Today marks the 29th anniversary of John Lennon's death. The musician would have just turned 69 this October had Mark David Chapman not shot him dead outside of the Dakota on the night of December 8th, 1980. (Last year Chapman was denied parole for a 5th time.) To commemorate Lennon's life and death, fans will gather once again at Strawberry Fields (CityRoom spoke to the unofficial curator of the Imagine mosaic there). If you stop by, or attend any Lennon tributes throughout the city today or tonight, send us your photos.

There's still time to check out the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Annex's Lennon NYC Years exhibit, before they close up shop in January. And while you're at work, tune in to East Village Radio, where they're broadcasting a Lennon tribute.