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Fendi Continues Road-Trip Across the US

Fendi Continues Road-Trip Across the US

Fendi is taking a road trip across the United States in an Ape Piaggio, the iconic three-wheeled Italian truck created in the late 1940s and specially updated for the US trip. The Roman house has transformed the stylish vehicle into a pop-up store that will take some of its most coveted handbags and accessories across North America.   The road trip kicked...

Meet the New Italians of Architecture & Design

Meet the New Italians of Architecture & Design

Quando: Giovedì 8 settembre 2016 - A partire dalle 6.00 p.m.Dove: Consolato Generale d'Italia, 690 Park Avenue - New York L'8 settembre si terrà presso il Consolato Generale d'Italia a New York l'ottavo appuntamento del ciclo di eventi "Meet the New Italians of New York". Dopo l'evento del 28 giugno focalizzato sul mondo delle Start Up, appuntamento che ha riscosso forte entusiasmo del pubblico,...

Suffern Italian Chef Launches Own Web Store Food Line

Suffern Italian Chef Launches Own Web Store Food Line

Suffern chef/owner Marcello Russodivito says cooks are at a disadvantage when cooking their regional Italian dishes without using quality ingredients. So a natural progression for the affable chef/owner of Marcello's Ristorante was to launch a gourmet food line, Chef Marcello Gourmet Imports.   The web store features pastas, gluten-free pastas, Olea extra virgin olive oil, tomato sauce, bakery items, aged balsamic vinegar and...

Contestants Needed For Miss Italia Pageant

Contestants Needed For Miss Italia Pageant

Watertown's Miss Italia Pageant is coming up next month. It's part of the annual Bravo Italiano Festival and Kathy Lettiere was on 7 News This Morning to talk about it. Watch the video for her interview.   The pageant is for women of Italian descent between 16 and 19 years old who go to school or live in Jefferson County. It's at 7 p.m....

Sauce like mamma’s at Crossroads Farm

Sauce like mamma’s at Crossroads Farm

By Rossana Weitekamp As a first-generation Italian-American child, a tomato milling machine was as ordinary to me as a skate key. At the same time, the very sight of it triggered my flight instinct: I knew the minute that machine appeared on my kitchen table that hours upon hours of stewing tomatoes, running them through the mill, pouring the sauce into...

È l'ora del Festival della musica italiana

È l'ora del Festival della musica italiana

Il Festival della Musica Italiana di New York compie 9 anni e si terrà l'11 settembre 2016 dalle 3.30 pomeridiane al Master Theater (Millenium) di Brooklyn, New York". Ad annunciarlo è la versione on line del quotidiano in lingua italiana di New York "America Oggi". "Il Festival, organizzato dall'Associazione Culturale Italiana di New York di Tony di Piazza, dopo il grande...

Bronx’s Little Italy launches earthquake relief fund-raiser with Arthur Ave. res…

Bronx’s Little Italy launches earthquake relief fund-raiser with Arthur Ave. restaurants donating to the cause

by Laura Dimon and Larry McShane   Arthur Avenue is the expressway to Italian earthquake relief. The Little Italy of the Bronx joined local politicians and business people Friday to raise money for the victims of the deadly central Italy quake blamed for 267 deaths.   "The neighborhood owes its unique vitality, identity and heritage to Italy," said City Council member Ritchie Torres (D-Bronx). "So...

Recharging at the 41st Anniversary Feast of Santa Rosalia in Bensonhurst, Brookl…

Recharging at the 41st Anniversary Feast of Santa Rosalia in Bensonhurst, Brooklyn

By Giovanni di Napoli   Thursday night, I finally got to go to the Feast of Santa Rosalia in Bensonhurst, Brooklyn. After a grueling week of work, I was really looking forward to blowing off some steam and having a good time. Visiting the outdoor chapel to venerate la Santuzza, I said a few prayers for the earthquake victims in Italy, for my...

Governor Cuomo Lights World Trade Center to Honor Victims of Earthquake in Italy

Governor Cuomo Lights World Trade Center to Honor Victims of Earthquake in Italy

This evening, Governor Andrew M. Cuomo has directed the lights of One World Trade Center's 408-foot spire to be displayed in the green, white and red colors of the Italian flag to honor victims of the earthquake in Italy. Italy's influence touches every community across New York – from its vibrant culture to the more than 2.7 million Italian Americans who...

Experience Sicily

Experience Sicily

Tuesday, August 30th, 6:30 P.M. - Italian American Museum - 155 Mulberry Street (Corner of Grand and Mulberry Streets) - New York, NY 10013. Suggested donation of $10 per person. RSVP Code: VP0830. For reservations, please call the Italian American Museum at 212.965.9000 Email: ItalianAmericanMuseum@gmail.com or fax 347.810.1028. Please Include RSVP Code When Making Your Reservation    Join multifaceted guitarist Joe Ravo and multi-instrumentalist and singer Allison Scola - the music duo Villa...

