Donald J. Croatti, 84, of Southborough, died Jan. 11, 2019 at Leonard Morse Hospital in Natick after a battle with cancer. He was the devoted husband of Mary Ann (Alberti) Croatti for the past 64 years. Don was a graduate of Framingham High School, c... Read More
Pizza can be a great divider in New York. In fact, one of the easiest ways to get into argument (without end) is to name a “best pizza in the city.” But at the same time, pizza — specifically the reheated, foldable, portable slice — is one of the cit... Read More
Antonio Bianchini was born in Tripoli, Libya with Italian citizenship. After WWII, he and his family, that included four siblings, moved back to Rome and lived in a refugee camp for nine years. The accommodations included a single room separated by a... Read More
On February 2, the exhibition “Claudio Parmeggiani: Dematerialization” will open in Nashville (TN) at the Frist Art Museum, 919 Broadway, Nashville, TN. It will be the first North American museum exhibition of the renowned Italian contemporary artist... Read More
A city known for its thin-crust pizza could soon have its own deep-dish option as well. Chicago-based pizza chain Giordano’s is seeking approval for a 4,442-square-foot restaurant in Southport Plaza at 7120 Green Bay Road. Acclaimed by many as Chicag... Read More
According to Sporting Kansas City Technical Director and Manager Peter Vermes, 16-year-old Gianluca Busio is not headed anywhere anytime soon. As reported by our own Mike Kuhn (@mikedkuhn) on Twitter and Chad C Smith (@PlayFor90) at thebluetestament.... Read More
The Woodlands just welcomed new destination for Italian fare Sorriso Modern Italian Kitchen headed up by a notable Italian-born chef. The new eatery located in the Westin hotel at 2 Waterway Square Place offers “spectacular” views of The Woodlands Wa... Read More
James Beard Award-winning chef Scott Carsberg has reopened his acclaimed restaurant Bisato at 84 Yesler Way in Pioneer Square. The celebrated veteran of the Seattle food scene has been called a "chef-genius" by the Seattle Times. On the menu, you can... Read More
When it comes to finding a slice of Europe in San Diego, locals commonly look to the city's Little Italy neighborhood. From the traditional cuisine of pizza and pasta to new favorites setting up shop in the area, the neighborhood has its share of old... Read More
by Umberto Mucci
Ciao from Rome, welcome to the #110 magazine of We the Italians! First of all: Merry Chris...
We are in the 1950s, the years after the Second World War, in Sandra, a village near Lake...
In these days is about to end an unusual exhibition hosted at the Scuderie del Quirinale i...
Take a tour of the villas of Rome, plunged into gorgeous gardens and expansive parks, imbu...