His nail polish is pink and mint green. He turns heads, to put it mildly, but nobody comes near because the waitresses hover around the booth protectively. The weirdest thing about him?
Hey all, I'm doing a lot of cleaning of closets and have found a bunch of magazines including several years worth of Stuff, Maxim, some '70s Mad and some '90s playboys ah early childhood exploration. Should I hold onto any of 'em or just check the lot? I found that if you wanted to buy the playboy back issues from playboy.
If you are a collector of vintage rock music magazines, then there are probably issues of Rolling Stone magazine in the archives of your collection. Many collectors still enjoy reading the past issues, starting from the 60s, as well as preserving them for music history. The issues have a sense of capturing that particular moment in history and culture - the shaping of a generation.
The image of Paul, singing from the rooftop in the final 10 minutes, had set him off. Jann Wenner shifted in his seat. John and Yoko were deep into primal-scream therapy, their emotions raw and close to the surface, and the image of a bearded Paul McCartney singing from the rooftop of Apple Records, against a cold London wind, was too much to bear. Lennon and Ono had driven up from Los Angeles to meet the San Francisco fanboy who had bottled the counterculture and now commandedreaders.
A friend once had his magazine collection on prominent display in his trendy Docklands apartment. It being the mids, most were youth and fashion mags such as i-D and The Face, and I distinctly remember how neat and ordered they looked above the acres of black teak shelving. Judging by the popularity of vintage magazines today, perhaps I should have eaten my words or held on to my old magazines.
Click here for an overview of the issue. When I needed an article from the February issue of the defunct travel magazine HolidayI never questioned where to search for it. I picked up the phone and dialed.
Pink Floyd guitarist David Gilmour explains why he's auctioning off around of his iconic instruments for charity. More than half a century after he joined Pink FloydDavid Gilmour will be auctioning off about of the iconic guitars he played both with the band and on his solo releases. They have given me lots of music.
Rolling Stone magazine capped off its 50th anniversary celebration by acquiring a new owner. The company also owns Variety and Women's Wear Daily. Jann Wenner, 71, who co-founded Rolling Stone inwill stay on as editorial director.
Don't have an account yet? Get the most out of your experience with a personalized all-access pass to everything local on events, music, restaurants, news and more. Happy Birthday, Rolling Stonethe first magazine that made us want to pick up a pen and notebook paper and go on an ether binge.
But the old guard that controlled and wrote for newspapers and magazines still appeared to regard rock music as an inconvenient fad. Self-published fanzines were lovingly devoted to their favorite musicians, but rarely lasted more than a handful of issues. Aspiring journalist Jann Wenner saw an opportunity. The New York native had moved west to attend the University of California, Berkeley, where he wrote for the student newspaper.