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6th Annual Italian Feast and Carnival!

6th Annual Italian Feast and Carnival!

September 17/20 - Blauvelt Sons of Italy - 46 Van Wyck Rd, Blauvelt, New York 10913Annual Italian Feast and Carnival to Take Place September 17th – 20th: Four Day Festival offers something for every Member of the Family   The Rockland Lodge 2176 of the Sons of Italy will host the 6th Annual Italian Feast and Carnival this September 17th through the 20th. The event...

Contemporary Italian designers in New York

Contemporary Italian designers in New York

17 SEPTEMBER 2015 / 6:00 PM - 8:00 PMCIMA - 421 BROOME STREET, 4TH FLOOR NEW YORK, NY 10013 T 646 370 3596Italian designers are no strangers to New York City, with many famous Italian designers having lived and worked in New York. Many of them have shaped New York – as much as the city has shaped them –...

San Gennaro Feast 2015: 6 things Staten Island needs to know

San Gennaro Feast 2015: 6 things Staten Island needs to know

by Pamela Silvestri   Called the "Feast of All Feasts" by organizers, the San Gennaro street festival is ready to roll for 2015. The event, which attracts over a million revelers in a salute to the Patron Saint of Naples, Italy, is set for Sept. 10-20.   1. THE HISTORY Little Italy's San Gennaro festival began in 1926, a celebration of Saint Januarius (translated from...

Federico Vercellone, thinking and Imagination: Between Science and Art

Federico Vercellone, thinking and Imagination: Between Science and Art

Date: Wednesday, September 16, 2015 Hours: 6PM Venue: Italian Cultural Institute of New York Organized by: ICIReserve Panelist:Giovanna Borradori (Vassar College) e Achille Varzi (Columbia Uni.)   "Thinking and Imagination" makes a fundamental contribution to the understanding of the image as a new cultural environment and as the place where the knowledge of late-modern life is shaped. Developing critically Goethe's notion of morphology, the image is...

Il Festival della Canzone Italiana di New York 2015

Il Festival della Canzone Italiana di New York 2015

Il Festival della Canzone Italiana di New York giunge quest'anno alla sua ottava edizione, che si terrà, come nell'ultima occasione, domenica 13 settembre 2015 presso il prestigioso teatro all'interno del Christ The King Center di New York. Il Festival, nato dall'iniziativa dell'Associazione Culturale Italiana di New York, ha rappresentato fin dalle sue origini, un veicolo per la promozione della cultura italiana...

Bronx educator retires after 42 years

Bronx educator retires after 42 years

By Jaime Williams   The Bronx is losing a long-time educator. Roseann Carotenuto, most recently a regional superintendent for the Archdiocese of New York, has retired after a 42-year career in Bronx Catholic schools. Carotenuto's love for education goes back to when she was a kid, she said, when she would rather read or play 'school' than play with dolls.   "I always knew I was...

Italian Feast sets attendance record in New Hyde Park

Italian Feast sets attendance record in New Hyde Park

By Noah Manskar The Order Sons of Italy's annual Italian Feast saw its biggest crowd ever last weekend. At least 11,500 people attended the festival at Michael J. Tully Park in New Hyde Park from Aug. 26-30, a record for the event, said Alfonso Squillante, president of the Order's Cellini Lodge. The count not yet final, but the lodge expects it to...

The Italian Americans — Our History, Ourselves: Author Book Presentation and Hig…

The Italian Americans — Our History, Ourselves: Author Book Presentation and High Tea

Join the Staten Island Network for a High Tea featuring Maria Laurino, author of The Italian Americans: A History, a richly researched, beautifully designed and illustrated companion book to the much-anticipated PBS series that aired in February 2015. Laurino's presentation, "The Italian American Experience — Our History, Ourselves," will discuss the necessity of separating myth from reality to uncover the true...

