Steve Schirripa and Laura Schirripa - Keep Memory Alive's 19th Annual "Power Of Love" Gala Honors Andrea & Veronica Bocelli at MGM Grand Garden Arena - Las Vegas, Nevada, United States - Sunday 14th June 2015
Steve Schirripa and Laura Schirripa - Keep Memory Alive's 19th Annual Power Of Love Gala held at the MGM Grand Garden Arena inside MGM Grand Hotel & Casino - Las Vegas, Nevada, United States - Saturday 13th June 2015
The Four Seasons was one of the most adored rock bands of the sixties with its charismatic partnership of four singers led by the infamous Frankie Valli, whose powerful falsetto took the world by storm. But like any chart sensations, they started from the bottom living a difficult life in New Jersey. Despite achieving the fame they so desperately yearned for as young musicians, with success brought a lot of struggles; the band members' relationships became frequently tested, particularly as both fans and producers became interested in bringing Frankie's voice out more and more. Meanwhile, they had their personal lives to worry about with family troubles and problems involving the Mob - but in the end, the successes of tunes such as 'Sherry', 'Big Girls Don't Cry' and 'Walk Like a Man' would make them the one of the most iconic acts of the decade.
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Funeral-goers flock in their masses to pay tribute to the late 'Sopranos' star James Gandolfini at the Cathedral of St. John The Divine in New York City. Among them are his lifelong friends and co-stars including Steve Schirripa, Joe Pantoliano and Tony Sirico.
There's only one day before Boog and Elliott should depart on their guys only trip, but there's one small problem Elliot can't go away and he's been putting off telling the news to his best buddy Boog. When Boog accidentally finds out that Elliot won't be accompanying him, he gets in a mood and decides to take the journey alone. Boog's lone adventure leads him to the circus where he runs into another bear called Doug who is a little scruffier than Boog but the two look incredibly similar. With Boog longing to belong and Doug wishing to be free, the two decide to switch places, but Doug forgets to tell Boog that this isn't a temporary proposal and the circus will be returning to Russia.
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Stu -- or Stuey, if you must -- won three World Series of Poker Championships, a feat which has not been equalled. Stu was also a hardcore drug addict and generally a lousy guy, virtually catatonic in the years leading up to his death. But he was a card player first, unmatched at reading his opponents and incredibly lucky at getting the cards he needed.
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