Exhibit explores how Leonard Cohen embraced Buddhism, Judaism and wit


An interviewer once asked Leonard Cohen if he ever thought about changing his name. It was 1966, when ethnic wasn’t exactly in. The singer/songwriter told her he liked the sound of September. “Leonard September?” the prim blonde guessed. No, he replied: “September Cohen.” For a man who spent half a decade as a Buddhist monk,…

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