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Here are links to the latest Beatles-related articles available online:
 
McCartney Working On Surfing Film
Contactmusic
31 January, 2011
Sir Paul McCartney is working on a secret surf movie
with the Aussie who taught Iggy Pop how to hang 10.
 
Dimondale duo takes love for Beatles to
another level
By Kathleen Lavey, Lansing State Journal
30 January, 2011
As a young teenager, Viki Spector-Walker fell hard
for the Beatles.
 
Ringo Starr TMs 'Ringo' video game
By Eddie Makuch, GameSpot
28 January, 2011
Beatles drummer files mark for computer game
software, as well as toys; intention is unknown.
 
Waters wades toward Beatles comedy
By Dave McNary, Variety
28 January, 2011
Mark Waters is in negotiations to direct the Beatles-
themed comedy "Get Back" for Sidney Kimmel
Entertainment.
 
Macca's 'fat' joke at Smithy
By Colin Robertson, The Sun
27 January, 2011
Beatles legend Paul McCartney tells comic James
Corden he's too FAT to go to Africa in Comic Relief's
funniest-ever sketch.
 
Press release
PRNewswire
27 January, 2011
Klaus Voormann Nominated for Grammy® Award for
Voormann & Friends - A Sideman's Journey Deluxe
 
Look Back: John Lennon Writes And Records
'Instant Karma' 41 Years Ago
RTT News
27 January, 2011
John Lennon wrote and recorded his classic song
"Instant Karma" on January 27, 1970.
 
Canadian woman first to graduate with Beatles
degree
The Associated Press
26 January, 2011
A Canadian has become the first person to graduate
from a Liverpool university's master's program on
The Beatles.
Also: Oakville woman earns worlds first master's in
Beatles
 
Corrections and clarifications
The Guardian
26 January, 2011
A report of plans to publish a volume of John Lennon's
letters incorrectly stated that Yoko Ono had sold the
intellectual property rights to the letters.
 
Sister of Beatles' George Harrison talks life in
Liverpool (video)
NewsOK.com
24 January, 2011
A tribute band called the Liverpool Legends were
hand-picked by George Harrisons sister, Louise.
 
Press release
PRNewswire
24 January, 2011
Legacy Recordings Announces the Premiere Release
of Billy Joel - Live At Shea Stadium, Full Length
Concert Film Available for First Time on CD, DVD
& Blu-ray Disc Tuesday, March 8
 
Beatles Autographs and Memorabilia in Jan.
22 NY Auction
News-antique.com
20 January, 2011
Beatles Memorabilia is still a great investment as the
next generation of music fan digs into the roots of the
Fab Four. It may be the right time to buy rock and roll
memorabilia.
 
Collected John Lennon letters to be published
By Alexandra Topping, The Guardian
20 January, 2011
Yoko Ono sells publishing rights to collection of letters
giving unrivalled insight into Lennon's character
Also: Tourist busted after venturing into Dakota,
bumping into Yoko Ono; Why Yoko Was Right to Sell
John Lennon Letters
 
Regeneration firm promises Ringo reprieve for
Liverpool's Madryn Street
By Adam Faulkner, Click Liverpool
20 January, 2011
The birthplace of former Beatle Ringo Starr will not be
demolished if an ambitious new renovation scheme is
accepted by Liverpool council chiefs.
Also: Council boss to do 'right thing' over ex-beatle
Ringo's home
 
Happy birthday, Beatles director Richard
Lester!
By Michael Sragow, Baltimore Sun
19 January, 2011
Richard Lester, who was born in 1932, hasn't
directed a feature since 1989.
 
Harrison's sibling believes in Beatles
By Richard Carter, Times Record News
18 January, 2011
Louise Harrison remembers the fall 1964 Beatles
month-long tour of America, first-hand.
Also: Louise Harrison remembers her brother, the
Beatle
 
Beatles memorabilia museum opens in Buenos
Aires
By Almudena Calatrava, Huffington Post
16 January, 2011
A brick from The Cavern Club, a check for 11 pounds
signed by Ringo Starr, an "authentic" Beatles wig.
Also: pics; Beatles top 5 million iTunes downloads;
U of C offers course on the Beatles (inc. video)
 
MP rebuked over bid to save Ringos house
By Ted Jeory, Express
16 January, 2011
City Council has angrily rejected a Government call to
halt the demolition of Ringo Starrs former home.
 
