A handwritten draft of the timeless Bob Dylan classic “Like a Rolling Stone” sold for $2 million at auction Tuesday, in what Sotheby’s called a world record for a popular music manuscript.
They tried and came up short. Several hundred people showed up at Sinatra Park on Thursday to attempt to break the record for the most people playing the same song.
The theme of this year’s nominations could be taken in a number of ways, but when you look at the contenders up for all-powerful Album of the Year category, one thing is certain: it’s the year of the underdogs and the newcomers.
Brooklynites have been waiting for this moment for years, for decades. The Barclays Center will be the first new major sports and entertainment indoor arena in New York since 1968.
The video for Taylor Swift’s new single, “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together,” set to debut Thursday, was shot with one camera in a single take. Watch a preview clip!
Bob Dylan, Joan Baez, David Crosby And Graham Nash spent their early careers soundtracking a revolution – and they’re ready to do it again.
WCBS 880’s Deborah Rodriguez spoke with language maven Ben Zimmer.
If the walls of 116 MacDougal Street could talk, they’d recite the poetry of Bob Dylan, says owner Thomas Sullivan.
Academics from around the country will examine the implications of the song “Hurricane” and others during “Bob Dylan and the Law,” a conference presented by Fordham University’s law and ethics center and Touro Law School.
A man wearing a Bob Dylan backstage pass who ordered 178 pizzas from a Massachusetts pizza parlor but never picked them up has agreed to hand over the dough.
James Naismith wrote the 13 rules nearly 119 years ago. The physical education instructor invented basketball as a winter activity for a YMCA in Springfield, Mass.
The original lyrics to Bob Dylan’s “The Times Are A-Changin'” will soon be a-changin’ hands.
Bob Dylan’s original handwritten lyrics for “The Times are A-Changin”’ are heading for the auction block. They could sell for an estimated $200,000 to $300,000.
The 1883 building has offered short and long-term shelter for some of the world’s most celebrated artists including Bob Dylan, Andy Warhol, Arthur Miller and Eugene O’Neil.