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newsweek:

nwkarchivist:

Happy 69th, Mick Jagger!

The Lucifer of rock, the paradigm of the rock superstar as Pied Piper, tribal medicine man, unholy roller, the Dionysus of the rebellious young millions who in the 60’s made rock music the official language of their unfocused but unmistakable disaffection from tradition.

Newsweek January 4, 1971

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-tRdBsnX4N4

newsweek:

nwkarchivist:

Happy 69th, Mick Jagger!


The Lucifer of rock, the paradigm of the rock superstar as Pied Piper, tribal medicine man, unholy roller, the Dionysus of the rebellious young millions who in the 60’s made rock music the official language of their unfocused but unmistakable disaffection from tradition.

Newsweek January 4, 1971

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-tRdBsnX4N4

"If feminism has taught us anything, it is that women can choose, if they wish, to be demure (like Kate), bossy (like Madame Gu), or even, yes, to be spanked after lights-out."  - Our Editor-In-Chief Tina Brown writes that “any discussion of a ‘woman’s role’ has become a cultural third rail” in this week’s editor’s letter. Our cover story, if you’ve perhaps missed it. (via newsweek)

Newsweek Reviving Its 1960s Design for 'Mad Men' Issue, Down to the Ads 

notesfromthenapkin:

This is definitely worth a read. I love Mad Men and novel marketing ideas like this one!

-Sara