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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - John Lennon
Whimsical drawings, poems and prose created by John Lennon for his acclaimed books "In His Own Write" and "A Spaniard in the Works" are coming to auction.
Put this in the column of seriously strange news. A dentist in Canada who bought an old tooth that came Beatles icon John Lennon's mouth now thinks he can turn DNA from that tooth into a baby via cloning.
A collection of John Lennon's drawings and manuscripts is going up for auction.
EDITOR'S NOTE: In February 1964, the Beatles took America by storm, and rock 'n' roll was never the same.
Not long after settling in southern Illinois in 1963, an ocean from her native England, Louise Harrison Caldwell trudged from one radio station to the next lobbying for air time for her brother's quartet. Revered in Britain, the group was virtually unknown in America - and her promotion fizzled.
A large piece of stage backdrop autographed by the Beatles during their first live U.S. concert 50 years ago is headed to auction, where it could draw $800,000 to $1 million.
NEW YORK (AP) Reuven Gershon and James Fox have some insanely daunting shoes to fill: Every night, they're asked to impersonate John and Paul on Broadway.
An energized, ebullient Paul McCartney — bounding from guitar to piano and back, clearly enjoying himself — showed a packed house at Nationals Park that his longtime rival Mick Jagger isn't the only graying 1960s icon with a time machine.
"Hello, Goodbye," "Ticket To Ride" and "Can't Buy Me Love" are just a few of the hits that made the Fab Four legends on both sides of the Atlantic.
Four letters that John Lennon's killer wrote to the New York City police officer who arrested him are on sale through a Los Angeles auction house.
Letters from John Lennon's killer detailing his obsession with the novel "The Catcher in the Rye" to the police officer who arrested him went on sale Monday through a Los Angeles auction house.
An upcoming auction of over 300 historical documents includes rare letters written by Vincent van Gogh, George Washington, John Lennon and other iconic figures.
You remember that Beatles classic "I Wanna Hold Your Hand"? Turns out Yoko Ono had other things in mind.
Abbie Hoffman sobbed that fateful night at the downtown Manhattan apartment of fellow activist Jerry Rubin. So did Rubin and Allen Ginsberg. John Lennon was drunk, and out of control, shouting "Up the Revolution!" in mock celebration of a dream defeated.
Lennon once told the BBC his stories were short because he typed slowly, "I couldn't be bothered going on."
But he said in a statement that Lennon's art has been underrated and he hoped that the auction "will redress the balance."