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Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger is set to become a great-grandfather early next year.
"The GOP establishment is so mad they have momentarily stopped attacking Sarah Palin," declares National Review contributing editor Jeffrey Lord, commenting on Republican reaction to Sen. Ted Cruz and his determination to derail the Affordable Care Act.
Tate Taylor, the Mississippi native who directed “The Help,” said Monday that he’ll make a biographical feature film about James Brown in the state, starting this fall.
Barack Obama is bored. You can see it in his demeanor and in his face, the way anticipation becomes melancholy. Most of all you can hear it in his voice when he steps up to make the speech that once sent audiences into frenzy. He's mailing it in (with postage due).
An energized, ebullient Paul McCartney — bounding from guitar to piano and back, clearly enjoying himself — showed a packed house at Nationals Park that his longtime rival Mick Jagger isn't the only graying 1960s icon with a time machine.
Kenneth Minogue, a professor emeritus at the London School of Economics, passed away on June 28. The New Zealand-born and Australian-educated academic was a conservative intellectual giant, an inspirational figure who championed classical liberalism, small government, free markets and more individual rights and freedoms at every turn.
As much as Rolling Stones fans love the big hits, they also want to hear something different! On a 22- or 23-song set list, there's more than ample room to throw in some surprises and album tracks. But the Stones are strangely reluctant to stray from the hits.
The Rolling Stones must have passed through a time machine before taking the Staples Center stage to kick off their "50 and Counting" tour.
For one night only, the Rolling Stones were an up-and-coming band again.