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News update:  The Nation paysTribute to "ol Blue eyes"  

 Since Sinatra's death late Thursday of a massive heart attack, fans are creating shrines in his memory at spots throughout the nation that will forever be linked with the former Rat Packer.  

 In Los Angeles, fans are leaving flowers at his star on Hollywood's "walk of fame." Black banners have been hung outside Sinatra's old record company, Capitol.  

 And, at his Beverly Hills mansion, the flowers keep arriving, and a constant stream of friends have come to pay their respects to the Sinatra family.  

Sinatra had not visited his  hometown of Hoboken, New Jersey, since 1985, but the  townspeople are mourning his death as if their favorite son never left.  

A bronze star located on the spot where the singer's childhood home once stood has become a shrine since his death was announced. Fans and hometown friends leave flowers, cards and other keepsakes.  

Across the Hudson River  from Sinatra's hometown lies the city that never sleeps.  

He made it there, and everywhere, and the city that never sleeps showed its eternal gratefulness Friday by lighting the Empire State Building in blue, in honor of "Ol' Blue Eyes."  

At the Friars Club, where Sinatra was in charge for two decades,  the flag flew at half-staff. In its lobby, a photo of Sinatra was adorned with a black ribbon.  

 And at Yankee Stadium, before Friday night's game, there was a moment of silence to commemorate Sinatra.  

In Las Vegas The glittering lights along the city's famous strip were dimmed for a minute Friday night in his honor.  

Story adapted from a report from CNN.


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