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Other Views: Terror suspect as rock star? Bad idea

July 19, 2013 in The Dickinson Press

Rolling Stone’s self-righteous reasoning doesn’t convince. The magazine has a dreamy and flattering photo on its cover of accused Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, along with a tease to a story purporting to show how the young man turned into a “monster.” Continue Reading

Bomber as rock star? Rolling Stone cover outrage

July 17, 2013 in The Dickinson Press

NEW YORK Sultry eyes burn into the camera lens from behind tousled curls. A scruff of sexy beard and loose T-shirt are bathed in soft, yellow light. The close-up of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev on the cover of Rolling Stone to hit shelves Friday looks more like a young Bob Dylan or Jim Morrison than the 19-year-old who pleaded not guilty a little more than a week ago in the Boston Marathon bombing, his arm in a cast and his face swollen in court. Continue Reading

Bomber as rock star? Rolling Stone cover outrage

July 17, 2013 in The Dickinson Press

NEW YORK Sultry eyes burn into the camera lens from behind tousled curls. A scruff of sexy beard and loose T-shirt are bathed in soft, yellow light. The close-up of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev on the cover of Rolling Stone to hit shelves Friday looks more like a young Bob Dylan or Jim Morrison than the 19-year-old who pleaded not guilty a little more than a week ago in the Boston Marathon bombing, his arm in a cast and his face swollen in court. Continue Reading

Bomber as rock star? Rolling Stone cover outrage

July 17, 2013 in The Dickinson Press

NEW YORK Sultry eyes burn into the camera lens from behind tousled curls. A scruff of sexy beard and loose T-shirt are bathed in soft, yellow light. The close-up of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev on the cover of Rolling Stone to hit shelves Friday looks more like a young Bob Dylan or Jim Morrison than the 19-year-old who pleaded not guilty a little more than a week ago in the Boston Marathon bombing, his arm in a cast and his face swollen in court. Continue Reading

Bomber as rock star? Rolling Stone cover outrage

July 17, 2013 in The Dickinson Press

NEW YORK Sultry eyes burn into the camera lens from behind tousled curls. A scruff of sexy beard and loose T-shirt are bathed in soft, yellow light. The close-up of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev on the cover of Rolling Stone to hit shelves Friday looks more like a young Bob Dylan or Jim Morrison than the 19-year-old who pleaded not guilty a little more than a week ago in the Boston Marathon bombing, his arm in a cast and his face swollen in court. Continue Reading

Bomber as rock star? Rolling Stone cover outrage

July 17, 2013 in The Dickinson Press

NEW YORK Sultry eyes burn into the camera lens from behind tousled curls. A scruff of sexy beard and loose T-shirt are bathed in soft, yellow light. The close-up of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev on the cover of Rolling Stone to hit shelves Friday looks more like a young Bob Dylan or Jim Morrison than the 19-year-old who pleaded not guilty a little more than a week ago in the Boston Marathon bombing, his arm in a cast and his face swollen in court. Continue Reading

Bob Dylan: Stigma of slavery ruined America

September 12, 2012 in Grand Forks Herald

The veteran musician tells Rolling Stone that in America “people (are) at each other’s throats just because they are of a different color,” adding that “it will hold any nation back.” He also says blacks know that some whites “didn’t want to give up slavery.” Continue Reading

Wilson photo graces Rolling Stone Magazine

August 2, 2011 in West Fargo Pioneer

Prestigious shot features Forberg of X Games fame Continue Reading

Lennon’s final interview: ‘Plenty of time’ to accomplish life goals

December 8, 2010 in Grand Forks Herald

Critics just interested in ‘dead heroes,’ he saidThe final interview by former Beatle John Lennon, just three days before his shooting death, was released to The Associated Press by Rolling Stone today, the 30th anniversary of the musician’s death. The issue using the full interview will be on magazine stands on Friday. Continue Reading