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Adolfo Bresciano

Height

6 ft 0 in ( m)

Born

August 6, ()

Died

March 11, (aged 43)

Adolfo Bresciano(August 6, – March 11, ) was an Italian-born Canadianprofessional wrestler, best known for his work as Dino Bravo, self-proclaimed as "Canada's Strongest Man".

Professional wrestling career

Territories

Bresciano began wrestling in , taking the "Dino Bravo" moniker from a wrestler from the early s who had teamed with Dominic DeNucci as the Bravo brothers, Dino and Dominic. He was trained by Gino Brito and often worked in a tag team with his mentor, billed as Brito's cousin. Bravo worked in a number of other tag teams, partnering with, among others, "Mr. Wrestling" Tim Woods and DeNucci. Dino's actual height was 5'11" and he weighed in around pounds.

Bravo held the Jim Crockett Promotions version of the NWA World Tag Team Championship with Woods, winning the title from Gene and Ole Anderson and eventually losing the title to the Andersons. Bravo also had a major program with Blackjack Mulligan, pinning Mulligan twice in a televised non-title match to set up a series of matches for Mulligan's United States title. Bravo did not win the U.S. title from Mulligan, but did receive several shots at NWA World Champion Harley Race during his tenure with Crockett.

By the late s, Bravo had become a big enough draw to get a singles push in the Montreal territory. In December , he defeated Gene Kiniski in Toronto to win the new Canadian heavyweight title as recognized in that area

World Wrestling Federation

With Dominic DeNucci, Bravo captured the WWF World Tag Team Title in March from Professor Tanaka and Mr. Fuji. Three months later in June, The Yukon Lumberjacks defeated Bravo and DeNucci for the title.

In the early s, Bravo and King Tonga (later known as Haku) formed a tag team for a brief while, but never got much of a push. Bravo was scheduled to headline a card against Hulk Hogan in , but the match was canceled on short notice, with Bravo leaving the company shortly thereafter; the rumor was that the company did not want the Montreal crowd to cheer Bravo, the hometown hero, over Hogan, and that Bravo quit after finding out. Bravo returned to the WWF the next year, almost immediately dying his brown hair blonde and working as part of Lucious Johnny Valiant'sstable with Greg "The Hammer" Valentine and Brutus Beefcake. Beefcake was kicked out of the stable at WrestleMania III and Bravo took his place in The Dream Team tag team with Valentine.

Bravo returned to singles competition after a few months and began a strongman gimmick. At the Royal Rumble, Bravo (who was legitimately strong and was said to be able to press more than pounds) attempted to bench press what he claimed was pounds, which would have been a world record at the time. Commentator Jesse "The Body" Ventura helped lift the bar at one point, but Bravo played the lift as a success and began billing himself as the "World's Strongest Man." In this gimmick, Bravo feuded with Don Muraco, Ken Patera, Ron Garvin, and Jim Duggan. Bravo yelled "Bah-Ah" every time he got the upper hand on an opponent to get crowd heat.

He played up his Québécois identity wearing the Fleur-de-lis and was managed by Frenchy Martin; who often toted around a sign reading USA is not OK. In March , Bravo lost in the first round of the WWF Championship tournament at WrestleMania IV against Don Muraco. During a rematch at SummerSlam in August, Martin distracted Bravo's opponent Muraco to allow Bravo to get the victory. In October at the King of the Ring, Martin managed Bravo in a win over Jim Duggan in a flag match. At the Royal Rumble in January , Bravo, accompanied by Martin, teamed with The Fabulous Rougeau Brothers (Jacques and Raymond) but lost a two out of three falls match against Jim Duggan and The Hart Foundation (Bret Hart and Jim Neidhart). At WrestleMania V Bravo defeated Rugged Ronnie Garvin.

After Frenchy Martin's departure, Bravo joined Jimmy Hart's stable and often teamed up with Earthquake, and Bresciano would often display his strength by doing push ups while the &#;lb. Earthquake sat on his back (although Tenta kept his feet on the floor, so not all of his weight was on his partner). The team of Earthquake and Bravo would have a lengthy feud with Hulk Hogan and The Ultimate Warrior.

Retirement

Following a WrestleMania VII loss to Kerry Von Erich, he disappeared from WWF TV for several months before having a short run on several Canadian house shows as a babyface in matches against The Mountie. Bresciano left the WWF and retired from active competition following a tour in Europe in April After his retirement, he helped train wrestlers in Montreal.

Death

On March 11, , Bresciano was found shot to death. He was 44 years old. Bresciano was thought to have been shot up to 17 times to the head by a gunman while watching hockey in his Vimont, Laval, Quebec apartment. It is widely believed that his alleged role in illegal cigarette smuggling in Canada led to his murder. Rick Martel has stated in interviews that because of Bresciano's notability from being a popular professional wrestler, he was able to attract many customers (specifically Aboriginals) to switch over to having him as a supplier of illegal cigarettes, thus crossing the mafia. According to various sources, right before his death Bresciano had confided to close friends that he knew his days were numbered. He was a nephew by marriage of Montreal crime boss Vic Cotroni, and was believed by authorities to be involved in his organization for some time. Bresciano's remains are in a mausoleum at Notre Dame des Neiges Cemetery in Montreal, Quebec. He is survived by his wife, Diane Rivest and their daughter.