An evening in Lazio - Benefit dinner

An evening in Lazio - Benefit dinner

Celebrating 35 Years of the Calandra Institute at PICCOLO FIORE RISTORANTE - 230 EAST 44TH STREET, Manhattan (between 2nd and 3rd Avenues) - Wednesday, September 16, 2015 - 7pm to 9pm   Lazio is a region of central Italy bordered by the Tyrrhenian Sea, traversed by the waters of the Tiber River, and characterized by mountains and verdant hills that slope down to the coast. It is...

Mario Lanza: The Man and His Music

Mario Lanza: The Man and His Music

Join Us For "Mario Lanza: The Man & His Music" at Casa BelvedereTuesday, September 15th @ 7:00 PM. A one-hour audiovisual presentation and talk on the life and career of the legendary tenor from Philadelphia by noted Lanza authority Bill Ronayne. The presentation includes rare early private recordings and radio appearances, a photo slide show, clips from all seven films plus a rare live...

Gallery Talk: A Conversation on Contemporary Art with Fabrizio Ruggiero

Gallery Talk: A Conversation on Contemporary Art with Fabrizio Ruggiero

September 14, 2015 -  06:00 PM. Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimò, 24 West 12th Street, New York, NY 10011 Artist Fabrizio Ruggiero in conversation with Idanna Pucci. On the occasion of the exhibition of works by Ruggiero The Transformative Power of Art, on view through October 1 at Casa Italiana. In ENGLISH.   Since his childhood in Naples, Fabrizio Ruggiero has been fascinated by surfaces shaped by nature over time;...

Chazz Palminteri’s Vision to Bring ‘A Bronx Tale’ Musical to Broadway

Chazz Palminteri’s Vision to Bring ‘A Bronx Tale’ Musical to Broadway

by Michael Calia   In everything he does, Chazz Palminteri wants to tell you a story. Whether he's pitching vodka or telling you about his new restaurant, or even describing the acting talents of Tom Hardy, the 63-year-old actor, writer and director frames it as a narrative. But if there's one story he will always be known for, it's "A Bronx Tale,"...

A Look at the 2015 Festa di San Rocco in Astoria, Queens

A Look at the 2015 Festa di San Rocco in Astoria, Queens

Saturday afternoon (August 29th), I joined members of the Societá Gioventú Quagliettana in Astoria, Queens for the Feast of San Rocco. This year's celebration marked the Golden Anniversary of the society's beautiful statue, imported from Naples 50 years ago.   Joining the Quaglietta Society on their special day were Nicola Trombetta (President of the Federazione Delle Associazioni Della Campania USA), Joseph DiPietro...

Mario Lanza Society Fall Luncheon

Mario Lanza Society Fall Luncheon

September 12 (Saturday) 1:00 pm - Mario Lanza Society Fall LuncheonCelebrate the great voice and career of Mario Lanza with good food, music and those interested in the beloved tenor. Activities include updates by Bill Ronanye, Society President, a live performance by an upcoming young opera singer, highlights from Mario Lanza's performances and our usual "Name the Tenor Quiz" by Opera...

Mezzo secolo di pittura italiana. Da Sent a New York

Mezzo secolo di pittura italiana. Da Sent a New York

Dal prossimo 30 ottobre, negli spazi progettati da Norman Foster sulla Bowery a New York, gli astrattisti italiani saranno protagonisti di una mostra che vuole stupire: Painting in Italy 1910s-1950s. Futurism, Abstraction, Concrete Art. L'elenco degli artisti è lungo, a partire dalla figura di Giacomo Balla, che rappresenta il primo esempio di astrattismo puro in Europa. Saranno inoltre presenti Badiali, Bertini,...

Help us complete the documentary The Barese icemen of New York

Help us complete the documentary The Barese icemen of New York

Help us complete the documentary. Premieres: November 14th, 2015 - New York. Fundraising deadline: October 15th, 2015   "The Barese Icemen of New York" follows the story of the Apulia (Italy) emigrants who landed in the United State with nothing, and yet from the 1920's to the 1960's, these people dominated the ice business in the state of New York. A business that, until the...