Worlds Collide at the Feast of San Rocco

Worlds Collide at the Feast of San Rocco

by John Nappoli   My worlds collided Sunday when my confratelli from the Saint Rocco Society of Potenza and the Sacred Military Constantinian Order of Saint George came together to celebrate the 127th Annual Feast of Saint Rocco at Most Precious Blood Church in historic Little Italy in New York City.   Considering the caliber of membership and level of devotion in both groups,...

Meet the Owners of Bacaro Italian Tavern

Meet the Owners of Bacaro Italian Tavern

By Priscila Korb   Meet Thomas Soluri and Joseph Bonacore, the owners of the Bacaro Italian Tavern which recently opened up in Massapequa Park. Patch spoke with the duo about their restaurant, which opened on Park Boulevard last year   Is this the first restaurant you ever owned? No. We started with Caraway's back in the '80's and have had several successful restaurants since then. What makes...

Lidia Bastianich Takes Us Inside Her New York City Kitchen (and Garden!)

Lidia Bastianich Takes Us Inside Her New York City Kitchen (and Garden!)

by Ana Calderone   The kitchen is Lidia Bastianich's ship and she is the captain. For our exclusive video series What I Really Cook for Dinner, the cookbook author and restaurateur takes PEOPLE inside the New York City home she's been cooking in for over 35 years. Fans may recognize the sprawling space as the backdrop for many of her early television shows. "Here,...

Belleayre Mountain Presents CRISTINA FONTANELLI AND HER FABULOUS FRIENDS

Belleayre Mountain Presents CRISTINA FONTANELLI AND HER FABULOUS FRIENDS

Award-winning Singer/PBS & CBS-TV host with family roots in the Catskill Mountains returns to Belleayre Mountain after performing throughout the U.S. and the World. Date: Saturday, August 27. Time: 8 p.m. Venue: Belleayre Music Festival. Address: 181 Galli Curci Rd, Highmount, NY 12441. Cost per ticket: $38.00. Buy tickets:  http://www.belleayre.com/Home/Components/Calendar/Event/357/ Information: (845) 254-6094   Dinner is available before the concert. Meal ticket purchased at door. Dinner begins at 6:30 p.m. "This...

Fall 2016 Philip V. Cannistraro Seminar Series in Italian American Studies

Fall 2016 Philip V. Cannistraro Seminar Series  in Italian American Studies

Tuesday, October 18, 2016, 6pm. Italian Mobilities - Ruth Ben-Ghiat, New York University; Stephanie Malia Hom, Acus Foundation The Italian nation-state has been defined in part by practices of mobility. Tourists have flowed into the country from the Grand Tour era to the present, and Italians left in massive numbers in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries: the largest voluntary emigration in recorded...

Festival to cook up Italian flavor in Endicott

Festival to cook up Italian flavor in Endicott

by Katie Sullivan   Alluring aromas of Italian food will fill the air beginning Thursday, as the Gusto Italian Festival takes to the street on Endicott's North Side. Once home to many Italian-American immigrants, the festival will celebrate the ethnic roots of the Endicott neighborhood.   This year's Gusto festival, now in its 12th year, will begin with live music at 7 p.m. on the...

Evviva San Rocco! A Look at the 127th Annual Feast of San Rocco di Potenza in Ne…

Evviva San Rocco! A Look at the 127th Annual Feast of San Rocco di Potenza in New York City

By Giovanni di Napoli   Sunday, August 21st, the St. Rocco Society of Potenza in New York City celebrated their 127th Annual Festa di San Rocco. Mass was celebrated in English and Italian outside Most Precious Blood Church (113 Baxter St.) in historic Little Italy with Pastor Donald Msgr. Sakano and Msgr. Joseph Ambrosio, visiting from Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church...

Vito Marcantonio (1902-1954): Fourth Annual Commemoration

Vito Marcantonio (1902-1954): Fourth Annual Commemoration

The Vito Marcantonio Forum (VMF) invites one-and-all to attend "Vito Marcantonio: Fourth Annual Commemoration". The one-hour-long program will feature the reading of "The People's Proclamation for Vito Marcantonio." In addition, there will be dramatizations by Roberto Ragone and LuLu Pascale. Gerald Meyer will deliver a eulogy. Elected officials are invited to attend.   WHEN: @ 3:00 PM, on Sunday August 28th, WHERE: Outside City...