In wrestling

  • Entrance themes
    • "La Marseillaise" by Claude Joseph Rouget de Lisle (WWF)

Championships and accomplishments

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These are the 35 best books to give as holiday gifts this year

Whether you&#;re shopping for a foodie or a baseball lover, a history buff or someone who just wants to read a juicy memoir, we&#;ve got the title for you.

NONFICTION

Capote's Women

‘Capote&#;s Women: A True Story of Love, Betrayal, and a Swan Song for an Era

By Laurence Leamer (G.P. Putnam&#;s Sons), $28
Truman Capote’s final novel, “Answered Prayers,” was a thinly fictionalized look at a group of wealthy women based on the real-life rich ladies — among them, Lee Radziwill and Gloria Guinness — Capote called his “swans.” When a few chapters were published in Esquire, Capote’s gal pals were incensed, and the book was never published. Leamer gives a fascinating look at the friendship and betrayal, and the great novel that never was.

Bourdain the definitive oral biography

‘Bourdain:The Definitive Oral Biography’

By Laurie Woolever (Ecco), $
Bourdain’s longtime former assistant interviewed around of the late food great’s friends, family and colleagues to craft this richly rounded portrait. It covers both well-trod aspects of Bourdain’s life, such as his years as a middling chef and his tumultuous relationship with actress Asia Argento, while offering up unknown details, including his love of tanning and the aftermath of his first divorce. 

Not All Diamonds and Rose

‘Not All Diamonds and Rose: The Inside Story of The Real Housewives from the People Who Lived It’

By Dave Quinn (Andy Cohen Books), $
This exhaustive oral history features dishy interviews with cast and crew members behind the Bravo phenomenon. Fans will delight to read about how it all got started, which fired housewives are angriest with Andy Cohen — and a shocking, never-before-revealed incident that happened when the New Jersey cast went to Punta Cana. No wonder the book sold out after it was first released.

The Baseball

‘Baseball ’

By Joe Posnanski (Avid Reader Press), $40
Former Sports Illustrated columnist Posnanski looks at the greatest baseball players of all time, from Roberto Clemente to Babe Ruth, in this meaty tome that totals nearly pages. Pulitzer-prize winning commentator George F. Will provides the insightful introduction. 

Where the Deer and the Antelope Play

‘Where the Deer and the Antelope Play: The Pastoral Observations of One Ignorant American Who Loves to Walk Outside’

By Nick Offerman (Dutton), $28
The “Parks and Recreation” star offers an insightful, witty look at his outdoorsy pursuits, which have included hiking with Wilco’s Jeff Tweedy and writer George Saunders, road-tripping with actress wife Megan Mullally and their dog, and chatting with farmer-philosopher Wendell Berry.

The Beatles Get Back

‘The Beatles: Get Back’

By The Beatles (Callaway Arts & Entertainment), $60
This shrink-wrapped beauty begins in and looks at the Liverpool boys’ last year together and the creation of their final album, “Let It Be.” Editor John Harris draws on over hours of sound recordings to create the feeling of being in the studio with the band. Photographs by Ethan A. Russell and Linda Eastman, who would marry Paul McCartney months later, complete the picture. 

The Art of Bob Mackie

‘The Art of Bob Mackie’

By Frank Vlastnik and Laura Ross (Simon & Schuster), $50 
Billed as “the first ever comprehensive and authorized” compilation of the American fashion designer’s work, this stunning tome features 1, photographs and sketches of his show-stopping designs. Adding to the fun is a foreword by Carol Burnett —  whom Mackie designed a curtain-rod dress for her iconic “Went with the Wind” sketch — and an afterword by Mackie muse Cher. 

To Rescue the Republic

‘To Rescue the Republic: Ulysses S. Grant, the Fragile Union, and the Crisis of ’

By Bret Baier with Catherine Whitney (Custom House), $
The Fox News anchor offers up a thoroughly researched account of the Civil War general’s life and work. Baier grippingly portrays the crisis Grant faced at the end of his presidency, when the election produced no clear successor, and the painful compromise that settled it — a historical moment ripe for examination today. 

Slim Aarons Style

‘Slim Aarons Style’

By Shawn Waldron & Kate Betts (Harry N. Abrams), $85 
Slim Aarons described his oeuvre as “attractive people doing attractive things in attractive places,” and that’s on full display in this transporting collection of the late magazine photographer’s work. There are vibrant, stylish images of debutantes, pool parties, European holidays and the equestrian set, plus a foreword by designer Jonathan Adler. 

