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Iavarone Bros.: Have Lunch With Family

Iavarone Bros.: Have Lunch With Family

Iavarone Bros. isn't your average deli, ranging in different meats, cheese and seafood, this family owned deli brings Italian flavor down the block from your home. Located in Maspeth, Iavarone Bros. prides themselves on their customer loyalty, people come in and are automatically greeted by the butchers by name. The shop gives you a feeling of welcoming friendships and great food.   From...

Grimaldi's Ristorante in East Syracuse: An Italian Feast

Grimaldi's Ristorante in East Syracuse: An Italian Feast

By Jane Marmaduke   The Syracuse area has more than its share of Italian restaurants, some of which have had a loyal following for many years. Grimaldi's, in East Syracuse, is one of those. Located near the hotels around Carrier Circle, the restaurant also attracts plenty of guests from out of town.   Even on a weeknight, the restaurant was full by 7:30. Fortunately,...

Tutti gli uomini della Liac

Tutti gli uomini della Liac

Domenica scorsa lo United Soccer Stars, società affiliata alla Liac, ha celebrato il suo 12º dinner dance, quando mancano ancora sei settimane all'evento cruciale della stagione agonistica: il Torneo di Viareggio. Al contrario delle precedenti edizioni, quest'anno la Coppa Carnevale (si disputa tradizionalmente a febbraio) si tiene dal 14 al 30 marzo.   Va da sè quindi che Franco Spatola, selezionatore della...

Part 2 – Carroll Gardens – I Know Where Your Marys Go!

Part 2 – Carroll Gardens – I Know Where Your Marys Go!

by Antonia Ferraro   Last we spoke on the topic of front yard religious statuary, I posited the question to Carroll Gardens, Where Will All Your Marys Go? I won't lie. I had a great time writing that piece. I thoroughly enjoyed chatting with both Monsignor Massie and St. Stephen's Pastoral Associate, John Heyer II. Msgr. Massie helped me to think of...

Fortina opening Downtown Brooklyn location

Fortina opening Downtown Brooklyn location

Acadia Realty Trust and Washington Square Partners, co-developers of City Point, announced that Fortina, the brainchild of chef Christian Petroni, has signed a 15-year, 4,612-s/f lease to bring "straight forward Italian food" to the 1.8 million-square-foot destination in Downtown Brooklyn. Slated to open in the Fall of 2016, Fortina will be housed alongside DeKalb Market Hall.   Fortina, with locations in Rye and...

Festival of Song USA 2016 names Tannenbaum Helpern’s Maryann Stallone “Woman of …

Festival of Song USA 2016 names Tannenbaum Helpern’s Maryann Stallone “Woman of the Year”

Tannenbaum Helpern is proud to announce that Festival of Song USA named Maryann Stallone, a partner in the firm's Litigation and Dispute Resolution practice, "Woman of the Year" at its 21st annual gala on January 31st. Drawing hundreds of attendees to its annual event, Festival of Song USA keeps the arts and the Italian culture alive through music, dance, and food...

Due storie americane a New York

Due storie americane a New York

di Giada Gramanzini   Entrambi nati a Reggio Emilia. Entrambi diplomati al liceo classico e trasferitisi a Milano per frequentare l'Istituto Europeo di Design. Entrambi hanno iniziato a lavorare in Italia per Il Sole 24 Ore, per poi iniziare una collaborazione duratura con il New York Times e altre grandi testate giornalistiche statunitensi.   Sono Emilano Ponzi e Olimpia Zagnoli, i protagonisti della mostra...

Imparare l'italiano disegnando l'auto dei propri sogni: studenti americani visit…

Imparare l'italiano disegnando l'auto dei propri sogni: studenti americani visitano lo showroom della Ferrari a Manhattan

La casa automobilistica di vetture sportive Ferrari ospita alcune lezioni di italiano, in collaborazione con l'Italian American Committee on Education (IACE). Allievi delle scuole medie superiori che studiano l'italiano in una delle scuole sostenute dallo IACE nei tre stati di New York, New Jersey e Connecticut avranno l'opportunità di imparare che l'Italia è eccellente non solo nei settori del cibo,...

Il Volo treats audience to evening of melodic bliss

Il Volo treats audience to evening of melodic bliss

by Matt Chandler   Their third studio album, "L'amore si muove," has reached No. 1 on the Italian charts and they have appearances on "American Idol" and "Entourage" to their credit. Still, the easy-on-the-eyes – and ears – Italian trio collectively known as Il Volo is far from a household name in the United States. That didn't stop a lively crowd from filling...

Screening: IF ONLY I WERE THAT WARRIOR

Screening: IF ONLY I WERE THAT WARRIOR

FEBRUARY 11, 2016 - 06:00 PM - Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimò - 24 West 12th Street - New York, NY 10011. In collaboration with Primo Levi Center and the NYU Department of Italian Studies: If Only I Were That Warrior (2015, Documentary, 72 min.). In ENGLISH. Written and directed by Valerio Ciriaci. Produced by Isaak Liptzin   If Only I Were That Warrior is a feature documentary film focusing...

