Cent’Anni: The Sinatra Legend at 100

The Sinatra Legend at 100

Book Presentation by Richard Muti

Thursday, June 30th, 6:30 P.M.

Light refreshments will be served
Please join us at the Italian American Museum on Thursday evening, June 30th. Author Richard Muti will present his book entitled, “Cent'Anni: The Sinatra Legend at 100”. The book offers a comprehensive look at Frank Sinatra, perhaps the most acclaimed entertainer of the 20th century and a man whose personal demons often threatened to overtake the better angels of his nature.

This fascinating new Sinatra biography has been named an Award Finalist in the USA Book News Best Book competition and was selected by the New Jersey State Library and produced as an audio book for the blind and reading impaired, not just in New Jersey but across the country. Former NJ Governor Jim Florio has this to say: “Richard Muti has thoroughly captured Frank Sinatra's complex nature – a mix of dogged determination, incomparable artistry, boundless generosity, and outright thuggishness,” adding that Muti's book “ranks among the best biographies of New Jersey's most illustrious son.”

About the Author:

Richard Muti is a graduate of the United States Naval Academy, Harvard Business School and Rutgers Law School. He is a former Navy pilot, a former assistant Bergen County prosecutor and a former mayor of his hometown, Ramsey, New Jersey, where his family has lived since 1911. He also served on the Ramsey Board of Education for six years and has taught American government and politics, history, criminal justice and writing at three New Jersey universities. Richard continues to reside in Ramsey, NJ, with wife Lorraine and their golden retriever, Miss Moneypenny.

Thursday, June 30th, 6:30 P.M.

Italian American Museum
155 Mulberry Street
(Corner of Grand and Mulberry Streets)
New York, NY 10013

Suggested donation of $10 per person

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