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Rolling Stone

Mar 01 2021
Magazine

Rolling Stone is an entertainment magazine that has been highly regarded in pop culture circles for its music and movie reviews, hard-hitting articles and interviews with favorite musicians, and the always-iconic cover images touting popular bands, TV personalities, and public figures.

Rolling Stone

A Time of Reflection

Love Letters & Advice

Kehlani’s New Vision • She helped reimagine modern R&B while navigating major heartache. After getting sober, she’s got brighter music on the way

RS Recommends • OUR TOP POP-CULTURE PICKS OF THE MONTH

Ask Croz • Real-life advice from a guy who’s seen, done, and survived just about everything

RS Charts • THE BIGGEST ARTISTS, ALBUMS, AND SONGS OF TODAY

Dreaming R&B’s Future in Denmark

Lady Sings the Blues Again • How ‘The United States vs. Billie Holiday’ retells the singer’s story for the BLM era — and brings Billie back to life

Cynthia Erivo • The Tony, Emmy, and Grammy winner on playing Aretha Franklin and recording an album during a pandemic

How the Anti-Vaxxers Got Red-Pilled • What happens when a global pandemic, a vaccine resistance movement, and the age of conspiracy collide? A black hole of misinformation that poses a grave threat to public health

Kacey Musgraves • The queen of ‘galactic country’ is following up a career-defining album (and a divorce) with a little help from Bach, Greek tragedy, and magic mushrooms

Adrienne Banfield-Norris, Willow Smith, and Jada Pinkett Smith • The generations-spanning ‘Red Table Talk’ hosts have the realest roundtable on TV

Nandi Bushell • The 10-year-old who Dave Grohl calls “best drummer in the world”

Michelle Zauner • One of indie rock’s finest songwriters pens a moving memoir about loss and food

Koffee • Making reggae hits powered by deep cultural roots and hope for a post-quarantine world

Yamiche Alcindor • How the PBS correspondent went toe-to-toe with Trump, demanding answers for a country in crisis

Elizabeth Diller • She questioned the very concept of architecture, and became one of the most sought-after designers of her generation

Keisha Lance Bottoms • How the mayor of Atlanta and rising star in the Democratic Party led her city through a tumultuous year

Garrett Bradley • With her shattering and intimate documentary ‘Time,’ the filmmaker is pushing the boundaries of what the art form can be

Paloma Mami • One of 2021’s most exciting new pop voices is a Chilean American who’s blending R&B, reggaeton, and her own unique style

Ayo Edebiri • As a writer and actor on ‘Big Mouth,’ the comedian is bringing a fresh perspective to the fore

Suzy Shinn • A rising rock engineer and producer who’s had to fight to be respected for her talent in the studio

Marisa Acocella • With her latest book, the cartoonist brings history’s forgotten women back into the picture

Anna Konkle & Maya Erskine • The co-creators of ‘Pen15’ have shown that girls can be just as gross and weird as boys — and that our inner 13-year-old never dies

Kim Ng • MLB’s first female GM brings her street smarts to the front office

Emily Oster • The economist and bestselling author helps families find answers amid Covid

Deja Foxx • The Gen Z activist and social media maestro is fighting for a pro-choice world

Kathy Sullivan • A scientist whose expeditions in space and at sea have taken her where few others have gone before

Marielle Heller • The uncompromising writer-director-actor has built a career on sticking to her guns

Julia Garner • In a world where young stars are shouting for attention, the Ozark actress says it all with a glance

Sarah McBride...


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Frequency: Monthly Pages: 84 Publisher: Wenner Media Edition: Mar 01 2021

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  • Release date: March 2, 2021

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Rolling Stone is an entertainment magazine that has been highly regarded in pop culture circles for its music and movie reviews, hard-hitting articles and interviews with favorite musicians, and the always-iconic cover images touting popular bands, TV personalities, and public figures.

Rolling Stone

A Time of Reflection

Love Letters & Advice

Kehlani’s New Vision • She helped reimagine modern R&B while navigating major heartache. After getting sober, she’s got brighter music on the way

RS Recommends • OUR TOP POP-CULTURE PICKS OF THE MONTH

Ask Croz • Real-life advice from a guy who’s seen, done, and survived just about everything

RS Charts • THE BIGGEST ARTISTS, ALBUMS, AND SONGS OF TODAY

Dreaming R&B’s Future in Denmark

Lady Sings the Blues Again • How ‘The United States vs. Billie Holiday’ retells the singer’s story for the BLM era — and brings Billie back to life

Cynthia Erivo • The Tony, Emmy, and Grammy winner on playing Aretha Franklin and recording an album during a pandemic

How the Anti-Vaxxers Got Red-Pilled • What happens when a global pandemic, a vaccine resistance movement, and the age of conspiracy collide? A black hole of misinformation that poses a grave threat to public health

Kacey Musgraves • The queen of ‘galactic country’ is following up a career-defining album (and a divorce) with a little help from Bach, Greek tragedy, and magic mushrooms

Adrienne Banfield-Norris, Willow Smith, and Jada Pinkett Smith • The generations-spanning ‘Red Table Talk’ hosts have the realest roundtable on TV

Nandi Bushell • The 10-year-old who Dave Grohl calls “best drummer in the world”

Michelle Zauner • One of indie rock’s finest songwriters pens a moving memoir about loss and food

Koffee • Making reggae hits powered by deep cultural roots and hope for a post-quarantine world

Yamiche Alcindor • How the PBS correspondent went toe-to-toe with Trump, demanding answers for a country in crisis

Elizabeth Diller • She questioned the very concept of architecture, and became one of the most sought-after designers of her generation

Keisha Lance Bottoms • How the mayor of Atlanta and rising star in the Democratic Party led her city through a tumultuous year

Garrett Bradley • With her shattering and intimate documentary ‘Time,’ the filmmaker is pushing the boundaries of what the art form can be

Paloma Mami • One of 2021’s most exciting new pop voices is a Chilean American who’s blending R&B, reggaeton, and her own unique style

Ayo Edebiri • As a writer and actor on ‘Big Mouth,’ the comedian is bringing a fresh perspective to the fore

Suzy Shinn • A rising rock engineer and producer who’s had to fight to be respected for her talent in the studio

Marisa Acocella • With her latest book, the cartoonist brings history’s forgotten women back into the picture

Anna Konkle & Maya Erskine • The co-creators of ‘Pen15’ have shown that girls can be just as gross and weird as boys — and that our inner 13-year-old never dies

Kim Ng • MLB’s first female GM brings her street smarts to the front office

Emily Oster • The economist and bestselling author helps families find answers amid Covid

Deja Foxx • The Gen Z activist and social media maestro is fighting for a pro-choice world

Kathy Sullivan • A scientist whose expeditions in space and at sea have taken her where few others have gone before

Marielle Heller • The uncompromising writer-director-actor has built a career on sticking to her guns

Julia Garner • In a world where young stars are shouting for attention, the Ozark actress says it all with a glance

Sarah McBride...


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