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Jul 22, 2014 — A pine tree planted in Los Angeles in memory of George Harrison is one of several brought down in Griffith Park by an infestation.
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Feb 9, 2014 — Later, they'd get weird, experimental, and rebellious, but when the Beatles made their U.S. television debut 50 years ago, they were still just a band — but a magically brilliant band.
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Feb 9, 2014 — Soon after they arrived on U.S. shores, The Beatles infiltrated just about every part of American pop culture — including lunchboxes. Fans have been known to shell out more than $1,000 for an authentic 1960s lunchbox featuring the band.
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Nov 8, 2012 — When we listen to a new musical phrase, it is the parts of the brain that control muscle movement, not areas involved in hearing, that help us remember what we've heard. Keeping the notes in order is a little like getting your muscles to move at the right time.
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Mar 28, 2011 — A treasure-trove of photos taken by The Beatles' U.S. tour manager in the 1960s finally sees the light of day.
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Jun 18, 2010 — Lennon's 'A Day In The Life' Manuscript Sold
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