The Inzerillo-Gambino Mafia clan is a transatlantic Mafia family, based in Palermo and NYC. In the US the Sicilian faction in the Gambino crime family is the core of the group. Frank Cali who is married to Rosaria Inzerrilo was just named the new boss of the Gambino crime family.
When Frank Podlaha lived overseas, he would enjoy coming upon various street musicians. Now, living in the suburbs in East Tennessee and working as a software development consultant, the music fan rarely encounters such performances. So Podlaha, who owns Carp Data Service, created StreetJelly, a website that video streams musicians performing by webcam for tips..
FRANK CALI ~ A powerful Sicilian born capo, he was named the new underboss of the Gambino crime family in 2012. Appointed by new Gambino family boss, Domenico "Italian Dom" Cefalu who is also a Sicilian....
Venice has always been known as a hangout for the creative and the artistic. In the 1950s and 60s, Venice became a center for the Beat generation. There was an explosion of poetry and art. Major participants included Stuart Perkoff, John Thomas, Frank T. Rios, Tony Scibella, Lawrence Lipton, John Haag, Saul White, Robert Farrington and Philomene Long.
Frank Shufelt posted a photo: February 16, 2017 at Cali, Colombia. Manakins are a family (Pipridae) of forest dwelling birds that are found in the warm humid regions Central and South America in a range that extends from Mexico to Argentina. There are about 25 species of Manakin nearly half of which are found in Colombia. The Golden-collared Manakin with its golden beard is an especially beautiful and tiny bird about 10 cm (4 inches) in length. The Golden-collared Manakin is found…
Gambino family historical leadership, bosses and acting bosses. Alfred Manfredi is missing cause i couldn't find his picture. Ignazio Lupo Salvatore D'Aquila Al Manfredi (missing) Frank Scalice Vincent Mangano Albert Anastasia Carlo Gambino Paul Castellano John Gotti Junior Gotti Peter Gotti Arnold Squitieri Nicholas Corozzo Dom Cefalu' Frank Cali
Frank Shufelt posted a photo: February 16, 2017 at Cali, Valle del Cauca, Colombia. I photographed this same species three days earlier on the other side of the Central Andes at San Agustín however without recognizing the species during the first capture. This is the ENDEMIC Apical Flycatcher This flycatcher (Myiarchus apicalis) is about 20 cm (8 inches) in length. The white tipped tail is key to identification.