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Each year on January 27, the United Nations remembers the many people of Jewish origin affected by the Holocaust and this day is officially called the "International Day of Commemoration in Memory of the Victims of the Holocaust" (Il Giorno della Memoria). To remember the victims of the Holocaust, on Thursday, January 27, 2022 the ICCC in collabora...

Former LSU coach Paul Mainieri was inducted Friday night into the Louisiana Baseball Coaches Association Hall of Fame at the River Oaks Event Center in Lafayette, La. The Hall of Fame ceremony capped the first day of the annual LBCA Convention, which continues Saturday at Rock‘n’Bowl in Lafayette. Among the other members of the 2022 LBCA Hall of Fa...

If you believe in destiny, you would have to believe that someone named Jerry DelliGati was born to run a sandwich shop. For the 11 years he was a bartender at Schooners Sports Bar on the Northeast Side, he regularly cooked and served lavish food spreads that featured meatloaf, sausage and pasta dishes for patrons on NFL Sundays and for other event...

Lombardi Cucina Italiana has a target opening of early February at 6655 Winning Drive, Ste. 605, Frisco. Danilo Dinardo, vice president of Lombardi Family Concepts, said an exact opening date will depend upon supplies arriving on time for the restaurant. The new Italian restaurant will join several other concepts announced to open at The Star in 20...

More than 20 years ago, Ekrem Hyseni and Alban Bulliqi came to America, bringing dishes from the kitchens of Venice, Italy with them. Now their restaurant, Adriatic Cafe, is serving those dishes for the people of Katy. Adriatic Cafe, which specializes in Italian dishes, opened late December in Katy. Located at 27240 Katy Freeway, the restaurant off...

St. Dominic Catholic Church was originally a mission parish of St. Anthony of Padua Church on Canal Street. As Lakeview grew, St. Dominic was established as a separate parish in 1924. According to its website, the church at that time was located at Harrison Avenue and Catina Street, in a building that also housed St. Dominic School. A new church bu...

When one restaurant closes here in Amarillo it seems another one opens. Which really is great news. I love having all these options. We can go to a different restaurant every single day for many months. What is bad about that? A new place is hoping to open this week. They did a test run over the weekend strictly serving their menu to-go. They have...

Ready for all of your pasta dreams to come true? Join us on Wednesday, January 26 or Sunday, January 30 for an Eataly Pasta Night!  Here at Eataly Dallas, we carry pasta throughout our store and restaurants. This Pasta Night is an evening to eat, shop, and learn about all the pastas we make ourselves, and some of our favorite artisanal pasta di gra...

Owning a restaurant requires a lot of passion and sacrifice, Maria Macri said, adding that she and her husband, Joe, have put a lot of both into Elm & Magnolia—a restaurant, bar and event venue the couple owns in Old Town Spring. Maria, an outgoing New Jersey native who grew up working at her father’s restaurant, and Joe, a reserved former Manhatta...

Wednesday, Jan. 19 from 6 - 7 p.m. in the Otteneheimer Theater, Historic Arkansas Museum, 200 E 3rd Street, Little Rock, AR. They came looking for the promised land. They found a nightmare. And they built it into a new life. This is the story of the Italians of Sunnyside. Lured from Italy to buy parts of Sunnyside Plantation, instead they were litt...

A vaccine authorized in December for use in India may help solve one of the most vexing problems in global public health: How to supply lower-income countries with a COVID-19 vaccine that is safe, effective and affordable. The vaccine is called CORBEVAX. It uses old but proven vaccine technology and can be manufactured far more easily than most, if...

Pasta. I mean, what’s not to love? And at Eat’Italian, the restaurant located in the heart of Greenbrier that’s been around for less than a year, pasta is all over the menu. As it should be. Word on the street is that the food at Eat’Italian is quite good, so I made my way up to the town 45 minutes north of Little Rock for a pasta-filled lunch. Fir...