2012 | Arts

This week certainly shook up the art world. We lost a controversial artist with a massive commercial following, celebrated the birthday of the father ...

A Manhattan Home Honors Rock 'N' Roll's Greats

The Huffington Post | Diana N. Nguyen | Posted 10.11.2012 | HuffPost Home

Any New Yorker will tell you space is a luxury. So when Chris Young, the creator of YouTube's newest interior design channel 'Spaces', invited us to t...

Can This Rolling Stone Rocker Really Paint?

Posted 04.11.2012 | Arts

As the guitarist of the Rolling Stones, Ronnie Wood seemingly indulged in a lifestyle of sex, drugs and rock-n-roll. Yet when it comes to art, the wil...

Guess Who's Headed Back To The Studio

AP | MESFIN FEKADU | Posted 06.10.2012 | Entertainment

NEW YORK — Ronnie Wood says the Rolling Stones will meet in a recording studio later this month "to just throw some ideas around." The guitaris...

Mad Men: Whose Side Is Time On, Anyway?

William Bradley | Posted 06.03.2012 | Entertainment
William Bradley

The roar of generational change got ever louder in this week's Mad Men, so much so that Roger Sterling plaintively wondered when things will go back to normal.

Mad Men Recap: "Eat First!"

Samantha Zalaznick | Posted 06.03.2012 | TV
Samantha Zalaznick

This week's episode, "Tea Leaves," deals with the passing of time. The constant fear of death and change are both about the fear of being replaced, of the younger honchos taking over as time moves forward.

Rolling Stones Don't Attend Their Own Tribute Show

The Huffington Post | Crystal Bell | Posted 03.15.2012 | Entertainment

The Rolling Stones were honored at Carnegie Hall Tuesday night with an all-star tribute show that featured nearly two dozen artists -- from Art Garfun...

Was Madonna Too Old for the Halftime Show? Or Is This Just a Double Standard?

Juliet Jeske | Posted 04.09.2012 | Fifty
Juliet Jeske

Love her or hate her stagecraft or music, everyone is entitled to their opinion. But calling Madonna "too old" doesn't make a ton of sense, especially since she is a decade younger than most of the men who have gone before her.

The Week In Art: Controversial Urinals, Mona's Replica And Love That Smells

Posted 02.04.2012 | Arts

This week was one of many discoveries at HuffPost Arts. We found out that the Mona Lisa is not alone and that seashells are just as beautiful on the i...

These Urinals Are Making A Lot Of Women Angry

Posted 02.02.2012 | Arts

Once upon a time the Rolling Stones lamented that they couldn't get no satisfaction. Today, the Rolling Stones Fan Museum in Germany has similar woes,...

Some Girls: The Facts About the Stones' Most Notorious Record Cover

John Hood | Posted 02.26.2012 | Home
John Hood

A few weeks back, to much acclaim, The Rolling Stones re-released their seminal Some Girls album. The new edition comes as both a double disc and box set, and includes a slew of songs that were intended to be the original LP, but got cut due to time restraints.

The Rhinestone Rembrandt

Radley Balko | Posted 02.15.2012 | Home
Radley Balko

There may be no one alive who has crossed paths with more bold names than Manuel Cuevas. The Nashville designer, known for his exquisite embroidery and use of rhinestones and sequins, has dressed five American presidents.

Giving Thanks -- For the Occupation, For the Intensity, For the Innocence

Richard (RJ) Eskow | Posted 01.24.2012 | Politics
Richard (RJ) Eskow

While the Arab Spring showed that people can still accomplish the impossible, our political debate was frozen in corporate cynicism. Now everything has changed. For the U.S., spring came in autumn.

Musicians At Play

Posted 12.27.2011 | Books

We’re all well-acquainted with the iconic photo of John, George, Paul and Ringo strolling across Abby Road, but have you ever seen the quartet ridin...

A Look Back: Bianca Jagger's Rolling Stones Backstage Pass, 1975

The Huffington Post | Sarah Leon | Posted 10.11.2012 | Style

"A Look Back" is a daily column that highlights a moment from fashion's fabulous past. Today's pick is of model/actress/activist Bianca Jagger's backs...

Mick's Bow And Arrow: Jagger Named Tourism Ambassador To Amazon

Posted 12.13.2011 | Travel

Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger has been named an honorary ambassador for tourism to the Amazon rainforest by the Peruvian government, which has a...

Jagger, by Marc Spitz

J. Michael Welton | Posted 11.29.2011 | Books
J. Michael Welton

Jagger: Rebel, Rock Star, Rambler, Rogue is book that tells its story in a series of interludes, which makes perfect sense for readers who see the world as a procession of snapshots.

Will the Rolling Stones Tour the World to Celebrate Their 50th?

Tarot Politico | Posted 11.20.2011 | Entertainment
Tarot Politico

Rumors have been swirling that the Rolling Stones are planning a world tour to celebrate their 50th anniversary. Mick Jagger denies the rumor, but the Tarot cards confirm it.

EU Music Copyrights Extended To 70 Years

Posted 11.12.2011 | Arts

The European Council of ministers agreed to extend the copyright on protection for musicians to 70 years from the date of performance, compared to the...

"Less Than Zero": Playlist for a Painful August Jobs Report

David Wild | Posted 11.02.2011 | Entertainment
David Wild

Here's a playlist sent out in hopes the president goes bold with his upcoming jobs speech, and that the federal government that we all employ gets out of the business of assured mutual self-destruction.

A Better Class Of Riot

Simon Napier-Bell | Posted 01.14.2012 | UK Entertainment
Simon Napier-Bell

After last week's riots, Russell Brand writing in the Guardian owned up to having once been involved in such things. And a while back in the Daily Mail, right-wing columnist Peter Hitchens also owned up. Neither attempted to excuse their behaviour, but there was a slight suggestion that perhaps, in their day, compared with what we saw in Britain last week, there was a better class of riot.

Amy Winehouse: Newest Member of Club 27

Maggie Van Ostrand | Posted 09.26.2011 | Entertainment
Maggie Van Ostrand

Club 27 is a most exclusive and heavenly private club of great musicians who died at the age of 27. As of July 24th, Amy Winehouse is the latest me...

Marianne Faithfull: Going Into the Light With Horses and High Heels

Holly Cara Price | Posted 09.12.2011 | Entertainment
Holly Cara Price

I've grown a pretty thick skin over the years when it comes to celebrities. However it's just not that often that I find myself sitting across someone who, frankly, was a bonafide teen idol in my particular pantheon. We're talking photos stuck onto bedroom walls here.