Passing of Father Vinci

Passing of Father Vinci

We regret to announce the passing of Father Terzo Vinci. Father Vinci was the Pastor of Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church in Yonkers 1986 to 2016 and formerly Pastor of Our Lady of Mount Carmel Pontifical Shrine Church–East Harlem...1975 to 1986 as well as Associate Pastor 1965 to 1969..Every Summer Father Vinci would return to East Harlem for the Our Lady of Mount...

Nozzolio needs heart surgery, won't seek another term

Nozzolio needs heart surgery, won't seek another term

by Jim Miller   State Sen. Michael Nozzolio says he will not seek re-election this fall because he needs heart surgery. Nozzolio, R-54 of Fayette, has held office for more than 30 years. His departure at year's end will represent a political earthquake for the region. Nozzolio announced his decision this morning.   He said a cardiologist has been closely watching him since his brother died...

Cinema & Theater. Italytime torna sul palcoscenico con "Dinner Rush…

Cinema & Theater. Italytime torna sul palcoscenico con "Dinner Rush"

Italytime torna sul palcoscenico con uno dei suoi originali progetti, CINEMA & THEATER, questa volta in coabitazione con l'importante ed esclusivo John D. Calandra Italian American Institute, Queens College, Cuny. Invitato proprio dal Calandra, il 9 febbraio il regista Bob Giraldi sarà presente alla proiezione di "Dinner Rush", pellicola che ha visto le sale nel 2000 e nel cui cast annovera...

Book Presentation: THE GUARDIAN OF MERCY

Book Presentation: THE GUARDIAN OF MERCY

FEBRUARY 08, 2016. 06:00 PM. Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimò - 24 West 12th Street - New York, NY 10011. The Guardian of Mercy. How an Extraordinary Painting by Caravaggio Changed an Ordinary Life Today (2016, Arcade Publishing) by Terence Ward. Introduced by Stefano Albertini (NYU) and Pellegrino D'Acierno (Hofstra University)   Now celebrated as one of the great painters of the Renaissance, Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio fled Rome in 1606 to escape...

New York Opera WOMEN: THE WAR WITHIN Sets Stage for Italian Actor Gianlorenzo Al…

New York Opera WOMEN: THE WAR WITHIN Sets Stage for Italian Actor Gianlorenzo Albertini's Rise to Stardom

Actor Gianlorenzo Albertini caught the eye of director Paul Warner while studying at the acclaimed New York Film Academy. Warner, a teacher at the Academy and a resident artist at the famed Baryshnikov Arts Center was the director of a new multi-disciplinary dance theater-opera, Women: The War Within.   Warner brought Gianlorenzo Albertini in for an audition, which is when he the...

Angela Dea (Rosati) Giansante -- July 22, 1925 - Jan. 31, 2016

Angela Dea (Rosati) Giansante -- July 22, 1925 - Jan. 31, 2016

Angela Dea (Rosati) Giansante, 90, of Lockport passed away peacefully on January 31, 2016, surrounded by her loving family. She was born in Roccamorice, Italy, on July 22, 1925, to Corradino and Maria (DiPronio) Rosati. Her mother died when she was 9, and Angela became a loving caregiver to two younger siblings.   Her father moved the family from Italy to Lockport where...

The Best Old-School Red Sauce Italian Joints in NYC

The Best Old-School Red Sauce Italian Joints in NYC

by Christine Fischer With Italian restaurants a dime a dozen in NYC, it's hard to know where to find the stuff grandma would approve of -- we're talking lasagna, veal Parm, and manicotti (or "manicot," as grandma might say).   When you're craving the sauciest, cheesiest, most colossal plate of Italian-American food you've ever eaten, there is only one answer: an old-school red...

Over State Line in PoCho, Alba’s Classic Northern Italian Specialties Have Stayi…

Over State Line in PoCho, Alba’s Classic Northern Italian Specialties Have Staying Power and a Loyal Following

By Karen Sheer   It's clear that Alba's is serving a concept, not a trend. The trajectory of its owner has been on the rise from the beginning. "We are dedicated to serving Italian cuisine – It must be served fresh, simple and prepared with respect," said Ray Balidemaj, Alba's owner.   Trendy restaurants have made their way into the fabric of the gastronomic scene...

How I lost nearly 100 pounds eating pizza

How I lost nearly 100 pounds eating pizza

By Claudine Ko   When it comes to the never-ending quest to slim down, we've all heard about the success of the Atkins diet and eating Paleo. But one New York City chef used a far more revolutionary method to lose an astounding 94 pounds: the Pizza Diet.   Naples, Italy, native Pasquale Cozzolino, 38, moved to New York in 2011 to work at...