Making the World ‘One Step Smaller’ with Homemade Spaghetti Sauce

Making the World ‘One Step Smaller’ with Homemade Spaghetti Sauce

by Lauren Levy   For Chris Schembra, it all started with a homemade pasta sauce. Back in 2015, after returning to New York from staging a play in Italy, Schembra spontaneously tried out a new recipe. He then invited 15 close friends to gather around his dinner table and test it out. "They liked the sauce, and they liked meeting each other, and I...

Loggia Glen Cove No. 1016 Recognized Award Recipients

Loggia Glen Cove No. 1016 Recognized Award Recipients

Loggia Glen Cove No. 1016, Order Sons of Italy in America recently recognized scholarship, Dante Medal and community service awards at its membership meeting. There were several 2016 New York State Grand Lodge Foundation Scholarship recipients. Kevin Grande received the Angelo & Kathryn Grande Scholarship in Memory of Rose and Frank Della Ratta and the Angelo & Kathryn Grande Scholarship in Memory...

Procession in honor of our Patron Saint of Mola di Bari

Procession in honor of our Patron Saint of Mola di Bari

by Congregation of Maria S.S. Addolorata   The Congregation of Maria S.S. Addolorata would like to announce that this years' procession in honor of our Patron Saint of Mola di Bari will take place on Sunday, September 11th.   The procession will depart from Sacred Heart–St. Stephens Church (Summitt and Hicks Street) Carroll Gardens at 4:00 P.M. Upon returning to St. Stephens at 8:00 P.M....

Here's Why 15,000 People Lined Up at Eataly Last Week

Here's Why 15,000 People Lined Up at Eataly Last Week

by Kate Krader   At noon on Thursday, Aug. 11, the line outside Eataly NYC Downtown stretched a thousand people long, down three floors and out into the street. Day One of the 45,000-square-foot, $39 million project on the third floor of 4 World Trade Center could have been more popular only if Olympic gymnast Simone Biles had somersaulted in. I arrived around...

Syracuse Italian American Athletic Club donates 500 cases of water to Flint

Syracuse Italian American Athletic Club donates 500 cases of water to Flint

By Katrina Tulloch   The Italian American Athletic Club of Syracuse has donated 500 cases of water to the people of Flint, Michigan. News of the Flint water crisis broke in 2015, but Anthony Catania, the treasurer of the IAAC, hadn't heard about it until he saw Flint residents on the "Steve Harvey Show" last spring.   "People from Flint were telling how the government...

Celebrate on September 8th the 13th Annual Festa for the Sicilian Black Madonna …

Celebrate on September 8th the 13th Annual Festa for the Sicilian Black Madonna del Tindari

Il Comitato per il Ripristino della Festa della Madonna Nera cordially invites you to the Twelfth Annual Festa in Honor of the Sicilian Black Madonna del Tindari. Thursday, September 8, 2016, 6PM at the Phoenix Bar, located at the former site of her devotion, 447 East 13th Street, off of Avenue A, Manhattan   For the past decade-plus we have gathered each year on September 8...

John Michael Marino Awards Inspire Many

John Michael Marino Awards Inspire Many

The evening of the John Michael Marino Foundation, Inc. Order Sons of Italy in America 36th Annual Awards Presentation was memorable and inspiring, for it was on this night that The John Michael Marino Foundation, Inc. presented scholarships and awards to dynamic high school students of the Class of 2016.   The ceremony followed the John Michael Marino Lodge No.1389 monthly general...

Long Road Home: The John Malangone Story

Long Road Home: The John Malangone Story

The Italian American Museum Presents: Friday Night Films. Friday, August 26th, 6:30 P.M. Featuring Long Road Home: The John Malangone Story. Light refreshments will be served   You are cordially invited to attend a screening of Bruce Spiegal's acclaimed documentary, Long Road Home: The John Malangone Story (2006, 55 min.) at the Italian American Museum on Friday, August 26th. This biography details the...

Una Serata Italiana con Furla (NYC) on September 14

Una Serata Italiana con Furla (NYC) on September 14

by NOIAW   Wednesday, September 14, 6:00 – 8:00 PM. Furla Fifth Avenue Store | 645 5th Avenue at 51st Street, New York, NY 10022. Free with advance RSVP — invite your friends! Join us for a fabulous evening with the National Organization of Italian American Women exploring beloved Italian designer Furla's Fifth Avenue flagship store and previewing the brand's 2016 Autumn/Winter Collection. You'll learn...

Festival to celebrate Italian culture in New Hyde Park

Festival to celebrate Italian culture in New Hyde Park

By Gabrielle Deonath The annual Italian Festival hosted by Cellini Lodge of the Order Sons of Italy in America will take place from Wednesday, Aug. 24, to Sunday, Aug. 28, at Michael J. Tully Park in New Hyde Park. The Order Sons of Italy is a nationwide organization whose main goal is to foster, share and educate others on the Italian culture...

