On a recent episode of Eat Drink D-FW, the Dallas Morning News food team sat down with chef Paola Saglietti of Eataly Dallas. Saglietti is a native of Torino, Italy, and has worked for Eataly for six years. She shared some holiday cooking and entertaining tips (like be sure to cook with other people around you!), plus some of her favorite “cozy foo...

Some actors grow huffy when asked about a role from 20 years ago, but Michael Imperioli remains grateful about the chance to play Christopher Moltisanti. He happily reflects on “The Sopranos,” despite the many roles he’s since had including starring on “Lincoln Rhyme: Hunt for the Bone Collector” and “Detroit 1-8-7.” Imperioli, 56, began his career...

This week on JobMakers, host Denzil Mohammed talks with Giovanni Ruscitti, son of immigrants from Italy; founding partner at the law firm of Berg Hill Greenleaf Ruscitti in Boulder, Colorado; and author of the just-released Cobblestones, Conversations and Corks: A Son’s Discovery of His Italian Heritage. Giovanni shares his family story, of his gra...

Nine legendary members of the broadcast community will be inducted into the 2021 Massachusetts Broadcasters Association Hall of Fame during a luncheon ceremony on Thursday, Sept. 30, at the Boston Quincy Marriott Hotel. Laura Carlo has been WCRB’s Morning Program host for more than two decades. Under the station’s original ownership she also hosted...

Every Sunday at Noon, the public can listen in to “Sacramento Italian Style”, hosted by Society President Phyllis Cupparo. We are proud to announce that Phyllis has won an award as Radio Producer of The Year- 2022 from KUBU Radio station for her weekly broadcasts of The Society’s Italian American Radio Show “Sacramento Italian Style.” Phyllis has b...

Several years after Italian oriented radio programs ceased broadcasting in the Delaware Valley, a group of Italian-American business owners and other individuals funded the return of Italian American radio programming. On Sunday, Nov. 13, 2013, at 8 a.m., “Radio Italian Style” debuted on Wilmington’s WILM 1450 AM. The sponsors engaged the talents o...

Last month, Pasquale “Pat Delsi” Del Signore, 86, passed away peacefully at home. Born in Sulmona, Italy, Pat grew up in Camden before marrying his wife, Margie (nee Tryka) and moving to Haddon Heights, N.J. Pat began his radio career on Sept. 21, 1953, and worked in broadcasting with WCAM. He bought the station, then named WSSJ, in 1980 and owned...

All road trips come to an end at some point. On Saturday, The best of car calls has been broadcasted for the last time on WBUR. Car call Started in 1977 as a local show on WBUR, with brothers Tom and Ray Magliozzi from Cambridge behind the microphones. A decade later, the show went national and became a huge and enduring hit for NPR. Meanwhile, the...

A cup of hot cocoa in front of a crackling fire in the fall. Peacefully floating on a raft on a small river in Tennessee. Sundown over the mountains of Colorado. As soothing, comforting and embracing as those things are, the voice of radio legend Dick Biondi is just as special to me. Which is ironic, because he is referred to as one of the original...

This year marks the seventy-fifth anniversary of “The Voice of Frank Sinatra,” the first recorded album by the Italian-American singer from Hoboken. Through all that time, and through many labels and shifting styles—through fifty-nine albums, from those first crooner hits to the incomparable records, by turns swinging and saddened, of the nineteen-...