Beatles expert Jim Berkenstadt is a rock 'n' roll
detective
By Will McClain, Minneapolis City Pages
12 January, 2011
The band hired him to piece together their story
 
The Beatles named No.1 best-selling vinyl artists
of 2010
By Vicky Allison, Monsters and Critics.com
10 January, 2011
The Beatles have been named the biggest-selling vinyl
artists of last year.
 
John Lennon's first car up for auction
Telegraph
10 January, 2011
The first car bought by John Lennon after he passed his
driving test is being offered for sale at auction next month.
Also: John Lennon's psychedelic limousine on display
 
George Harrison's beloved guitar is reborn as
a replica
By Brian Mansfield, USA Today
10 January, 2011
When George Harrison played Liverpool's Cavern Club
with The Beatles in the early '60s, he had a Gretsch Duo
Jet in his hands.
 
Paul McCartney Not (Yet) Confirmed for Kate
and Williams Royal Wedding
GossipCop
7 January, 2011
For Kate Middleton and Prince William, all you need is
love and a Beatle.
 
Imagine Brad Pitt as John Lennon
Express
7 January, 2011
Sean Penn did it in Milk, Spike Lee did it in Malcolm X
and Joaquin Phoenix did it in Walk The Line now its
Brad Pitts turn to star in a biopic as he is set to play
John Lennon.
 
Martin releasing new album in March
The Press Association
7 Jamuary, 2011
Steve Martin will release his second bluegrass album in
the US in March.
 
Saving Ringo Starrs birthplace is too
expensive, says Liverpool Council leader
By David Bartlett, Liverpool Daily Post
6 January, 2011
Refurbishing Ringo Starrs birthplace and almost 300
other homes would cost £22m, and not necessarily
create a sustainable community, Liverpools council
leader said last night.
 
Across the Universe: The Beatles in India
(inc. audio)
By Johan van Slooten, Radio Netherlands
5 January, 2011
On this week's edition of South Asia Beat, we present
a special programme in which we take you back to 1968,
when four men from Liverpool embarked on a meditation
trip to Rishikesh in the north of India.
 
This Day in Music Spotlight: The Tragic Death
of Fifth Beatle, Mal Evans
By Andrew Vaughan, Gibson.com
5 January, 2011
Who was the Fifth Beatle? Several in the Beatles camp
have claimed that crown, but nobody deserves it more
than gentle giant Mal Evans.
 
Paul McCartney asks India's prime minister to
declare a national Vegetarian Day
Los Angeles Times
4 January, 2011
Outspoken vegetarian Paul McCartney is urging India to
declare a national Vegetarian Day to celebrate meat-free
living and compassion toward animals.
Also: Macca joins the Beach Boys: Sir Paul and Nancy
Shevell relax in island paradise; Prince William: Let it
be Paul McCartney at wedding
 
Brian Epstein, Pete Best and Stuart Sutcliffe
could be honoured with street names by
Liverpool council
By Marc Waddington, Liverpool Echo
4 January, 2011
Plans to name city streets after ex-Beatles Pete Best
and Stuart Sutcliffe were today under discussion.
Also: Street to be name after Beatles' widow Yoko Ono in
Liverpool?
 
Rock & Roll Birthday: George Martin
By Brett Warner, Ology
3 January, 2011
Easily the most successful, influential, and creatively
innovative record producer in popular music history, Sir
George Martin and his work with The Beatles during the
1960s changed the very fabric of how rock and roll could
be written, recorded, and experienced.
 
'Can't get no worse' for Pete Best
By Yuli Barquisal, The Philippine Star
3 January, 2011
Probably it was just his way of reacting to the bitter truth
he was no longer in the Beatles line-up.
Also: BBQ queen's brush with The Beatles
 
Minister in bid to save Ringo home
The Press Association
2 January, 2011
A Government minister has moved to halt controversial
plans to bulldoze the former home of ex-Beatle Ringo Starr.
Also: Minister tries to save Ringo Starr's former home (inc.
video); Let It Be: Ringo Starr's birthplace could be saved
from demolition; Saving Ringo's house
 
John Lennon 'Abbey Road' suit sells for $46,000
By Magdalene Perez, Ct Post
1 January, 2011
At 29 years old, Kristi Braswell-Panarese may be new to
the art of auctioneering, but that didn't stop her dad, the
second-generation owner of Braswell Galleries in Norwalk,
from giving her a very special lot to call Saturday.
 
 
 
 
 
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