David Bowie’s last album featured a song called “Lazarus.” Was Emma Lazarus who he had in mind? And what does Bob Dylan have to do with it?
If you haven’t heard of Lorraine Schwartz, you must not be keeping up with the Kardashians. Or Beyonce, or Barbra Streisand, or Angelina Jolie. They are just some of the jeweler’s superstar clients.
David Bowie didn’t start his first trip to the United States with a drug-filled party or a wild show, but with a quiet evening at the home of a Maryland Jewish family.
As we mourn the death of David Bowie, we’ve been taking a look at the artist’s list of favorite books — which contain the works of a surprising number of Jewish writers… and some particularly surprising choices among them.
We remember David Bowie and his 1996 concert in Israel.
When you’re growing up as a gay Jewish misfit, there’s nothing like an androgynous alien with orange hair and makeup to make you feel less alone, as Jay Michaelson explains.
Some knew him personally or once rocked out with him. Others were just fans. And at least one was a former neighbor. Jewish celebrities took to social media Monday to mourn the loss of David Bowie.
British rock star David Bowie, whose comeback album, ‘The Next Day,’ is terrific, has shown the influence of Jewish artists and texts throughout his long career.
Vincent Van Gogh, detail from ‘Olive Trees with the Alpilles in the Background,’ 1889.