Frank Sinatra once crooned that love is lovelier the second time around but Ol' Blue Eyes wasn't telling the whole story: when you remarry, love is also a whole lot more complicated. The best way to stave off a second (or third) divorce is by addressing challenges as early as possible. Show More Summary
Girl #1: I think he is bipolar.Girl #2: Umm…he's dyslexic. There's a big difference.–Frank Sinatra School of the Arts High SchoolHeadline by: PeterGRunners-Up:· “Bi-Curious Perhaps?” – muppet show· “Either Way He’d Make a Perfect Phys Ed Instructor” – Ron D.· “I’m Sorry…I Meant Diqolar” – Slater· “You Say ‘Tomato’, I Say ‘Fuck You, I’ll Cut […]
Frank Sinatra isn’t closely identified with the Broadway stage, but producers on the Great White Way were happy to be singing one of his refrains as they released attendance figures for the just-ended 2014-15 season: It was a very good year.
Singer Ron Hawking has been entertaining the world his way since before he could talk.... The post Ron Hawking celebrates the Frank Sinatra centennial — his way appeared first on Chicago Entertainment - Chicago Sun-Times.
One of the most famous celebrity profiles in magazine history was entitled, "Frank Sinatra Has a Cold," a piece by Gay Talese for Esquire in 1966 that used Ol' Blue Eyes' bout with that most common of ailments as a side door into Sinatra's personality, moods and world.
Yesterday I couldn't get The Things We Did Last Summer out of my head. The song was written by Sammy Cahn and Jule Styne for Frank Sinatra, who recorded it in 1946 for Columbia under the direction of Alex Stordahl....
Once upon a time, recordings were made right onto records.
Commissioned by Old Blue Eyes himself in 1967, this Palm Desert compound was built to entertain Frank Sinatra's Rat Pack pals and other celebs, with a lighted pool/spa, tennis courts, parking for up to 24 cars, and a helipad....
An estate built for legendary singer and actor Frank Sinatra on a granite plateau in the mountains above Palm Desert is for sale at $3.95 million.
Originally published on RMI Outlet. By David Labrador It was a full moon when Frank Sinatra’s hometown was struck by a hurricane named Sandy in October 2012. High tides combined with the storm surge to flood his birthplace at 415 Monroe Street in Hoboken, New Jersey, under several feet of water. Show More Summary
The aging rocker made his fourth, and last, Letterman appearance on Dave’s penultimate show.
Ol' Blue Eyes became a cultural icon with memorable movies and songs from "Strangers in the Night" to "My Way."
YouTube Link On December 8, 1963, 19-year-old Frank Sinatra Jr., son of legendary singer Frank Sinatra, was kidnapped from his hotel room after performing a show in Lake Tahoe. Sinatra's kidnapper, Barry Keenan, was an alcoholic, drug addicted businessman who was severely down on his luck. Show More Summary
I found this tidbit today:Bollywood actor Varun Dhawan, who was shooting for ABCD 2 in USA and was staying in a famous luxury hotel in Las Vegas. He was checked into the Sinatra suite, which is one of the best suites in the hotel.“While...Show More Summary
The US Grant hotel in San Diego will honor what would have been Frank Sinatra's centennial year with three concerts featuring crooner Richard Shelton and some of Ol' Blue Eyes' former bandmates.
The New Jersey Performing Arts Center will honor Frank Sinatra and also play host to Jerry Seinfeld, Sharon Jones, and Wynton Marsalis.
The only thing better than a single Hollywood musical is a boxed set, and two such boxes are currently new on the scene from Warner Bros.
Q: In his 1955 recording of “Can’t We Be Friends?” Frank Sinatra sings “Why should I care though she gave me the air.” Am I right that to “give someone the air” comes from the telephone technology of the day? I picture a guy holding an old fashioned phone in one hand and asking “Where... ? Read More: She gave him the air
The Lamborghini Miura was the car to have if you were a famous person in the late 1960s and early 1970s. Frank Sinatra had an orange one with a custom wild boar-skin interior. Fellow Rat Pack member Dean Martin had a green one. Jazz Legend Miles Davis nearly died in his lime green Miura when he wrecked it in New York City. Show More Summary
On May 10 in New York and in honor of Frank Sinatra's 100th birthday, a very special event, Sinatra-Thon, will be produced and curated by singer, composer, and producer Cary Hoffman (whose My Sinatra is an award-winning tribute to the...Show More Summary