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Paul, Ringo and Cirque's 'LOVE' to cap Beatles tribute - Saturday, January 25, 2014

Less than 24 hours after the curtain falls on the Grammy Awards, organizers will be ushering music's brightest stars under the spotlight for another really big show.

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The Beatles Team With Vans for 'Yellow Submarine' Shoes - Friday, January 24, 2014

One month after the Beatles receive the Recording Academy's Lifetime Achievement Award at the Grammys, another institution is honoring them: Vans will be releasing its first-ever footwear collaboration with the Fab Four on March 1st. The collection, which contains four pieces, all feature artwork from the Yellow Submarine album and film and retail between $65 and $75.

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Drug Use Belied Beatles’ Squeaky-Clean Image - Friday, January 24, 2014

The Beatles never really were the squeaky-clean boy band many Americans embraced 50 years ago on their debut tour of the United States, but their continued sampling and open use of drugs throughout the 1960s led many to think they tarnished their decent boys-next-door image.

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Lithographer Doyle Jeter Unveils Please Please Me series at Penn State Beatles Conference - Friday, January 24, 2014

Famous Louisiana lithographer – Enoch Doyle Jeter will be having a one man art show at PSU Altoona’s Beatles Conference of his 14 lithographs created for new Beatles book.

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Caroline Kennedy, Yoko Ono Speak Out Against Japan's Dolphin Cull in Taiji Cove - Thursday, January 23, 2014

The US Ambassador to Japan and Yoko Ono, the wife of legendary Beatles frontman John Lennon, have added their names to the growing list of high-profile opposition to Japan's annual dolphin cull in the rural town of Taiji. Friday, Ambassador Caroline Kennedy said in a tweet that the US government opposed the annual "drive hunt" and that she is concerned about the issue.

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The Walrus & The Elephants: John Lennon's Years of Revolution - Thursday, January 23, 2014

Having changed the world once with The Beatles, at the beginning of the 1970s John Lennon wanted to do it all over again, but this time in line with his personal vision of global concord. Desperate to consign the Moptops to history, he escaped to America with the love of his life, Yoko Ono, and plunged into his new world of activism and giving peace a chance.

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Beatles 50: CBS Special Could Be 3 Hours with Paul, Ringo, Guest Stars - Thursday, January 23, 2014

Beatles 50 is getting a big push this week. Sources tell that CBS’s special scheduled for February 9th–and being taped this Monday at the Los Angeles Convention Center– could end up being three hours long.

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The Ticket to Write playwriting contest - Wednesday, January 22, 2014

The Ticket to Write playwriting contest – launched as a Beatles-themed Festival – is  now open for entries for the third year when the selected plays will be performed at Liverpool’s Unity Theatre on July 15 and 16. 

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Ringo Starr has gotten an honor in Los Angeles - Wednesday, January 22, 2014

Ringo Starr has gotten an honor in Los Angeles — less than a week before The Beatles get a tribute at the Grammys. Starr was given the Lifetime of Peace and Love award from the David Lynch Foundation.

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WONDERWALL BLU-RAY - Tuesday, January 21, 2014

Shout Factory has announced the upcoming Blu-ray release of Joe Massot'sWonderwall (1968), starring Jane Birkin and Jack MacGowran. The film was released on by Rhino on DVD in 2002 (with handmade edition in 2004), but has since gone out of print. Shout Factory's release will offer the first Hi-def edition of the movie.

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