If this doesn’t give you chills, call your doctor. You need to be checked for a pulse.
This week WLNY’s Toni Senecal heads to Hoboken in search of Sinatra.
The yellowed, text-only 1934 license was issued, typo and all, to Francis Sintra, 841 Garden St., Hoboken, New Jersey.
Hoboken may be a small city, but there’s plenty of things to do in the warm weather and all year long. Just stepped out of the PATH train and have nothing to do? Pick one of these Hoboken highlights.
After a Vanity Fair feature with famous mom, Mia Farrow, sparked rumors that Frank Sinatra is actually the father to Ronan, 25, the young lawyer made a joke about the scandal on social media.
This week WLNY’s Toni Senecal headed across the Hudson River to Hoboken, New Jersey the historic home of Frank Sinatra.
While she was hanging out in Hoboken, Toni stopped by Sinatra’s favorite bakery, snacked on cheese steaks, and sampled some of the best clams that New Jersey has to offer.
Hal David, whose simple, heartfelt lyrics made a perfect fit with Burt Bacharach’s quirky melodies and resulted in dozens of hit songs, including “Do You Know the Way to San Jose” and “Raindrops Keep Fallin’ on My Head,” died Saturday. He was 91.
The East 72nd Street duplex was owned by Frank Sinatra from 1961 until 1972.
“My car is my proudest asset.” – Nicole and her Volkswagen Jetta
For the past two weeks, construction worker Gary Russo has carted his karaoke kit from his home in Queens to sing some Frank Sinatra and Bobby Darin classics during his 30-minute lunch break.
The New York Racing Association is returning to Frank Sinatra’s classic version of “New York, New York” when the horses step onto the track for next Saturday’s $1 million race at Belmont Park
Willie Mays was back where he started his big league career, bringing along the San Francisco Giants’ World Series trophy celebrating the team’s first title since 1954.
Convicted mob boss John “Sonny” Franzese is so old, he knew Frank Sinatra in his heyday but a federal judge decided Friday that Franzese is not so old that he can avoid prison.
Until now, the 3-year-old Hall has honored inductees, including Einstein, Sinatra, and Springsteen, but its exhibition space has been restricted to the Web.