“Celebrating” Frank Sinatra’s 100th Birthday
I’ve always been puzzled how an event marking the day of birth for someone who has long been dead can be called a “celebration.” How perverted is that? What are you celebrating exactly? Birthdays should really only be “celebrations” while the person is STILL ALIVE!
Frank Sinatra was born on December 12th, 1915 – and passed away on May 14th, 1998.
Anyway, the Hoboken Historical Museum is holding a gala event over at the Elks Lodge No. 74 on April 25th, 2015 from 7pm to 11pm (8 months before the 100th anniversary). Tickets for this event are $1.50 for every year (he would have been) alive (which is a hefty $150 for the math-challenged – especially since Frank won’t be able to attend.) The event includes “old school” cocktails, food from Bin 14, and auction items you can pay for including vacations and parking spots.