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Rolling Stone January 17, 2002 -- issue 887
  • Remembering George Harrison
  • Kid Rock
  • Remy Zero
  • Tom Petty
  • Mick Jagger
  • Yoko Ono
  • Paul Simon
  • Keith Richards
  • Elton John
  • Harrison's Life After The Beatles
  • Essential Tracks of Harrison
  • No Doubt

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    Rolling Stone January 31, 2002 -- issue 888

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    Rolling Stone February 14, 2002 -- issue 889

    Cover
    Jennifer Garner.

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    Rolling Stone February 28, 2002 -- issue 890
  • Jerry Garcia
  • Mariah Carey
  • Gorillaz
  • Michelle Branch
  • Bush Drills the Wild West
  • Scott Stapp and Creed
  • SF Lawyers and Their Killer Dog
  • Carson Daly
  • Joey Ramone
  • Q-Tip
  • Johnny Cash
  • Church
  • Elivs Costello

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    Rolling Stone March 14, 2002 -- issue 891

    Q & A Roger Waters by Nathan brackett.

    Features
    "National Affairs" by Jason Vest.

    "Linkin Park" by David Fricke.

    "Comming to America: Part One" by Dan Baum

  • "RS Style" by Kim Goldstein.

    "Cee-Lo's Hip-Hop Redemption Songs" by Mark Binelli.

    "Don Henley Speaks Out" by Don Henley.

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    Rolling Stone March 28, 2002 -- issue 892

    Q & A
    "We Scantlin of Puddle of Mudd" by Jancee Dunn.

    Features
    "National Affairs" by Robert Dreyfuss.

    "Train" by Anthony Bozza.

    "Bad Skin" by Joshua Lipton.

    "Smallville" by Erik Hedegaard.

  • Kristin Kreuk (cover)
  • Tom Welling (cover)
  • Michael Rosenbaum
  • "Coming to America: Part Two" by Dan Baum.

    "(Tom) Petty, Aim, Fire!" by David Wild.

    "Mariah: What's Next?" by Fred Goodman.

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    Rolling Stone April 11, 2002 -- issue 893

    Q & A
    Alanis Morissette by David Wild.

    Features
    ""Elijah Wood" by Paul Alexander.

    "Coming to America: Part Three" by Dan Baum.

    "Shakira" (cover) by Evan Wright.

    "Flight 93" by Randall Sullivan.

    "New Soul, Old Rock Rule the Grammys" by Austin Scaggs.

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    Rolling Stone April 25, 2002 -- issue 894

    Q & A
    Pink by Barry Walters.

    Features
    "Incubus" by Neil Strauss.

    "The Sweetest Things" by Erik Hedegaard.

  • Cameron Diaz (cover)
  • Christina Applegate (cover)
  • Selma Blair (cover)
  • "Marlon Brando" by Jod Kaftan.

    "Adam Clayton" by Patti O'Brien.

    "Petty, Heads, Ramones Lead Hall of Fame Class of 2002" by Jenny Eliscu and Saustin Scaggs.

    "Is the King of Pop Going Broke?" (Michael Jackson) by Peter Wilkinson.

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    Rolling Stone May 9, 2002 -- issue 895

    Q & A
    "Johnny Rzeznik of the Goo Goo Dolls" by Jenny Eliscu.

    Features
    "The Osbournes" (cover) by Erik Hedegaard.

    "Sheryl Crow" by Mim Udovitch.

    "The Rock" by Chris Heath.

    "Blowback" by T.D. Allman.

    "We Got to a Space Where the Sons Could Fly" (Dave Matthews Band) by Neva Chonin.

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    Rolling Stone May 23, 2002 -- issue 896

    Q & A
    Ashanti by Matt Diehl.

    Features
    "Mos Def" by Jeff Goodell.

    "Robert Blake" by Deanne Stillman.

    "Kirsten Dunst" (cover) by David A. Keeps.

    "David Blaine" by Erik Hedegaard.

    "If the World Wants a Show, Here It Is!" (Eminem) by Anthony Bozza.

    "Life During Wartime" by David J. Prince.

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    Rolling Stone June 6, 2002 -- issue 897

    Q & A
    Elvis Costello by Rob Sheffield.

    Features
    "Moby" by David Fricke.

    "Wild Thing" by Vanessa Grigoriadis.

    "The Nirvana Wars" (Kurt Cobain, cover) by Chris Heath.

    "The Last Days of Layne Staley" by Charles R. Cross.

    "Stripped-Down and Intimate" (Rolling Stones) by Anthony DeCurtis.

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    Rolling Stone June 20, 2002 -- issue 898

    Q & A
    Musiq by David Wild.

    Features
    "Rivers Cuomo" by Jenny Eliscu.

    "Natalie Portman" (cover) by Chris Heath.

    "The Priest and the Boy" by Jason Berry.

    "Al Pacino" by Lawrence Grobel.

    "Gear to Go" by Steve Morgenstern.

    "Punk Rock to Pipe Bombs" by Larry Kanter.

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    Rolling Stone July 4-11, 2002 -- issue 899/900

    Features
    "Norah Jones" by Erik Hedegaard.

    "Pot in Europe" by Gregory Katz.

    "Pink" by Mim Udovitch.

    "Eminem" (cover) by Anthony Bozza.

    "Ozzfest" by Tom Perrotta.

    "The Car Guy" by Phil Patton.

    "Columbia: Part 2" by T.D. Allman.

    "A Bad Day All Around" by Ethan Hawke.

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    Rolling Stone July 25, 2002 -- issue 901

    Q & A
    Anthony Kiedis by David Wild.

