Beatles in the New Yorker

It seems that every other New Yorker article that I come across mentions something about the Beatles.

Case 1: Paul McCartney urges Dalai Lama to remain vegetarian

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Case 2: John Cage asks neighbor John Lennon to bring down the noise

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Case 3: Keith Richards recounts acid trips with Lennon:

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Bonus excerpt: Since 1989, the Stones have earned more than two billion dollars ins gross revenues

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