Lowellville is a small village nestled along the banks of the Mahoning River, just west of the Pennsylvania border and nine miles from Youngstown.   You won't find the streets busy with tourists like you do in the big city "Little Italys" around the country, but nonetheless if the Mahoning Valley were pressed to designate an entire town as a...

One of Pioneer Square's most prominent vacancies is about to be filled by one of the historic neighborhood's most colorful characters and boosters. Restaurateur Luigi DeNunzio is putting the finishing touches on Che Sara Sara at First Avenue South and South Main Street. That's the corner of the Grand Central Building last occupied by Megan Mary Ol...

Italian immigrants entered the Great Plains first as missionaries (Fra Marco da Nizza, 1495-1558 and Eusebio Francisco Kino, 1645-1711 were two) and later as adventurers ( Count Leonetto Cipriani, 1816-1888 and Italian American Charles Siringo, 1855-1928, for example). Since Italy was not a unified country until the Risorgimento (1860-70), early tr...

The Italian American Museum Cordially invites you to attend the opening reception for "Who Do You Think I Am?/Chi Pensi Che Io Sono?" Solo Exhibition by Antonio Petracca Friday, March 27, 2015 - 6:30 P.M. Refreshments will be served R.S.V.P. 212.965.9000 info@ItalianAmericanMuseum.org   Artist's Statement:...

Are you longing for the sights, sounds and flavors of Italy? The 32nd Annual Great Eldorado Italian Festival is celebrating Italian culture and traditions this weekend at downtown Reno, according to an official with Eldorado Reno.   On Saturday, October 12 and Sunday, October 13, 2013, people can visit the festival and enjoy grape stomp...

Knowing the existence of a few books about the literary production of the Italians in America - from 1776 to World War II - written by a Neapolitan professor named Francesco Durante, we asked him to be interviewed, not knowing that thanks to him we would discover a world. An exceptional world, information very interesting and known by only a few, w...

The Italian American Museum and Italytime present: A Night of Corto-s (A Night of Short Films). You are cordially invited to attend "A Night of Short Films" at the Italian American Museum this Saturday, December 20th.   For the first time in New York City, italytime unites "Corto-s (Short Films) and Theater" in one special night where n...

Ambassador of Italy to the United Stated Claudio Bisogniero will be visiting Southern California in April, for his second official mission since last Fall. His presence here will honor the success received by the many initiatives for the 2013 – Year of the Italian Culture in the U.S. Ambassador Bisogniero will be present at the opening of Sicily:...

by Nina Garin   San Diego's Little Italy is a place to find top-notch restaurants, bars and events. But it wasn't always like that. Thanks to Marco Li Mandri, the area's been improving and growing since 1995.   Li Mandri, 58, knows quite a bit about building communities. He's president of New City America, a company that forms and ma...

You are cordially invited to attend a presentation by Prof. Louis J. Gesualdi, who will be discussing his book The Italian/American Experience: A Collection of Writings, at the Italian American Museum on Thursday, March 20.   The Italian/American Experience: A Collection of Writings represents a meaningful beginning to inform Italian America...