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Alice Jones' Arts Diary
Letters from John Lennon, Marilyn Monroe and Dwight Eisenhower are among hundreds of historical documents being offered in an online auction.
If a picture paints a thousand words then Yoko Ono’s contribution to America’s gun law debate will be difficult for the firearms lobby to counter.
In rejecting an honour Danny Boyle joins a select, and sometimes surprising group of individuals
'I wanted to be Joni Mitchell'
A lost recording of John Lennon and Yoko Ono celebrating the release of one of the Sixties' most famous "political" prisoners over the phone has come to light, just as he appears at an anniversary concert in London.
Cheer up! Yoko wants your smile at the Serpentine
Up to 2,000 new jobs could be created after Ryanair boss Michael O'Leary announced a raft of new routes from Manchester Airport.
An album signed by John Lennon hours before he was shot dead has fetched £23,750 at auction.
Scot rues side's ban during his first spell as Liverpool manager but regrets the Heysel tragedy even more
Grizzly Bear, Daft Punk and Phoenix are the latest acts to compose music for films, bringing their hipster cachet with them. It's a mutually beneficial collaboration, says Gillian Orr
Record companies are cashing in on the 70th-birthday tributes to the Beatle, but David Lister finds little to celebrate
Black culture celebrated in west London; ukulele culture celebrated in West Sussex
EMI, as part of their reissue programme of John Lennon's notoriously patchy solo oeuvre, have created this 4CD slipcase compilation that divides Lennon's material by the categories Roots (rock'n'roll influences), Woman (love songs), Working Class Hero (political songs) and Borrowed Time (something about "his eventual understanding of the fragility of all our lives").
New York shopkeeper baffled after agents seize souvenir card