Mount Morris Italian Festival has a new location

Mount Morris Italian Festival has a new location

by Matt Leader   Instead of its usual location along Main Street, Mount Morris Rotary Club's annual Italian Festival will be held at Bellamy Memorial Park off Lackawanna Avenue. Though in a new location, the festival will see the same array of arts, crafts and food vendors as well as ample live entertainment offerings. The festival runs from 5 to 10 p.m. August 19;...

American vs Italy competition kicks off

American vs Italy competition kicks off

The American vs Italy Friendship Competition kicked off at Monticello Raceway on the warm and sunny afternoon of August 17 with the amateur harness racing drivers competing in both a pace and a trot on the betting card. The pacing race went to USA's Bobby Krivelin who reined Five Star Stud to a 2:00.2 victory while Giancarlo Moretti scored a...

Assemblymember Latrice Walker calls for a halt to Our Lady of Loreto demolition …

Assemblymember Latrice Walker calls for a halt to Our Lady of Loreto demolition plan

by Lore Croghan   Stop the wrecking ball. On Tuesday, state Assemblymember Latrice Walker called on Brooklyn's Catholic hierarchy to withdraw its demolition application for a historic church in the Ocean Hill section of Brownsville, Our Lady of Loreto. At a press conference outside the shuttered century-old church at 124 Sackman St., Walker (D-Brownsville) urged Catholic officials to work with the community and turn...

Hip at 91, Dongan Hills resident is even social media savvy

Hip at 91, Dongan Hills resident is even social media savvy

By Carol Ann Benanti   Rab's Country Lanes in Dongan Hills provided the perfect setting for Mary Lindeman's 91st birthday part, a festive event replete with kinfolk and friends — and even nonagenarian friends. It all made perfect sense. According to her family, bowling had always been one of Mary's favorite past times, inasmuch as she was a member of a bowling league for...

Sandwich of the Week: This Italian hero from the Bronx

Sandwich of the Week: This Italian hero from the Bronx

Don't ever sleep on the old-school Italian deli. Sandwiches — and good eating in general — have become so popular in recent years that, here in New York, at least, there's such an extraordinary wealth of new and incredible options available for any given meal. And so I fear we too often ignore the old reliables, especially those that feature...

Saratoga to host Premio Italian-American Heritage Day August 17

Saratoga to host Premio Italian-American Heritage Day August 17

The New York Racing Association, Inc. will celebrate the culture and traditions of the Bel Pease during Premio Italian-American Heritage Day at Saratoga Race Course on Wednesday, August 17. The day-long festivities will feature Italian music, dance, entertainment, crafts and food from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. in the Saratoga Pavilion, presented by Time Warner Cable News. The day's first race...

A display of “art forms on wheels” as a means of illustrating one form of Itali…

A display of  “art forms on wheels” as a means of illustrating one form of Italian culture

Annual Celebration of Italian Vehicle Excellence and Beauty: A display of "art forms on wheels" as a means of illustrating one form of Italian culture. Various Italian vehicle groups will be represented. September 25, 2016 - Sunday, 10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.   Display vehicles will rally at Stony Brook University campus on the lawn adjacent to the Graduate Physics Building and directly across from...

How Did Eataly Become a Global Italian Food Superpower?

How Did Eataly Become a Global Italian Food Superpower?

by Whitney Filloon   Italian mega-market Eataly opened its second New York City location this week, bestowing 41,000 square feet of everything Italian and edible on Manhattan's Financial District. For the uninitiated, Eataly is a totally bananas marketplace that features everything you'd find at a fancy grocery store — cheese, meat, and seafood purveyors, an on-site bakery, a vast wine selection, an...

Mobsters in Little Italy? Gentrifying NYC enclave

Mobsters in Little Italy? Gentrifying NYC enclave

by Tom Hays   In a recent conversation with an undercover FBI agent wearing a wire, a reputed mobster from Connecticut named Eugene "Rooster" O'Norfio proclaimed himself the new boss of the "Mulberry Street Crew" in Manhattan's Little Italy. New Yorkers could be forgiven for responding: Rooster who? "I didn't even know he existed," said Joseph Scelsa, who has run the Italian American Museum...

Police officers honored for their bravery

Police officers honored for their bravery

by Callan Gray   A teenager accused of trying to kill a police officer appeared in court on Wednesday. Hours later, three police officers received an honor. Andre Fuller, 18, pleaded not guilty to an attempted murder charge. Police say he pressed a loaded gun against an officer's chest and pulled the trigger twice. The gun didn't fire.   The Italian-American Police Association honored officers...