NYC Food Truck Lunch: Italian Feast From Li-Sal’s Italian Kitchen

NYC Food Truck Lunch: Italian Feast From Li-Sal’s Italian Kitchen

In the winter, you really need food that "sticks to your ribs", and it doesn't get any "stickier" than Li-Sal's Italian Kitchen. We had this lunch on Wednesday, and are still kind of full from it two days later. Li-Sal's Italian Kitchen is from Arthur Ave in the Bronx, a heavily Italian area known for its top-notch food stores and restaurants....

Ferragamo mixes high fashion with hide-and-seek to advertise spring season

Ferragamo mixes high fashion with hide-and-seek to advertise spring season

By Sarah Jones   Italian fashion label  is pursuing the finer things in life through a vivacious spring/summer 2016 advertising campaign. "Lo Splendore Della Vita," or "The Splendor of Life," is based on the eponymous brand founder's idea that beauty is limitless and a drive for perfection never ceases.   Beyond promoting the brand's latest apparel and accessories, this campaign seeks to inspire consumers by...

Catered Italian St. Joseph Table Feast set for March 13 at Ascension Parish, Bat…

Catered Italian St. Joseph Table Feast set for March 13 at Ascension Parish, Batavia

A traditional Italian feast catered by Bing's Restaurant, of Amherst, will be available for a St. Joseph Table event at Ascension Parish beginning at 3 p.m. on Sunday, March 13. Proceeds will aid ministry and outreach to area veterans, elderly and youth in the City of Batavia. Space is limited to 250!   Cost is $25 per person if you buy tickets...

Da Niuiòrc a New York e ritorno

Da Niuiòrc a New York e ritorno

di Dodi Gatto   Niuiòrc Niuiòrc ritorna a New York. Sembra uno scioglilingua e invece è una promessa: In Scena! Winter riporta a Manhattan due spettacoli delle prime edizioni del Festival di Teatro Italiano esteso ai cinque distretti della città.   Fra questi il diario di viaggio di Francesco Foti, presentato nel 2013 alla Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimò con grande successo di pubblico e di...

Chef Christian Petroni to bring renowned Italian restaurant to Downtown Brooklyn

Chef Christian Petroni to bring renowned Italian restaurant to Downtown Brooklyn

by Melonie Messina Acadia Realty Trust and Washington Square Partners, co-developers of City Point, announced that Fortina, the Italian restaurant of chef, Christian Petroni, signed a 15-year, 4,612-sq. ft. lease, at the 1.8 million-sq. ft. mixed-use project in Downtown Brooklyn, New York.   Fortina will be located within the 60,000-sq. ft. concourse-level space that will also house DeKalb Market Hall (30,000-sq. ft.) and...

IAWA’s Open Reading Series – Saturday, February 13, 2016 – Open Mic plus Feature…

IAWA’s Open Reading Series – Saturday, February 13, 2016 – Open Mic plus Features Chiara Montalto Giannini & Frank Polizzi

The Italian American Writers Association will celebrate its 25th Anniversary in 2016. Since 1991, IAWA has given voice to writers through its literary series every second Saturday of the months.   Readings begin with an Open Mic: IAWA-East is held even months at Sidewalk Café and IAWA-West continues at Cornelia Street Café on odd months. Visit and join us at iawa.net   Read more   Source: http://iawa.net/  

Italian Jeweler Bulgari Moving Offices South Along Madison Avenue

Italian Jeweler Bulgari Moving Offices South Along Madison Avenue

by Liam La Guerre Bulgari has signed a 23,167-square-foot lease to relocate its offices to 555 Madison Avenue, also known as The Coates Building. The high-end Italian jeweler will occupy the entire ninth floor of the property between East 56th and East 55th Streets as a result of the 15-year lease, according to a press release from Cushman & Wakefield.   Bulgari is moving...

Italian Nude for $30.5 Million at Sotheby's

Italian Nude for $30.5 Million at Sotheby's

by Katya Kazakina   A sumptuous painting by the 17th century Italian artist Orazio Gentileschi, showing a young nude woman about to be showered with gold, sold to the J. Paul Getty Museum for $30.5 million at Sotheby's in New York.   The price for "Danae," which was commissioned in 1621 and recently hung at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, set an...

Children Can Learn Italian Culture At Mahopac Club

Children Can Learn Italian Culture At Mahopac Club

by Ken Davis   The Italian American Club of Mahopac is offering children ages 2 -13 the opportunity to learn all about Italian culture. Classes will focus on different themes and immerse children into the Italian language and culture through hands-on activities, speaking, reading and writing.   Classes will be taught by a New York State -certified Italian teacher and will begin Saturday, March 5. Click...

BMCC's Italian Program Enrollment is Among the Largest in the Nation

BMCC's Italian Program Enrollment is Among the Largest in the Nation

Professor Tom Means of the Borough of Manhattan Community College (BMCC/CUNY) Modern Languages Department recently discovered that the BMCC Italian program, in which enrollment has quadrupled since 2000, is the largest Italian program among community colleges, nationwide. Professor Means has also just published an article examining language learning, in Italica, a top peer-reviewed journal in the field of Italian Studies.   "The...

