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SI.com: Michael Rosenberg: Why the NFL Draft has become a cultural phenomenonupdated: Thu Apr 28 2011 13:29:00

Well, now we have the proof: Even if the NFL shuts down completely, the draft will thrive. When the world ends, the only things that will survive are cockroaches, Keith Richards, the NFL Draft and Mel Kiper's hair.

Keith Richards' daughter gets sympathy from prosecutorsupdated: Fri Apr 22 2011 10:26:00

The daughter of Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards scored some sympathy with prosecutors with charges to be dismissed in six months if she stays out of trouble.

SI.com: Steve Rushin: What Keith Richards taught me about sportsupdated: Wed Apr 06 2011 12:11:00

I once played golf with Jesse Ventura, who brandished a telescopic ball retriever throughout our round and probed the many ponds for other people's Titleists. "I'm lookin' for Pro V1s," explained The Body, who was the sitting governor of Minnesota at the time. "Those puppies are five dollars a ball."

Keith Richards' daughter faces drug, graffiti chargesupdated: Wed Mar 02 2011 16:21:00

The daughter of Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards was arrested after allegedly scrawling graffiti on a building in a Manhattan neighborhood Tuesday night, according to police.

The Stones' grand return from 'Exile'updated: Tue May 18 2010 13:11:00

In the new documentary "Stones in Exile," Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards defines the art form he's epitomized for almost 50 years.

Where to rent celebrity homesupdated: Thu May 13 2010 11:04:00

Staying at a hotel popular with celebrities means you could swim in the same pool as Kate Hudson once did or sleep in Madonna's favorite oceanfront suite. But imagine if you could actually live -- at least for a week or two -- in Mick Jagger's six-bedroom Caribbean retreat in Mustique. You could check out his personal photos, tool around in his Jeep, even use his can opener.

People.com: The Sexiest Man Alive: Johnny Deppupdated: Thu Nov 19 2009 11:37:00

Part-time pirate, full-time family man, the sexy star joins an elite club of two-time SMA winners

The sexiest man alive: Johnny Deppupdated: Wed Nov 18 2009 16:08:00

Break out the Bordeaux, the whoopee cushions and the bangin' Keith Richards guitar solos.

Scorsese shines a light on the Rolling Stonesupdated: Mon Aug 31 2009 07:11:00

Two titans of showbusiness have come together in a perfect pairing: The Rolling Stones, the world's greatest band, play two nights at New York's intimate Beacon Theatre; capturing the night on camera is celebrated film director, Martin Scorsese.

FSB: Guitars for rock godsupdated: Fri May 22 2009 06:08:00

In Jimmy Brown's business, he never knows who - or what - is going to walk through the door. He fondly remembers many of the instruments that have found their way to his Louisville store, Guitar Emporium, over the years: a 1929 acoustic Martin 00-45, a 1954 sunburst Fender Stratocaster with a rare form-fitting case, a 1958 Gibson ES-355 with an original stop tailpiece and a 1959 Cherry Sunburst Gibson Les Paul, to name just a few.

People.com: Amy Winehouse's No. 1 Fan? Keith Richards!updated: Mon Mar 17 2008 11:22:00

But, the rock icon warns, the singer "isn't going to be around long unless she sorts herself out"

Fortune: 8 ways to recession-proof your jobupdated: Sat Mar 15 2008 12:22:00

First, let's not panic. True, payrolls shrunk by 17,000 in January. But at the same time, the Labor Department adjusted December's numbers upward, reporting that 82,000 new jobs were created that month - a far larger figure than the government's initial estimate of 18,000. Unemployment, now at 4.9%, is just 0.9% higher than the 4% level that economists consider "full employment" (meaning that everyone who wants a job has one).

SI.com: Arash Markazi: Poker player Gold searching for the Vegas dreamupdated: Tue Nov 20 2007 16:37:00

LAS VEGAS -- Traveling with Jamie Gold has its perks. A flight to Las Vegas, for example, isn't simply a one-hour trip from San Francisco to Sin City; it's a theatrical production worthy of a casino showroom.

Time.com: 10 Questions for Ron Woodupdated: Wed Oct 24 2007 17:00:00

He has been the Rolling Stones' hard-living guitarist for more than three decades. Now he is telling it all in his autobiography, Ronnie. Ron Wood will now take your questions

Richards can't get no satisfactionupdated: Wed Aug 29 2007 08:05:00

Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards has demanded an apology from Swedish newspapers for their scathing reviews of the group's performance in the country earlier this month.

