Music, Poetry, and Buddhism

"Over his forty-year career, Cohen has achieved two rare distinctions: fame as a poet and endurance as a pop star. But he's been largely out of the public eye since 1993, after he released his popular album 'The Future,' as well as 'Stranger Music,' his best selling book since 'Beautiful Losers.' He now divides his time between Mount Baldy, a Rinzai Buddhist mountain retreat about an hour north of the city (Los Angeles,) and his own two-story house close to a downtown temple in the neighbourhood of Crenshaw."

Read the full feature on Leonard Cohen titled "Life On Mount Baldy" by Bruce Headlam in Saturday Night magazine