In celebration of the 50th anniversary of The Beatles coming to America, The Times is looking for Beatles fans who have special memories and stories of the Fab Four's descent on U.S. soil.
Snow and frigid temperatures didn't stop thousands of screaming teenagers from crowding into the Washington Coliseum in the nation's capital for the Beatles first live concert on American soil.
Reuven Gershon and James Fox have some insanely daunting shoes to fill: Every night, they're asked to impersonate John and Paul on Broadway.
The sculptures on display at Indiana University by Morton C. Bradley have elicited responses from viewers outside of the art strata according to IU Curator of Campus Art Sherry Rouse.
While a primary focus for many who attend the Hyde Park Jazz Festival is the music, festival director Kate Dumbleton also sees it as a way for attendees to explore the neighborhood’s rich architectural offerings.
Pat DiNizio – the Jersey-born and bred rocker who fronts The Smithereens and who penned such classic alt-rock foundation songs in the 1980s as “Blood And Roses,” “A Girl Like You,” “Behind The Wall of Sleep,” “Only A Memory” and “House We Used To Live In” – maintains a busy solo career while…
Audiences should expect an eclectic mix of music during the Northwest Indiana Symphony Orchestra's 2012-2013 season.
Today marks Paul McCartney's 70th birthday and for Beatles fans worldwide, it's a time to celebrate not only the legend's life but the eclectic music catalog he's created.
Decades after John, Paul, George & Ringo bid farewell to the Beatles, their music reverberates each spring in a local barn when area musicians and fans "come together" and share the songs of the Fab Four to feed folks.
HEBRON | The town's annual block party is becoming a great tradition, but officials are hoping to avoid what has become a tradition during its first two years: rain.
Beatles fan Jerry Gomez of Hammond continues his quest to meet the surviving members of The Beatles.
Last year's reissuing of the Beatles' vastly influential catalog on CD and debut of the Fab Four on "Rock Band" weren't necessary in keeping the spirit of Beatlemania alive nearly five decades after it started.
Pictured is a ticket from the 1964 Beatles concert at the Indiana State Fair.
A 1964 Beatles record player is part of Jerry Gomez' Fab Four memorabilia collection..
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