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  • Coachella 2012: Saturday's party mix of mags, rags and swag

     
    If the high heat sapped the energy on the polo field during the second weekend of the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, it didn’t slow down the party scene. Weekend Two brought branded bashes to the desert, some from music and pop culture...
  • Against Me! singer/founder Tom Gabel comes out as transgender

     
    Tom Gabel, founder of the punk rock group Against Me!, has announced that he is transgender and will begin the process of undergoing sexual-reassignment surgery to become a woman....
  • Fashion News: Georgia May Jagger named face of Material Girl

     
    Georgia May Jagger, daughter of Rolling Stone Mick Jagger and supermodel Jerry Hall, is the new celebrity face of Madonna and daughter Lourdes' Material Girl juniors line. Raf Simons debuts as Dior's new creative director, to much acclaim from critics....
  • ‘American Idol’: Steven Tyler refused to be Simon Cowell

     
    Steven Tyler is opening up about his two-year stint on “American Idol” now that he's left the show. He tells Rolling Stone that he wasn't interested in being critical like original judge Simon Cowell. “The show's about kids and what...
  • Crosby, Stills, Nash and Morello rage against Prop. 32

     
    Tom Morello joined veteran activist super-group Crosby, Stills & Nash in Los Angeles on Wednesday for a fundraiser to defeat Proposition 32. The November ballot measure would make major changes to California's campaign finance system, including banning...
  • Who are the ‘50 Funniest People Now’? Sorry, Jay Leno

     
    Rolling Stone has drawn up a list of the “50 Funniest People Now.” Jay Leno didn't make the cut. But Joan Rivers was No. 49, Jimmy Fallon was No. 47, Melissa McCarthy was No. 45, and Mindy Kaling was No. 41. David Letterman ranked No. 35,...