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The other historical documents that will be put under the hammer Dwight D. Eisenhower's handwritten letters during World War II and photo albums exchanged by Adolf Hitler and Benito Mussolini.
The widow of the late English musician celebrates the 44th anniversary of their marriage with a campaign to bring peace back in America.
The widow of John Lennon creates a collection of men's clothes which is aimed at celebrating every part that she loved about her late husband.
The actress who passed away last year had her biggest earning from the auction of her personal belongings.
The Mother Monster is 'supremely honored' by the LennonOno Grant for Peace and will donate the money she receives to Elton John's AIDS Foundation.
New York State's Department of Corrections announces Mark David Chapman's latest request to be released on parole is turned down by the board.
The Twitter message, which got deleted soon after it was posted, contained a statement from the Gnarls Barkley star who stated that he never 'meant no disrespect by changing the lyric.'
Recording equipment John Lennon used while working on his peace anthem Imagine is to be auctioned off online.
Pop singer Lady Gaga has likened herself to Beatles legend John Lennon - because she too is 'perpetually unhappy' with her finished products.
Yoko Ono tweets about her 42nd wedding anniversary to the late musician celebration in Iceland, saying, 'Imagine Peace Tower is lit to celebrate Spring and our wedding anniversary!'.
Mark Arrows wants money from the auction to satisfy a rent debt left behind by seller Biond Fury.
The 'Dead Zone' star will return to court to make the restraining order permanent, claiming he was punched in the face by his female housemate Paulina Regagnon.
The Saxophonist passed away in California on December 9 after battling the cancer for ten months.
Saying that Lennon's death still makes him baffled, McCartney is a bit relieved that he rebuilt his friendship with his bandmate before he died.
When visiting Aussie for a concert on the 30th anniversary day of John Lennon's death, Bono and his bandmates played their rendition of The Beatles' songs to remember the musician.