Workwear/Abiti da lavoro

Workwear/Abiti da lavoro

Date: Friday, February 05, 2016 - Monday, April 18, 2016 Venue: Sheila C. Johnson Design Center Anna-Maria and Stephen Kellen Gallery 66 Fifth Avenue at 13th Street Organized by: Parson/ The New School In collaboration with: the Milano Triennale In an age where jobs are in short supply and workers are rendered invisible, overalls and work clothes have turned into a fashion genre. Curated...

Lecture: Visualizing love in the Renaissance

Lecture: Visualizing love in the Renaissance

FEBRUARY 04, 2016. 06:30 PM. Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimò 24 - West 12th Street - New York, NY 10011. In collaboration with Save Venice. A lecture by Dr. Sonia Evers (Save Venice Board Member and Project Committee Member) This event is free and open to the general public. However, Casa Italiana Members may RSVP, by clicking HERE.   Many of the most famous Renaissance works of art were made...

Antonio Monda: rischiare e aprirsi a nuovi orizzonti.

Antonio Monda: rischiare e aprirsi a nuovi orizzonti.

Nella cornice culturale Newyorkese, l'Italia rappresenta un focolare importante. Gli italiani hanno contribuito tantissimo allo sviluppo e all'ascesa di New York City e uno dei motivi del loro successo è stato, anche, l'attaccamento alla propria cultura, alla propria identità. Ecco perché la cosa fondamentale quando si ha l'onore di avere un forte background culturale è sempre una: conservarlo.   A conservare e...

Longtime Schenectady restaurateur Mamma Rosa Ferrari dies

Longtime Schenectady restaurateur Mamma Rosa Ferrari dies

By Haley Viccaro   For Mamma Rosa Ferrari, God, family and work were the three most important things in life. Rosa Ferrari, more commonly known as "Mamma," always wanted the Ferrari family to live together and work together. Her dream came true with Ferrari's Ristorante in Schenectady.   "Everybody called her Mamma," her son Joe said on Tuesday. "Everybody looked at her as being their...

Italian-American luncheons build community

Italian-American luncheons build community

by Justin Fanizzi   Sharing a sense of community is important to the Italian American Community Center of the Greater Rochester Area. That's one reason the center, located in Gates, enjoys hosting its luncheon for members — and for the public.   The IACC Luncheon, currently in its eighth year, aims to provide delicious food and good company, featuring a taste of Italian culture, and...

Park Slope Gelateria 'L'Albero dei Gelati' Plans New Crown Heights Location

Park Slope Gelateria 'L'Albero dei Gelati' Plans New Crown Heights Location

By Rachel Holliday Smith   A specialty gelato and dessert shop from Italy by way of Park Slope is planning its second Brooklyn location in Crown Heights inside a former doughnut shop on Bergen Street, owners told DNAinfo New York. L'Albero dei Gelati, currently in business on Fifth Avenue and Fourth Street across from the J.J. Byrne Playground, is looking to open another...

The Costa Smeralda Landing in New York

The Costa Smeralda Landing in New York

Starwood Costa Smeralda is planning to open a luxury restaurant in New York within 2016, that will contribute in promoting traditional culture and food of Sardinia. After launching the initiative Taste of Sardinia promoted in the UK, France and Qatar, the exclusive company geared by Qatar sheik's, is now ready to conquer the US with the Cala di Volpe Costa Smeralda.   "It's...

Lucia Grillo: acting is the quintessence of the human being

Lucia Grillo: acting is the quintessence of the human being

Born in New York, but with Italian blood flowing through her veins, originally from Francavilla Angitola in Calabria, Lucia Grillo is a fireball of energy within a witty, creative mind. She's an actress, screenwriter, an award winning director (her shorts "A pena do pana" and "Ad Ipponion" won some festivals), a producer and excellent TV host.   She loves her work and...

A Caravaggesque masterpiece with a long Italian history goes on the block (again…

A Caravaggesque masterpiece with a long Italian history goes on the block (again) in New York

by Morina Mojana   When in 1989 I issued the first monograph (to this day the only one) on Valentin de Boulogne (1594-1632) -- the French Caravaggesque painter who was one of the best followers of the Italian master's style -- his painting "Christ mocked and crowned with thorns" had been acquired by art dealer Giacomo Algranti and was part of a...

Giorno della Memoria: Book Presentation of L'ECLISSE DELL'ANTIFASCISMO

Giorno della Memoria: Book Presentation of L'ECLISSE DELL'ANTIFASCISMO

FEBRUARY 01, 2016. 06:00 PM. Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimò - 24 West 12th Street- New York, NY 10011. Giorno della Memoria in New York is a collaborative initiative of the Consulate General of Italy with Centro Primo Levi, the Italian Cultural Institute, NYU Casa Italiana Zerilli Marimò, the Italian Academy at Columbia University, CUNY's John Calandra Italian American Institute. Educational events are also held...

