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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 Mother Monster is 'supremely honored' by the LennonOno Grant for Peace and will donate the money she receives to Elton John's AIDS Foundation.
The upcoming album, which will benefit the Occupy movement, additionally includes Willie Nelson, Steve Earle, Debbie Harry and Michael Moore.
Rockers, rappers and Hollywood actors united online to honour mums everywhere to mark Mother's Day in America on Sunday.
Yoko Ono has thrown her support behind the Non-Violence Project and unveiled her interpretation of the organisation's iconic knotted gun symbol in memory of her late husband, John Lennon.
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!'.
The actress didn't like how the lawyers dragged her to court and made a spectacle out of a case of stolen purse.
In the chat with RKO radio station just hours before he was gunned down, Lennon said that he hoped it would be long before he meets death.
On the 30th anniversary of John Lennon's death, Yoko Ono writes a touching tribute to the singer to remember her happiest moments with him.
In a bejeweled see-through-behind catsuit, the 24-year-old controversial singer bared her bottoms during the We Are Plastic Ono Band concert on Saturday, October 2.
A private collector, who owns one of the 40 original copies of the iconic photo by Annie Leibovitz, will put it for bid on October 19.
The widow of Beatles legend would hold an award ceremony in October and follow it up with a concert.
The actor, who will turn 50 on Saturday, August 7, was nicknamed Duke as a schoolboy and among his classmates was assassinated U.S. president John F. Kennedy's eldest son, John F. Kennedy, Jr.
Though the Slim Shady's 'Recovery' is forced to step down on number two at local chart, the record still manages to ban Lady GaGa's 'The Fame' from taking the first spot at the European chart.