In her memoir “The Meaning of Mariah Carey,” the artist expresses her love for the character of Hodel and her weakness for H & H Bagels.
Grammy-winner Kravitz, author of the new memoir “Let Love Rule,” is the grandson of Joe and Jean Kravitz of Sheepshead Bay.
Stevie Nicks has said “Rhiannon” is about a Welsh witch, but the story has many affinities with the Kabbalistic entity called the Shekhinah.
Had he not been gunned down in December 1980 by a deranged “fan” lying in wait for him outside of his Upper West Side residence in Manhattan, John Lennon may well have been observing his 80th birthday on Friday, October 9. The ostensible founder and leader of the Beatles, the most beloved critically and commercially successful band of the rock era, Lennon left behind a complicated legacy befitting his complicated, mercurial and at times tormented personality.
“Israel” was written by Barry Gibb and recorded in London in April 1971. The brothers previewed the number onstage during a tour of the Holy Land.
Eddie Van Halen, who has died at the age of 65, often cited guitarist Harvey Mandel as a key influence.
Donald Trump’s most-recent tweets suggest a familiarity with the Jewish heavy-metal band’s “Don’t Fear the Reaper.”
Buster Keaton was born on this day 125 years ago. He received his nickname from Harry Houdini, who was born Erik Weisz.
Rolling Stone’s Top 500 albums of the rock era are 10% Jewish — depending, of course, on how you define Jewish.
In “The Sprawl,” author Jason Diamond comes to praise the suburbs not to bury them.