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Gravestones knocked over in old Jackson County cemetery

Caretakers of a rural Jackson County cemetery that dates back to the 1830s are pondering their next steps after vandals knocked over several heavy gravestones earlier this month. The damage at Greens Chapel Cemetery, at Borgman and Steinhauser roads between Buckner and Grain Valley, happened at some point over Labor...
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Marvel Fans Freaking Out At Infinity Stone Powered Ultron In What If

Ultron had the Infinity Stones in the latest episode of What If…? People probably weren't expecting the Avengers villain to turn up in this week's installment. You can bet even fewer thought they would see Vision be at the heart of the machine. But, What If is a place for the more fantastical elements of the MCU. So, it all really checks out. "What If Thor Was An Only Child" ended up being an entertaining episode, but the stakes got raised out of nowhere near the end there. With the God of Thunder learning a valuable lesson with the help of Captain Marvel. But, Ultron will now be wreaking havoc on that particular reality. (Maybe this Thor goes for the head off the rip? But, judging by his demeanor in this episode, probably not.) At any rate, fans got an unexpected addition in an episode that a lot of people had some curiosity about. Check out some of the best posts down below:

Rolling Stones Release Video From ‘Tattoo You’ With Vintage Footage

The Rolling Stones’ 1981 album, Tattoo You, is receiving expanded deluxe editions for its 40th anniversary. The newly remastered set, out on October 22, 2021, via Polydor/Interscope/UMe, in a variety of formats, includes nine previously unreleased tracks from the era. A video for the first of these, the rocker “Living In the Heart of Love,” features some vintage footage of the Stones. It was released on Sept. 22; watch it below.

Rolling Stones Dedicate New Video for ‘Living in the Heart of Love’ to Charlie Watts

The Rolling Stones have released a new music video to accompany their recently unearthed Tattoo You-era rarity, “Living in the Heart of Love.”  The black and white video features actresses Marguerite Thiam and Nailia Harzoune partying with friends during a debauched night in Paris where they skip out on a bill at a bar, dance at various clubs, and passionately kiss. Along the way, vintage Stones videos from the Tattoo You-era appear on monitors. Many of the shots focus on Charlie Watts, and the video ends with the words “Charlie Is My Darling,” which was the title of their 1966 concert...

How the Rolling Stones’ Tongue and Lips Logo Was Invented

Five decades on from its creation, the Rolling Stones logo is now one of the most recognizable symbols in the world. But it began as a simple, small emblem. In 1970, the Stones were seeking a poster design for their upcoming European tour and, unhappy with the options offered by their label, reached out to the Royal College of Art in London, where student John Pasche was studying. Recommended by his professor, Pasche was asked to design the poster, as well as - according to a letter sent to Pasche from the Stones' London office - a "logo or symbol which may be used on note paper, as a program cover and as a cover for the press book."

Watch Rolling Stones Give Tribute To Charlie Watts Onstage

The Rolling Stones played their first concert without drummer Charlie Watts at Gillette Stadium in Foxboro, Massachusetts. It was a private event organized by New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft. Aside from frontman Mick Jagger and guitarist Keith Richards, Watts was the only member of the Stones to appear on every recording and every performance.

Watch Rolling Stones Play First Show After Charlie Watts Death

The Rolling Stones recently played their first show without longtime drummer Charlie Watts who joined them in January 1963. It took place at Gillette Stadium in Foxboro, Massachusetts – a private event organized by New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft. It served as the unofficial debut of the band’s new touring drummer Steve Jordan, and they powered through a 14-song set.

The Rolling Stones Pay Tribute To Charlie Watts During A Private Gig For Robert Kraft

The Rolling Stones performed for an audience for the first time since the death of the band’s longtime drummer Charlie Watts who died in August. In the show, a large private event for Patriots owner Robert Kraft hosted at Gilette Stadium on Monday, members of the band paid tribute to their fallen comrade from stage.