CFDA Program Pairs U.S. Designers with Italian Artisans

CFDA Program Pairs U.S. Designers with Italian Artisans

By Kristen Heinzinger   What's bringing designers Gigi Burris and Ryan Roche, the CFDA, and Italian artisans together? The designers have been tapped to experience Italian craftsmanship at its purest as part of The Fabric Program, a partnership between textile trade fair Milano Unica and the CFDA.   The initiative will give the two firsthand experience working with Italy's production mills with hopes to...

NicAngelo's: New family-style Italian restaurant enters arena

NicAngelo's: New family-style Italian restaurant enters arena

By Pamela Silvestri   Restaurateur Nick Colangelo of NicAngelo's Family Style Italian in Richmond Valley hopes Winter Storm Jonas just blows out to sea. "Saturday night is my best night," said Colangelo, adding, "Hey, Saturday night iseveryone's best night."   Actually since NicAngelo's quiet opening in November, weekends turn up a nice showing among patrons. "The reviews have been great — actually, they've been pleasantly nice,"...

The 9 Best Old-School Italian Bakeries in Brooklyn

The 9 Best Old-School Italian Bakeries in Brooklyn

by Kristina Headrick Cronuts and cupcakes; slightly disturbing milkshakes; gluten free and gold-plated donuts: NYC is known for its attention grabbing, food-fad frenzies. The city's insatiable desire for the next big thing is matched only by its obsessively nostalgic tendencies.   In an era where the media is constantly aflutter with news of shuttering mom & pops, we'd like to celebrate an ilk...

Columbian Lawyers take Staten Island for monthly CLE meeting

Columbian Lawyers take Staten Island for monthly CLE meeting

By Rob Abruzzese   The Columbian Lawyers Association of Brooklyn took over Staten Island for one night during this month's Continuing Legal Education (CLE) meeting at Nino's Restaurant on Hylan Boulevard last Tuesday, Jan. 12. While the lawyers and judges got to try some delicious Italian food, they listened to Justice Barbara I.   Panepinto speak about the new maintenance spousal support guidelines that were...

Screening of Fighting Paisanos

Screening of Fighting Paisanos

Thursday, March 31, 2016, 6pm. Fighting Paisanos (2013), 52 min. Marco Curti, dir.. John D Calandra Italian American Institute (CUNY) - 25 W 43rd St #17, New York, NY 10036   During World War II, while some Italian Americans were deemed "enemy aliens," more than 500,000 Italian Americans served in the U.S. military. The documentary Fighting Paisanos takes its title from journalist Ernie Pyle's story about...

DiFiore confirmed as Chief Judge of state Court of Appeals

DiFiore confirmed as Chief Judge of state Court of Appeals

By Evan Fallor   A day after issuing its formal recommendation, the State Senate Judiciary Committee on Thursday confirmed Westchester County District Attorney Janet DiFiore to become the next Chief Judge of the New York State Court of Appeals.   DiFiore, 60, a Democrat who has served as the Westchester District Attorney since 2006, previously served as a Westchester County Court Judge for three...

Woman claims she was fired because of her ‘whiteness’

Woman claims she was fired because of her ‘whiteness’

by Kathianne Boniello A Bronx woman believes she lost her job at a nonprofit because she's Italian-American, according to a lawsuit. Anne Marie Nolan-Griffin says her African-American and Hispanic supervisors at AHRC made her the butt of jokes "because of her Italian race," she claims in Manhattan federal court filings.   AHRC employees "regularly made jokes wherein the punch-line centered on Mrs. Nolan-Griffin's Italian...

Two Italian Illustrators in New York - Una storia americana

Two Italian Illustrators in New York - Una storia americana

Date: Friday, January 29, 2016 - Friday, March 11, 2016 Hours: 6pm Venue: Italian Cultural Institute of New York Organized by: ICI In collaboration with: UBI Banca, Eataly   The Italian Cultural Institute is pleased to host the exhibit Una Storia Americana, presenting a selection of recent works by Italian artists Emiliano Ponzi and Olimpia Zagnoli, two of the most well-known Italian illustrators based in the...

Last Call at Folk City with Dominic Chianese

Last Call at Folk City with Dominic Chianese

by George De Stefano   Dominic Chianese is not a name most people would associate with New York's '60s folk music scene. But Chianese, the actor best known for playing the bitter and conniving Uncle Junior on The Sopranos, was a stalwart of that scene, as a performer and as the MC at Gerde's Folk City, the legendary Greenwich Village restaurant and...

