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How to Dress Like Pattie Boyd, Rock’s Most Famous Muse

When it comes to finding style inspiration, you can't go wrong with a woman like Pattie Boyd, 1960s It-Girl and rock 'n' roll muse to Beatle George Harrison and guitar god Eric Clapton. More » How to Dress Like Pattie Boyd, Rock’s Most Famous Muse is a post from TheGloss - Get the best women's beauty, make up, hairstyles tips. Show More Summary

How to Unfold Your Love

43 years ago today, the famous Concert for Bangladesh was staged in New York City’s Madison Square Garden. It was actually two concerts, organized by George Harrison and Ravi Shankar (working with UNICEF) to raise relief funds for the refugees of Bangladesh, victims of the 1971 war between East and West Pakistan. The first benefit [...]

Beetles Kill Los Angeles Pine Tree Memorial to Beatle George Harrison

3 weeks agoOdd : Laughing Squid

A pine tree planted in Griffith Park in Los Angeles in honor of late-Beatles guitarist George Harrison in 2004 has been killed by an infestation of beetles. The tree, which grew to 10 feet and bore a plaque dedicated to the Traveling Wilbury, will be replaced with a sapling at an unspecified future date. image [...]

George Harrison Memorial Tree Killed ... by Beetles

A tree planted in Los Angeles to honor former Beatle George Harrison has been killed—by beetles. Councilman Tom LaBonge says the pine grew to more than 12 feet tall before succumbing to a bark beetle infestation. The tree was removed last month and will be replanted in the fall....

Beetles Destroy George Harrison's Memorial Tree in California Park

In an ironic twist of fate, a pine tree that was planted near California's Griffith Park Observatory to honor the late Beatle George Harrison was destroyed by... beetles. The tree had been placed at the observatory in 2004, and the pine...Show More Summary

Beetles vs. Beatle

4 weeks agoOdd : Boing Boing

George Harrison's memorial tree in L.A. was killed by beetles.

Tree Planted To Honor Beatle Killed By Beetles

4 weeks agoNews : The Two-Way

A pine tree planted in Los Angeles in memory of George Harrison is one of several brought down in Griffith Park by an infestation of beetles.

George Harrison Memorial Tree Overrun And Killed By… Beetles

In an ironic turn of events, the pine tree planted in 2004 in memory of George Harrison in Los Angeles will have to be replanted because the original tree died as a result of insect infestation — specifically, beetles. The Los Angeles Times reports, “The memorial tree in Griffith Park had grown to more than [...]

Beetles destroyed George Harrison’s memorial tree, so we rewrote some Beatles songs about it

A tree that someone planted in memory of the Beatles’ George Harrison is no more: It was destroyed by beetles. No,

Beetles destroy late Beatle's memorial tree

George Harrison’s memorial tree has been destroyed by “beetlemania.” In an ironic twist, a pine tree planted at Griffith Park in honor of the late Beatle died due to a beetle infestation, according to the Los Angeles Times.

The George Harrison Memorial Tree has been killed by beetles.

4 weeks agoOdd : Happy Place

Something in the way they devour wood. (via) It's a shame George Harrison isn't around, because he would've gotten a big kick out of this story. Although, if he were around, there wouldn't be a need for a George Harrison memorial tree in the first place. Show More Summary

Newswire: Meet the beetles that are eating a Beatle’s memorial tree

As a bit of an early-midweek gift to punny headline writers everywhere, the L.A. Times reports that a pine tree planted in honor of late Beatle George Harrison has died as a result of being eaten by beetles. There really isn’t much more...Show More Summary

George Harrison Memorial Tree Destroyed By Beetles

OK, this is pretty bizarre. The George Harrison Memorial Tree in Los Angeles was destroyed by actual beetles. A George Harrison memorial tree was killed by beetles. So much for all you need is love. — Mark Campbell (@MrWordsWorth) July 22, 2014 According to Spin Magazine, the tree was planted in 2004 in memory of […]

George Harrison memorial tree destroyed by literal beetles

This is the truth-is-stranger-than-fiction version of a perfect game. In 2004, a memorial tree was planted for George Harrison in Los Angeles' Griffith Park. That tree is scheduled to be replanted, because the original tree was killed. Show More Summary

You Can't Make This Stuff Up: George Harrison Memorial Tree Killed by Actual Beetles

4 weeks agoOdd : The Daily What

The living local monument fell victim to an infestation of insects that couldn't be bested. According to Councilman Tom LaBonge, a new one will be planted in its stead shortly.

Morning Linkage: George Harrison Tree vs. Beetles, Beats by Dre HQ in Culver

· Griffith Park George Harrison memorial tree killed by beetles · Inside Beats by Dre's Culver City HQ, by Barbara Bestor · Broker/blogger: DTLA residents are terrified that homeless people will use the new CVS · Rancho Mirage wants...

Beetles kill Beatle's memorial tree

4 weeks agoOdd : Boing Boing

The George Harrison Memorial Tree in Los Angeles, planted in memory of the Beatles guitarist, was killed by beetles.

George Harrison(Tree) Killed By ‘Beetles’

George Harrison is DEAD. Well, you knew that, but now so is his tree. There was a famous band by the name of Bachman Turner Overdrive that once sung to us “You ain’t seen nothin’ yet”. Though, their grammar left something to be desired, they have been proven true, time and time again. Los Angeles,

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