Remembering John Lennon "Lennon fans pay tributes" -- BBC News http://news.bbc.co.uk/hi/english/entertainment/newsid_1060000/1060424.stm Lennon in New York -- ABC News http://abcnews.go.com/onair/lennon/ "Looking for the Real John Lennon" -- _New York Times_ http://www.nytimes.com/2000/12/07/arts/07NOTE.html "A death that marked the seam of a generation" -- _Baltimore Sun_ http://www.sunspot.net/content/opinion/story?section=opinion&pagename= story&storyid=1150520207876 "Lennon's Greatest Hits" -- _The Nation_ http://www.thenation.com/doc.mhtml?i=20001218&s=wiener "John Lennon Remembered" -- dotmusic http://www.dotmusic.com/news/December2000/news16825.asp Fresh Air [RealPlayer] http://freshair.npr.org/ Twenty years ago today, John Lennon was senselessly murdered by an obsessed fan outside his New York City apartment. An icon to millions to this day, Lennon is remembered for both his music and his activism for world peace. Vigils and memorial services have been planned worldwide, including ones at Strawberry Fields in New York's Central Park, Lennon's childhood home in Liverpool, and the John Lennon Museum outside Tokyo. Readers can find out more about these tributes and Lennon's legacy beginning with the BBC's site, which includes analysis, related articles and links, and some audio and video selections. ABC News offers a feature-rich interactive Webumentary on the life and music of John Lennon (and his FBI files), with photos, a discography, commentary, and audio clips. Additional coverage and commentary is available from the _New York Times_ (free registration required), the _Baltimore Sun_, _The Nation_, and dotmusic. Finally, users may want to visit the Website of NPR's Fresh Air with Terry Gross. Her show today features three interviews remembering John Lennon, with Yoko Ono, historian John Wiener who uncovered the secret FBI files, and Cynthia Lennon, his first wife.
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