Mark David Chapman, John Lennon's convicted killer, is up for parole for the seventh time and may be questioned as early as Tuesday, authorities said Friday.
Here's a 21st-century art object if ever there was one: a Japanese film by a French-Vietnamese writer-director based on a 1987 international best-seller named after a 1965 Beatles' song about Scandinavian pine.
The tooth fairy's trash became another man's treasure Saturday when a discolored molar that once belonged to John Lennon was put up for auction.
No one knows whether the tooth fairy will be in attendance, but a tooth belonging to former Beatle John Lennon will go on auction in England on November 5.
You have to admit, it's been a minute since Lil Wayne had a chance to sound crazy.
John Lennon wondered how many holes it would take to fill the Albert Hall, and now we know: If it's the Esa'ala in the South Pacific, then one will certainly do the job.
Singer John Lennon's first car, a 1965 Ferrari 330 GT 2+2 Coupe, is up for auction. The car has an estimated value of $155,000 to $220,000.
John Lennon's first car will be sold next month and is expected to fetch upward of $180,000, British auction house Bonhams said.
CNN's John Roberts talks to people who saw John Lennon moments before he was murdered.
Journalists occupy a unique place in history.
Like millions around the world, I owe my early career choices to the Beatles.
The Grammy-award winning performer salutes John Lennon with a brief rendition of "Imagine"
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When David Schuster was walking a friend home down West 72nd Street one night in 1980, he heard what sounded like a car backfiring or a firecracker.
CNN's John Roberts talks to a reporter who interviewed John Lennon for the last time, and a singer inspired by his work.
Like so many other people of my generation, John Lennon and the Beatles made an indelible stamp on my life. The very first piece of vinyl I actually owned -- and hadn't borrowed from my older brother -- was the album "Help!"
An album that John Lennon autographed for his killer just hours before he was gunned down outside his New York City apartment building went on sale Monday for a whopping $850,000.
CNN's Anderson Cooper talks to Yoko Ono about her love for John Lennon and the intense bond that drew them together.
John Lennon would have turned 70 years old this month, and were the late Beatle alive today, he might be sitting in a rocking chair in Cornwall, England, with wife Yoko Ono waiting for a postcard from their son, Sean, Ono said in an exclusive interview with CNN's Anderson Cooper.
Released in time for John Lennon's 70th birthday, Sam Taylor-Wood's moving film is a portrait of the rebellious future Beatle on the brink of breaking rock 'n' roll wide open.
John Lennon would be turning 70 years old on October 9.
Mark David Chapman, John Lennon's killer, was denied parole for the sixth time Tuesday, according to the New York State Division of Parole.
Mark David Chapman, John Lennon's killer, is up for parole for the sixth time and may be questioned as early as Tuesday, authorities said.
John Lennon's killer, Mark David Chapman, is up for parole for the sixth time, just months short of the 30th anniversary of the former Beatle's death.
John Lennon's autographed lyrics for "A Day in the Life" -- one of the top tunes from an iconic album -- went for more than a song Friday when it was sold at Sotheby's Auction house in New York for $1,202,500.
John Lennon's autographed lyrics for "A Day in the Life" -- one of the best-known songs from an iconic album -- are expected to sell for more than a song when they go up for auction at Sotheby's New York on June 18.
The construction of a theme park in France's Loire Valley might cause the most benign environmentalist's strident tendencies to be awakened.
Sean McManus, president of CBS sports, has decreed that when Tiger Woods plays in the Masters next week it will attract almost the same magnitude of interest as Barack Obama's inauguration. While we have not been treated to that sort of overstatement since John Lennon declared that The Beatles had put Jesus in their shadow, be assured, the level of curiosity will be huge.
NHL Deputy Commissioner Bill Daly recently acknowledged receipt of a report linking Reggie Fleming, a former NHL player who passed away last July, to serious brain injury. Authored by Dr. Ann McKee, a neuropathologist at Boston University and the Bedford Veterans Administration Medical Center in Massachusetts, the report connected for the first time a pro hockey player to the post-career brain health risks that are already linked to boxers and what seem to be terrifying numbers of pro, college and even high school football players.
Maybe if you're a New Yorker, you grow accustomed to the sight.
Is reggae superstar Bob Marley bigger than Jesus? That's debatable, but the music legend who died 28 years ago is about to challenge Elvis Presley and Michael Jackson for the title of richest dead celebrity.
This year, it's hip to be dead.
Singer Michael Jackson made millions in his career. CNN's Kareen Wynter reports on the value of his estate.
On your next trip, you could be checking into a wine cask, a salvaged 727 airplane, or a room where the furniture defies the law of gravity.
John, Paul, George and Ringo are getting the band back together, in a manner of speaking, with a new Beatles-themed video game and digital upgrade of the group's entire catalog both released Wednesday.
"Number nine. Number nine. Number nine."
The newly remastered Beatles box sets are a treat for a casual fan and a dream come true for die-hards.
From Rock Band to digital remasters, the Beatles come into the 21st century as Jim Boulden reports.
Another day, another castle. But no one's complaining.
Maybe it wasn't John Lennon's best musical effort, but a tape of an apparently inebriated Lennon warbling a cover of Lloyd Price's "Just Because" brought a sobering $30,000 at auction Sunday in Los Angeles.
