rollingstone:

Gerard Way opens up about moving on from My Chemical Romance and launching his solo career in this exclusive Q&A.
rollingstone:

The Foo Fighters have taken on the Ice Bucket Challenge.
rollingstone:

"I really like being on. It makes it easier. ‘Cause being off would be pretty fucking boring.”
Robin Williams reflected on his dark days and bright future in our 1991 cover story. Read it in full.

rollingstone:

"I really like being on. It makes it easier. ‘Cause being off would be pretty fucking boring.”

Robin Williams reflected on his dark days and bright future in our 1991 cover story. Read it in full.

huffingtonpost:

THESE 16 DOGS ARE HEROES. THEY ARE ALSO PIT BULLS.

Virtually every dog relishes a loving scratch behind the ears and some sweet, vocal praise. But dogs identified as pit bulls get a bad reputation and a lot less love.

Try not to cry as you read the full stories behind these heroic pit bulls here. 

(via t-esserac-t)

chvches:

i’ve been obsessively listening to this song all day 

(Source: ivegotwarinmind)

mccartneymadness:

January 1966 - Trinidad

mccartneymadness:

January 1966 - Trinidad

pretty—lov3:

You can’t not love The Beatles 

pretty—lov3:

You can’t not love The Beatles 

hilaryhughes:

So, this crazy thing happened at Newport Folk: Jack White broke down in tears. TEARS. REAL. EMOTION. I’m not teasing the Third Man prez and former White Stripe; I was legitimately dumbfounded that the notoriously guarded rocker was opening up to the crowd the way he was while conducting a sing-along tribute to Pete Seeger with “Goodnight, Irene.” It got me thinking about how the Jack White I’d seen at Governors Ball and Bonnaroo earlier this season wouldn’t have stopped shouting or launching into weird rants long enough to pull off such a beautiful moment, and how Newport Folk really, truly cultivates this experience and obliterates any sense of celebrity and inaccessibility between its audience and its talent. I went long on this for Esquire, dissecting the pros and cons of the mega-festival industry and why Coachella, Lollapalooza, etc. can learn a thing or two from the folk at Fort Adams.