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Eddie Manion’s Five-Decade Odyssey as Bruce Springsteen’s Other Sax Player

He's been playing with Springsteen since their teenage years in Jersey, and he's also worked with Southside Johnny, Bon Jovi, Bob Dylan, and Keith Richards

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‘Succession’ Season 4 Premiere: The Roy Siblings Team Up to Take Down Daddy

First episode of the HBO dark comedy’s final season sees Kendall, Roman and Shiv join forces against Logan and union seemingly come to an end


The Neocolonial Oil Racket

A Canadian company has begun drilling near Africa’s protected Okavango River Delta, promising jobs for locals and endless fossil fuel for investors. So far, there’s been no oil — but there have been big profits for the founders

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Andrew Tate Built an Empire on Bullshit. Here’s the Real Story

The misogynist influencer’s legal team claims he created a character to sell his gospel, but will separating fact from fiction finally bring him down? 


Fake Bands, Real Songs: The 50 Best Tunes by Made-Up Musicians

From the Archies to the Wonders to Daisy Jones & the Six


The 50 Best Lana Del Rey Songs

The finest moments so far from the reigning queen of summertime sadness

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Ed Sheeran Confesses: Tears, Trauma, and Those Bad Habits

When he became a dad, his ‘party boy’ days ended. Then tragedy struck, forcing him to face his hidden dark side — and hit his hottest creative streak.


50 Genuinely Horrible Albums by Brilliant Artists

Dylan, Lennon, Bowie, Outkast — even the greatest of greats screw up sometimes. These are the epic duds that diehard fans would like to pretend never happened.

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