New York Red Bulls willing to offer “big contract” for Giuseppe Rossi

New York Red Bulls willing to offer “big contract” for Giuseppe Rossi

by Alex Iacovitti   American news outlets are reporting that New York Red Bulls are willing to put up big money for the Italian international. Reports over the last few days have linked the player with a move to MLS, but the Red Bulls have shown the most interest.   The striker has spoken about the interest stating that he would prefer to continue...

Century-old Brooklyn church will give way to low-income housing

Century-old Brooklyn church will give way to low-income housing

by Amy Plitt   It looks like the fight to preserve a Brooklyn church has come to an end: The New York Times reports that Our Lady of Loreto, a turn-of-the-20th-century Catholic church in Brownsville, will be demolished, per plans on file with the Departmant of Buildings. That move makes way for low-income housing to eventually rise on the site.   But, as the...

Mangia! Italian fest returns to Watkins Glen this weekend

Mangia! Italian fest returns to Watkins Glen this weekend

A community talent show, more live music and parade route improvements are among the enhancements to look for at the 37th annual Schuyler County Italian American Festival from Friday through Sunday at Clute Park in Watkins Glen.   L'Osteria at the Park, renovated bocce courts and Italian gift sales are other additions. "The committee is continuing our commitment to expanding the focus on...

Two teens arrested for burglarizing Lady of Mount Carmel Society

Two teens arrested for burglarizing Lady of Mount Carmel Society

State Police have charged two Verplanck teens and charged them with breaking into Our Lady of Mount Carmel Society in Verplank and stealing an undetermined amount of money and several cans of beer from the non-profit Italian American club.   At 5 a.m. on July 16, the two broke into the center. Two days later, troopers arrested Miguel Reyes, 18, and charged...

Goodbye Elio, New Yorkers with Real Taste Will Miss You

Goodbye Elio, New Yorkers with Real Taste Will Miss You

by Sally Fisher   Sadly, Elio Guaitolini has passed away. Elio was a beloved restaurateur who opened his eponymous East Side restaurant Elio's in 1981. I returned to New York City this same year after attending high school and college in Florence, Italy. In those days Italian food in New York City was limited to the many pizzerias from Naples and Southern Italian restaurants...

In Scena! Italian Theater Festival NY 2017

In Scena! Italian Theater Festival NY 2017

Online il bando con scadenza il 25 settembre. Aperta la selezione di spettacoli e letture da inserire nella quinta edizione del Festival di teatro italiano a New York. Per il Premio Mario Fratti scadenza 10 dicembre. In linea con lo spirito delle precedenti edizioni, Kairos Italy Theater e KIT Italia annunciano la nuova edizione di In Scena! Italian Theater Festival NY 2017,...

Hon. Laura Boldrini, President of Italy’s Chamber of Deputies, Meets with NOIAW

Hon. Laura Boldrini, President of Italy’s Chamber of Deputies, Meets with NOIAW

On Friday, July 28, representatives from the National Organization of Italian American Women met with Hon. Laura Boldrini, the President of Italy's Chamber of Deputies (Camera dei Deputati), at the Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimò at New York University. Hon Francesco Genuardi, the Consul General of Italy in New York, hosted the meeting. President Boldrini spoke to us enthusiastically about her initiatives in...

Tony Bennett Celebrates His 90th Birthday Today

Tony Bennett Celebrates His 90th Birthday Today

Nineteen-time Grammy winner, legendary entertainer and New York City native Tony Bennett celebrates his 90th birthday today. The Empire State Building will present a dynamic, choreographed music-to-light show at 8:45 pm to honor Bennett's musical legacy, followed by a light display of the Italian and American flag colors in acknowledgement of Bennett's Italian-American heritage.   His star-studded birthday festivities will be held...

FIAO’s 28th 5K Run/Walk

FIAO’s 28th 5K Run/Walk

The Federation of Italian American Organizations of Queens hosted the 28th Annual 5K Run/Walk on Sunday, July 24. Over 200 participants ran or walked in the streets of Astoria, despite the heat. This event was partially funded by Sussex Bank, located on Astoria Boulevard.     The General Manager of Sussex Bank, Vito Giannola, attended with his three sons to kickstart the race and join in...

The Italian Cultural Foundation at Casa Belvedere Presents “Calabria: The Other …

The Italian Cultural Foundation at Casa Belvedere Presents “Calabria: The Other Italy”

When: Tuesday, August 16th @ 7 PMWhere: The Italian Cultural Foundation at Casa Belvedere, 79 Howard Avenue, Grymes Hill, Staten Island, NY 10301   Calabria attracts today's visitors with stunning landscapes, spectacular ancient art and a mouthwatering culinary tradition. Karen Haid, author of Calabria: The Other Italy and recipient of the Premio Internazionale Calabria, will present the beauties and wonders of this fascinating region...

