Caruso may refer to:
"Caruso" is a song written by Italian singer-songwriter Lucio Dalla in 1986. It is dedicated to Enrico Caruso, an Italian tenor.
The following discography contains information regarding some of the published recordings by Enrico Caruso made from 1902 through 1920 as have been made available in selected compact disc compilations.
Caruso St John is an architectural firm established in 1990 by Adam Caruso and Peter St John. The firm won the RIBA Stirling Prize in 2016 for Newport Street Gallery, which was built to house the private art collection of artist Damien Hirst, after being shortlisted for the prize in 2000 and 2006 for Walsall Art Gallery and Brick House, respectively.
Caruso sauce or salsa Caruso is a warm sauce made of cream, ham, cheese, nuts and mushrooms. It is served with pasta .
Caruso, formerly Caruso Affiliated Holdings, LLC, is one of the largest, privately held real estate companies in the United States. It was founded by Rick J. Caruso in 1987.
Caruso is an Italian surname derived from the Sicilian word for boy. In 19th century Sicily, the Carusi were young mine workers.
Car SOS is a British automotive entertainment television series that airs on National Geographic Channel as well as being repeated on Channel 4 and More4. The series began in 2013, and is presented by Tim Shaw and Fuzz Townshend.The show features Shaw and Townshend working closely with the specialist car restoration team helping to restore owners' classic cars from across the UK and Europe, often beginning in serious state of disrepair.
Caruso Memorial Chapel is named in honor of Marine Sergeant Mathew Caruso, was dedicated by the United States Marine Corps in August 1953. Sergeant Caruso gave his life while protecting the life of his chaplain in action against the enemy.In April 2012, volunteers from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and Marines renovated the chapel.
Caruso is an unincorporated community in Sherman County, Kansas, United States.
A brown dwarf is a type of substellar object that has a mass between those of the heaviest gas giant planets and the least massive stars, i.e., approximately 13 to 75–80 times that of Jupiter , or approximately 2.5×1028 kg to about 1.5×1029 kg. Below this range are the sub-brown dwarfs (sometimes referred to as rogue planets), and above it are the least massive red dwarfs.
The Brown Dog affair was a political controversy about vivisection that raged in England from 1903 until 1910. It involved the infiltration by Swedish feminists of University of London medical lectures; pitched battles between medical students and the police; police protection for the statue of a dog; a libel trial at the Royal Courts of Justice; and the establishment of a Royal Commission to investigate the use of animals in experiments.
The Brown Derby was the name of a chain of restaurants in Los Angeles, California. The first and best known of these was shaped like a man's derby hat, an iconic image that became synonymous with the Golden Age of Hollywood.