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    A pine tree planted in memory of The Beatles' George Harrison was ironically killed off by a beetle infestation, Los Angeles Councilman Tom LaBonge announced over the weekend. (Wikipedia)


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    A pine tree planted in memory of The Beatles' George Harrison was ironically killed off by a beetle infestation, Los Angeles Councilman Tom LaBonge announced over the weekend. (Wikipedia)



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    ADVANCE FOR USE SUNDAY, FEB. 23, 2014 AND THEREAFTER - FILE - In this Feb. 18, 1964 file photo, Cassius Clay poses with The Beatles, from left, Paul McCartney, John Lennon, Ringo Starr and George Harrison, while visiting the heavyweight boxing contender at his training camp in Miami Beach, Fla. Fifty years ago, these future legends met through a chance of publicity matchmaking. (AP Photo)



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    In this photo taken Sept. 21, 2013, residents, guests and children unveil a historical marker honoring late Beatles guitarist George Harrison's visit 50 years earlier to Benton, Ill., where he spent two weeks visiting his sister Louise Harrison. George Harrison's vacation in Illinois made him the first Beatle to come to the United States and was five months before the group's landmark live appearance on "The Ed Sullivan Show" launched the British invasion. Harrison and the Beatles were virtually unknown in America, explaining why he enjoyed anonymity in 7,000-resident Benton. (AP Photo/The Southern, Paul Newton)


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    In this photo taken on Sept. 21, 2013, Illinois state Rep. John Bradley, D-Marion, hugs Louise Harrison, the sister of late Beatles guitarist George Harrison, after reading a proclamation during the unveiling of a historical marker honoring the musician's visit to Benton, Ill., 50 years earlier to visit his sister. George Harrison's two-week vacation in Illinois made him the first Beatle to come to the United States and was five months before the group's landmark live appearance on "The Ed Sullivan Show" launched the British invasion. Harrison and the Beatles were virtually unknown in America, explaining why he enjoyed anonymity in 7,000-resident Benton. (AP Photo/The Southern, Paul Newton)


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    In this photo taken on Sept. 21, 2013, Louise Harrison, the sister of late Beatles guitarist George Harrison, reads off the historical marker honoring her famous brother's September 1963 visit to Benton, Ill., five months before the group's landmark live appearance on "The Ed Sullivan Show" launched the British invasion. George Harrison's trip to Illinois made him the first Beatle to come to the United States, though he was virtually unknown then in 7,000-resident Benton or the rest of America, explaining why Harrison enjoyed anonymity during his visit. (AP Photo/The Southern, Paul Newton)


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    This photo taken on Sept. 21, 2013, shows residents in Benton, Ill., reading a historical marker honoring late Beatles guitarist George Harrison's visit 50 years earlier to Benton, Ill., where he spent two weeks visiting his sister Louise Harrison. George Harrison's vacation in Illinois made him the first Beatle to come to the United States and was five months before the group's landmark live appearance on "The Ed Sullivan Show" launched the British invasion. Harrison and the Beatles were virtually unknown in America, explaining why he enjoyed anonymity in 7,000-resident Benton. (AP Photo/Benton Evening News, Mona Sandefur)


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