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Yoko Ono

Yoko Ono is the widow of Beatles singer John Lennon. She is also a peace activist.

In June 2012, the Dublin Biennial presented her with a lifetime achievement award for her art and peace activism. While accepting the award, Yoko Ono spoke about the love for Dublin John Lennon had.

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DocWeek Celebrates Festival Season With Gracie Otto and Greta Scacchi in Adelaide for Australian Premiere 'The Last Impresario'
Director Gracie Otto, Producer Nicole O'Donohue and Internationally acclaimed actress Greta Scacchi will be in Adelaide for the Australian premiere of the documentary film 'The Last Impresario' on Tuesday March 4 at 7pm at the Mercury Cinema. The film will open DocWeek 2014, Australia's annual Documentary Film Festival.

Fanyu Lin, Young Architect From China, Joins New York Fluxus Foundation on Developing Innovative Prefabricated Mass Building System

'The Last Impresario' Australian Premiere in Adelaide - Documentary Week Australia
DocWeek in association with Ralf Films and Wildflower Films is excited to announce the Australian premiere of documentary film 'The Last Impresario' at next year's Documentary Week Australia on Tuesday, March 4. In her full-length directorial debut, Australian filmmaker Gracie Otto profiles perhaps the most famous person you've never heard of: Michael White

MoMA to Use Credly to Issue Digital Badges for Online Course Completion
NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwired - October 01, 2013) - Credly, the leading platform for managing digital badges and credentials, announced that The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York will issue its first digital badge for successful online course completion using the Credly system.

Walker Art Center Internet Cat Video Festival Golden Kitty Awarded to the Original Grumpy Cat
ST. PAUL, MN--(Marketwired - August 29, 2013) -  The Walker Art Center presented the second Internet Cat Video Festival this evening at the Minnesota State Fair Grandstand, drawing an audience over 10,000. The people's choice award, the Golden Kitty, was presented to The Original Grumpy Cat. Grumpy responded to the honor with a characteristic "Whatever."

Live Like Gatsby With Fairmont Hotels & Resorts' Suite Luxury Offers
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Lady Gaga on Way to Reykjavik for Peace Prize, Why Not Visit Iceland Too?
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New Influential Anti-Hydraulic Fracking Movement Could Be Big Boost for CHMR's New Non-Hydraulic Extraction
Chimera Energy Corp (OTCBB: CHMR): The hydrocarbon industry is rampant with stories of the "Big Boys" of hydraulic fracking being involved in controversy that is triggering calls for investigations into ties between the hydrocarbons industries and academic institutions conducting research into shale resources

Martin Scorsese's GEORGE HARRISON: LIVING IN THE MATERIAL WORLD From Grove Street, Spitfire Pictures and Sikelia
" absorbing and beautifully made film..." - The New York Times "...a fitting, sonorous tribute to the pop idol, movie producer, spiritual searcher and constant gardener." - Time Magazine Martin Scorsese's GEORGE HARRISON: LIVING IN THE MATERIAL WORLD, which premiered on HBO last October, makes its home video debut in North America

Mark David Chapman denied parole for seventh time
Chapman will spend atleast two more years in prison

Nude album pics of John Lennon and Yoko Ono to go under the hammer
Two rare vintage photographs of John Lennon and Yoko Ono posing n*ked have emerged for sale after they were discovered in a loft.

Lennon and McCartney's abodes listed as Grade II by heritage commission
John Lennon and Sir Paul McCartney's childhood homes have been listed as Grade II buildings by an English commission that looks after historic buildings and monuments of the country.

Brandon Jacobs taunts Gisele Bundchen over four-letter Super Bowl rant
Gisele Bundchen, who has become "the most hated woman in Boston" after her four-letter Super Bowl rant, has been offered some advice by one of New York's Super Bowl winners about how to be magnanimous in the face of defeat.

Gisele Bundchen slammed by Bostonians over Super Bowl comment
People of Boston are infuriated with Gisele Bundchen for slamming the New England Patriots team for their defeat at the hands of New York Giants in the Super Bowl.

Yoko Ono's artwork to shed light on challenges faced by Indian women
Yoko Ono is creating a special art installation for a gallery in Delhi to shed light on some of the challenges faced by Indian women.

John Lennon's widow feels he is still campaigning in spirit
John Lennon's widow Yoko Ono on insisted that the star's spirit still soars, 31 years after his tragic death.

Early Marilyn Monroe photos sell for $352k at auction
Rare photographs from teenage Marilyn Monroe's first shoot have sold at auction for 352,000 dollars.

John Lennon put son Julian off having kids
Julian Lennon, who is John Lennon's son by his first wife, Cynthia has revealed that his difficult relationship with his father has discouraged him from starting a family.

John Lennon's to-do-list expected to fetch $4k
A list of errands written by John Lennon is going up for auction this week.

Paul McCartney and new bride hold second wedding party for US friends
Sir Paul McCartney and his new wife, Nancy Shevell, had a second wedding party in New York.

McCartney earned œ7.4m from 'Beatles' last year
Rock legend Sir Paul McCartney has earned a monster 7.4million pounds from 'The Beatles' alone last year.

Yoko Ono unveils global 'Imagine There's No Hunger' campaign
Yoko Ono has joined hands with Hard Rock International and WhyHunger to launch a global campaign titled Imagine There's No Hunger'.

George Harrison's son 'found Beatles biopic hard to watch'
Beatles legend George Harrison's son has revealed that he faced a tough time watching Martin Scorsese's documentary on his father, as it was a repetition of his hard life on the big screen.

The UK Celebrates London 2012 with a 12-week Nationwide Festival of the World’s Best Music, Theatre, Dance, Visual art, Literature, Film and Fashion
London 2012 launched the programme for the London 2012 Festival, a spectacular 12-week nationwide celebration bringing together leading artists from across the world with the very best from the UK, opening on Midsummer’s Day 21 June and running until 9 September 2012

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