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Crain's 5boros Debut Highlights Pizza, Yoko Ono - Posted October 1, 2014
The most intriguing aspect of "5Boro Pizza Tour," one of the articles in this week's Fall 2014 debut of quarterly print magazine Crain's 5 Boros, is the author. The piece was written by Thrillist New York editor Andrew Zimmer... [morningmedianewsfeed]

Crain's 5boros Debut Highlights Pizza, Yoko Ono - Posted October 1, 2014
The most intriguing aspect of "5Boro Pizza Tour," one of the articles in this week's Fall 2014 debut of quarterly print magazine Crain's 5 Boros, is the author. The piece was written by Thrillist New York editor Andrew Zimmer... [FishbowlNY]

Yoko Ono Lands Book Deal with OR Books - Posted April 12, 2013
Artist Yoko Ono inked a deal with OR Books for an "instructional poetry" book entitled Acorn. The publisher plans to release this title in June 2013. OR Books described the Acorn manuscript as "an extension" of Ono's 1964 art book, ... [GalleyCat]

Yoko Ono's Menswear Line Is a Brilliant PR Stunt - Posted November 29, 2012
Yoko Ono: abstract artist, obtuse celebrity, Beatles wife, woman who claims to have "so much love because the whole world hated me". She's not really known for subtlety, is she? Neither is the eccentric fashion/retail brand ... [PRNewser]

The Feminist Press Publishes Pussy Riot eBook - Posted September 12, 2012
The Feminist Press has been working with Russian punk art collective Pussy Riot on an eBook project entitled Pussy Riot!: A Punk Prayer for Freedom. The title will be available at digital bookstores on September 21st. Here's more from the release: "On February 21, 2012, five members of Pussy Riot st... [GalleyCat]

Yoko Ono to Introduce MTV's Steve Jobs Tribute - Posted October 29, 2011
MTV has tapped artist Yoko Ono to introduce their music tribute to Apple co-founder ... [AllTwitter]

John Lennon Letters To Be Published - Posted April 8, 2011
In October 2012 Little, Brown will publish selected letters by John Lennon. The book will be edited and introduced by Hunter Davies. Here's more about the book: "He lived - and died - in an age before emails and texts. Pen and ink were his medium. John wrote letters... [GalleyCat]

Introducing Mono's 'Resolution Simplifier' - Posted January 4, 2011
With 2011 being served fresh from Father Time's oven, New Year's resolutions are currently underway. Minneapolis-based Mono knows how difficult lying about self-improvement can be, so the agency's introduced its own online device, a "... [AgencySpy]

Building on Existing Buzz for 'LENNONYC' Screening - Posted October 5, 2010
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Ralph Nader and His 700-Page Novel - Posted September 21, 2009
Tomorrow Seven Stories Press will release a 733-page "utopian fantasy" written by one unexpected novelist--crusading politician Ralph Nader. According to the Washingto... [GalleyCat]

Passion Pit on Their Popularity: "We Have a Really Awesome Publicist" - Posted June 10, 2009
[Music video for Passion Pit's "Sleepyhead"] Indie-rocker... [PRNewser]

Lunch: A Heaping Helping of the Usual Suspects - Posted May 27, 2009
— DIANE CLEHANE We've been spoiled by the steady stream of A-listers we've come to meet during our weekly Wednesday visits. So you can imagine our disappointment when we heard we missed Gabriel Byrne, who was i... [morningmedianewsfeed]

Lunch: A Heaping Helping of the Usual Suspects - Posted May 27, 2009
— DIANE CLEHANE We've been spoiled by the steady stream of A-listers we've come to meet during our weekly Wednesday visits. So you can imagine our disappointment when we heard we missed Gabriel Byrne, who was i... [FishbowlNY]

The Beatles Finally Go Digital (Sort Of) - Posted October 31, 2008
Rumors about a partnership between The Beatles, their label Apple Corps, and Apple's iTunes Store in order to sell the band's digital music tracks online have persisted for ages. We're still not there yet. But as ... [ThinkMobile - SocialTimes.com]

Authors Guild Denounces "Dead Celebs" Bill - Posted June 21, 2007
Yesterday the Authors Guild sent out an alert to its members that the organization, along with the Association of American Publishers, have publicly denounced a bill on the floor of the New York State Legislature that could allow heirs the legal right to block the use of photographs and other likenesses... [GalleyCat]

Sun Correction: Yoko Ono Not A Dog Eater - Posted June 7, 2007
Today's most embarassing newspaper correction is from The Sun, which, as usual, shows the tabloid's unique knack for headlines: Our May 30 story headed "Uuurrgh! My Corgi kebab is a bit ruff" said that Yoko Ono was on a radio show and "tasted" dog me... [morningmedianewsfeed]

Sun Correction: Yoko Ono Not A Dog Eater - Posted June 7, 2007
Today's most embarassing newspaper correction is from The Sun, which, as usual, shows the tabloid's unique knack for headlines: Our May 30 story headed "Uuurrgh! My Corgi kebab is a bit ruff" said that Yoko Ono was on a radio show and "tasted" dog me... [FishbowlNY]

Yoko, Don't Stop The Rain! We want John! - Posted March 7, 2007
This writer was never a gung-ho Beatles aficionado, although she had a classmate who was so into Paul McCartney that she had picture of the man all over her date book and inside her locker. Even so, this journalist is part of that group of fans that while we didn't... [UnBeige]

'The Situation Can't Be Unf*cked' - Posted February 26, 2007
Arthur magazine, the five-year-old neo-music rag found free in the entrances of the city's hipster haunts like Other Music, is dead. The reason? A dispute between the magazine's founding editor, Jay Babcock, and founding publisher Laris Kreslins... [morningmedianewsfeed]

'The Situation Can't Be Unf*cked' - Posted February 26, 2007
Arthur magazine, the five-year-old neo-music rag found free in the entrances of the city's hipster haunts like Other Music, is dead. The reason? A dispute between the magazine's founding editor, Jay Babcock, and founding publisher Laris Kreslins... [FishbowlNY]

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