NEWS FROM : SOUTH EAST  

Peter Sebastian Cimino was a young man from Tampa who loved fishing, God and serving in the U.S. Army. Sunday, March 3, his mother and father received a visit no parent ever wants. The soldiers came to say that Cimino, 19, a private with the 173d Airborne Brigade Combat team, stationed at Caserma Ederle, in Vicenza, Italy, was found dead on base. “...

When Gary’s on Spring, the upscale restaurant in the Irish Hill neighborhood, closed last February, it was a surprise to most and a disappointment to its regular customers. Now there are plans in the works for a new restaurant to open in the space, located at S. 204 Spring St.: Palatucci’s Italian America Ristorante. According to a post on the busi...

Franco Contaldo knows there’s an easy way to ruin a good Italian dish. “People use too much garlic,” he said. “You want to taste it, but you don’t want it to overpower everything else.” When he makes pesto, he doesn’t even put garlic in it. Before you think him a madman, give his Pesto Delicato recipe at the end of this article a try, and have a lo...

La Dolci Mania is a cafe first and foremost. Located in Carolina Forest next to the Ollie’s, the cafe opened this month. It’s currently serving sandwiches, some traditional baked goods and desserts, and starting next week — soups. While it does not have the full offerings of a bakery, everything is made in house with several products coming from It...

Lou Benfante went to great pains to look like Ormsby Mitchel, the Civil War general. And William Hilton, the explorer. This way, he literally stepped into history, dressed as two pillars of Hilton Head Island’s past as best as a Lehigh University history major (magna cum laude) and retired supply-chain management executive could do it. And in the p...

Italian builder the Ferretti Group premiered its new flybridge yacht Riva 90 Argo on March 19 in Miami. This 27,4-metre yacht named after a ship from the Greek mythology, is set to be the next one from the group’s Riva Flybridge generation, featuring sleek design and large carbon fibre-framed windows. The vessel was developed in close collaboration...

The Gelato Festival America is taking place this Saturday and you can experience all-you-can-eat gelato at the event. The Gelato Festival America is a competition hosted by Miami, where different contestants bring different flavors of gelato to compete for the ultimate prize. Each contestant at the Gelato Festival America has already won the gold m...

Miami, 31.05.2019 Il “marchio Italia” presente nel sud-est degli Stati Uniti e, in particolar modo, nella città metropolitana di Miami si caratterizza per l’azione delle aziende italiane attive in vari settori: solo per citarne alcuni, costruzioni civili, produzione di macchinari di precisione, tecnologia dell’informazione, arte classica e contempo...

Francesco Molinari clinched a two-stroke victory at the Arnold Palmer Invitational when he stormed home with a closing eight-under-par 64 in Florida on Sunday. The British Open champion enjoyed his "best putting day ever" which he capped off by sinking a 45-foot birdie at the difficult par-four 18th at Bay Hill in Orlando. The usually low-key Itali...

A replica of the tall ship Santa Maria will be visiting Brunswick and St. Augustine in April. The replica of one of the world’s most famous sailing and discovery ships took more than a year to build in Spain’s Punta Umbría shipyards. About one hundred craftsmen, carpenters, historians, mechanics and others made up the ship’s multi-disciplinary cons...

As the South Beach Wine and Food Festival celebrates its 18th year on Miami Beach this week, the Thursday night special “Barilla’s Italian Bites on the Beach” is back and hosted again by top chef, author, and TV personality Giada De Laurentiis. CBS4’s Lisa Petrillo caught up Giada during last year’s event, asking her why she thinks this event is so...

At the beginning of February, Queen’s Grant Latin teacher Ben Henkel undertook an unexpected lesson with his Latin students: they made fresh pasta together. If asked what they might eat in modern day Rome, most people would probably imagine a huge bowl of pasta with marinara sauce.   The ancient Romans did eat pasta as well as many of the staples o...