Imagine Peace Tower
On October 9th 2012, I will relight Imagine Peace Tower in memory of my late husband John Lennon, on the island of Viðey in Reykjavík, Iceland, for John's birthday.
Join our live coverage on Oct 9th, at http://IMAGINEPEACETOWER.com/
at 8 pm Reykjavik time; 9 pm London & Liverpool; 4 pm New York; 1 pm Los Angeles; 5 am Tokyo.
Please ask all your friends to join us by Tweeting wishes
to IMAGINE PEACE TOWER (@IPTower on Twitter) or, even better, right off the page a
(the Tweet box is top right on the page) while you watch the Tower lighting up.
You can also send wishes by post, email & Facebook.
Tell all your friends. Spread the word!
Yoko Ono Lennon
Interview: Lennon author hosting new weekly show to tell Beatle's story
In an exclusive interview, Jude Southerland Kessler, author of the first two John Lennon biographies “Shoulda Been There” and “Shivering Inside” in a planned series, says she's excited about her new hourly weekly radio show called “The John Lennon Hour.” The show debuts at 9 p.m. ET Oct. 7 on the internet station Beatles-A-Rama.http://www.examiner.com/article/interview-lennon-author-hosting-new-weekly-show-to-tell-beatle-s-story
Norwich Evening News
New John Lennon book photos taken by North Walsham woman
A young photographer from North Walsham has been taking photos of John Lennon’s letters for a new book on the legendary Beatle which will be published next week.http://www.eveningnews24.co.uk/news/new_john_lennon_book_photos_taken_by_north_walsham_woman_1_1573599
girl private Riot Use John Lennon Award Cash For Freedom Fight
Jailed Russian punks girl private Riot are using a cash grant from John Lennon’s widow Yoko Ono to fund their fight for freedom.http://www.wenn.com/all-news/girl private-riot-use-john-lennon-award-cash-for-freedom-fight/
BBC News Essex
Early girlfriend of John Lennon tells of cinema meeting
Pat Clark remembers vividly the moment two teenage boys leapt over cinema seats to join her and a friend during a movie.The boys sat down on either side of the two girls.The 16-year-old who chose to join Mrs Clark had a keen interest in art and music. His name was John Lennon.http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-essex-19846763