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E’ indetta la selezione per l’assunzione presso l’Ambasciata d’Italia a Washington di un impiegato con contratto temporaneo (della durata di sei mesi) da adibire ai servizi di Collaboratore amministrativo. Possono candidarsi coloro che siano in possesso dei seguenti requisiti alla data del presente avviso: abbiano compiuto il 18° anno di età; siano...

Nothing beats the authenticity, freshness and experience of a genuine Italian deli, and luckily there are many outstanding outlets in the area to choose from.  For the best of hot and cold Italian meats, cheeses, sandwiches, pastas, salads, desserts, and other specialties, the following great delis bring a little bit of Italy to Central Jersey and...

The winners of our 2018 video contest on the 12 fundamental principles of the Italian Constitution, part of Italian Language Week her in the US, were honored yesterday at the Embassy of Italy in Washington DC during an Award Ceremony. Domenico Bellantone, First Counselor, opened the ceremony illustrating the actuality of the Italian Constitution to...

The Mille Miglia is coming to America. One of the most famous car races in the world, the original Mille Miglia was held quasi-annually in the 30 years between 1927 and 1957 on a 1000-mile circuit that formed a bent loop between Brescia, Bologna, Rome, and Milan. Italian cars such as Alfa Romeos, Maseratis, Lancias, and Ferraris dominated the race,...

Osteria Costa, a casino-based Italian restaurant specializing in dishes from the Amalfi Coast, lands at MGM National Harbor this Wednesday, October 24. The newcomer in the glass-encased atrium level fills a gap left behind by the January closure of celebrity chef Marcus Samuelsson’s attempted D.C. venture. Osteria Costa, the opulent facility’s firs...

From a press release: “Nicholas Stefanelli Opens Officina, an Italian Culinary Mecca at The Wharf, D.C.’s Newest Neighborhood Featuring a curated marketplace, trattoria, year-round rooftop, and D.C.’s only Amaro Library Nicholas Stefanelli, chef and owner of D.C.’s Michelin-starred Masseria, opens Officina at The Wharf, joining a group of D.C.’s mo...

The National Organization of Italian American Women's DC Chapter will host an event at the Library of Congress this Thursday, October 25th, from 6-8pm.  This free event will feature a symposium and treasure display on Italian-Americans before and during World War II.Constance Morella will moderate the symposium and Linda Barrett Osborne and Fr. Ezi...

“I don’t have levels of food,” says Joe Scarpinato, “No matter what, it’s all the same quality.” Scarpinato was referring to the food that is served in both the restaurant and catering sides of his newly relocated Scarpinato’s Cucina & Catering, as well as the food for take-out orders and off-premise catering. The restaurant owner recently moved hi...

Celebrate Italian American Heritage Month with Nutley UNICO and the Nutley Public Library with a screening of Mia Madre (My Mother), on Thursday, Oct. 25 at 7 p.m. According to a library news release, the 2015 award-winning Italian language film with English subtitles stars Margherita Buy as a woman facing a career crisis as well as caring for her...

An Italian artist is visiting the area this month through a cultural exchange program with Este, Fredericksburg’s sister city in northern Italy. Nadir Frizzarin, an artist who creates on canvas, in sculpture and on the human body as a tattooist, has been in Fredericksburg since Oct. 15. In a free event Sunday evening, he’ll exhibit works and talk...

Sunday October 28 2:00 pm - Rutgers University's College Avenue Student Center, 126 College Avenue, New Brunswick, NJ. Admission: $15; open to the public. Contact: Robert DiBiase 848-445-4163 commission@njitalianheritage.org. How successful is your life changing Italian scholarship, or course, if hardly anyone knows it exists? New Jersey has many g...

Saturday, October 27, 2018 | 7 p.m. Duquesne University Power Center Ballroom, 1015 Forbes Ave., Pittsburgh, PA. Admission is free with ticket registration. You are invited to attend a documentary screening celebrating the Italian American experience. Brothers James J. and Justice Louis L. Manderino from Monessen, Pennsylvania were born two of six...