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So the editor calls me into her office the other day. I assume it’s the usual (slamming her fist on the desk and demanding “pictures of Spider-Man”). Instead, she asks me to drive out to Lincoln, R.I., to Trattoria Romana. Some days when life seems c...

The Italian American Review is looking for a review editor for film and digital media. The film and digital media review editor researches potential documentary (not feature) films and websites for assessment, engages potential reviewers, arranges th...

April 30 @ 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm. $25. Baltimore’s Little Italy neighborhood was once home to Jewish immigrants from Germany and Russia. Surprise! The 1850s Gold Rush in California brought some of the earliest immigrants from Italy, who rented rooms from...

Cookeville landed an Italian ceramic supplier's first American operation. Colorobbia USA's new 50,000 square foot distribution and technical assistance laboratory will be Highlands Business Park's second industry, officials announced Tuesday morning....

Do you like wine? How about exclusive wines paired with your favorite pastas, meats, cheeses and more?! Well we have the perfect place for you! This week, we took a trip to Acqua in Vino, the specialty food and wine store homed in Wayland, just a sho...

“Buongiorno” or Good Morning in Italian! Do the names Padroni, Baseggio, Guenzi, Rizzolo, DeSoto and Campanella sound familiar? These are just a few of the familiar family names of Italian immigrants that made their way to Logan County during the pas...

On the 300th anniversary of New Orleans's founding, and as the United States and the world celebrate the city's rich and diverse history, I am reminded of the many links that join the Big Easy to Italy. New Orleans has a unique and impressive Italian...

A downtown pop-up dinner this month was both a collaboration between two local chefs and a return to the spotlight for one of them — Gina Marinelli. About 50 people attended the recent dinner, “One Night, Two Chefs, Three Courses, Fo(u)r a Good Cause...

There’s that giant lemon. Must be 20 feet long, 10 feet high. Wish my navigation system said, “Turn left at the giant lemon.” But she’s sticking to street names—most of which, admittedly, I’m not familiar with. Even as a San Diego native, I haven’t s...

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