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Paul McCartney Makes Touching John Lennon Tribute at Anti-Gun March (Video)

Beatles legend Paul McCartney was a face in the crowd at the March for Our Lives protest in New York City, but he was one of countless numbers who have been touched by gun violence. He took a stand near the spot where Beatles bandmember and friend John Lennon was gunned down in 1980. The 75-year-old icon wore a T-shirt emblazoned with the words, ‘We Can End Gun Violence’to show his support for more sensible gun restrictions in the United States....

Is Celebrity Stalking On Rise? Crazed Fans Can’t Be Treated Too Lightly

Drake is the latest celebrity to be victimized by a so-called “super-fan,” who broke into his house for the second time. But he’s far from alone. Stalking appears to be on the rise posing a threat that needs to be taken seriously. Most celebrities are glad to have fans that are super-loyal. But when adulation crosses the line into stalking, red flags should go up....

Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band: Revisiting Beatles Classic 50 Years On

I used to talk about the ’60s with Mrs. Davidson, the school librarian, when I was in seventh grade. She was a first generation Beatles fan and when she said she’d lend me some of her old records, the first thing I asked for was Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band. It was the band’s eighth studio album, released on June 1 1967, a half-century ago this year. It soared up the charts back then, spending 27 weeks at the No. 1 in the United Kingdom and 15 weeks at No. 1 in the United States....

Beatles Music Being Used to Sell Pots, Pans, Toiletries at Christmas

The Beatles were so protective of their music it took years to even get songs on Apple’s iTunes. But this Christmas one of their hits will enter the maelstrom of commercials encouraging consumers to shop at Kohl’s department store. What would John say? Paul McCartney, John Lennon, George Harrison and Ringo Starr, collectively The Beatles, were one of the biggest bands of the 1960s....

Say What!? Paul McCartney Is Still Dissing Long-Dead Beatle John Lennon

Paul McCartney, one of two surviving members of the iconic ’60s group The Beatles, sounds like he still grinds an ax for band-mate John Lennon, who died tragically more than 35 years ago. In a new interview, he grouses that Lennon was “martyred and subject to “revisionism.” McCartney, 72, made the comments in the new UK issue of Esquire Magazine, which he also covers....

Jenn Cormack Yeah, Yeah, Yeahs Beatles With Giant Tribute Tattoo

Jenn Cormack has a Beatles memorabilia collection; now she’s part of it. She loves them, yeah, yeah, yeah and showed it by getting a giant Beatles tribute tattoo on her back. Cormack wasn’t even born when The Beatles broke up in 1970, and surviving band members Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr are old enough to be her grandfather....