Apply Now For Our Fall 2016 Internships!

Apply Now For Our Fall 2016 Internships!

We are looking for currently enrolled undergraduate students to help us with ongoing projects in our office.    Digital Marketing Intern:As our digital marketing intern, you will be involved with:* Generating ideas for and writing blog posts* Posting original, creative content to all our social media channels (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, LinkedIn, & Youtube)* Designing graphics, editing photos, and creating engaging visual...

Italian restaurant Ciao Bella to close in Hewlett

Italian restaurant Ciao Bella to close in Hewlett

Ciao Bella, the cozy Italian trattoria on Broadway in Hewlett, is closing on Aug. 13. Owner Freddy Sammarone announced on Facebook that he and his wife, Dina, "have decided that it is time to say goodbye."   This week, dinner will be served only on Thursday and Friday; next week, dinner only on Friday and Saturday. On those last two evenings, there...

Robert De Niro and the World's Top Chef to Open a Restaurant in the Most Unlikel…

Robert De Niro and the World's Top Chef to Open a Restaurant in the Most Unlikely Place

Massimo Bottura, whose Italian restaurant was dubbed the best in the world earlier this year, is teaming up with actor Robert De Niro to open a new eatery in an unexpected locale: The Bronx.   At least, that's what a report by Eater would have you believe—and a post on the chef's Instagram feed (above) seems to confirm it: "Planning the new...

This family-owned Italian restaurant in NYC has been a celebrity hideaway for mo…

This family-owned Italian restaurant in NYC has been a celebrity hideaway for more than 70 years

While New York City sees a constant shift in its restaurant scene, one family-owned restaurant is still going strong after 70 years. Since Patsy's Italian Restaurant opened on 56th Street in between 7th and 8th Avenue in 1944, it has only had three chefs: Pasquale Scognamillo (or Patsy, as he became known), his son Joe, and his grandson, Sal.   Four generations of...

IAWA’s Open Reading Series–Saturday, August 13th–featuring Joey Nicoletti and Ni…

IAWA’s Open Reading Series–Saturday, August 13th–featuring Joey Nicoletti and Nicole Santalucia

WHERE: Sidewalk Café, 94 Avenue A (6th Street) East Village, NYC-10009 WHEN: Saturday, August 13, 2016 @ 5:30 – 7:30 pm 9781599540870-Perfect.indd   WHO: Joey Nicoletti is the author of two-full length poetry collections and four chapbooks, most recently Reverse Graffiti (Bordighera, 2015) and Counterfeit Moon (NightBallet Press, 2016). His work has appeared in various magazines and anthologies, including Valparaiso Poetry Review, Waccamaw,The Potomac,...

New Italian restaurant opening in East Hampton this fall

New Italian restaurant opening in East Hampton this fall

By Jennifer Gould East Hampton diners will soon have a new place to go after the beach. Sag Harbor's Dopo La Spiaggia, which means "after the beach" in Italian, will open a larger East Hampton outpost this October, Side Dish has learned.   Chef and co-owner Maurizio Marfoglia will open the locally sourced, southern Italian-centric eatery, at 31 Race Lane, along with co-owners Maria...

27th Bard Music Festival 'Puccini and His World' to Open This Friday

27th Bard Music Festival 'Puccini and His World' to Open This Friday

The 27th annual Bard Music Festival - an exploration of "Puccini and His World" - opens this Friday, August 5 with Weekend One: Puccini and Italian Musical Culture.   The first of the weekend's five themed concerts, Program 1: "Opera, Politics, and the Italian," examines the ways Italians perceived their newly unified homeland in the comparatively peaceful half-century between the Risorgimento and...

Frankie Valli Is Our Sinatra and Back on Broadway

Frankie Valli Is Our Sinatra and Back on Broadway

By Ray Negron   If you have ever read my book, "Yankee Miracles," then you would know that there is a chapter in the book about the great Yankee manager, Billy Martin. Billy was a very fierce competitor with a heart of gold. In the book, I talk about a time when Billy took me to the historic New York Italian restaurant,...

Anton Coppola, a Maestro With Many Encores

Anton Coppola, a Maestro With Many Encores

Francis Ford Coppola may have created the "Godfather" films, but these days, the real godfather of the Coppola clan is his uncle Anton Coppola.   "I don't know if I like the Mafioso connotations of that," said Mr. Coppola, who is 99 and still composing, conducting and devoting his life to opera. He is also uncle to the actress Talia Shire, and...