The 10th Annual Little Italy StreetFest

The 10th Annual Little Italy StreetFest

Saturday, September 12, 12/21 - The Annual Little Italy StreetFest  - Union St at N Jay St, Schenectady Whose ready for the 10th Annual Little Italy StreetFest? This year we have a lot in store for you!   ~~Street Businesses Participating: The following businesses will be pumping out their key dishes and services that you all know and love as well as new dishes and services that...

IAWA’s Open Reading Series Featuring Nancy Caronia & Edvige Giunta – Septemb…

IAWA’s Open Reading Series Featuring Nancy Caronia & Edvige Giunta – September 12, 2015

WHEN: Saturday, SEPTEMBER 12, 2015 @ 5:45 PM WHERE: @ Cornelia St. Café @ 29 Cornelia St. off Bleeker WHO: Nancy Caronia is a Lecturer in the Honors Program at University of Rhode Island, where she teaches contemporary literature, composition, and creative writing. Caronia's creative writing has most recently appeared in Animal, New Delta Review, Lowestoft Chronicles, biostories,and The Missing Slate .   Her...

Italian Wine Notes: Wines of Veneto

Italian Wine Notes: Wines of Veneto

September 10, 6:30 pm — 9:00 pmWestchester Italian Cultural Center  - 24 Depot Square, TuckahoeMembers: $60; Member's Guest: $75   Be dazzled by one of the oldest Italian wine making families: the Bertani family. Centuries of expertise, deep ties to the land, and a passion for innovation which sustains the family philosophy have all been translated into the creation of a series of worldclass...

I vini italiani: sempre nel cuore dei newyorchesi

I vini italiani: sempre nel cuore dei newyorchesi

Sono appena rientrata dalla Wine Bloggers Conference che si è svolta nell'area dei Finger Lakes, nello stato di New York. Nel mio ultimo articolo, avevo già scritto dei bei Riesling che avevo avuto occasione di provare prima della conferenza. Ma durante il mio viaggio sono stata ancora più piacevolmente sorpresa non solo da altri dei loro Riesling, ma dalla scoperta...

StoryCorps in Rochester: Rosita Caridi-Miller, Italy

StoryCorps in Rochester: Rosita Caridi-Miller, Italy

by David Riley   She had to make a choice. If she had stayed in Italy with my father and me, then she would have lost the right to come to America because she would have been 21 the next year, and no longer a minor.   So she made the choice of leaving my father and me in Italy and coming here to...

Studies Reveal Ethnic Pride Linked to-success in Youth

Studies Reveal Ethnic Pride Linked to-success in Youth

Researchers combed through the abstracts of over 6,000 studies to analyze how positive a person feels about their own race or ethnicity. In a meta-analysis published Feb. 3 in the journal Child Development, researchers concluded that feelings of ethnic pride and happiness in youths positively affect their behavior and academic success.   "Across all of these studies, (researchers) found that having a positive...

Performers, Writers and Artists in Piazza Napoli at San Gennaro Feast

Performers, Writers and Artists in Piazza Napoli at San Gennaro Feast

Seeking musicians, performance artists, actors, singers, writers, graphic artists, readers, jugglers, acrobats, original acts.   The upcoming San Gennaro Feast is the largest and most visible annual Italian cultural expression in New York City. The Lt. Joseph Petrosino Lodge, through the auspices of its Chaplain Msgr. Sakano, has hosted an Italian Cultural Booth during the Feast for the last three years on...

Two to be honored with awards at St. Anthony’s Festival

Two to be honored with awards at St. Anthony’s Festival

Nicaletta "Nicki" Greer and Louis Rizzieri are this year's awards recipients at the annual St. Anthony's Festival Sept. 4 to 6.  Rizzieri was chosen as the 37th recipient of the Father Beatini Award for community service. He will be honored at the 11 a.m. Mass Sept. 6 at St. Patrick's Church.The annual St. Anthony's procession will begin at 10:30 a.m....

