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30 years after his passing, John Lennon is bigger in death than he was in life

I remember as a small child asking my mother who The Beatles were. I knew of them, but I was only around five and didn't know much about them. I don't recall how it came up, but I asked my mother if all of them were still alive.

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Larry Kane talks The Beatles, iTunes, and his 'Ticket to Ride' show at Sellersville Theater

In over 50 years in the field of journalism, Philadelphia broadcasting legend Larry Kane has been an Emmy Award Winner, New York Times best selling author, and one of the most respected figures in television news. Kane was the only American reporter in the Beatles' touring entourage during their historic U.S. tours in 1964 and 1965.

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The Omelette Weekly Roundup: Black Friday 2010, Online Deals, Pirate Bay Founders, The Beatles iTunes Sales, Ugly Betty Murder, and Eagles - Bears Game

The Omelette Friday November 26, 2010 Weekly Roundup Black Friday Black Friday 2010 Has Arrived

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Larry Kane discusses The Beatles and his 'Ticket to Ride' show at Sellersville Theater December 5th

In over 50 years in the field of journalism, Philadelphia broadcasting legend Larry Kane has been an Emmy Award Winner, New York Times best selling author, and one of the most respected figures in television news. Kane was the only American reporter in the Beatles' touring entourage during their historic U.S. tours in 1964 and 1965.

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Dakota Fanning and Kristen Stewart get down and dirty in The Runaways

Most of the buzz about The Runaways  is true. Yes, Kristen Stewart  ditches the tweeny Twilight persona, goes gay, and says f**k at least twenty times. Yes, the innocent Dakota Fanning plays a pill popping drug addict.

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Beatles' Tribute RAIN Best Thing to Seeing Them Live

“The next best thing to seeing the Beatles,” says the Denver post, and I’ve got to agree. 

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Michael Jackson's Movie 'This Is It' isn't the end for the King of Pop

Just three months after his death, Michael Jackson  continues to outdo himself.  

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