OSIA honors Janice Cenzoprano

OSIA honors Janice Cenzoprano

Garden City resident Janice Paradiso Cenzoprano will be honored by the New York State Grand Lodge Foundation, Order Sons ofItaly in America at their "Twenty-Third Anniversary Winter Charity Ball". Ms. Cenzoprano will be awarded the "Special Recognition Award" for her volunteer work with the Cooley's Anemia Foundation.   The gala affair will be held on Friday, January 29, at the Chateau Briand...

Italian Women’s Fashion Brand Pinko Making Foray Into USA

Italian Women’s Fashion Brand Pinko Making Foray Into USA

A women's clothing and accessories brand out of Italy is heading to the United States with a new store in New York City, Commercial Observer has learned. It's a "new tenant in the market," said Cushman & Wakefield's Joanne Podell, who represented the landlord in the deal along with team members Ian Lerner and Aylin Gucalp.   Pinko will be opening in about...

Screening: Alina Marazzi's BORDERLANDS and WE WANT ROSES TOO

Screening: Alina Marazzi's BORDERLANDS and WE WANT ROSES TOO

January 28, 2016 (06:00 PM) - Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimò 24 West 12th Street - New York, NY 10011. This event is part of: ALINA MARAZZI: Film Screenings and Workshop at NYU. In collaboration with the NYU Center for Media, Culture and History, NYU Tisch School of the Arts and the NYU Department of Italian Studies. Click here for the complete program of events.   - Borderlands (Confini) Italy, 2014,...

Giovanni Meli, Sicily’s Greatest Poet: a Lecture /Recital

Giovanni Meli, Sicily’s Greatest Poet: a Lecture /Recital

January 28, 6:30 pm — 8:00 pm, Westchester Italian Cultural Center - 24 Depot Square, Tuckahoe, New York   Giovanni Meli, "The Poet of Sicily," was an Italian poet and man of letters. He is considered one of the most important dialect poets of eighteenth-century Italy. Emeritus Professor Gaetano Cipolla, president of the cultural organization Arba Sicula, will speak of Giovanni Meli and read some of...

Influence, Relevance, Growth: Italy’s opportunity and new paradigm

Influence, Relevance, Growth: Italy’s opportunity and new paradigm

On February 23 the conference Influence, Relevance, Growth: Italy's opportunity and new paradigm will be held in New York. An initiative promoted by the Italian Business & Investment Initiative association together with AmCham Italy and EY. How to make Italy more attractive for business? The fourth edition of the event will be focused on the analisys of the market and investments...

Remembering Dr. Emelise Aleandri

Remembering Dr. Emelise Aleandri

IAWA was deeply saddened to learn of the passing of our Distinguished Board Member, Dr. Emelise Aleandri, on January 17, 2016. Dr. Emelise Aleandri was an actress, singer, author and producer. She is the country's foremost scholar of Italian American theater, and has been a dynamic and dear friend of our organization.   Dr. Aleandri was the Artistic Director of Frizzi & Lazzi...

Renzo De Felice's "The Jews in Fascist Italy": An Historical Appraisal

Renzo De Felice's "The Jews in Fascist Italy": An Historical Appraisal

Thursday, January 28, 6:00-8:30 pm - John D Calandra Italian American Institute (CUNY) - 25 W 43rd St., 17th Floor, New York, NY 10036   On the occasion of the paperback reprint of Renzo De Felice's The Jews in Fascist Italy, this panel will explore the genesis of the book and its place in contemporary historiography. Commissioned by the Union of the Italian Jewish...

Your Voices: Puglisi goes from E-J, to GE, to Link

Your Voices: Puglisi goes from E-J, to GE, to Link

by Anthony Borrelli   Don Puglisi, 84, of Vestal, was born and raised in Binghamton during the Great Depression and grew up in an Italian American family. He worked his way over the years from the Endicott-Johnson shoe factories to General Electric, to Link Aeronautical Corp., where he assisted with efforts to determine how to conserve power aboard the Apollo 13 space...

Forum for Italian American Educators announce 2016 honorees

Forum for Italian American Educators announce 2016 honorees

A group of unsung community members were recognized for their various contributions to Italian American education. On Sunday, January 10, the Forum of Italian American Educators hosted its annual Epiphany Dinner at Fratelli's Restaurant to celebrate the end of the Christmas season and announce this year's FIAME honorees.   According to Josephine Fanelli, FIAME president and St. Theresa School principal, the honorees include...

Ann Goldstein: A Star Italian Translator

Ann Goldstein: A Star Italian Translator

By Jennifer Maloney   One evening this past September, more than 300 people squeezed into a narrow room at BookCourt bookstore in Brooklyn for the launch of "The Story of the Lost Child," by Italian author Elena Ferrante. The author, whose true identity is a closely held secret, was absent.   Instead, the crowd whooped and cheered for the headliner of the evening: the...

Fifth Annual Slow Wine US Tour Culminates With New York Extravaganza

Fifth Annual Slow Wine US Tour Culminates With New York Extravaganza

The 5th annual Slow Wine event in New York, held this year on February 3rd at NYC's Highline Ballroom, will commence with a joint press conference with the Italian Trade Commission to kick off VINO Italian Wine Week (12 p.m. – 1 p.m.) followed by a walk-around trade tasting (1 p.m. – 5 p.m.) and a consumer event in the...