The Poetry of Giovanni Meli

The Poetry of Giovanni Meli

You are cordially invited to attend a special program at the Italian American Museum this Friday evening, September 4th. Professor Gaetano Cipolla will present "The Poetry of Giovanni Meli", volume XIV of the successful series "Pueti d'Arba Sicula/Poets of Arba Sicula."   The goal of the series is to present the best poetry written in Sicilian as a way of introducing the...

Italian Men’s Clothes Minus the Sticker Shock

Italian Men’s Clothes Minus the Sticker Shock

By Jacob Gallagher If there's one thing Italians know better than fashion, it's food, so it's only natural that Marco Baldassari, the CEO and co-founder of Eleventy, uses a culinary analogy to describe his clothing brand. "We are like a bistro that offers an innovative cuisine," said Mr. Baldassari, "but without the price of a gourmet restaurant."   True to his word, Eleventy,...

A Look at the 19th Annual Festa di San Donato in Williamsburg, Brooklyn

A Look at the 19th Annual Festa di San Donato in Williamsburg, Brooklyn

Friday after work, I made my way to Williamsburg, Brooklyn for the 19th Annual Feast of San Donato. Organized by Francesca Mazza (and her gracious family) the ceremony took place outside their beautiful home at 158 Conselyea Street.   Normally held on August 7th, this year's celebration was postponed a few weeks because Franca and her family returned to Sassano (SA) for...

Help us bring our NYC Theater to a new life!

Help us bring our NYC Theater to a new life!

italytime, a 'daughter' of Teatromania, is an international not-for-profit platform conceived by Vittorio Capotorto and Francesco Pagano, and launched in December 2013, with the endorsement of world-known writers Dacia Maraini and Roberto Saviano. Teatromania, the 'mother' not-for-profit organization of italytime – 501(c)(3) – was created in 1999 and is registered in the New York State.   Our MISSION: share with the world the...

Dan Hurlin on Fortunato Depero’s puppet plays dramma plastico futurista

Dan Hurlin on Fortunato Depero’s puppet plays dramma plastico futurista

09 SEPTEMBER 2015 / 6:00 PM - 8:00 PMRSVP REQUIRED! BOOK NOW!Center for Italian Modern Art - 421 BROOME STREET, 4TH FLOOR NEW YORK, NY 10013 Following his 2014 visit when he spoke about the puppet theatre of Futurist artist Fortunato Depero, Dan Hurlin returns to CIMA to read his translation of DRAMMA PLASTICO FUTURISTA, four short puppet plays written by Depero...

Le Sirene Brings Tastes Of Southwestern Italy To Westchester

Le Sirene Brings Tastes Of Southwestern Italy To Westchester

by Leslie-Anne Brill Larchmont, a man swept into the bar after driving up from Manhattan. "He's our Cheers customer," said the bartender, Olga (who splits shifts between Larchmont and Manhattan). He lives next to Caravaggio, one of the three Upper East Side restaurants (in addition to Sistina and San Pietro) where owners Gerardo and Cosimo Bruno made their names.   He wasn't the...

Costata Pays Homage to the NY-Italian Steakhouse

Costata Pays Homage to the NY-Italian Steakhouse

by John Mariani Tweaking is as important to a serious new restaurant as tuning is to a violin. So, after an opening two years, Costata is now a better restaurant for the changes that have been made to the three-story premises, which include better lighting, more colorful artwork, and a far more affable service staff.   Costata is very much in the tradition...

Celebrate on September 8th the 12th Annual Festa for the Sicilian Black Madonna …

Celebrate on September 8th the 12th Annual Festa for the Sicilian Black Madonna del Tindari

Il Comitato per il Ripristino della Festa della Madonna Nera cordially invites you to the Twelfth Annual Festa in Honor of the Sicilian Black Madonna del Tindari - Tuesday, September 8, 2015, 6PM at the Phoenix Bar, located at the former site of her devotion - 447 East 13th Street, off of Avenue A - Manhattan   For the past decade-plus we have gathered each September 8th...

