On Sunday, 400,000 people lined up along the west side of Central Park. They came from New York and Wisconsin and Canada and the Republic of Georgia. They had hand-drawn signs on cereal boxes and mass produced posters advocating divestment from fossil fuels. They had stilts, umbrellas, macaws, ukuleles, stickers, pins, and whistles. In the end, so many people showed up and clogged the march route that the crowd had to be dispersed via text message at 5PM, long ... Read More
She's a multimedia artist, a musician, a vocalist, a staunch feminist, and a tireless activist. And Yoko Ono shows no signs of slowing down. Quite the opposite.
In recent days, Yoko has scored her tenth consecutive #1 dance hit, "Hold Me," created an installation about the dangers of hydraulic fracturing ("fracking"), curated the 20th anniversary of the UK’s Meltdown Festival, recorded a new Plastic Ono Band album with her son, Sean Lennon, and - as ... Read More