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Gretchen Bonaduce claims the guy she was dating threatened to kill her in the most ominous way ... by sending her texts telling her, "Enjoy that lunch, you never know, may be your last," and "remember John Lennon."
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The Segerstom Center is pleased to share that today and tomorrow, April 24 and 25, two cast members from RAIN will be taking over the Center's Twitter account and posting fun behind-the-scenes Tweets while the show is in town.
In his short life, Dylan Thomas became one of the world's first multimedia superstars through his spellbinding poetry, stage readings, and dramatic writing for the stage, screen, radio and television.
President Obama greets Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe before a private dinner at Sukiyabashi Jiro restaurant in Tokyo on April 23, 2014.
It may have been inevitable that Stephen Ira "Steve" Adler, a soft-spoken attorney, would one day want to lead the City of Austin into a new era of governance.
The Ovation guitar, the curved-back acoustic beloved by stars like John Lennon and Cheap Trick, will no longer be made in the United States.
Calling Danny Fields ' West Village apartment a rock 'n' roll treasure trove is accurate, but doesn't really do it justice.
On this day in 1950 Kimberley Dahme future bassist for Boston is born in the US.
A lot of local people are giddy about the former Beatle's June 14 concert date at the United Spirit Arena.
The largest private collection of John Lennon's drawings and sketches will be auctioned off on June 4 by Sotheby's in New York.
Paul McCartney will perform at Pinnacle Bank Arena on July 14. It will be McCartney's first time performing in a Lincoln, though he did play Omaha in 2005.
"When I was singing about 'all you need is love,' I was singing about something I hadn't experienced," John Lennon said in a revealing interview animated by PBS' Blank on Blank series .
Lennon NYC examines the period of time John Lennon and his family spent living in New York City.
The Segerstom Center is pleased to share that on April 24 and 25, two cast members from RAIN will be taking over the Center's Twitter account and posting fun behind-the-scenes Tweets while the show is in town.
Penn State Laureate Kenneth Womack's essay series, "50 Years of Beatles," continues with a look at the Fab Four's first feature film.
His music is loved around the world. But many of John Lennon's original drawings and manuscripts haven't been seen for decades.