FICTION

Libertie

‘Libertie: A Novel’

By Kaitlyn Greenidge (HarperCollins), $
This highly imaginative, acclaimed work of historical fiction tells the story of Libertie, a young, dark-skinned black girl growing up in post-Civil War Brooklyn — and in the shadow of her mother, a pioneering doctor whose skin is light enough to pass. Mom wants her daughter to follow in her footsteps, but Libertie has other ideas. The book is inspired by the real life of Dr. Susan Smith McKinney-Steward, one of the first African-American women in the US to graduate from medical school. 

The Lincoln Highway

‘The Lincoln Highway’

By Amor Towles (Viking), $30
The author of the bestseller “A Gentleman in Moscow” has crafted another chart-topper. Set in the s, it follows a young man, Emmett Watson, just released from a juvenile work farm in Nebraska after doing time for manslaughter. Watson plans to head West to California, but when he discovers two friends from the farm have escaped, his plans turn on a dime, and the young men hit the road and head to New York City. 

Apples Never Fall

‘Apples Never Fall’

By Liane Moriarty (Henry Holt and Co.), $
The bestselling author of “Big Little Lies” and “Nine Perfect Strangers” delivers yet more family drama loaded with secrets. This time around, a family matriarch goes missing, leaving her four adult children to question what they thought was their parents’ happy marriage. No surprise, the TV rights have already been snapped up. 

Beautiful World, Where Are You

‘Beautiful World, Where Are You: A Novel’

By Sally Rooney (Farrar, Straus and Giroux), $28
Rooney, a year-old Irish author, is the literary It girl of the moment, and her latest doesn’t disappoint. Like her two previous novels, the focus here is on educated, troubled young people who spend most of their time talking, reading and having sex. It’s at once compulsively readable and thought-provoking. 

Silverview

‘Silverview: A Novel’

By John Le Carre (Viking), $28
The publishing world mourned when le Carre died last December at age Before he passed away, the British espionage writer finished his 26th book and gave the OK for it to be published posthumously. It’s a classic le Carre tale of a bookseller trying to live a quiet life in a small seaside community, until a Polish emigre and a spy chief come to town. 

State of Terror

‘State of Terror’

By Hillary Rodham Clinton and Louise Penny (Simon & Schuster), $30
The former Secretary of State has cowritten a compelling race-against-the-clock thriller about a Secretary of State who must outwit terrorists hellbent on nuking major cities around the world. While it’s a work of fiction, the Secretary of State just happens to be a woman in late middle age and various world leaders in the book amusingly resemble real-life heads of state. 

Harlem Shuffle

‘Harlem Shuffle’

By Colson Whitehead (Doubleday), $
The Pulitzer Prize- and National Book Award-winning author of “The Underground Railroad” returns with another acclaimed bestseller. Set in s Harlem, it tells the story of a furniture-dealing family man struggling to make ends meet while walking the line between an honest living and a life of crime.  

Tokyo Ever After

‘Tokyo Ever After: A Novel’

By Emiko Jean (Flatiron Books), $
This bestselling, Reese Witherspoon-endorsed YA book is all about Izumi “Izzy” Tanaka, a Japanese-American girl being raised by a single mother in a mostly white Northern California town. When Izzy goes to Japan to find the father she never knew, she learns he’s actually the Crown Prince of Japan — and she finds herself caught between two drastically different worlds. 

COOKBOOKS

Black Food

‘Black Food: Stories, Art, and Recipes from Across the African Diaspora’

By Bryant Terry (4 Color Books), $40
Terry — an activist, author, and James Beard Award winner — has put together a visually stunning book sure to educate and inspire. Recipes include Rum Raisin Plantains Foster by “Son of a Southern Chef” Lazarus Lynch and Buttermilk Cornbread Muffins by Harlem restaurateur Alexander Smalls.

Foodheim: A Culinary Adventure

‘Foodheim: A Culinary Adventure’

By Eric Wareheim (Ten Speed Press), $35
Best known for being half of the comedy duo Tim & Eric and his regular role on “Master of None,” Wareheim is also a serious food-lover. His cookbook is more irreverent than more traditional kitchen texts — chapter titles include “Circle Foods” and “Grandma Foods” — but recipes for dishes like pan pizza and a Negroni are still thoughtfully conceived. 

Roberta's: Still Cookin'

‘Roberta’s: Still Cookin’’

By Carlo Mirarchi and Brandon Hoy (Rizzoli), $40
As any pizza lover worth their pepperoni knows, Bushwick’s Roberta’s isn’t just “still cookin&#;”: It’s expanded to multiple locations, has frozen pies in grocery stores, and is as much a brand as it is a restaurant. No surprise then, this glossy, heavily photographed book is suitable for coffee tables as well as kitchen counters. If you’re looking to make Roberta&#;s famed fare yourself, co-owners Mirarchi and Hoy share a range of recipes for everything from bottarga butter to their famous Bee String pizza. 

