New interview with Christine McVie @rollingstone… Seems like the band is preparing for a new album WITHOUT Stevie’s participation…. and a subsequent set of shows with 4 out of the 5 members before the next world tour (with Stevie)…interesting!

#fleetwoodmac #christinemcvie #lindseybuckingham #mickfleetwood #johnmcvie #interview

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Lucky Cat-ch Magazine for all your shipping needs. I even labeled all these dorks’ relationships:

The Cool Couple, the Chill Couple, the Cute Couple, the Cheeky Couple, the Captivating Couple, and the Courtly Couple

I never realized how important Michael and Ashton are to each other. Disregarding everything else, Ashton said that he worries about Michael all the time and that he does whatever he can to make Michael happy. The fact that Michael was struggling much more than we ever knew means that he is pretty good at hiding things, and I’m glad that he has Ashton to make sure that he’s alright.


Oscar Isaac photographed by Mark Seliger for RollingStone (June 2016)

He’s bemused by the fervent female fan base he’s acquired, with bloggers calling him “the Internet’s boyfriend.” “The Internet never struck me as being into monogamous relationships,” he says with a small laugh. “It’s very promiscuous, the Internet.”



When you look back at 2015, these magazine covers suggest that Black men are stylish, artistic, successful, athletic, industrious, innovative, introspective and culturally relevant. With the enormous challenges and imbalances with social justice and African American men, it’s nice to see a more positive portrayal of success, elevation and beating the odds. 

I just wanted to write music that could touch people. A songwriter — you play a few chords and sing a melody that’s been done a thousand times, and now you’re a singer-songwriter. I think it takes a little more than that to do something that matters. And I wish I could write a song where all the parts work. When you hear a song like that, it’s like finding a new friend. Maybe you’ve been fucking alone and looking for someone, and when you find them, it’s like everything seems better. I feel like sometimes great artists — it won’t politically affect anything, but it can make a crack in the ceiling and you can see a bit of light. You don’t know what’s gonna come, but you try. I think eighty-five percent of the fun is just going for it. And not going for it for your own gratification, but making personal sacrifices to do it right.” Suddenly self-conscious about having waxed philosophical, he looks me in the eyes and laughs. “Or not.

-Julian Casablancas when asked what he wanted to be when he was a kid

Rolling Stone, The Making of The Strokes

There comes a time in every Time Lord’s regeneration where they must face the forces of Comic-Con. Peter Capaldi, who succeeded Matt Smith in 2013, received a brief respite when BBC America decided not to have a Doctor Who presence last year. Although he might not have the youthful looks of Smith, or David Tennant before him, the Scottish actor has now proven he has the same vigor as his predecessors; the gent hauled his severe eyebrows to interview after interview, panel after panel, and even the Hall H line. When it finally came time for him to step into the spotlight, there was a moment where he locked eyes with his co-star and Comic-Con veteran Jenna Coleman, who smiled back as if to say, “See, I told you it was bigger on the inside.”