On June 3rd, 1968, eight months after the first issue of Rolling Stone hit newsstands, editor and publisher Jann Wenner sat down at a typewriter and wrote Bob Dylan a letter. "I don't mean to add to the number of people that pester you every day," he wrote. "But we would like very much to include some direct coverage of your activities in our publication. You don't have to tell us what kind of oatmeal you like in between meals, but it would be nice to let us and our readers know what you think about your music and what is happening in popular music today."
The Love Actuallysequel that everyone has been waiting for is finally in the works.Red Nose Day Actually — a 10-minute follow-up to the (mostly) beloved rom-com starring Keira Knightley, Colin Firth and Hugh Grant — will explore what the characters are up to in 2017, nearly 14 years after the events of the original movie.
France's leading cardiologists are telling the French to get under the covers on Valentine's Day, and as often as possible in fact, due to the mental and physical health benefits that come with regular love-making.
It may seem like a doomed attempt to mix business and pleasure. But a growing number of young professionals in Silicon Valleyinsist that taking small doses of psychedelic drugs simply makes them perform better at work – becoming more creative and focused. The practice, known as “microdosing”, involves taking minute quantities of drugs such as LSD, psilocybin (magic mushrooms) or mescaline (found in the Peyote cactus) every few days.