Cooking At Home

‘Cooking at Home: Or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying About Recipes (And Love My Microwave)’

By David Chang and Priya Krishna (Clarkson Potter), $35
Chang is best known as the mastermind and chef behind the Momofuku restaurant empire, but with a young family home, he writes that he’s been doing a lot of cooking in his own kitchen of late. This new book ditches chef-y precision and instead advises readers to cook from intuition (as opposed to recipes), stop peeling everything and embrace the convenience of the microwave.

Italian American

‘Italian American: Red Sauce Classics and New Essentials’

By Angie Rito and Scott Tacinelli, with Jamie Feldmar (Clarkson Potter), $35
Husband-and-wife duo Rito and Tacinelli share recipes from their Michelin-starred West Village charmer Don Angie and beyond. The recipe for the restaurant’s famous Pinwheel Lasagna is here, but there are also plenty of uniquely delicious, totally doable dishes you won’t find on the regular menu, like orechiette with chickpeas, turmeric and dandelion greens. 

Let's Do Dinner

‘Antoni: Let’s Do Dinner’

By Antoni Porowski (Mariner Books), $30
The “Queer Eye” star has a soulful gaze on the cover of his second cookbook and shares good-looking dishes (as well as more pictures where he looks good) within. The manageable recipes are organized by different types of suppers — be it hearty salads or carb-coma pastas.

Gastro Obscura

‘Gastro Obscura: A Food Adventurer’s Guide’

By Cecily Wong and Dylan Thuras (Workman Publishing Company), $
The travel and magazine company Atlas Obscura has made a name for itself by highlighting unique experiences and places around the world. Co-founder Thuras partnered with writer Wong on this book devoted to global culinary adventures, from the volcanic eggs of the Solomon Islands to an immersive bison ranch in Wyoming. 

Baking with Dorie

‘Baking with Dorie: Sweet, Salty & Simple’

By Dorie Greenspan (Mariner Books), $35
A five-time James Beard Award winner, Greenspan is as sweet as the delicious treats she makes, and her latest release always deserves a spot under the tree. This is her 14th book, and it focuses on simple techniques for achieving complex flavors, with recipes such as miso maple loaf and lemon meringue layer cake. 

MEMOIRS

The Boys

‘The Boys: A Memoir of Hollywood and Family’

By Ron Howard and Clint Howard (William Morrow), $
“Who would have thought Ron Howard could be exciting?” comedian Steve Martin quips in his blurb for this coming-of-age-in-show biz tale. But Martin and others concede that this is a delightful, touching read filled with interesting, refreshingly wholesome anecdotes about a miraculously functional family. 

Going There

‘Going There’

By Katie Couric (Little, Brown and Company), $30
America’s sweetheart tells all in one of the year’s most-talked about memoirs. Couric drops truth bombs about her struggle with an eating disorder. Matt Lauer’s sexual misconduct scandal, Larry King aggressively pursuing her and what she really thinks of Martha Stewart. 

Stronger: Courage, Hope & Humor in My Life with John McCain

‘Stronger: Courage, Hope, and Humor in My Life with John McCain’

By Cindy McCain (Crown Forum), $28
The wife of the late senator sheds light on the legend with this moving memoir. Cindy opens up about her year-marriage to John, raising four children while he served six terms in the Senate, and her battle with opioid addiction. “I&#;m hoping that by talking about it, and writing about it and coming out of it — I&#;ve survived all this stuff in a way — that it might be helpful to people and people might get something from it that might help them in their own lives,” Cindy has said. 

All About Me

‘All About Me!: My Remarkable Life in Show Business’

By Mel Brooks (Ballantine Books), $
At age 95, the EGOT winner has published his first memoir. Brooks writes of growing up in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, in the s, his father’s death when he was just two years old and his time in the military — as well as his year marriage to Anne Bancroft and unique creative partnership with Rob Reiner. “I hope fans of comedy will get a kick out of the stories behind my work, and really enjoy taking this remarkable ride with me,” Brooks has said. 

Taste, My Life Through Food

‘Taste: My Life Through Food’

By Stanley Tucci (Gallery Books), $28
The actor’s CNN culinary show “Searching for Italy” was a delightful hit, but in his memoir, he reveals how he almost lost his ability to enjoy food. Tucci tells of his battle with oral cancer a few years back — including being on a feeding tube for half a year — and how the chemotherapy and radiation he had to undergo made everything he ate taste like wet cardboard for months.

Will

‘Will’

By Will Smith (Penguin Press), $30
As one might expect, the rapper-turned-sitcom star-turned-serious film actor has written an autobiography that’s both inspiring and carefully revealing. Smith writes of being born and raised in West Philadelphia (of course), his complicated relationship with his abusive father, his rise to fame and his always intriguing marriage to Jada Pinkett Smith. Inspirational bits — “Living is the journey from not knowing to knowing. From not understanding to understanding. From confusion to clarity” — are peppered throughout the personal stories.

