A professional pop culture junkie for more than 25 years, Jeff Giles regularly surfaces in a number of far-flung locations on the Web.
Keith Richards Admits Pulling a Knife in a Trump-Fueled Rage
It's a story that seems deliberately crafted to play up the most outlandish elements of the involved parties' public personas.
The History of ‘Saturday Night Live”s ‘More Cowbell’ Sketch
There's never really any true way to know whether a 'Saturday Night Live' sketch will become an instant classic or quickly fade from memory.
Jon Bon Jovi Writes Note to Excuse Band’s Opening Act From School
If you have an opportunity to skip class in order to open for Bon Jovi, you've got to take it.
Grammy President Says ‘Women Need to Step Up’ After Male Nominees Dominate Awards
An awards show is nothing if not a snapshot of its time — and this year's Grammy Awards ceremony took place in the midst of a groundswell of discussion about gender equality and sexual misconduct, much of which has rocked the entertainment industry.
Eric Clapton Confesses Shame Over Racist Remarks
Eric Clapton said he "sabotaged everything" when he supported a white nationalist politician in the mid-'70s.
Charles Manson Is Reportedly Just About Dead
Charles Manson has reportedly been transferred from his prison cell to a hospital in Bakersfield, Calif., where he's said to have little hope of recovery from an undisclosed ailment.
How Jon Bon Jovi’s Buffalo Bills Bid Was Thwarted by Donald Trump
Jon Bon Jovi's efforts to join a group of investors and purchase the Buffalo Bills unraveled into a public relations nightmare in 2014 — and according to a new report, the campaign to block his bid all started with an idea from Donald Trump.
Bob Seger Starts ‘Road to Recovery’ After Surgery
Just weeks after postponing his 2017 tour due to an "urgent medical issue," Bob Seger has assured fans that all is well.
The Story of Boston’s Blockbuster Debut Album
Boston mastermind Tom Scholz served up a multi-platinum work with his band's debut record in 1976.