    Features
    "Who Is the $3 Billion Man?" (Clive Calder) by Rian Malan.

    "King of Pain" (Chris Carrabba) by Gavin Edwards.

    "Not Much War, But Plenty of Hell" by Evan Wright.

    "Ozzy Speaks!" (Ozzy Osbourne) by David Fricke.

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    Rolling Stone August 8, 2002 -- issue 902

    Features
    "Avril Lavigne" by Gavin Edwards.

    "Beyond the Osbournes" by Rob Sheffield.

    "Dave Matthews Band" (cover) by David Fricke.

    "COming Soon to a Battlefield Near You" by Phil Patton.

    "Pete Townshend's Blues" by Chris Heath.

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    Rolling Stone August 22, 2002 -- issue 903

    Features
    "Reinventing Elvis" by Fred Goodman.

    "Punk Summer Camp" by Chris Nelson and Austin Scaggs.

    "The White Stripes, for Real" by Neil Strauss.

    "A Boss Named Gotti" (Irv Gotti) by Toure.

    "The 100-MPH Barrier" by Rich Cohen.

    "The Return of (Bruce) Springsteen" by Mark Binelli.

    "An American Nightmare" by Evan Wright.

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    Rolling Stone September 5, 2002 -- issue 904

    Features
    "DJ Shadow Knows" by Mark Binelli.

    "Introducing: Robin Williams!" by Lawrence Grobel.

    "Exploring Asia" (Asia Argento, cover) by Erik Hedegaard.

    "Vin Diesel, Rated XXX" by Jeffrey Wells.

    "Rock's Worst Meltdowns" by Rob Sheffield.

    "Ernest Hemingway's Best Boy" by John Colapinto.

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    Rolling Stone September 19, 2002 -- issue 905

    Q & A
    "Pelle Almvist of the Hives" by Jenny Eliscu.

    Features
    "John Forte's Rap" by Peter Wilkinson.

    "The Strokes Come Home" by Austin Scaggs.

    "Chuck Palahniuk" by Mark Binelli.

    "New Nirvana Album Mystery" by Jenny Eliscu.

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    Rolling Stone October 3, 2002 -- issue 906

    Q & A
    James Taylor by Jenny Eliscu.

    Features
    "Coldplay" by Toure.

    "Sarah Silverman".

    "Brittany Murphy".

    "Do Me! or Else..." (Jordan) by Janet Reitman.

    "Jenifer Love Hewitt" (cover) by Chris Heath.

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    Rolling Stone October 17, 2002 -- issue 907

    Q & A
    Ryan Adams by Joe Levy.

    Features
    "Beck is Back" by Anthony Bozza.

    "The Sex Pistols' Revenge" by Erik Hedegaard.

    "The Coming War" by Will Dana.

    "Will Keith Richards Bury Us All? (cover) by David Fricke.

    "Did He Do It? (Christopher "Notorious B.I.G." Wallace) by Steve Knopper.

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    Rolling Stone October 31, 2002 -- issue 908

    Women in Rock Special Issue

  • Britney Spears (cover and inside)
  • Sharon Osbourne
  • Sleater-Kinney
  • Nelly Furtado
  • Pink
  • Mary J. Blige (cover and inside)
  • Tori Amos
  • Sheryl Crow
  • Macy Gray
  • Ashanti
  • Cher
  • Michelle Branch
  • Jewel
  • Mandy Moore
  • Alanis Morissette (cover and inside)
  • Nikka Costa
  • Stevie Nicks
  • Shakira

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    Rolling Stone November 14, 2002 -- issue 909

    Q & A
    "Jackson Browne by Jenny Eliscu.

    Features
    "The Next Christina Aguilera" (cover) by Chris Heath.

    "Tom Petty is Pissed" by David Wild.

    "Michael Moore Shoots His Mouth Off" by Mim Udovitch.

    "Conor Oberst, Boy Genius" by Gavin Edwards.

    "Sweden Rocks" by John Harris.

    "Eminem's Movie Gamble" by David Thigpen.

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    Rolling Stone November 28, 2002 -- issue 910

    Special Collectors' Edition

    The Simpsons Make Rock History

    Q & A
    Dave Grohl by Kirk Miller.

    Features
    "Warren Zevon's Last Words" by David Fricke.

    "Bono's Photo Album" by Anton Corbijn.

    "Audioslave" by Gavin Edwards.

    "Beyond Oil" by Amanda Griscom.

    "The First Family of Rock" (The Simpsons, cover) by Jenny Eliscu.

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    Rolling Stone December 12, 2002 -- issue 911

    Special Issue

    People of the Year

  • Eminem (cover)
  • The Hives
  • The Rolling Stones
  • Avril Lavigne
  • John Mayer
  • Beyonce Knowles
  • Tobey Maguire
  • Reese Witherspoon
  • Yeah Yeah Yeahs
  • System of a Down
  • Kelly Osbourne
  • Jeff Tweedy
  • Jonathan Safran Foer
  • Beck
  • Bruce Springsteen
  • Steven Van Zandt
  • Nelly
  • Norah Jones
  • The White Stripes
  • The Vines

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    Rolling Stone December 26, 2002 / January 9, 2003 -- issue 912/913

    Rock & Roll Yearbook

    Q & A
    Joni Mitchell by David Wild.

    Features
    "Sum 41" by Bob Sheffield.

    "Bernie Mac" Mark Binelli.

    "John Densmore".

    "Iraq: Why Now?" by Amanda Griscom.

    "McCartney Reignites Beatles Feud" by Jenny Eliscu.

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