|Location||Grand Street and Mulberry Street|
|Proprietor Weakness||Using punches|
|Venue Difficulty||Very easy|
In 1945 Norm Felichelli is forced to pay money to the Corleones.Having the not so prestigious honour of being the smallest business in New York, this Little Italy newstand was owned by Norm Felichelli, who paid protection to the Stracci family. In 1945, to protect his safehouse at Grand Apartments across the street, Aldo Trapani took over Grand News for the Corleones.
It later became useful in helping the Corleones covering up various misdeeds committed by their men.