Sheffield leaves Rolling Stone

After more than a decade as a reporter, columnist, and contributing editor for Rolling Stone, former Charlottesville resident Rob Sheffield has switched magazines. Now instead of penning the bi-weekly "Pop Life" column for music journalism's Old Grey Lady, Sheffield's byline can now be found in the pages of Blender, the monthly music publication from the folks who brought you Maxim, with his new column, called "Station to Station," the second installment of which you can catch in this month's issue. Last year, Sheffield took the literary world on a trip through Charlottesville's early-'90s music scene in his memoir Love Is A Mix Tape.

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Interesting. I do not know the man at all, but Blender is a truly terrible magazine.