Creativi italiani, vi apro le porte di New York

Creativi italiani, vi apro le porte di New York

di Liliana Rosano  Una lunga esperienza professionale nel mondo delle arti performative e della cultura italiana contemporanea. Valeria Orani dalla sua Cagliari è arrivata a New York dove oggi è alla direzione artistica di Umanism NY, la prima società di servizi organizzativi, promozionali e logistici dedicati ai mestieri creativi che intendono sviluppare un network professionale nella Grande Mela.   Con il suo team,...

A Sneak Peek at Eataly Downtown's Ambitious Bread Operation

A Sneak Peek at Eataly Downtown's Ambitious Bread Operation

When the new Eataly Downtown opens next month, it will have a little taste of something that no other location has — bread from countries other than Italy. Every location of Mario Batali and Joe Bastianich's Italian food emporium has a theme, and New York's second outpost on the third floor of 4 World Trade Center will be going all...

Sons of Italy Binghamton Lodge celebrates centennial

Sons of Italy Binghamton Lodge celebrates centennial

The Binghamton Lodge of the Sons of Italy is celebrating that special milestone this weekend: 100 years of serving the community. Members, friends, and family all gathered at Traditions At The Glen in the Town of Union Friday night. The black tie event featured food, dancing and also reflection on years past.   Located in the heart of Binghamton, the Binghamton Lodge is where...

You've got to see these classic supermodel polaroids

You've got to see these classic supermodel polaroids

Photographer Sante D'Orazio is a rare breed, a first-generation Italian-American from pre-gentrified Brooklyn. Although he was as American as any kid of his generation, the aura of Europe still clung to him. His mom was an opera singer at La Scala, his dad a champion cyclist. While his friends thought about making money, Sante thought about art, which he studied at...

Gianni Fontana e lo studio di registrazione a Brooklyn

Gianni Fontana e lo studio di registrazione a Brooklyn

di Mariagrazia De Luca Scendo alla fermata Nostrand della metro A, nel quartiere di Bud-Stuy, Brooklyn, per andare a trovare G nel suo studio di registrazione. Gianni Fontana, conosciuto dai suoi artisti hip hop come G, è un ragazzo italiano che da 10 anni lavora nel profondo Brooklyn registrando e producendo oltre 1000 artisti locali e nazionali. Il suo Explode studios,...

Italian festival celebrates city's heritage

Italian festival celebrates city's heritage

Tony Ricotta is definitely what you'd call an Italian Festival regular. On Friday, he could be seen serving up Italian sausage, a job he's been doing for Scipione Catering for several years. When it comes to the annual tradition of celebrating all things Italian on Pine Avenue, Ricotta says that while the food is great, it's the people he loves most.   "The festival...

Williamsburg’s Giglio Feast takes starring role in new mob movie

Williamsburg’s Giglio Feast takes starring role in new mob movie

It is ready for its close-up! The Giglio festival will dance its way onto the silver screen in the new mob film "The Brooklyn Banker," opening Aug. 5. The flick, which follows a bank official from Williamsburg with ties to a local organized crime family, features scenes set during the 113-year-old Italian-American festival, and to get the right look, filmmakers went...

Premio New York: In palio 6 mesi nella grande mela

Premio New York: In palio 6 mesi nella grande mela

Parte la XIV edizione del Premio New York che per la prima volta, da quest'anno, oltre alla partecipazione della Farnesina, dell'Istituto Italiano di Cultura a New York e dell'Italian Academy for Advanced Studies in America, vede anche l'adesione del Ministero dei Beni e delle Attività Culturali e del Turismo – Direzione Generale Arte e Architettura Contemporanee e Periferie Urbane. Per i...

Sons of Italy in Binghamton celebrates 100 years

Sons of Italy in Binghamton celebrates 100 years

The Sons of Italy in Binghamton is celebrating 100 years of fraternity, liberty and equality. The Sons of Italy Lodge #487, located at 62 Carroll Street, is holding a centennial celebration this weekend. The organization showcases Italian heritage while supporting the community. On Friday, a gala dinner-dance will take place at Traditions at the Glen from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m.   On Saturday, a...

A Look at the 5th Annual Traditional Pilgrimage at Our Lady of Mount Carmel Chur…

A Look at the 5th Annual Traditional Pilgrimage at Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church in East Harlem

By Giovanni di Napoli Scores of pilgrims from around the tri-state area gathered at Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church in East Harlem, New York on Saturday, July 23rd for the 5th Annual Traditional Pilgrimage. In reverence and humility, many of the participants entered the church on their knees and discalced. Some presented altar flowers to the glory of God. Warmly welcomed...

Pasquale Jones Brings a Little Novelty to Little Italy

Pasquale Jones Brings a Little Novelty to Little Italy

As a New Yorker who wants each neighborhood to be different, each block to be like a pocket with a secret tucked inside it, I have strongly mixed feelings about gentrification. As a critic confronted with shiny new restaurants in changing neighborhoods, though, I have to admit that I often end up liking the shiny new places more than what...