Stones escape fine for lighting upupdated: Wed Aug 22 2007 00:01:00

Bosses of the O2 arena were cautioned but escaped a fine on Wednesday after two members of the Rolling Stones defied England's new anti-smoking law and lit up on stage.

CNNMoney: Guitarist Keith Richards rolling in book doughupdated: Tue Jul 31 2007 06:22:00

Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards has signed a deal reportedly worth more than $7 million to write his autobiography, a tome that will trace his trek from cherubic choirboy to rock 'n' roll survivor.

CNNMoney: Richards may get satisfaction from publishersupdated: Wed Jul 25 2007 22:25:00

Publishers vying for the rights to rocker Keith Richards' autobiography have pushed up the Rolling Stones guitarist's advance to $7.3 million, according to a report.

SI.com: Jenn Sterger: Kudos to pair of drivers, Ducks fever, advice moreupdated: Thu May 31 2007 00:05:00

Athlete of the Week: It must not be easy being Ashley Judd's husband, but this week it certainly isn't a bad role to be in. Not only are you married to one of the hottest actresses around (not to mention a huge sports fan), but you'r also the winner of the 2007 Indianapolis 500. So kudos to Dario Franchitti. He may not have gotten his day in the "sun," (thanks to those nasty afternoon thunderstorms), but at least he gets to wake up next to Judd every morning.

Time.com: Pirates of the Caribbean: At Wits' Endupdated: Mon May 28 2007 16:00:00

In a summer of sequels, the third go-round for Johnny Depp and his not-so-merry miscreants leaves Richard Schickel with a sinking feeling

Johnny Depp: Nautical but niceupdated: Thu May 24 2007 09:39:00

Johnny Depp has appeared in a wide range of films, from art-house, in Jim Jarmusch's "Dead Man," to the recent grand-scale reworking of Roald Dahl's children's classic "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory;" from the dark and gothic "Edward Scissorhands" to the understated and deeply moving "Finding Neverland."

Fortune: Rock musicianupdated: Thu Nov 09 2006 09:49:00

ROBERT TRUJILLO, bassist, Metallica

showbuzzupdated: Wed Jul 05 2006 15:33:00

In her first TV interview since her recovery, Kylie Minogue fought back tears as she described the moment she discovered she had breast cancer.

Richards OK, Stones tour to rollupdated: Fri Jun 02 2006 09:22:00

The Rolling Stones have rescheduled their European concert tour after guitarist Keith Richards made a complete recovery from his brain operation and apologized for "falling off my perch" while holidaying in Fiji.

Bill Wyman's view of the worldupdated: Wed May 31 2006 10:56:00

In 1965 -- the year of "Satisfaction" -- the Rolling Stones were finally starting to make some rock-star money. The members of the group purchased houses, cars and started investing in their individual passions.

showbuzzupdated: Mon May 22 2006 12:05:00

Keith Richards has returned to the United States after being treated for a head injury in New Zealand, his publicist said Monday.

Fortune: Rent the Fifth Stone's Farm for Your Next Retreatupdated: Mon Nov 28 2005 00:01:00

CHUCK LEAVELL, KICKASS PIANO PLAYER and all-around nice guy, sports more than his share of cool labels, among them "the fifth Rolling Stone" (he has been touring and recording with the band since t...

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Stone 'ready to rock 'n' roll'updated: Sat Oct 02 2004 09:06:00

Rolling Stones drummer Charlie Watts has been given the green light to get back on stage and join Mick Jagger and other bandmates in a new world tour after winning a battle against throat cancer, according to a British newspaper report.

Fortune: Inside the Rolling Stones Inc.updated: Mon Sep 30 2002 00:01:00

Mick Jagger is wearing a cool pink shirt, slim black trousers, and bright red socks. His hair is--well, there's a lot of it. But don't let the look fool you. Mick is all business. That's business w...

Fortune: Junichiro Koizumiupdated: Mon May 14 2001 00:01:00

Japan's new Prime Minister loves rock music and has a mane of hair that looks like Keith Richards'. If the upset winner turns his country's fortunes around, it will be an even greater surprise. The...

Fortune: Talk About a Rough Writer...updated: Mon Oct 30 2000 00:01:00

Sonny Barger has been the unofficial head of the Hell's Angels since the late 1950s. When he took over the club--don't call it a gang!--it was a loose confederation of California bikers. Today ther...

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