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Keith Richards

All the Rock That’s Fit to Print

Books about our rock heroes, written by those heroes, always have a special kick because we get to hear about their highs and lows from the most personal insider perspective possible. The best of the best lay bare their lives, struggles, and creative processes —

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Key West: Top-Notch Things to Do in Our Bottom-Most City

Key West! That sunny southernmost part of the Continental United States. A freewheeling quirk-fest. Greenwich Village with palm trees. The town that snow has never seen. A mecca of cheesy T-shirt shops, classic kitsch, the frequent roar of motorcycles and fabulous key lime pies. However

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Your 5 Favorite Albums by The Who

Our post ranking The Who’s studio albums from great to glorious earlier this year yielded quite a spirited debate, some strong push-back, and one largely shared favorite. Many of you stated deeply felt opinions — sometimes vociferously — that differed from our own very personal

Vroom, Vroom, Vroom…It’s All About The Driving Rhythm

Cars have a long history of being anthropomorphized, glorified, even sexualized in rock ‘n roll. Why is that? Is it the powering of the motor, the status of the model or the sensuality of the design? Whatever it is, car songs have been charting our

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Rock On! Five Films by the Fab Four

The Beatles have left an indelible mark on pop culture with their legacy of stellar songs. But their output was not confined to music. From 1964 to 1970, they also created five movies – each distinctly different, each undeniably Beatlesque, all eminently watchable. It is