One summer in Minnesota, Gene LaFond found himself running with Bob Dylan.
‘Well son, we all have our heroes.’
We who listen too hard are compelled to do things that are difficult to talk about.
Outtakes: Big Pink Pilgrims
“It is not just another house. It’s sacred, sacred territory.”
Zimmy’s: An Appreciation
“Honey, it’s about time somebody did something nice for my son in Hibbing.”
Jonathan Lethem talks about interviewing Dylan, about Dylanologists’ search for meaning in the songs, about his frustration with those who believe Dylan is a plagiarist, and about his family’s bit part in the making of “Like A Rolling Stone.”
I was a sarcastic kid who loved words, and I didn’t much like being told what to do. Of course I fell for Dylan.
NEW YORK TIMES: In 2004, when Bob Dylan published his memoir, “Chronicles: Volume One,” it was hailed for its striking candor. Dylan obsessives knew better than to take him at his word.
SPORTS ILLUSTRATED: Grown men have cried over the derby. They have ignored their wives for week after week, yawned through work day after day, skipped out on their jobs altogether, drawn unemployment, burned through every last day of their vacation time, downed NoDoz and Red Bull and God knows what else.
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