IT was the swinging 60s and The Beatles was taking the world by storm. Eight-year-old Mohamed Raslan Abdul Rahman had just heard the Liverpool band's hit All My Loving on the radio, and he was mesmerised.
Portland's budget hotels include a former bathhouse with a rock'n'roll vibe, art-stuffed B&Bs, and a bike-friendly hostel This mid-century motor inn has been turned into a boutique hotel in the heart of Portland - think classic motel with ultra-modern glass and steel facelift somewhere between Twin Peaks and a cosmopolitan truck stop - and is just ... (more)
A woman accused of injury to a child was arrested Thursday after her boyfriend's 12-year old son was taken to Driscoll Children's Hospital, showing signs of starvation and abuse.
Hidden from public view for more than 40 years, it was found at Ringo Starr's former Surrey home, having originally been bought in 1967 by Lennon.
HUNTER Davies believes he's found the perfect home for his A 1m collection of handwritten letters and lyrics by John Lennon.
Publicity Photo Doctor Robert opens the Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park's Music on the Mountain series at 6 p.m. today.
DAFT PUNK have sold half a million copies of No1 single Get Lucky in the UK but there's one man who's not convinced - LIAM GALLAGHER .
According to Roy Orbison, when he was first asked by Brian Epstein to tour England with the Beatles, he responded, "What's a Beatle?" Orbison was fresh off hits like "Only the Lonely," "Crying" and "In Dreams," and his popularity was rising fast in Britain, but he wasn't yet used to Mersey Beat bands with such goofy names.
US photographer Annie Leibovitz was bestowed with the 2013 Prince of Asturias award for Communication and Humanities considering her "one of the driving forces of world photohjournalism." Vctor Garca de la Concha, chairman of the jury that granted the Connecticut-born photographer with the prize, stressed Leibovitz has become "one of the most ... (more)
"I start strumming my guitar and the word freedom comes out of my mouth as FREE-dom, FREE-dom, with a rhythm of its own.
It's a statement on fashion, sex and oppression. 1955 In "The Seven Year Itch," Marilyn Monroe shoots what will become a legendary scene when her white rayon acetate draped halter dress is blown up when she stands on a street grate, revealing white panties.
When they played in Ipswich in 1963 The Beatles stayed at the White Horse Hotel in Tavern Street, at the time one of the best hotels in Suffolk.
For sketchers, the musical equivalent would be like hanging out with Elvis Costello, Patti Smith and John Lennon for the day.
THE High Court has adjourned to next week Limerick man John Dundon's application to delay the start of his trial for the murder of rugby player Shane Geoghegan.
The handwritten lyrics to Strawberry Fields Forever will sit next to the Magna Carta in the British Library's Treasures Gallery Beatles biographer Hunter Davies has donated letters and lyrics by John Lennon to the British Library as part of a new tax relief scheme.