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Beatles invasion of America 50 years ago changed everything

Today marks the 50th Anniversary of the Beatles first appearance on the Ed Sullivan Show. For those were alive and cognizant of the occasion, the Beatles on Ed Sullivan was as exciting and important as the manned space flight launches […]

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Beatles invasion of America 50 years ago changed everything

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Today marks the 50th Anniversary of the Beatles first appearance on the Ed Sullivan Show. For those were alive and cognizant of the occasion, the Beatles on Ed Sullivan was as exciting and important as the manned space flight launches […]

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Beatles: John Lennon plays with Paul McCartney’s Wings

John Lennon in one of his many interviews praised Paul McCartney's album Band on the Run. So what if Lennon actually played on that tune what would it have

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The little Beatles’ film that could

"There were so many odds against the making of this film," said Kathy McCabe, Baltimore native and producer of "Good Ol' Freda." The biggest was Freda Kelly, herself.  The Beatles'

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John Lennon’s life remembered

John Lennon was shot to death 32 years ago today. Hard to believe it's been that long. Perhaps one of the more moving moments was when Paul McCartney listened

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New Beatles movie release postponed

The Beatles: The Lost Concert premeire has been postponed,  Screenvision announced in a statement. The 92-minute documentary details the impact of Beatlemania and includes, in its entirety, their first U.S.

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‘The Beatles Lost Concert’ premieres in New York

When it comes to Beatlemania, you can’t get much more local than this. On Feb. 11, 1964, the Fab Four traveled by train through a snowstorm to Washington to play

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George Harrison documentary makes its debut on DVD

John Lennon, speaking of his fellow Beatle, once said: “George himself is no mystery. But the mystery inside George is immense. It’s watching him uncover it all little by

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George Harrison taught the world about Bangladesh

(This is the second of a two-part series on George Harrison and the Concert For Bangladesh. All photos by Larry Luxner. Feature photo: Bangladeshi freedom fighters dance with joy as

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George Harrison still a hero in Bangladesh

(This is the first of a two-part series on George Harrison and the Concert for Bangladesh.  Read part two here. All photos by Larry Luxner.) DHAKA, Bangladesh — Hidden from view along

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Beatles Museum in Baltimore?

The metal sign reads Abbey Road above the door.  It is the gateway to Ruxton resident Frank Lidinsky's collection of Beatles memorabilia.  The 20- by 12-foot room harbors thousands of items

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