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Why Are People Convinced Balenciaga Is Promoting Pedophilia?

Balenciaga has taken responsibility for one of the ads but is suing a set designer and production company for the second — claiming they recklessly included documents relating to child pornography

  • Ads Gone Wrong

The 50 Worst Decisions in Music History

Horrible business moves, artistic blunders, deeply questionable moral judgment — with appearances by Adam Levine, Kiss, Kanye West, and many more

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GOP Turns to MAGA Flop Blake Masters for Election Strategy Advice

The Republican Party is inviting its mistakes to a midterm postmortem in the hopes of learning from them, apparently

  • Autopsy

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Kanye West Used Porn, Bullying, ‘Mind Games’ to Control Staff

Former Yeezy team members claim West showed them explicit images of Kim Kardashian and used fear and manipulation to assert dominance. A scathing open letter to Adidas claims execs "turned their moral compass off”

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Faking the Funk: How Bootsy Collins Impostors Pulled Off the Ultimate Music Biz Scam

With star-shaped shades and platform boots, the Bootsy fakes bilked friends and family out of money over decades

Musicians on Musicians 2022

Welcome to Rolling Stone’s 2022 Musicians on Musicians package where two great artists come together for a free, open conversation about life and music.

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Selena Gomez Wasn’t Sure She Was Ready To Tell This Story


She’s wrestled with bipolar disorder, life-threatening illness, and tabloid hell. Now, she’s opening up about all of it in incredible ways

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The 100 Greatest TV Theme Songs of All Time

From Seventies sitcoms with expository jams to modern prestige classics with experimental scores, from 'Sanford and Son' to 'Succession,' from 'Match Game' to 'Game of Thrones'

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