Mob

“The Sopranos” ended 10 years ago. Did Tony Soprano get whacked? Or did he survive the series finale?
Director: Nathan Bender from 6 Brothers Pictures Cast: Bozzy (Corey Neville ) Sam (Ernie Crowther) and Mob Boss Saretti (Vincenzo
Mr. Corso has not been proven guilty of anything, and it will likely be up to his lawyer and himself to explain away some very nebulous business tactics, but this time around he won't have the benefit of being a highly-placed mob informant.
This covers many words used for money, although there are many more used less often. The exact history of "bucks" used for "money" is uncertain, but the leading theory, which seems likely, is that "bucks" came about as a substitute for money in the 1700s, when deerskins were a common medium of exchange for other items of value.
Jersey Boys has pried open Pandora's box revealing a bit of the mob's considerable influence over the development of rock and roll and the upcoming HBO series on the '70s musical scene, with the involvement of Scorsese and Mick Jagger, should create further interest.
Usually the Mafia is known for pushing daisies — but over in Naples, its apparently pushing poinsettias for the holidays.
If you don't respect the mafia pushing poinsettias, you'll be pushing up daisies. Four Italian gangsters were arrested in
Take a step back and think about what's really going to happen on your wedding day. If you seriously think a bridesmaid is
Fantasy Friday ~ Twelve Down, Thirty-Eight to Go The Truth Hurts Tuesday ~ Bitchless Gone Bad I'm not a mother of the bride
When my uncle Nicodemo Scarfo was in La Tuna federal prison in 1983, he placed me in charge of running the day-to-day operations of our crime family in New Jersey from our headquarters just two and a half blocks from the Boardwalk in Atlantic City.
My uncle told me that in our life, honor and respect meant everything, and that the man he killed was not an honorable man and that's why my uncle had to kill him by stabbing him repeatedly with an icepick. I was 8 years old at the time; this is how I was raised.
Killing Them Softly does a wonderful job of creating a realistic, lived-in world in the post-Katrina wreckage of New Orleans, without a lot of frills or even much music. While it is no fast-paced bulletfest, when the violence comes, it's scary, gory, and brutal, as it should be.
Mark Galeotti, one of the leading experts in transnational organized crime, said it's a familiar tactic above ground and
Influencing a legion of filmmakers the world over, as well as shaping the genre itself, he is only one of many directors
What child won't cherish the memory of a photo of him or herself strapped into an electric chair?
It isn't the size of the crowd, or how it's dressed, or how it wears its hair, or how loud it is, or how disruptive it is. A "mob" is a crowd of people saying something you don't like.
White discusses why the new deal with Fox Sports means so much to him, his worldwide expansion plans for The Ultimate Fighting Championship and how his aggressive personality has helped the company grow to what it is today.