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Rolling Stone Magazine

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'All the News That Fits' is the stated goal of Rolling Stone Magazine. The editors, with borrowed money and a stolen list of record label contacts, published the first issue in 1967. On March 5, 2006 the 1000th issue of Rolling Stone Magazine rolled off the press. How well do you remember people, places and events that were between the covers of the Rolling Stone?

Question 1:

Who was on the cover of the first issue of Rolling Stone magazine?
John Lennon
Jimi Hendrix
Janis Joplin
Eric Clapton

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' We were somewhere around Barstow on the edge of the desert when the drugs began to take hold', is the opening sentence for this novel first published as a two part series in Rolling Stone magazine.
Hells Angels
The Great Shark Hunt
The Right Stuff
Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas

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Question 3:

Dr. Hook and the Medicine Show finally got their name on the cover of the March 29, 1973 issue of Rolling Stone magazine.

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Name the publisher and editor of Rolling Stone magazine who was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in the Lifetime Achievement category in 2005.
Ralph J. Gleason
Lester Bangs
Jann Wenner
Graydon Carter

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Question 5:

What grunge rocker wore a 'corporate magazines still suck' T-shirt for his cover shot for Rolling Stone magazine?  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)

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She was chief photographer for Rolling Stone until 1983. She took the photograph of a nude John Lennon curled around a clothed Yoko Ono on the morning of the day he was murdered.
Diane Arbus
Annie Leibovitz
Dorthera Lange

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Which movie, written and directed by Cameron Crowe, was based on his experience as a teenage reporter for Rolling Stone magazine?  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)

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This Stephen King novel tells the story of Charlie and her search for a magazine to which she could offer her story about 'The Shop'. The novel ends with her sitting in the waiting room of Rolling Stone magazine.
The Dead Zone
The Stand

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Question 9:

The December 9, 2004 issue of Rolling Stone magazine was a special collector's issue titled 'The 500 Greatest Songs of All Time'. This song, which was voted # 1, was written by a twenty-four-year old singer/songwriter whose voice spoke for many of his generation. Al Kooper played organ and Paul Butterfield played guitar. What was the song?
(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction
Hey, Jude
Smells Like Teen Spirit
Like a Rolling Stone

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Rolling Stone magazine's investigation into the death of a plutonium plant worker for Kerr-McGee helped bring public attention to the dangerous working conditions in those plants. The story was the basis for this 1983 movie, starring Meryl Streep.  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)

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