The Storyteller

‘The Storyteller: Tales of Life and Music’

By Dave Grohl (Dey Street Books), $
In his No. 1 New York Times Bestseller, the acclaimed musician writes of the rock star life and says that it’s “all that it’s cracked up to be and more.” He reflects on his time in Nirvana and Kurt Cobain’s tragic death, and the subsequent formation of the Foo Fighters, along with encounters with a range of notables, from Joan Jett to Madeleine Albright. Known for his good cheer in spite of it all, Grohl doesn’t dig deep or dish dirt, but it’s still a fun ride. 

All In

‘All In: An Autobiography’

By Billie Jean King (Knopf), $30
Before there was Naomi or Serena, there was Billie Jean, fiercely fighting sexism and personal demons with a racquet in hand, while also winning a whopping 39 grand slam titles. Here, she recounts everything from organizing other female players to fight for more equal pay to trouncing chauvinist player Bobby Riggs in the “battle of the sexes”; going public about having had an abortion in the face of scrutiny and coming out as gay in midlife. It’s a much needed refresher course on the life of a groundbreaking icon. 

Year Book

‘Yearbook’

By Seth Rogen (Crown), $28
Rogen, the actor/producer/writer known for “Superbad,” “Knocked Up,” and “Pineapple Express,” has written a small book that’s more a collection of essays and anecdotes than a full-blown memoir. With the sort of schlubby charm he’s known for, Rogen touches on a range of topics, including his grandparents, karate lessons, Jewish summer camp, bar mitzvahs and doing too much acid at Burning Man. 

Ordinary Heroes

‘Ordinary Heroes: A Memoir of 9/11’

By Joseph Pfeifer (Portfolio), $27
Pfeifer, who has the distinction of being the first FDNY Chief at the World Trade Center, offers up a stoic, heartbreaking, detailed account of the tragic day and its aftermath. He recalls locking eyes with his younger brother, a fellow firefighter, for the last time, as the younger man went up the stairs of the north tower and recounts months of rescue and cleanup efforts and overwhelming grief. 

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BRAVO Cucina Italiana

  • Laura King on Google

    (August 3, , pm)

    Really enjoy this restaurant BUT their recent buy one take one lasagne was a HUGE disappointment. The portions were about half their normal size and the quality/taste was not there. What a bait and switch. I will never do that again!

  • Kraig R. Smith on Google

    (July 10, , am)

    Very good bravo. Enjoy stopping here for a pasta and couple buckets of bread. Good service and friendly staff.

  • Christian Calabro on Google

    (July 4, , pm)

    Since reduced menu changes the service and portions seemed to also be reduced but not the menu prices. This was one of my favorite restaurants but this last experience really was less than exciting, minimal service but was no less expensive. I'll skip Bravos for my next special occasion.

  • Jim Randazzo on Google

    (May 29, , pm)

    Great place. The atmosphere is light and lively. I've always enjoyed the lounge area with friendly barkeeps like Tom, who never fails to make people feel comfortable and happy. The food is fantastic, and never disappoints. Located in the heart of the North Hills, one of my favorite restaurants.

  • Jaylyne Martinez on Google

    (May 14, , pm)

    Great food, a bit overpriced. Pasta was cooked perfectly. The wedding soup was a little oily. The tiramisu was too sweet but the cream was light and smooth. It wasn't too busy so it wasn't overly noisy. Overall good service too.

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    Bravo Italian Restaurant

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    By Laurence Leamer (G.P. Putnam&#;s Sons), $28
    Truman Capote’s final novel, “Answered Prayers,” was a thinly fictionalized look at a group of wealthy women based on the real-life rich ladies — among them, Lee Radziwill and Gloria Guinness — Capote called his “swans.” When a few chapters were published in Esquire, Capote’s gal pals were incensed, and the https www suntrust online banking was never published. Leamer gives a fascinating look at the friendship and betrayal, and the great novel that never was.

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    ‘Bourdain:The Definitive Oral Biography’

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    Bourdain’s longtime former assistant interviewed around of the late food great’s friends, family and colleagues to craft this richly rounded portrait. It covers both well-trod aspects of Bourdain’s life, such as his years as a middling chef and his tumultuous relationship with actress Asia Argento, while offering up unknown details, including his love of tanning and the aftermath of his first divorce. 

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    ‘Not All Diamonds and Rose: The Inside Story of The Real Housewives from the People Who Lived It’

    By Dave Quinn (Andy Cohen Books), $
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    Former Sports Illustrated columnist Posnanski looks at the greatest baseball players of all time, from Roberto Clemente to Babe Ruth, in this meaty tome that totals nearly pages. Pulitzer-prize winning commentator George F. Will provides the insightful introduction. 

    Where the Deer and the Antelope Play

    ‘Where the Deer and the Antelope Play: The Pastoral Observations of One Ignorant American Who Loves to Walk Outside’

    By Nick Offerman (Dutton), $28
    The “Parks and Recreation” star offers an insightful, witty look at his outdoorsy pursuits, which have included hiking with Wilco’s Jeff Tweedy and writer George Saunders, road-tripping with actress wife Megan Mullally and their dog, and chatting with farmer-philosopher Wendell Berry.

