October 28, 2020, Wednesday, 9:00 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Center for Italian Studies at Stony Brook University. A roster of historians, political scientists, literary experts, and art historians will discuss the different implications on society of the current pandemic with special attention to the Italian - US relationship. All presentations will be in Eng...

Oct 27 at 7pm. Presented by Rosemary Novellino-Mearns. $10. Live-Streamed & On-Demand Webinar. Click here for more info & to register. The true story of how Radio City Music Hall, Art Deco masterpiece and one of New York City's iconic tourist attractions and cultural landmarks, was saved from demolition is told at last. Nearly forty years later, Ro...

Great news, amici – La Pizza & La Pasta is now open! Book your table and be one of the first to enjoy indoor dining at La Pizza & La Pasta. While pizza and pasta are just the tip of the Italian iceberg, there's a reason these two culinary staples are the most beloved exports from Italy. ù La Pizza & La Pasta is Eataly NYC Downtown's largest restaur...

Mon, 10/26/2020 - 6:30pm. ONline event host by Casa Italiana Zerilli Marimò. General RSVP here. Participation is free. What Makes it Italian? Discovering Regional Characteristics in Music Bologna’s central geographic position and flourishing academic life give its music a distinctly cosmopolitan flair. Music includes Respighi’s “Ancient airs and da...

On the occasion of Columbus Day 2020, NYC Council Member Paul Vallone said, “For centuries, Italian Americans have helped shape the course of our nation’s history. Though we were unable to celebrate as we traditionally do, marching down 5th Avenue and with our City Hall Celebration, it’s my honor to celebrate this Italian Heritage Month and recogni...

An Inwood restaurant is getting into the Italian spirit this weekend by holding a San Gennaro festival in the neighborhood. The Tryon Public House is hosting the Uptown San Gennaro Festival starting at 3 p.m. on Saturday. The celebration will take place both inside and outside the restaurant, and all guests are asked to maintain social distancing s...

The story behind the Mother Cabrini statue unveiled by Gov. Andrew Cuomo in a ceremony in Battery Park on Oct. 12 is one of perseverance and artistic vision. The sculptors, Giancarlo Biagi and his adopted daughter Jill Burkee-Biagi, gave The Tablet an inside view of their process from concept to completion. The bronze statue, depicting a young Moth...

Town of Babylon Councilman Anthony Manetta welcomed Anthony Naccarato, President Order Sons & Daughters of Italy in America, Grand Lodge of New York and Carmine Soldano, President of the Constantino Brumidi Lodge of the Sons & Daughters of Italy in Deer Park to Town Hall to recognize them as part of Italian American Heritage Month in the town.  "An...

October 20th • 7:00-9:00pm - Raphael Santi/Sanzio – Celebrating His Art 500 Years After His Death. Leonardo, Michelangelo, and Raphael, all three known by their first names, are considered the greatest masters of Italian High Renaissance. Raphael created his own recognizable style -serene celestial beauty of religious paintings – but learned from,...

Italian American tradition has many cornerstones, and the Dance of the Giglio is one the most awe-inspiring. To build a Giglio is a feat onto itself, and then to dance this multi-story piece of art is another grand accomplishment altogether. The Giglio Boys of Williamsburg along with their friends from East Harlem, Franklin Square Long Island and m...