1970s (5)

9237090082?profile=originalBy Robert Sberna - www.robertsberna.com

On January 31, 2017, Frank Pellegrino, Sr., the owner of Rao’s, passed away. Pellegrino, who had a recurring role in The Sopranos TV show, was as iconic as his legendary New York restaurant. Since its founding

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9237068496?profile=originalBy Gangsters Inc. Editors

Frank Pellegrino Sr. passed away on Tuesday at age 72. He had been diagnosed with cancer last year. Pellegrino Sr. is best known among the general public for his role as FBI Bureau Chief Frank Cubitoso on HBO’s The Sopranos

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9237066897?profile=originalBy Thom L. Jones

When you mention Rao’s to someone, you can see their eyes light up. Probably they’ve never been there-you can’t get in the place-but they’ve heard about it: the location, the ambience, the mystique, all those stories. You can only im

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9237057482?profile=originalBy David Amoruso

Trafficante family mobster Cesar Augustus Rodriguez passed away March 12 at the ripe old age of 85. Known as a bar owner and gambler, his main claim to mob fame came in the 1970s when he was involved in a violent war over territory b

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9237028899?profile=originalBy Christian Cipollini

On February 6, 1975, a near collision between Chester Wheeler Campbell’s Oldsmobile and an on-duty Keego Harbor patrolman’s car would crack open the unbelievable tale of the era’s most dangerous enforcer to the drug lords and m

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