Rolling Stone founder Jann Wenner

HBO’s ‘Rolling Stone: Stories from the Edge’ an Engaging Greatest Hits Collection

Fifty years ago, a young journalist and recent Berkeley graduate named Jann Wenner started a counterculture newspaper heavily focused on rock and roll. In commemoration of this golden anniversary, Wenner is the subject of a recent biography, “Sticky Fingers: The Life and Times of Jann Wenner and Rolling Stone Magazine,” which delves deeply into Rolling…

Ozzy Osbourne of Black Sabbath in 'Black Sabbath: The End of the End'

‘Black Sabbath: The End of the End’ a Fitting Swan Song

Twenty-five years after “retiring” with his solo “No More Tours” outing in 1992, Ozzy Osbourne and Black Sabbath (allegedly) played their final performance in their hometown of Birmingham, England on February 4, 2017, an avalanche of hits and classics from the band that many credit with inventing heavy metal. This being Black Sabbath, a band…

‘The Eleven’ is Your Next True Crime Obsession

Arriving on the tail end of the true crime renaissance is The Eleven, A&E’s newest limited series that takes a look at and attempts to solve eleven unsolved murders from the 70s. During the 1970s, eleven girls ranging between 10 and 19 years old went missing and found murdered around Galveston, Texas. Now, over 40 years…

9 Things We Learned From ‘Spielberg’

We’re in the age of television, and Hollywood knows it. There’s only a small handful of names that can pack a movie theater, and one of those belongs to a man who needs little introduction. Like Cher or Beyonce or Adele or Madonna, this man has achieved a certain iconic level where only one name…

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