Bob Dylan


Fri May 13, 2011
The Two-Way

Bob Dylan: China Did Not Censor Me

Bob Dylan, during an April 8, 2011 concert in Shanghai.
Philippe Lopez AFP/Getty Images

Ever since Bob Dylan performed in China last month, he's gotten a ton of flak. At the time, Reuters reported that the the Chinese cultural ministry allowed Dylan to perform "approved content," and that Dylan "did not sing anything that might have overtly offended China's Communist rulers, like The Times They Are A-Changin'."

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Mon May 9, 2011
The Two-Way

Bob Dylan Is Songwriter Of Choice For Freewheelin' Justices

When it comes time to put some style into court opinions and legal briefs by plucking a line or two from a songwriter's oeuvre, Bob Dylan's lyrics are by far the No. 1 choice of justices and law clerks around the nation, the Los Angeles Times writes this morning.

Even Chief Justice John Roberts and Justice Antonin Scalia, two men you would not think of in connection with the writer of many of the 1960s' best-known protest songs, have done it.

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Tue March 1, 2011
The Record

Suze Rotolo, Dylan's Cover Girl, Has Died

Suze Rotolo, an American artist and author who became famous because of her four-year relationship with Bob Dylan, has died. She was 67.

Rolling Stone has described Rotolo as the muse behind some of Dylan's classic songs, including "Don't Think Twice, It's All Right." In Dylan's autobiography Chronicles: Volume One, he compares Rotolo to "a Rodin sculpture come to life."

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