John Lennon fans celebrated his life Wednesday by visiting Strawberry Fields, the Central Park garden dedicated in his memory. Wednesday marks the 30th anniversary of John Lennon's death.
Kennedy Center honors five in 2010, including Oprah Winfrey, Paul McCartney, Bill T. Jones, Merle Haggard, and Jerry Herman.
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (l.) talks with Kennedy Center honorees for 2010 Jerry Herman (Broadway composer and lyricist of 'Hello Dolly!' fame), country music legend Merle Haggard, dancer-choreographer-director Bill T. Jones, and former Beatle Paul McCartney while waiting for multimedia impresario Oprah Winfrey to arrive for a group photo after a dinner held at the State Department honoring the recipients of the Kennedy Center Honors in Washington on Dec. 4.
John Lennon’s life was as inspired and messy as were the 1960s.
John Lennon – the former guitarist and vocalist for the Beatles – would have been 70 on Saturday. And to celebrate, Google UK has uploaded an interactive Lennon doodle to its homepage.
A teenage, pre-Beatles John Lennon pulls through hard times with rock 'n' roll in 'Nowhere Boy.'
Paris Hilton was denied entry to Japan Tuesday because of her conviction for cocaine possession in the US earlier this week.
Concert ticket sales are down, says Pollstar, who report that gross revenue for the top 100 tours in North America in the first six months of 2010 is down nearly $200 million from last year.
Paul McCartney joked that President Obama might punch him out after singing romantic lyrics to First Lady Michelle Obama.
The former Beatle performed at a private concert for Nancy Pelosi, Stevie Wonder, and Jerry Seinfeld. He will play for President Obama at the White House Wednesday.