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THE UNTOLD STORY OF JOHN LENNON'S UNTIMELY DEATH AS TOLD BY THOSE WHO LIVED IT NEW YORK, Nov.
Annie Leibovitz and her creditors settled a dispute in New York Friday, allowing the celebrity photographer to retain the rights to her images. Leibovitz is known for shooting A-list performers such as John Lennon, Tom Cruise, Demi Moore and Miley Cyrus for well-regarded publications like Vanity Fair and Rolling Stone. ABC News said Leibovitz's revised pact with Art Capital Group extends the $24 million loan the famous photographer was scheduled to pay back Tuesday. The terms of the new...
Paul McCartney and Tom Hanks attended the dedication ceremony for the late British musician George Harrison's star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Harrison's wife Olivia and son Dhani also turned out for Tuesday's event as did U.S.
LIVERPOOL'S John Lennon airport was operating normally today after a computer glitch caused travel chaos. A technical problem at the UK's main traffic control centre in Swan wick is believed to have disrupted flights at most UK airports.
A DEDICATED police team has been set up to patrol Liverpool's John Lennon Airport. Liverpool John Lennon Airport Neighbourhood Policing is a team of 10 officers, led by an inspector, which has been funded by the Association of Chief Police Officers.
By CATHERINE JONES THE teenage John Lennon will come to the big screen in a new film depicting his troubled upbringing in Liverpool. Nowhere Boy will focus on the former Beatle's teenage years.
By Sue Zeidler LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - "Peace ... The Message is Peace." That's what the producers of a pay-television seance to contact John Lennon claimed the former Beatle said when communicating with them from beyond the grave.
- To play, gamble.
- To impose upon; delude; trick; humbug; also, to joke; chaff.
- A deceitful game or trick; trickery; humbug; nonsense.