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The latest ‘Rolling Stone Music Now’ podcast is now available. You can listen and subscribe to the podcast on iTunes and Spotify. Judas Priest's Rob Halford stops by to discuss our list of the 100 Greatest Metal Albums of all Time. He also shared of his own Top 10 favorite albums, spoke about the history of heavy metal and traced the thought process behind Judas Priest's landmark 'British Steel' album.

Emilia Clarke appears on our latest cover. You can read the story in full at RollingStone.com. In the feature, Clarke opens up about how ‘Game of Thrones’ has brought out her inner feminist, how she endured a rough year only to emerge from the ashes stronger and what’s in store after she stops playing the Game next year. Photograph by Mark Seliger (@markseliger)

Bob Dylan’s complete archives, including nearly 6,000 previously unseen lyric manuscripts, are arriving at a library in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The public will be able to see a curated set of items when a planned Dylan museum opens downtown in two years or so, but we were given a peek at some of the memorabilia. Head to RollingStone.com for an inside look at the collection.

Much like Kumail Nanjiani’s stand-up and his popular Twitter account, ‘The Big Sick’ has a sweet, sincere sense of humor. Nanjiani spoke with us about defying romantic comedy clichés, the future of ‘Silicon Valley’ and why society is lost without empathy. Head to RollingStone.com to read the full interview. Photograph by Brinson+Banks

We spent the day celebrating love and equality with artists Sam Tsui and his husband Casey Breves at NYC Pride. Check out highlights shot on Pixel, Phone by Google by Dolly Faibyshev (@dollyfaibyshev) #teampixel #sponsored

Happy birthday Ariana Grande! In the past four years, she released three albums that were all certified platinum. She’s had acting roles in 'Scream Queens' and the TV broadcast of 'Hairspray Live!' This past May, she turned tragedy into triumph after a bomb went off at her Manchester 'Dangerous Woman Tour' show. In the weeks following the attack, she organized the One Love Manchester concert to benefit the victims of the bombing. Learn more at RollingStone.com. RG: @arianagrande

Michael Jackson passed away eight years ago today. From the start of his career as part of the Jackson Five to the release of his mega-hits "Billie Jean" and "Thriller," he truly cemented his title as the King of Pop. He influenced everyone from his sister Janet to Usher to Justin Timberlake. Not many other artists can compete with his distinct voice and impeccable dance moves. Read more about him at RollingStone.com.

In Netflix's new 1980s-set series 'Glow,' Alison Brie plays and out-of-work actress who enters the world of female wrestling. In our new feature, we spoke to the actress and the show's creators about recreating the golden age of female-wrestling TV and why it's a female-empowerment touchstone. "It's not about women tearing each other down," says Brie. "It's about women working together to find themselves." Read the full story at RollingStone.com.

Happy birthday Solange! Last year, the singer/songwriter released her third studio album, 'A Seat at the Table.' It was her first Number One album in the U.S. and her single, "Cranes in the Sky," earned her a Grammy for Best R&B Performance. This summer she will perform at the Panorama and Made in America music festivals. Learn more at RollingStone.com. Photograph by Juco

Director Brian Knappenberger wanted to make a documentary about Hulk Hogan's trial against Gawker Media after the wrestler sued the company for publishing a sex tape featuring him. Then, President Trump got elected and the film took a whole new turn to unravel the idea that journalism is being attacked from every side. "We need to stand up for an independent press and support good journalism," he says. Read the full story at RollingStone.com.

Sofia Coppola’s remake of ‘The Beguiled’ — which features Elle Fanning, Kirsten Dunst and Nicole Kidman — takes the a macho ‘70s Clint Eastwood war film and turns it into a female-gaze revenge story. “I kind of love it for what it is, but the women are crazy, and you can’t relate to those characters,” the director told us. “My main thing was to imagine what it was like for these women who were raised to be ladies, but then have to survive during this really brutal time.” Read the full story at RollingStone.com. Photograph by Ben Rothstein

In his latest column, Matt Taibbi calls the NBA draft "a bizarre comedy of errors in which teams of millionaire executives get a whole year to consider a single decision and somehow still get it wrong." From avoiding any player described as the "next Larry Bird" to hoarding second-round picks, he shares five basic rules to get you prepared for tonight’s draft. Read the full story at RollingStone.com.

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