When John Lennon remarked in 1966 that the Beatles were then "more popular than Jesus" his comments prompted outrage in the United States. But this weekend the Vatican's newspaper paid tribute to the band on the 40th anniversary of the release of the "White Album" in an article interpreted by some as a papal pardon for Lennon.
The Vatican responds to controversial comments made by John Lennon. CNN's Alessio Vinci reports.
A "lost" Beatles track recorded in 1967 and performed just once in public could finally be released, according to Paul McCartney.
For the first time the public will get to see 27 pencil and pen drawings along with five lithographs and serigraphs -- all authenticated -- at the Waukesha County Historical Society Museum in suburban Milwaukee
John Lennon's killer, Mark David Chapman, was denied parole for the fifth time Tuesday.
John Lennon's killer was denied parole for a fifth time Tuesday by a board that said he remains a threat to the public
A tape recording of The Beatles chatting and breaking into giggles during an early recording session is to be sold next week in England
"It's not very easy for a woman to be associated with The Beatles," she says
A coffee shop once frequented by John Lennon and Yoko Ono is closing its doors Sunday, more than 30 years after it began attracting customers in the heart of New York's Upper West Side.
So you're between the ages of 13 and 24. What makes you happy? A worried, weary parent might imagine the answer to sound something like this: Sex, drugs, a little rock 'n' roll. Maybe some cash, or at least the car keys.
Apple Inc. said on Tuesday it would offer the entire solo catalog of John Lennon on iTunes in its second such deal with one of the Beatles, who have been among the highest-profile holdouts to put tunes online.
In case you used your commencement as an opportunity to catch up on your sleep, here's what you missed from this year's graduation speaker circuit ...
If Paul McCartney was wondering if fans still need him now that he's 64, on Wednesday night New Yorkers answered: "Yeah, yeah, yeah!"
Sharon Stone put George Clooney on the auction block Wednesday for a good cause: AIDS research.
A new release from the small Picture Players studio, "The Killing of John Lennon" is a gem from the world of independent cinema.
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John Lennon had a new song. It was a droning, trippy affair with lyrics adapted from the Tibetan Book of the Dead, and he knew exactly what he wanted.
The 20th Winter Olympics has got under way in Torino with an opening ceremony filled with "rhythm, passion and speed" to showcase Italian culture.
"High Risk," my security advisory report ominously glared in bold type, as I read the estimated dangers for the anti-WTO public rally Tuesday in Hong Kong.
Yoko Ono paid a rare public homage to her late husband on Thursday as scores of others lit candles, played songs and shared their memories of John Lennon.
New York and Liverpool -- two cities forever associated with John Lennon -- are the focal points for bittersweet celebrations of the life and death of the former Beatle.
In 1964, a 21-year-old radio reporter bluffed his way into the official entourage of the first U.S. concert tour by the Beatles. Forty years later, he's still talking about it.
ABC's "Lost" and CBS's "King of Queens" took top family-friendly honors Wednesday at the seventh annual Family Television Awards.
You've probably seen the commercials for "Aeon Flux": Charlize Theron, decked out in tight clothes and black hair, flipping and flying all over the future.
Yoko Ono has apologized to Paul McCartney for insinuating that his songs are trite.
Yoko Ono picked up an award on behalf of John Lennon -- and appeared to take a dig at his former Beatles bandmate Paul McCartney.
John Lennon would have turned 65 years old Sunday. The occasion -- and the impending 25th anniversary of his death on December 8 -- has unleashed a flood of books about his life and his music.
Long before anyone was called "the fifth Beatle," Cynthia Powell could rightfully have claimed the title for her own.
The FBI thought John Lennon was too stoned on drugs to be a real revolutionary, according to secret files recently released.
Sixty-five years after John Lennon's birth, items from the late Beatle's childhood will go on display at his former Liverpool home.
In the predawn darkness of a Saturday in 2003, neurosurgeon Henry Perowne looks out the upper-story windows of his enviably grand London home and sees a burning plane streak across the sky: ''Above the usual deep and airy roar is a straining, choking banshee sound growing in volume -- both a scream and a sustained shout, an impure, dirty noise.''
The children's home that inspired the Beatles' hit song "Strawberry Fields Forever" is to close.
John Lennon's killer, Mark David Chapman, has been denied parole for the third time.
As long as the crowds keep coming, Will Smith will be ready to walk down the red carpet to promote his latest movie.
In 1957, as the gritty sounds of rock 'n' roll started filling the airwaves, two teens named John and Paul met for the first time just outside the industrial English town of Liverpool, trading riffs and setting the stage for a musical revolution.
Paul McCartney returned to Madrid for the first time in 15 years and wowed fans with 33 songs, all but 10 of them Beatles' tunes.
It was all in the future then.
The Go-Betweens Bright Yellow, Bright Orange (Jetset) Another modest masterpiece from the woefully underappreciated Australian duo, who have been cranking out elegant albums on and off since the l...
While TV networks broadcast round-the-clock coverage of the terrorist attacks, some radio stations reportedly took a different approach: pruning their play lists. Shortly after Sept. 11, radio stat...
"Un Nombre de Mujer" by Los Zafiros, from Bossa Cubana (World Circuit/Nonesuch)
Every college has a student who turns out to be the self-anointed music authority, and at my school that student was me. I was the college newspaper's rock columnist, I managed the on-campus record...
There's a hot show in Hamburg, but it isn't the World's Fair. While Expo 2000 is drawing one-tenth of the visitors expected, organizers of Autostadt--in nearby Wolfsburg--expect two million people ...
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