    The Beatles Get Back

    ‘The Beatles: Get Back’

    By The Beatles (Callaway Arts & Entertainment), $60
    This shrink-wrapped beauty begins bravo italian restaurant fort smith ar and looks at the Liverpool boys’ last year together and the creation of their final album, “Let It Be.” Editor John Harris draws on over hours of sound recordings to create the feeling of being in the studio with the band. Photographs by Ethan A. Russell and Linda Eastman, who would marry Paul McCartney months later, complete the picture. 

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    ‘The Art of Bob Mackie’

    By Frank Vlastnik and Laura Ross (Simon & Schuster), $50 
    Billed as “the first ever comprehensive and authorized” compilation of the American fashion designer’s work, this stunning tome features 1, photographs and sketches of his show-stopping designs. Adding to the fun is a foreword by Carol Burnett —  whom Mackie designed a curtain-rod dress for her iconic “Went with the Wind” sketch — and an afterword by Mackie muse Cher. 

    To Rescue the Republic

    ‘To Rescue the Republic: Ulysses S. Grant, the Fragile Union, and the Crisis of ’

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    Slim Aarons Style

    ‘Slim Aarons Style’

    By Shawn Waldron & Kate Betts (Harry N. Abrams), $85 
    Slim Aarons described his oeuvre as “attractive people doing attractive things in attractive places,” and that’s on full display in this transporting collection of the late magazine photographer’s work. There are vibrant, stylish images of debutantes, pool parties, European holidays and the equestrian set, plus a foreword by designer Jonathan Adler. 

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    Libertie

    ‘Libertie: A Novel’

    By Kaitlyn Greenidge (HarperCollins), $
    This highly imaginative, acclaimed work of historical fiction tells the story of Libertie, a young, dark-skinned black girl growing up in post-Civil War Brooklyn — and in the shadow of her mother, a pioneering doctor whose skin is light enough to pass. Mom wants her daughter to follow in her footsteps, but Libertie has other ideas. The book is inspired by the real life of Dr. Susan Smith McKinney-Steward, one of the first African-American women in the US to graduate from medical school. 

    The Lincoln Highway

    ‘The Lincoln Highway’

    By Amor Towles (Viking), $30
    The author of the bestseller “A Gentleman in Moscow” has crafted another chart-topper. Set in the s, it follows a young man, Emmett Watson, just released from a juvenile work farm in Nebraska after doing time for manslaughter. Watson plans to head West to California, but when he discovers two friends from the farm have escaped, his plans turn on a dime, and the young men hit the road and head to New York City. 

    Apples Never Fall

    ‘Apples Never Fall’

    By Liane Moriarty (Henry Holt and Co.), $
    The bestselling author of “Big Little Lies” and “Nine Perfect Strangers” delivers yet more family drama loaded with secrets. This time around, a family matriarch goes missing, leaving her four adult children to question what they thought was their parents’ happy marriage. No surprise, the TV rights have already been snapped up. 

    Beautiful World, Where Are You

    ‘Beautiful World, Where Are You: A Novel’

    By Sally Rooney (Farrar, Straus and Giroux), $28
    Rooney, a year-old Irish author, is the literary It girl of the moment, and her latest doesn’t disappoint. Like her two previous novels, the focus here is on educated, troubled young people who spend most of their time talking, reading and having sex. It’s at once compulsively readable and thought-provoking. 

    Silverview

    ‘Silverview: A Novel’

    By John Le Carre (Viking), bravo italian restaurant fort smith ar publishing world mourned when le Carre died last December at age Before he passed away, the British espionage writer finished his 26th book and gave the OK for it to be published posthumously. It’s a classic le Carre tale of a bookseller trying to live a quiet life in a small seaside community, until a Polish emigre and a spy chief come to town. 

    State of Terror

    ‘State of Terror’

    By Hillary Rodham Clinton and Louise Penny (Simon first premier financial denver Schuster), $30
    The former Secretary of State has cowritten a compelling race-against-the-clock thriller about a Secretary of State who must outwit terrorists hellbent on nuking major cities around the world. While it’s a work of fiction, the Secretary of State just happens to be a woman in late middle age and various world leaders in the book amusingly resemble real-life heads of state. 

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    ‘Harlem Shuffle’

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    Tokyo Ever After

    ‘Tokyo Ever After: A Novel’

    By Emiko Jean (Flatiron Books), $
    This bestselling, Reese Witherspoon-endorsed YA book is all about Izumi “Izzy” Tanaka, a Japanese-American girl being raised by a single mother in a mostly white Northern California town. When Izzy goes to Japan to find the father she never knew, she learns he’s actually the Crown Prince of Japan — and she finds herself caught between two drastically different worlds. 