I got gout in my 30s, so I put myself — and my restaurant — on a diet

I got gout in my 30s, so I put myself — and my restaurant — on a diet

By Hailey Eber   Read almost any article on healthy eating and it will tell you: If you want to clean up your diet, cook at home and don't eat out. Wily restaurant chefs are using unhealthy tricks that you can't even fathom to make their food taste great.   But chef Marco Canora is out to change that. "There's a lack of transparency in...

International Remembrance Program Series - Film Screening

International Remembrance Program Series - Film Screening

Date: Tuesday, January 26, 2016 Hours: 6pm Venue: NYU Casa Italiana Zerilli Marimo', 24 West 12th Street Organized by: Casa Italiana Zerilli Marimo' In collaboration with: ICI, Consulate general of Italy in New York, Centro Primo Levi, Italian Academy, CUNY's John Calandra Italian American Institute.Film Screening: Oro Macht Frei (2013) by Jeffrey Bonna and Catherine CampbellOpening remarks: Stefano Albertini. Post screening discussion: Catherine Campbell   On...

Christopher Columbus Society of Yorktown Elects New Officers

Christopher Columbus Society of Yorktown Elects New Officers

The Christopher Columbus Society of Yorktown held its annual elections in December. Newly elected as officers of the organization are Mark Palancia (president), Bobby Violante (vice president), Ron Delasandro (treasurer) and Joe Tuccito (secretary). Elected to the Board of Directors were Angelo Gallinelli, Bob Giordano, Rob Gisolfi, Mike Nacarella and Gene Tumolo.   Past President Eugene Tumolo said: "The new board is a...

Printing industry veteran proud to be an American of Italian heritage

Printing industry veteran proud to be an American of Italian heritage

by Sr. Camille D'Arienzo   Lou Di Rico Title: President, Arland Printing Age: 63 Lives in: Mineola, N.Y. Sister Camille: Lou, about 15 years ago I approached your company, Arland Printing, to arrange for the production and distribution of Christmas cards. The artist, David Paul Hammer, was on death row in Terre Haute, Indiana.   He had responded to my encouragement to design cards I would market to...

Ralph Macchio, Mario Cantone, and More Preview A Room of My Own

Ralph Macchio, Mario Cantone, and More Preview A Room of My Own

by David Gordon The stars of Charles Messina's A Room of My Own, a production of the Abingdon Theatre Company, met the press on January 19. Directed by the author, the show begins previews February 13 at the June Havoc Theatre, with opening night set for February 25. The run is scheduled to conclude March 13.   A Room of My Own is...

Italiani all’estero, cresce il MAIE Usa: Luca Di Giacomo coordinatore a New York

Italiani all’estero, cresce il MAIE Usa: Luca Di Giacomo coordinatore a New York

Cresce il MAIE negli Stati Uniti. Augusto Sorriso, Coordinatore USA del Movimento Associativo Italiani all'Estero, ha annunciato nelle scorse ore la nomina ufficiale di Luca Di Giacomo a Coordinatore MAIE New York. "Luca Di Giacomo, membro del nuovo Comites di New York, è un brillante giovane italoamericano impegnato nel sociale", spiega Sorriso.   "Vive e studia a New York ed è il...

International Remembrance Program Series - Book discussion

International Remembrance Program Series - Book discussion

Date: Monday, January 25, 2016 Hours: 6pm Venue: Italian Cultural Institute of new York Organized by: ICI In collaboration with: Consulate General of Italy in New York, Centro Primo Levi, NYU Casa Italiana Zerilli Marimò, Italian Academy, CUNY's John Calandra Italian American Institute. Reserve Book discussion: Primo Levi, The Friend by Bianca Guidetti Serra (CPL Editions, 2015)Opening remarks: Giorgio Van Straten (Director, Italian Cultural Institute)Discussants:Guri Schwarz...

Step Inside La Mangiami, New York's Coolest Disco Dining Hang Out

Step Inside La Mangiami, New York's Coolest Disco Dining Hang Out

by Josh Baines New York, New York. The Big Apple. The City that Never Sleeps. The home of the Statue of Liberty, Central Park, and a branch of M&M's World. We've never been but we've heard all about it.   Our friends have told us it's really cold in the winter and really hot in the summer and that you can buy face-sized...

Eastchester's Cecere is a local treasure

Eastchester's Cecere is a local treasure

by Vincent Z. Mercogliano Deep down, I knew my attention should have been focused on the field of play. But as a man who truly appreciates a good meal, my mind was captivated by the legendary baseball coach with a similar passion for Italian-American cuisine.   "You see, Vince, you take the broccoli rabe and cook it with sausage and potatoes," Dom Cecere...

