Rolling Stone magazine is under fire this week for its decision to put Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev on its cover.
The cover image - a picture that Tsarnaev took of himself and that graced the front page of the New York Times recently - is being criticized by some readers for portraying the alleged terrorist as a "rock star." The portrait has drawn comparisons to a previous Rolling Stone cover featuring late Doors singer Jim Morrison.
Ray Manzarek, the keyboardist and one of the founding members of the legendary rock group The Doors, has died, CBS News reports. He was 74.
His publicist said that Manzarek died Monday at...read more
Boldly going where no Rose Parade performer, and certainly not Ashlee, has gone before, American Idol alumna Katharine McPhee will sing live, and not lip-synch, from atop her float at the New Year's Day event, Access Hollywood reports.... The upcoming Grammy Awards will dole out lifetime-achievement awards to The Doors, The Grateful Dead, Joan Baez, Maria Callas, Ornette Coleman, Bob Wills, and Booker T. and the MGs.read more