Here’s the cover of this week’s Newsweek, the last print issue before we go all-digital in 2013. Yup, it’s a hashtag. Use it!
Patent Pending - “Break Stuff” (Limp Bizkit Piano Ballad Cover) off “Spring Break ‘99”
Just listen to this whole EP, okay?
- I Want It That Way
- All Star
- Every Morning
- Break Stuff
- My Own Worst Enemy
This week in EW: Our giant summer movie preview, featuring The Dark Knight Rises.
This week in EW: Music! Makes the people! Come together! We’ve got a list of the 30 Greatest Artists Right Now (Rihanna, Taylor Swift, the Black Keys, Drake, Jack White, Azealia Banks, and two dozen other musical phenomena), an Ultimate 2012 Playlist, a 2012 Coachella Preview… and, of course, an article about how Adele is changing music.
“We were just sitting, talking about creativity and everyday stuff. I was beginning to build a level of intimacy with him, and then he rushed off, and came back in and plopped down in that pose. He spontaneously sat down with a Macintosh in his lap. I got the shot the first time. We did do a few more shots later on, and he even did a few yoga poses—he lifted his leg and put it over his shoulder—and I just thought we were two guys hanging out, chatting away, and enjoying the relationship. It wasn’t like there was a conceptualization here—this was completely off the cuff, spontaneity that we never thought would become a magazine image.”
- Photographer Norman Seeff reflects on his iconic image of Steve Jobs, now featured on the cover of our special edition issue commemorating the life of the late Apple CEO.
Featuring Seinfeld, Sex and the City, Golden Girls, and the Fresh Prince.
Better, better, best.
Solid stuff from Zach.