Jimmy Breslin & John Lennon
Jimmy Breslin (born October 17, 1930) is an American journalist and author. He currently writes a column for the New York Daily News' Sunday edition. John Winston Lennon (9 October 1940 – 8 December 1980) was an English musician and singer-songwriter who rose to worldwide fame as one of the founding members of The Beatles, one of the most commercially successful and critically acclaimed acts in the history of popular music. /5
Jimmy Breslin's story about the day John Lennon was killed in New York... The kicker is gold. RIP Jimmie Breslin
RIP Jimmy Breslin. This was him on deadline, the night John Lennon got shot
Reread the iconic column written on deadline by Jimmy Breslin — now dead at 86 — on the day John Lennon died
36 years ago tonight, Jimmy Breslin, on deadline, filed this on death of John Lennon. Legend.
"Are you John Lennon?" Jimmy Breslin's flash file on the cops who responded to a shooting at the Dakota, 35 yrs ago
"They just took John Lennon in." Jimmy Breslin's classic column on the night John Lennon died.
Proof that deadline journalism wasn't invented with the Internet Jimmy Breslin on the killing of John Lennon
The night of December 8th, Jimmy Breslin was at home when he got the call that John Lennon had been shot. This is the column he wrote on deadline.ARE YOU JOHN LENNON?That summer in Breezy Point, wh...
It was 34 years ago tonight that John Lennon was shot and killed. Here's the piece Jimmy Breslin wrote on deadline
Thirty-four years ago tonight, John Lennon was shot and killed and Jimmy Breslin was on deadline: h/t
“Are you John Lennon?” The guy in the back nodded and groaned.
Found this via : Jimmy Breslin's column the night John Lennon was shot:
"Man shot, One West Seventy-second Street.” Jimmy Breslin's great deadline story on the cops who found John Lennon. http:/…
Jimmy Breslin | The City Room. On the assassination of John Lennon. Great piece of journalism.
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