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A un recente panel collegato al congresso annuale del NOVA (Italian MBA Association), che quest'anno si è tenuto a New York, uno dei partecipanti ha detto che tra gli ostacoli più importanti da superare per il mondo degli affari c'è il fatto che gli italiani e l'Italia non sanno raccontare ed evidenziare i loro successi, ma sono invece molto bravi...

More than 100 gathered at the Storrowtown Tavern & Carriage House Saturday for the UNICO Club of Springfield's 2015 Person of the Year Ceremony.   This year, the honor went to state Rep. Angelo J. Puppolo Jr., who represents the 12th Hampden District, which includes parts of Springfield and Wilbraham.   Read more   Source:&...

Now playing at Contemporary Theater Company in Wakefield, "An Italian Wife" is an expansive theatrical exploration of an Italian-American family saga spanning the 20th century. Presented by Epic Theatre Company, the broad and oftentimes poignant treatment follows an Italian immigrant and her family over the course of her 100-year life. "An Italian...

Along with a new foreword by Philadelphia opera singer, Frank Tenaglia, we find a fresh red, white and green cover and a cover portrait of the early Italian musical genius, Antonio Vivaldi (c.1678 – 1741), a single, fascinating and enlightening fresh topic has been added. It follows, in its entirety.   A TITILLATING TALLY. How easily we...

With summer approaching, Terlato Wines is betting big on the surging rosé category. The Lake Bluff, Illinois-based Terlato is rolling out six new rosé wines across the U.S. market: Il Poggione Brancato from Toscana, Italy ($14.99); Bodegas Valdemar from Rioja, Spain ($13.99); Protea from South Africa ($17.99); Sanford from the Sta. Rita Hills...

The Massachusetts State House welcomed a very special guest on March 17. Receiving an official citation signed by Gov. Charlie Baker, Giovanni Russo was recognized for his 74 years of exemplary labor. His entire family was present at the ceremony inside the State Chamber, including his wife of 60 years, Lucia; his daughters Connie, Julie and Veroni...

The Galbani Italian Heritage and Food Festival of Buffalo will take place July 14-15-16-17 on a six-block stretch of Hertel Avenue between Delaware and Colvin avenues in North Buffalo's Little Italy. It will be open between 11 a.m.-10 p.m. daily, rain or shine.   What to expect: This amounts to the second largest Italian street festival...

di Antonio Carnevale   Un minuscolo pannello fotovoltaico in grado di catturare la luce per stimolare i neuroni e restituire la vista alle persone. È su questo che da qualche anno sta lavorando un team – composto da fisici, neurobiologi, ingegneri biomedici e chirurghi oftalmologi – nei laboratori del dipartimento Neurosciences and Brain Tec...

by Laura Latzko Public programs coordinator Randi Ringnes said the MIM works to make every Experience event, especially ones focusing on the same culture, slightly different. "We've make a conscious effort to switch it up and highlight different artists and showcase Italy in different ways," Ringnes said. "My favorite part about this is we ge...

Creating a memorial sculpture for the Italian immigrant victims of the "Wreck on the Wabash" is personal for Detroit artist Sergio De Guisti. An Italian-American immigrant himself, De Guisti said when he heard of the effort in Adrian to recognize the victims of the 1901 train crash, he wanted to put his all into honoring the victims. So he is...

by Tony Lo Bianco   On June 25th, I won an Emmy for my work on the Just A Common Soldier video. And my producing team also won an Emmy. In my hundred plus film career, I'm extremely proud of the message that honors America's military veterans who we owe our freedom to.   As of now, this beautiful video has received over 19,200,00...

It took years of often tense negotiations, but on Tuesday the Italian Ministry of Culture and the Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek art museum in Copenhagen signed an agreement that includes the return of archaeological artifacts that Italy said had been looted from Italian soil.   "What at first looked as if it would turn into a legal, political deadl...