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March 1, 2011 | By Dennis McLellan, Los Angeles Times
Suze Rotolo, Bob Dylan's former girlfriend in Greenwich Village in the early 1960s, who appeared walking arm-in-arm with him on the iconic cover of his album "The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan," has died. She was 67. Rotolo, who played a role in the young Dylan's evolution as a singer-songwriter and later had a career as an artist, died of cancer Friday at home in Greenwich Village, said her son, Luca Bartoccioli. FOR THE RECORD: Suze Rotolo: In the March 1 LATExtra section, a headline on the obituary for Suze Rotolo, Bob Dylan's former girlfriend in the early 1960s, said she died in 2010.
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December 5, 2013 | By Glenn Whipp
"Inside Llewyn Davis," the Coen brothers' latest movie, shines a light on the early-1960s Greenwich Village folk scene, focusing on a struggling folk singer (Oscar Isaac, a revelation) who can't get a handle on his career or personal life. T Bone Burnett supervised the music, as he did with the Coens' "O Brother, Where Art Thou?" and has staged a handful of concerts featuring folk songs from the film's warm soundtrack. We spoke to Joel and Ethan Coen shortly after one such show in Santa Monica about their inspirations for the movie and what it might say to artists today.
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May 17, 2008
Suze Rotolo: A correction in Friday's paper on a review of Suze Rotolo's memoir, "A Freewheelin' Time," said that Sara Lownds had given birth before she married Bob Dylan. In fact, it was his second wife, Carole Dennis, who had given birth to their daughter before they exchanged vows.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 1, 2011 | By Dennis McLellan, Los Angeles Times
Suze Rotolo, Bob Dylan's former girlfriend in Greenwich Village in the early 1960s, who appeared walking arm-in-arm with him on the iconic cover of his album "The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan," has died. She was 67. Rotolo, who played a role in the young Dylan's evolution as a singer-songwriter and later had a career as an artist, died of cancer Friday at home in Greenwich Village, said her son, Luca Bartoccioli. FOR THE RECORD: Suze Rotolo: In the March 1 LATExtra section, a headline on the obituary for Suze Rotolo, Bob Dylan's former girlfriend in the early 1960s, said she died in 2010.
ENTERTAINMENT
December 5, 2013 | By Glenn Whipp
"Inside Llewyn Davis," the Coen brothers' latest movie, shines a light on the early-1960s Greenwich Village folk scene, focusing on a struggling folk singer (Oscar Isaac, a revelation) who can't get a handle on his career or personal life. T Bone Burnett supervised the music, as he did with the Coens' "O Brother, Where Art Thou?" and has staged a handful of concerts featuring folk songs from the film's warm soundtrack. We spoke to Joel and Ethan Coen shortly after one such show in Santa Monica about their inspirations for the movie and what it might say to artists today.
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May 15, 2008 | Kristina Lindgren, Times Staff Writer
They were cherub-cheeked kids when each landed in Greenwich Village in early 1961, drawn like moths to the flames of art, music, theater and ideas that burned so brightly in every cranny of the Big Apple's most bohemian quarter. She was 17. He was 20.
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May 2, 2008 | Josh Getlin, Times Staff Writer
NEW YORK -- It was one of the most iconic record album covers ever released, and Suze Rotolo was part of it: On a snowy day in 1963, she snuggled with Bob Dylan as the two walked down a Greenwich Village street. "The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan" went on to become one of his best-known records, but the long-haired girl on his arm was always a mystery.
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January 7, 2007 | Ann Powers, Times Staff Writer
THERE'S a moment in "Factory Girl," the new film about Andy Warhol's most sparkling superstar, Edie Sedgwick, that almost gets things right. It occurs when the beautiful waif meets the film's nominally disguised Dylan figure, Billy Quinn. Pushed toward her backstage at a concert, he grabs Sedgwick and points her at the clutch of cameras recording the encounter.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 25, 2010 | By Randy Lewis
Jim Marshall, celebrated in music circles for his iconic, attitude-laced images of Jimi Hendrix, Bob Dylan, Janis Joplin, the Rolling Stones and other '60s rock luminaries as well as equally revered portraits of Johnny Cash, Miles Davis, John Coltrane and myriad folk, country, jazz and blues artists, died Wednesday in New York City. He was 74. Marshall apparently died in his sleep while on a promotional tour for "Match Prints," a new collection of similar shots taken across the decades by Marshall and Timothy White, a longtime devotee who referred to his mentor as "royalty in my line of work."
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November 11, 2007 | Ann Powers, Times Staff Writer
Help! I've followed a rabbit named Todd Haynes down a fantastic aperture, and now I'm having trouble pulling myself out. I'm talking, of course, about "I'm Not There," the filmmaker's fantasia about Bob Dylan.
NEWS
May 17, 2008
Suze Rotolo: A correction in Friday's paper on a review of Suze Rotolo's memoir, "A Freewheelin' Time," said that Sara Lownds had given birth before she married Bob Dylan. In fact, it was his second wife, Carole Dennis, who had given birth to their daughter before they exchanged vows.
ENTERTAINMENT
May 15, 2008 | Kristina Lindgren, Times Staff Writer
They were cherub-cheeked kids when each landed in Greenwich Village in early 1961, drawn like moths to the flames of art, music, theater and ideas that burned so brightly in every cranny of the Big Apple's most bohemian quarter. She was 17. He was 20.
ENTERTAINMENT
May 2, 2008 | Josh Getlin, Times Staff Writer
NEW YORK -- It was one of the most iconic record album covers ever released, and Suze Rotolo was part of it: On a snowy day in 1963, she snuggled with Bob Dylan as the two walked down a Greenwich Village street. "The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan" went on to become one of his best-known records, but the long-haired girl on his arm was always a mystery.
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