The landmarking is part of a plan to build a pair of towers alongside the venue Judy Garland and Bob Hope were at the Hollywood Palladium the night it opened in 1940. It was Halloween, and Tommy Dorsey and Frank Sinatra were performing for a crowd of 10,000. Show More Summary
An actor turned teacher who has inspired scores of students at the Frank Sinatra School of the Arts was hailed by Gov.
It's said that Bing Crosby and Frank Sinatra had partied at the Toluca Lake house. [ more › ]
In 11 Questions, The A.V. Club asks interesting people 11 interesting questions—and then asks them to suggest one for our next interviewee. Emeril Lagasse is a food legend, and for good reason. The chef has been in the kitchen mixing...Show More Summary
It’s hard to believe there was a time when air travel could inspire the lyrics to hits like Frank Sinatra’s “Come Fly With Me.” Fifteen years ago, when terrorists hijacked four U.S. airliners and flew them into the World Trade Center towers and the Pentagon, killing nearly 3,000 people, national security efforts changed forever. Show More Summary
Kristin Chenoweth is covering some classics on her fifth studio album, “The Art Of Elegance,” due out Sept. 23. The 13-track set finds Chenoweth taking on Johnny Mercer’s “Skylark” and Frank Sinatra’s “I’m a Fool to Want You,” amongShow More Summary
Roasts are supposed to come from a place of love. Historically, the Friars' Club Roasts of people like Frank Sinatra were friends cracking jokes at each other' expense. The roastee trusted the roasters because they knew that it was all in good fun. Show More Summary
Frank Sinatra’s “My Way” is the top pick for funeral songs, a new British survey reports. According to the Daily Mail more and more people are choosing the songs they want played at their funeral and the signature song from Ol’ Blue Eyes is the most popular choice. Show More Summary
History’s Greatest Drunks: Dean Martin We raise a toast to Frank Sinatra’s best drinking buddy… Tony Sachs
Nats manager has also explained to his California friends that the Nats logo does not signify Walgreens.
In his seminal profile of Frank Sinatra for Esquire magazine in 1966, American writer and journalist Gay Talese wrote of his subject, "Frank Sinatra had a cold. Sinatra with a cold is Picasso without paint, Ferrari without fuel—onlyShow More Summary
Donald Trump regrets some of the things he’s said over the course of the 2016 campaign. That is what CNN reports him having announced at a rally in North Carolina on Thursday. But in keeping with a classic Frank Sinatra tune about regrets – or a lack thereof – Trump failed to mention just what... Show More Summary
Bobby soxer is a 1940s sociological coinage describing the often very zealous fans of traditional pop music, in particular its creators like singer Frank Sinatra. Bobby soxers were usually teenage girls and young adult women from about...Show More Summary
My thoughts settled on the Frank Sinatra song, “My Way,” when asked about necessary resources for rural health care to survive. Seven years ago, my father and I changed office buildings. We closed the office that Friday to allow three full days to get settled. However, we ended up seeing sick patients in the parking […]
Mr. Nicholson, with the chef Edna Lewis, served Southern at the Café Nicholson cuisine to artists and writers like Frank Sinatra, Gore Vidal and Tennessee Williams.
Lisa Sepulveda likes to quote Frank Sinatra: “The best revenge is massive success.” Herself a cancer survivor, Lisa would seem to be avenging the cosmic injustice that ended her mother’s life far too early.“My biggest motivation,” she says, “Has always been to do what my mother never had the chance [...]
Biochemistry research on lectins and proteoglycans have been around as long as Frank Sinatra tunes. So finding out that these proteins interact is like discovering Sinatra and Elvis started a band way back when. Researchers explain how this finding could impact cancer and immune system research.
She began her film career at age 11 with a bit part in Chaplin’s Modern Times and went on to appear as a perky sweetheart alongside stars from Gene Kelly and Frank Sinatra to Lucille Ball, Rosalind Russell and Nancy Reagan. After MGM’s musicals went out of fashion, she developed a career as a character […]
By the time Frank Sinatra arrived at Capitol Records in March 1953, Nat King Cole had been with the label since its start in 1942. During those years, in the mid-1940s, Cole set the standard for the relaxed, swinging jazz...