Lavorare a New York con Eataly

Lavorare a New York con Eataly

Offerta di lavoro negli Stati Uniti a New York con Brand italiano – EATALY offre lavoro a New York negli States!!! Qui a Eataly, abbiamo dedicato la nostra vita quotidiana per promuovere una reale comprensione di alimenti di alta qualità e bevande del made in Italy. Che fortuna trovare lavoro che si ama.   Incoraggiamo una cultura della curiosità, passione, armonia, divertimento e onestà: per...

Transatlantico - CD Release Concert by Emanuele Tozzi

Transatlantico - CD Release Concert by Emanuele Tozzi

January 23, 2016 (Saturday) 8:00 PM. Transatlantico - CD Release Concert by Emanuele Tozzi. Le Poisson Rouge - 158 Bleecker Street, Manhattan. Emanuele Tozzi brings a modernistic touch of the Old World to New York City. His sound has been likened to a Fellini soundtrack highlighted with chocolate notes; combining jazz with fragments of traditional classic Italian melodies - Roma Cinecittà by way of...

Il Ballo dei Giganti di Nola

Il Ballo dei Giganti di Nola

Monday, February 22, 2016, 6pm - John D Calandra Italian American Institute (CUNY) - 25 W 43rd St #17, New York, NY. Il Ballo dei Giganti di Nola (2015), 90 min., Antonio Iorio, dir.   For centuries the Feast of the Gigli has been celebrated in Nola, near Naples, every June in honor of Saint Paulinus. The feast features the "dancing" of the multistoried gigli...

For Chef Lidia, good Italian cuisine is simple

For Chef Lidia, good Italian cuisine is simple

New York chef and restaurateur Lidia Bastianich thinks the question of what constitutes great Italian cuisine has a "simple" answer."It's a cuisine that's simple, colorful and tasty," says Bastianich, a James Beard Award nominee and host of PBS television's Emmy Award-winning Lidia's Kitchen. "It's wedded to the seasons and makes nourishing sense if it is prepared properly."   In Bastianich's culinary world,...

The Story Behind ‘Runaround Sue’

The Story Behind ‘Runaround Sue’

By Marc Myers   Dion DiMucci was there the day the music died—and when it bounced back. He was the fourth headliner on the Winter Dance Party tour in 1959 when Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens and J.P. Richardson (the "Big Bopper") were killed in a plane crash. He's also one of only two American rock stars on the cover of the Beatles'...

Gianandrea Noseda in conversation with Harvey Sachs

Gianandrea Noseda in conversation with Harvey Sachs

Date: Thursday, January 21, 2016 Hours: 6pm Venue: Italian Cultural Institute of New York Organized by: ICI Reserve Gianandrea Noseda is widely recognized as one of the leading conductors of his generation. He is Musical America's 2015 Conductor of the Year. Gianandrea Noseda's appointment as Music Director of the Teatro Regio Torino in 2007 ushered in a transformative era for the company matched with international acclaim...

Poetry Reading by Joey Nicoletti and Gil Fagiani - Wednesday, 20 January, 6PM

Poetry Reading by Joey Nicoletti and Gil Fagiani - Wednesday, 20 January, 6PM

by John D. Calandra Italian American Institute   We are delighted to present two books of poetry. Joey Nicoletti's Reverse Graffiti (Bordighera Press, 2015) has been hailed as a collection of "powerful, heartfelt poems that bring an era to life," stated Maria Mazziotti Gillan. She continued, "Nicoletti's book ... is dotted with images from popular culture - Captain Marvel, Spider Man, the Yankees -...

imparare-l-italiano-disegnando-l-auto-dei-propri-sogni-studenti-americani-visitano-lo-showroom-della-ferrari-a-manhattanaLa casa automobilistica di vetture sportive Ferrari ospita alcune lezioni di italiano, in collaborazione con l'Italian American Committee on Education (IACE). Allievi delle scuole medie superiori che...
tutti-gli-uomini-della-liacDomenica scorsa lo United Soccer Stars, società affiliata alla Liac, ha celebrato il suo 12º dinner dance, quando mancano ancora sei settimane all'evento cruciale della stagione agonistica: il Torneo di...
ferragamo-mixes-high-fashion-with-hide-and-seek-to-advertise-spring-seasonBy Sarah Jones   Italian fashion label  is pursuing the finer things in life through a vivacious spring/summer 2016 advertising campaign. "Lo Splendore Della Vita," or "The Splendor of...
iavarone-bros-have-lunch-with-familyIavarone Bros. isn't your average deli, ranging in different meats, cheese and seafood, this family owned deli brings Italian flavor down the block from your home. Located in Maspeth, Iavarone Bros....
part-2-carroll-gardens-i-know-where-your-marys-goby Antonia Ferraro   Last we spoke on the topic of front yard religious statuary, I posited the question to Carroll Gardens, Where Will All Your Marys Go? I won't lie. I had a great time writing...
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