where did frank sinatra headline 12/31/1958?

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Answered: When was Frank Sinatra born?

Francis Albert Sinatra (December 12 , 1915 – May 14 , 1998 ) Location: Hoboken, New Jersey Source: Wikipedia

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As the newspaper is supposed to remain unbiased, they put quotation marks around the word that is left up to your interpretation. In this case, the word "evil" is an adjective that is not fact, but an opinion, as odd as that sounds. You are not supposed to guess or infer or know what the opinion of ...

Answered: Email with no sender, no subject, no message and dated 12/31/1969

Hi there: For assistance, please refer to the instructions listed in one of the help articles below (depending if you’re using AOL WebMail or the AOL Desktop software): If you’re using AOL WebMail, please refer to this article: My inbox is missing the Date, Subject, and/or From column. How do ...

Answered: Sone where in your heart

My mother loved Frank Sinatra and we grew up with Frank singing, "Strangers in the night..." My mom loved "blue eyes," and on many a Sunday afternoon we would watch a Frank Sinatra movie on channel 5. A short clip that will take you back in time: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6v7QfCxuvLo ...
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In what movie was frank sinatra's song

It was filmed, but not for a movie. The song was used to frame a CBS news feature about Sinatra's 50th birthday.

Interstate activity in 1958

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How is this for a headline?

In print journalism, it's usually an editor. There is an enormous difference between print journalism (newspapers) and television (visual) journalism. Newspapers don't always come up with good headlines but most responsible journalists do try to avoid the 'if it bleeds, it leads' sensationalistic ...