Brad Weber

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Photos: Inside the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame's Beatles Exhibit

12<p>This drum head was painted by Eddie Stokes, a sign painter who made custom drum heads for Drum City, the London percussion shop where Ringo Starr …

Rock & Roll Hall of Fame

Paul McCartney

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Yoko Ono Writes Moving Tribute to John Lennon

John Lennon's widow Yoko Ono has written an elegant eulogy for her late husband on her blog.<p>The post, called "The Teamaker," opens with a memory of …

Paul McCartney: The Beatles Considered Reuniting

The Beatles had considered getting back together while all four members were still alive, says Paul McCartney. "There was talk of re-forming the …

Music

Bob Dylan's Secret Recording Session With George Harrison and Friends

New York — Bob Dylan snuck into Columbia's Studio B in New York on May Day and recorded for 12 hours with George Harrison, lead guitarist for a …

Music

John Lennon's Letters and Drawings to be Published in New Book

Yoko Ono has sold the rights to a collection of letters penned by John Lennon. Ono was persuaded to publish the letters by Hunter Davies, the …

Drawing

John Lennon's Final Interview

On December 5, 1980, three days before he was murdered, John Lennon sat down with <i>Rolling Stone</i>'s Jonathan Cott for a nine-hour interview. Select …

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The Beatles George Harrison's lost guitar solo

In this clip from <i>Living in the Material World,</i> Martin Scorsese's documentary about George Harrison, the late Beatle's son Dhani, along with George …

Guitar

The Beatles' 'Love Me Do' Hits the Public Domain in Europe

The Beatles first single, "Love Me Do," has entered the pubic domain in Europe, thanks to current copyright law in the European Union, <i>Complete Music</i> …

Music

50 Years Ago Today: The Beatles Released Their Debut Single, 'Love Me Do'

Exactly 50 years ago today, on October 5th, 1962, a new single titled "Love Me Do" hit record stores all over England. It was the debut 45 by the …

Music

The Beatles

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The Lost Beatles Photos: Rare Shots From 1964-1966

At Seattle Tacoma Airport, the Beatles boarded their chartered Americn Flyer Airlines Lockheed Electra plane bound for Vancouver, British Columbia, …

British Columbia

The Real Story Behind the Beatles' Last Days

Sunday marked an anniversary most Beatles fans would rather forget: the day in 1970 when Paul McCartney announced to the world that the Beatles were …

Music

Mamma Mia! ABBA museum opens in Stockholm - TODAY.com

You can dance, you can jive and yes, organizers do hope you have the time of your life at Stockholm’s newest tourist attraction.<p>Welcome to ABBA the Museum, the first permanent exhibition devoted to the Swedish pop group that became a global sensation in the 1970s, producing a string of infectious …

The Beatles 50th Anniversary: 16 Must-See Beatles Sights

It's been 50 years since The Beatles first announced they wanted to hold our hands. (Cue shrieking!) It's hard to believe, but this past February marked a half-century since the Fab Four hopped the pond and caused mass hysteria on <i>The Ed Sullivan Show</i>. In celebration of the ultimate boy band, here …

12 Best Men’s Shops in Paris

Shopping is always high on the to-do list when visiting this capital of fashion. But guys often get short shrift when it comes to finding out what’s …

The Germans snapping up vacation homes in Italy that Italians can't afford

Yasemin Rosenmaier has been selling homes in northern Italy since 2005 and she’s finding that there’s never been a better time to work for a German …

In Paris, boutique looks at bargain prices

With an influx of vintage markets and designer outlets, inexpensive retail therapy is plentiful in the home of haute couture.<p>The home of haute couture, Paris is a world shopping capital with enough high-end boutiques to strike fear into the heart of any bank manager. However, inexpensive retail …

A Comprehensive Guide to Getting Saucy in Germany's Wine Regions

With its well-developed niche in the beer industry, Germany is generally associated with biergartens, Oktoberfest and the pub grub that comes along with them -- bratwurst, pretzels, schnitzel. But it doesn't take a pinkie-poker to know that Germany also has a hand in the finer things of life -- …

Munich Ice Magic at Karls-Place

The Münchener Eiszauber (Munich Ice Magic) is Munich's largest open air ice rink. It is usually open from late November until late January every …

A thrillseeker’s guide to Vietnam

Dense jungles, brooding mountains, endless waterways, towering cliffs, hairpin bends: the potential for adrenalin-fuelled adventure is limitless in Vietnam. Whether you prefer to scale the heights of jagged peaks or plumb the depths of coral reefs, Vietnam will deliver something special. Heck, just …

In Thailand, the Death Railway’s grim history lives on

Made famous by the film The Bridge over the River Kwai, the Thai-Burma railway that once resulted in the death of thousands could help unite Southeast Asia by 2015.<p>Made famous by the film The Bridge over the River Kwai, the Thai-Burma railway that once resulted in the death of thousands could help …

Ancient Mount Fuji Village

My Friend Antonis Karalis<p>Recently appeared on Greek TV to talk about Google Glass and he mentioned me in a very nice way. Antonis composes a lot of …

Tips from the Jet Set: How to Do Paris Right

<i>From the desk of Style Guru and Jet Setter, Pepita Diamand</i><p>They say that Paris is the world’s most visited city and judging by the amount of far-flung …

Philippines tourism on the rise, but tough competition from region: report

The Philippine needs to be more competitive when it comes to its tourism industry, according to the latest report from the National Statistical …

Photo of the Moment: Lone Pearl Farm, Tahiti

Know Before You Go: Paris

If Paris is a croissant, crafted with immeasurable pride, kneaded by the hands of many, some visitors only get a taste of the flaky exterior. Whether you’re traveling for a long weekend or coming back for more, here’s a quick primer on getting to, from, and around this iconic city with ease.<p><b>>> When</b> …