    COOKBOOKS

    Black Food

    ‘Black Food: Stories, Art, and Recipes from Across the African Diaspora’

    By Bryant Terry (4 Color Books), $40
    Terry — an activist, author, and James Beard Award winner — has put together a visually stunning book sure to educate and inspire. Recipes include Rum Raisin Plantains Foster by “Son of a Southern Chef” Lazarus Lynch and Buttermilk Cornbread Muffins by Harlem restaurateur Alexander Jos a bank locations width="" height="" src="mynewextsetup.us?quality=90&strip=all&w=" alt="Foodheim: A Culinary Adventure">

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    By Eric Wareheim (Ten Speed Press), $35
    Best known for being half of the comedy duo Tim & Eric and his regular role on “Master of None,” Wareheim is also a serious food-lover. His cookbook is more irreverent than more traditional kitchen texts — chapter titles include “Circle Foods” and “Grandma Foods” — but recipes for dishes like pan pizza and a Negroni are still thoughtfully conceived. 

    Roberta's: Still Cookin'

    ‘Roberta’s: Still Cookin’’

    By Carlo Mirarchi and Brandon Hoy (Rizzoli), $40
    As any pizza lover worth their pepperoni knows, Bushwick’s Roberta’s isn’t just “still cookin&#;”: It’s expanded to multiple locations, has frozen pies in grocery stores, and is as much a brand as it is a restaurant. No surprise then, this glossy, heavily photographed book is suitable for coffee tables as well as kitchen counters. If you’re looking to make Roberta&#;s famed fare yourself, co-owners Mirarchi and Hoy share a range of recipes for everything from bottarga butter to their famous Bee String pizza. 

    Cooking At Home

    ‘Cooking at Home: Or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying About Recipes (And Love My Microwave)’

    By David Chang and Priya Krishna (Clarkson Potter), $35
    Chang is best known as the mastermind and chef behind the Momofuku restaurant empire, but with a young family home, he writes that he’s been doing a lot of cooking in his own kitchen of late. This new book ditches chef-y precision and instead advises readers to cook from intuition (as opposed to recipes), stop peeling everything and embrace the convenience of the microwave.

    Italian American

    ‘Italian American: Red Sauce Classics and New Essentials’

    By Angie Rito and Scott Tacinelli, with Jamie Feldmar (Clarkson Potter), $35
    Husband-and-wife duo Rito and Tacinelli share recipes from their Michelin-starred West Village charmer Don Angie and beyond. The recipe for the restaurant’s famous Pinwheel Lasagna is here, but there are also plenty of uniquely delicious, totally doable dishes you won’t find on the regular menu, bravo italian restaurant fort smith ar orechiette with chickpeas, turmeric and dandelion greens. 

    Let's Do Dinner

    ‘Antoni: Let’s Do Dinner’

    By Antoni Porowski (Mariner Books), $30
    The “Queer Eye” star has a soulful customer service number for keybank on the cover of his second cookbook and shares good-looking dishes (as well as more pictures where he looks good) within. The manageable recipes are organized by different types of suppers — be it hearty salads or carb-coma pastas.

    Gastro Obscura

    ‘Gastro Obscura: A Food Adventurer’s Guide’

    By Cecily Wong and Dylan Thuras (Workman Publishing Company), $
    The travel and magazine company Atlas Obscura has made a name for itself by highlighting unique experiences and places around the world. Co-founder Thuras partnered with writer Wong on this book devoted to global culinary adventures, from the volcanic eggs of the Solomon Islands to an immersive bison ranch in Wyoming. 

    Baking with Dorie

    ‘Baking with Dorie: Sweet, Salty & Simple’

    By Dorie Greenspan (Mariner Books), $35
    A five-time James Beard Award winner, Greenspan is as sweet as the delicious treats she makes, and her latest release always deserves a spot under the tree. This is her 14th book, and it focuses on simple techniques for achieving complex flavors, with recipes such as miso maple loaf and lemon meringue layer cake. 

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    The Boys

    ‘The Boys: A Memoir of Hollywood and Family’

    By Ron Howard and Clint Howard (William Morrow), $
    “Who would have thought Ron Howard could be exciting?” comedian Steve Martin quips in his blurb for this coming-of-age-in-show biz tale. But Martin and others concede that this is a delightful, touching read filled with interesting, refreshingly wholesome anecdotes about a miraculously functional family. 

    Going There

    ‘Going There’

    By Katie Couric (Little, Brown and Company), $30
    America’s sweetheart tells all in one of the year’s most-talked about memoirs. Couric drops truth bombs about her struggle with an eating disorder. Matt Lauer’s sexual misconduct scandal, Larry King aggressively pursuing her and what she really thinks of Martha Stewart. 

