La Trentunesima Cena Annuale di Gala di Filitalia International (FI) si è svolta al Celebrations Banquet Hall, in Bensalem, PA dalle 16.30 fino alle 22.30 di domenica 11 novembre 2018. Il Maestro di Cerimonia della serata di gala è stato Marco Circelli, Direttivo Esecutivo di FI, il quale ha ricordato ai presenti che l’organizzazione celebra il tre...

An Italian cafe/restaurant called Fiore is on the way to the former Kanella South space in Queen Village. Ed Crochet and Justine MacNeil, two pedigreed chefs last in New York, have signed a lease for 757 S. Front St., which last was Kanella South after a brief spell as Village Belle, which followed a decades-long run as Frederick's. (Kanella's Kons...

Parliamo di te del tuo arrivo negli Usa a 25 anni e la formazione artistica all’Accademia di Arte di Philadelphia?“Sono nata a Roma ed ho sempre disegnato e dipinto poi intorno ai 25 anni ho deciso di andare negli Stati Uniti per conoscere me stessa. Ho vissuto in diverse città della costa orientale ed occidentale, e mi sono trasferita a Philadelph...

The Heritage Ballroom on MacDade Boulevard was packed Sunday evening, when the honorees’ friends, colleagues and family members joined Ciao Delco groups and their guests, to pay tribute to Dan Amoroso and family, owners of Amoroso Baking Company, Dr. Laverne Harmon, president of Wilmington University, and Dave White, owner of DWD Mechanical Contrac...

A company based in Italy, has chosen a location York County for its first property that it has purchased in the United States. The nearly 35,000-square-foot property at 1670 Toronita St. in Manchester Township will serve as the North American headquarters for Atos, an industrial hydraulic valve manufacturer. The current tenant is looking to relocat...

Monday October 29, 2018, “The Art of Objects: The Birth of Italian Industrial Culture, 1878-1928”. Luca Cottini, PhD, Villanova University - 800 E. Lancaster Avenue - Villanova, PA 19085. 4:30 p.m., Speaker’s Corner, Falvey Memorial Library. Distinct from the Italian Fashion lecture series, Dr. Cottini discusses his recently published book, which e...

This column is a partial thank-you to the creepy cowards who vandalized the Christopher Columbus statue at Broad and Oregon and the History of Italian Immigration Museum on East Passyunk Avenue. Because of your vandalism, I met Michael Bonasera, a listener and one of the people who founded and runs the museum. On our recent tour, Bonasera said: "Th...

If you’re looking for a super-authentic South Philly Italian meal in the city these days—a classic chicken parm or meatballs in red gravy—you better know someone who’s willing to invite you over for dinner, or hope that Mr. Joe’s is open. (The little restaurant run by Vincent Termini, Sr. known for its authentic dishes is also known for being prett...

Saturday, Nov. 3 | 3 p.m. | Detre Library & Archives at the History Center - 1212 Smallman Street, Pittsburgh, PA, 15222. During World War II, the U.S. government interned more than 1,200 captured Italian soldiers at the Letterkenny Army Ordnance Depot near Chambersburg, Pa. These troops collaborated with the United States in a collective effort to...

A new Italian spot, offering pizza and salads, has made its debut in the neighborhood. Called Pat's Pizza & Pasta, the new addition is located at 1410 South St. in Graduate Hospital. Expect to see a diverse selection of traditional Italian and American eats, including pizza, burgers, pasta and sandwiches. Look for the new lobster ravioli stuffed wi...