This spring, Ono was back in Montreal for the launch of an exhibition celebrating that famous "Bed-In" of 1969. The exhibit, called "Imagine: The Peace Ballad of John & Yoko," runs through June 21 at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts and features drawings, photographs, and videos (many on loan from Ono) that convey the couple's groove-tastic message of peace. Admission is free, since, as Ono says, "Peace is for everyone. It isn't something you have to sell."
Indeed, June is a big month for the 76-year-old icon, who's still making music, most recently collaborating with Cat Power and The Flaming Lips for her 2007 album, Yes, I'm a Witch. On June 6, she's set to receive a prestigious Golden Lion Lifetime Achievement Award from the Venice Bienniale.
That's all well and good, of course, and we applaud her energy. But with conflicts raging endlessly in Iraq and Afghanistan, maybe it's time for Ono to get back in the sack.