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Read this: Keith Richards; Scary Midterms; Obama on Stewart reviewed


Himself in leather pants, 1973. (Michael Putland)

Hey, Keith Richards, tell us about your friends! "The late Brian Jones: a whiner. Hugh Hefner: 'What a nut.' Bianca Jagger: 'If she'd had a sense of humor, I'd have married her!' John Lennon: 'a silly sod'..." What about Mick Jagger? "'Yeah, which one? He's a nice bunch of guys.'" Don't let your race to read the Rolling Stone's memoir prevent you from reading this delightful review of Keith Richards's "Life" by Lou Bayard.

What's the on-hold tune callers hear at Christine O'Donnell's headquarters? What did Bob Etheridge do when confronted by a videorazzi? Take Style's midterms quiz!

And you've already read it, but here's Hank Stuever parsing President Obama's appearance on Jon Stewart.
Stewart

By The Reliable Source  | October 28, 2010; 1:18 PM ET
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