“I’ve got bigger tits than the broads in here!” quipped the jovial Steve Schirripa.
The Brooklyn-born actor perhaps best known for his role as Bobby Baccalieri on HBO’s The Sopranos had just arrived at the boozy grand-opening party for the newly rebranded Sapphire New York strip club on Monday, April 27, looking very “legitimate businessman” Read More
Last we heard from Michael Imperioli, best known as Tony’s made man nephew on The Sopranos, he was directing Sisters, Such Devoted Sisters at his Off Off Broadway theater. Now he’ll be taking a turn behind the camera to direct his own script, The Hungry Ghosts. He’ll start shooting on May 19 in New Read More
On Monday, Feb. 25, Lorraine Bracco—who around here is still better known as the shrieky wife in GoodFellas than for her role as the shrink with a smoky voice on The Sopranos—threw a launch party for her new line of wines at the Hard Rock Café on Broadway and 43rd Street. No matter Read More
Growing up in the 60’s in Bensonhurst, Brooklyn, Steve Schirripa, best known as The Sopranos’ gentle giant, Bobby “Bacala” Baccalieri, would wake up on Sunday mornings to the smell of meatballs gusting from his mother’s kitchen. He’d watch her prepare for Sunday dinner: stuffing ricotta into pasta shells, carving peppers to fill with provolone cheese, Read More