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In 1938, the singer Frank Sinatra was arrested twice for what the New York Times describes as "sex crimes." First, in late November, he was arrested on charges of seduction, and second, in late December, he was arrested ... More »

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Sinatra.com and Jango.com allow people to access free Frank Sinatra songs online. Sinatra.com provides various videos containing Sinatra’s live performances of entire songs. Jango provides Sinatra’s songs through various... More »

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There is no evidence that Frank Sinatra actually participated in organized crime, but there is plenty of evidence showing that Sinatra has social connections to people who participated in organized crime. Whether this ma... More »

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There is no evidence that Frank Sinatra actually participated in organized crime, but there is plenty of evidence showing that Sinatra has social connections to people who participated in organized crime. Whether this ma... More »

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Dr. Stephen Sinatra is an integrative cardiologist and founder of the New England Heart Center, according to his official biography. Sinatra advocates treating heart disease with conventional treatments and complementary... More »

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Nancy Sinatra’s mother is Nancy Barbato Sinatra, who is also known as Nancy Sinatra, Sr., while her daughter is also known as Nancy Sinatra, Jr. Nancy Barbato was born on Sept. 11, 1917 and was married to Frank Sinatra f... More »

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As of October 2015, Nancy Barbato Sinatra is still living, having celebrated her 98th birthday. She was the first wife of singer Frank Sinatra, whom she married in 1939. Although they divorced in 1951 and Frank later had... More »

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