Suffern natives create Italian American podcast

Suffern natives create Italian American podcast

About a year ago, two Italian-Americans from Suffern — or "paesans," as they would say — decided to try something new. Anthony Fasano had an idea to start a podcast that focused on Italian-American culture, and it didn't take much convincing to get family friend Dolores Alfieri on board. Then came what they figured would be the hard part: Lining up...

Eataly Expands in Manhattan to World Trade Center

Eataly Expands in Manhattan to World Trade Center

Eataly will open a second store in Manhattan in the next week or two, this one in the Westfield World Trade Center complex.   "We think there may be a different customer downtown," said Nicola Farinetti, the chief executive of Eataly in the United States, where his partner is the Batali & Bastianich Hospitality Group. "We have noted that people get going...

Tarantellas and Broken Hearts

Tarantellas and Broken Hearts

Lots of performances by local musicians, luscious and sensuous Italian music, some good old teary eyed country music, and much much more! This program will air on Sunday July 31st from 7 - 10 p.m.   This week's calendar announcements: The duo Red Tail Ring will be performing at the Huntington Town Library on Thursday August 4th at 7 p.m. On Saturday August 6th Vermont...

BWW Review: FINI DANCE FESTIVAL Parties La Via Italiana

BWW Review: FINI DANCE FESTIVAL Parties La Via Italiana

Though it was hot and muggy on the evening of July 24th, 2016, the jam-packed audience at Manhattan Movement & Arts Center was grinning agog like newly minted parents infatuated with their brood. The cause: a troupe of adorable bambine from Staten Island Ballet performing Ellen Tharp's "Tarantella".   Though only one of these girls was delivering the movement nel modo Italiano,...

How a funeral home in Italian Catholic Dyker Heights opened up to Chinese custom…

How a funeral home in Italian Catholic Dyker Heights opened up to Chinese customers

In 2001, Joe Aievoli put up a small sign in Chinese on the Aievoli Funeral Home in Dyker Heights, which had been serving the area's largely Italian Catholic population since 1900. "People thought he was insane. They said he was going to alienate his other customers," recalled Pat Marmo, owner of Daniel J. Schaefer Funeral Home, who considers Aievoli a...

Doveroso ricordo di Camillo Cianfarra Jr, grande giornalista di origini abruzzes…

Doveroso ricordo di Camillo Cianfarra Jr, grande giornalista di origini abruzzesi

Sono trascorsi esattamente 60 anni dal disastroso affondamento della nave italiana "Andrea Doria". Questo rende doveroso il ricordo di tutte le vittime di quel tragico evento. Pochissimi però sanno che su quella nave viaggiava e morì uno dei più grandi giornalisti abruzzesi: Camillo Massimiliano Cianfarra J. Questi era nato a Long Island nel 1907 ma il padre Camillo, giornalista come...

Italian Festival celebrates a way of life in Niagara Falls

Italian Festival celebrates a way of life in Niagara Falls

It was just five years ago when organizer Carmine Bianco, an elementary school physical education teacher in Niagara Falls, found himself in the unenviable role of Italian Festival rescuer.   He jokingly called the 2012 festival on the front lawn of a friend's Pine Avenue restaurant, "The World's Smallest Italian Festival." Fast forward to 2016 and Bianco, who still works as a gym...

2016-advanced-placement-italian-exam-registers-highest-total-of-students-to-date-making-ap-italian-the-fastest-growing-of-all-ap-foreign-language-coursesMargaret I. Cuomo, M.D., president of the Italian Language Foundation, announced today that The College Board's Advanced Placement Italian Language and Culture exam (AP Italian) in 2016 saw its highest...
e-lora-del-festival-della-musica-italianaIl Festival della Musica Italiana di New York compie 9 anni e si terrà l'11 settembre 2016 dalle 3.30 pomeridiane al Master Theater (Millenium) di Brooklyn, New York". Ad annunciarlo è la versione on line...
fendi-continues-road-trip-across-the-usFendi is taking a road trip across the United States in an Ape Piaggio, the iconic three-wheeled Italian truck created in the late 1940s and specially updated for the US trip. The Roman house has...
suffern-italian-chef-launches-own-web-store-food-lineSuffern chef/owner Marcello Russodivito says cooks are at a disadvantage when cooking their regional Italian dishes without using quality ingredients. So a natural progression for the affable...
contestants-needed-for-miss-italia-pageantWatertown's Miss Italia Pageant is coming up next month. It's part of the annual Bravo Italiano Festival and Kathy Lettiere was on 7 News This Morning to talk about it. Watch the video for her...

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