La Camera di Commercio Italo-Americana a Miami (IACCSE) ha il piacere di annunciare l'organizzazione di una missione esplorativa, dal 19 al 22 Maggio 2014, mirata ad aziende italiane, che operano nel settore delle infrastrutture, interessate ad incontrarsi con esperti e responsabili dei prinicipali porti del sud est degli Stati Uniti. I porti in q...

The IACC Chapter in South Carolina hosted a delegation from Miami leaded by Hon. Gloria Bellelli, Consul General of Italy. The mission included a visit to the office of our member MSC, a meeting with the Italian business and community leaders, and a Networking Event for members and guests at National Bank of South Carolina.   During the...

by Bret Thorn   Jacques Larson started cooking in Iowa City, Iowa, while studying English and history at the University of Iowa, but he has been cooking in the Southeast for most of the past 17 years.   He arrived in Charleston, S.C., in 1996 as the opening sous chef of the Peninsula Grill. In 2001 he moved to Greensboro, N.C., for hi...

Brochures have been mailed, the website has been launched, and tickets to the 2014 season of Spoleto Festival USA are officially ON SALE! With so many fantastic performances, knowing where to start can be tricky. Our suggestion? Just go for it!   And just in case you need a little extra encouragement, here is our list of the top 10 reasons t...

The West Virginia Division of Culture and History's Culinary Cultures program will be held from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Monday.The program features sessions with chefs and food specialists from around the state. Monday's session is "That's Italian" with Jeremy Still of Edgewood Country Club.The sessions each include three classes and cost $60 per person. Th...

Crews are hustling at Le Farfalle to get the forthcoming Italian restaurant up and running soon at 15 Beaufain St. The door displays the logo, but there's still a lot going into the space right now. Le Farfalle predicted a June opening, but with two more days left in the month, that's highly unlikely.   Eater has a feeling Charleston is will...

The King Street Marketing Group and the Italy America Chamber of Commerce introduce the Charleston Italian Festival. The event will be a celebration of Italian culture, arts, food, wine and automobiles. It will be held on Daniel Island from noon to 7:00 p.m., September 19, the Feast of San Gennaro.   The Charleston Italian Festival will...

The 40th season of the Spoleto Festival USA opened Friday amid tributes to the men who established the internationally known art festival and remembrances of the nine people fatally shot in a city church last year during a Bible study. Hundreds gathered under a bright sun in front of City Hall as Mayor John Tecklenburg lauded former Mayor Joe Rile...

by Hanna Raskin   Almost a year after relocating to Charleston from New York City, celebrated chef Michael Toscano has announced plans to open a restaurant in the space currently occupied by Leaf. Le Farfalle will feature "regional Italian food," with an emphasis on housemade pasta, vegetables and seafood, according to publicist Nicole...

by Deidre Schipani   The culinary latitude and longitude has shifted on the corner that chef Ken Vedrinski originally established as a restaurant. Red-and-white checkered tablecloths have replaced the racing silks of Siena; the cuisine of Tuscany is pre-empted by that of Apulia, Campania and Sicily. Ristorante LIDI, the current resident, pro...