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    ‘Stronger: Courage, Hope, and Humor in My Life with John McCain’

    By Cindy McCain (Crown Forum), $28
    The wife of the late senator sheds light on the legend with this moving memoir. Cindy opens up about her year-marriage to John, raising four children while he served six terms in the Senate, and her battle with opioid addiction. “I&#;m hoping that by talking about it, and writing about it and coming out of it — I&#;ve survived all this stuff in a way — that it might be helpful to people and people might get something from it that might help them in their own lives,” Cindy has said. 

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    By Mel Brooks (Ballantine Books), $
    At age 95, the EGOT winner has published his first memoir. Brooks writes of growing up first federal savings bank indiana Williamsburg, Brooklyn, in the s, his father’s death when he was just two years old and his time in the military — as well as his year marriage to Anne Bancroft and unique creative partnership with Rob Reiner. “I hope fans of comedy will get a kick out of the stories behind my work, and really enjoy taking this remarkable ride with me,” Brooks has said. 

    Taste, My Life Through Food

    ‘Taste: My Life Through Food’

    By Stanley Tucci (Gallery Books), $28
    The actor’s CNN culinary show “Searching for Italy” was a delightful hit, but in his memoir, he reveals how he almost lost his ability to enjoy food. Tucci tells of his battle with oral cancer a few years back — including being on a feeding tube for half a year — and how the chemotherapy and radiation he had to undergo made everything he ate taste like wet cardboard for months.

    Will

    ‘Will’

    By Will Smith (Penguin Press), $30
    As one might expect, the rapper-turned-sitcom star-turned-serious film actor has written an autobiography that’s both inspiring and carefully revealing. Smith writes of being born and raised in West Philadelphia (of course), his complicated relationship with his abusive father, his rise to fame and his always intriguing marriage to Jada Pinkett Smith. Inspirational bits — “Living is the journey from not knowing to knowing. From not understanding to understanding. From confusion to clarity” — are peppered throughout the personal stories.

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    In his No. 1 New York Times Bestseller, the acclaimed musician writes of the rock star life and says that it’s “all that it’s cracked up to be and more.” He reflects on his time in Nirvana and Kurt Cobain’s tragic death, and the subsequent formation of the Foo Fighters, along with encounters with a range of notables, from Joan Jett to Madeleine Albright. Known for his good cheer in spite of it all, Grohl doesn’t dig deep or dish dirt, but it’s still a fun ride. 

    All In

    ‘All In: An Autobiography’

    By Billie Jean King (Knopf), $30
    Before there was Naomi or Serena, there was Billie Jean, fiercely fighting sexism and personal demons with a racquet in hand, while also winning a whopping 39 grand slam titles. Here, she recounts everything from organizing other female players to fight for more equal pay to trouncing chauvinist player Bobby Riggs in the “battle of the sexes”; going public about having had an abortion in the face of scrutiny and coming out as gay in midlife. It’s a much needed refresher course on the life of a groundbreaking icon. 

    Year Book

    ‘Yearbook’

    By Seth Rogen (Crown), $28
    Rogen, the actor/producer/writer known for “Superbad,” “Knocked Up,” and “Pineapple Express,” has written a small book that’s more a collection of essays and anecdotes than a full-blown memoir. With the sort of schlubby charm he’s known for, Rogen touches on a range of topics, including his grandparents, karate lessons, Jewish summer camp, bar mitzvahs and doing too much acid at Burning Man. 

    Ordinary Heroes

    ‘Ordinary Heroes: A Memoir of 9/11’

    By Joseph Pfeifer (Portfolio), $27
    Pfeifer, who has the distinction of being the first FDNY Chief at the World Trade Center, offers up a stoic, heartbreaking, detailed account of the tragic day and its aftermath. He recalls locking eyes with his younger brother, a fellow firefighter, for the last time, as the younger man went up the stairs of the north tower and recounts months of rescue and cleanup efforts and overwhelming grief. 

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    PITTSBURGH — Construction workers on the Pennsylvania Petrochemical Complex, known as the Shell Cracker Plant, in the western part of the state are claiming they did not receive overtime pay.

    Daniel Davidson, on behalf of himself and all others similarly situated, filed a complaint Nov. 2 in the Court of Common Pleas of Allegheny County against Brand Industrial Services Inc., BrandSafway Industries and others alleging violation of the Pennsylvania Minimum Wage Act.

    Davidson alleges in his complaint that he was working for the defendants, who were contracted by Shell Oil for construction of the Pennsylvania Petrochemical Complex between August and June ofas a carpenter. He alleges that he and other workers continue to work for the defendants in excess of 40 hours per week without receiving overtime pay.

    Davidson further alleges that the defendants also ran a &#;scheme&#; in which they failed to pay workers for &#;compensable work activities&#; that they performed after clocking out such as traveling from the time clock location to the bus, waiting for the bus and the bus ride back to the employee parking lot. He claims the defendants&#; failure to pay overtime compensation is in violation of the Pennsylvania Minimum Wage Act.

    The plaintiffs are represented by Joseph Passs, of Jubelirer, Pass & Intrieri PC in Pittsburgh.

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