From shore to shore: Preserving Italian heritage

From shore to shore: Preserving Italian heritage

By Susan Clark Porter As generations age and memories fade, the experiences of our forefathers can also recede. The Sons of Italy, however, is doing its part to promote the legacy of this area's Italian ancestors. In a collaborative effort earlier this year, the Vincent Lombardi Lodge 2270 of Rochester, the Geneva Lodge 2397 (men) and the Geneva American Italian Ladies Lodge 2397A...

Silvia Tancredi to Perform in New York City; New Album Due Out This Fall

Silvia Tancredi to Perform in New York City; New Album Due Out This Fall

The Italian singer, Silvia Tancredi returns to the Big|Brave Apple for some concerts where she will perform - unplugged - in venues around Manhattan. The confirmed dates are: 1) August 29, 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm - Uncle Charlie's Piano Bar & Lounge, New York; 2) Sept. 5, 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm - Leftfield NYC, 87 Ludlow St, she will also be a guest...

The Renaissance: Michelangelo Buonarroti by ‘Maestro d’Arte” Francesco Santoro

The Renaissance: Michelangelo Buonarroti by ‘Maestro d’Arte” Francesco Santoro

Thursday, August 13, 2015 the Garibaldi-Meucci Museum went back to the past to the Renaissance period with a compelling presentation, focused on Michelangelo Buonarroti, by Ph. D Francesco Santoro. The event organized and sponsored in collaboration with the National Organization of Italian American Women (NOIAW), had been attended by almost thirty guests-- both Italian and American. The interactive lecture sparked discussions regarding...

Tony Danza to Serve as Grand Marshal for Feast of San Gennaro Procession, 9/12

Tony Danza to Serve as Grand Marshal for Feast of San Gennaro Procession, 9/12

The 89th Annual Feast of San Gennaro, New York City's longest-running, biggest and most revered religious outdoor festival, will take place Thursday, September 10 through Sunday, September 20, 2015, on the streets of historic Little Italy, the lower Manhattan neighborhood which served as the first home in America for hundreds of thousands of Italian immigrants seeking a better life in...

Maria Lisella is the new Queens poet laureate

Maria Lisella is the new Queens poet laureate

Borough President Melinda Katz swore-in Astoria resident and Queens-native Maria Lisella as the new Queens Poet Laureate. "We received applications from 30 accomplished poets and the task of narrowing those applications down to five finalists and then to a single winner was a difficult one, but we felt Maria Lisella stood out because of the quality of her poetry and because...

Feast of tradition in Bensonhurst

Feast of tradition in Bensonhurst

by Allegra Hobbs   Bensonhurst revelers feasted and celebrated the neighborhood's Italian heritage at the 40th-annual 18th Avenue Feast, a cherished borough tradition that kicked off on Aug. 20 and will rage on through Aug. 30. The feast is a spin-off of a centuries-old Sicilian ritual honoring St. Rosalia, the patron saint of the town of Palermo, and every year the Bensonhurst fest...

Our Lady of Mt. Carmel RESTORED

Our Lady of Mt. Carmel RESTORED

Annuntio Vobis Guadium Magnum, We Announce to You a Great Joy! The Crowned Statue of Our Lady of Mount Carmel (Crowned by order of Popes Leo XIII and St. Pius X in 1904) has been fully artistically  estored, with a new garment.   Our Lady will return to the Pontifical Shrine on Saturday, October 17 at 1PM. The Statue will be on display after the services. Reception...

Marco Cappelli Set for September Residency at The Stone

Marco Cappelli Set for September Residency at The Stone

The Stone presents guitarist and composer Marco Cappelli's Residency commemorating his 50th birthday celebrations with concerts, film and theater events from September 8th through the 13th. Performances play The Stone (Corner of Avenue C & Second Street NY - F to Second Avenue). Tickets are $15 and are available only at the door. For more, go to www.thestonenyc.com.   Marco Cappelli, Guitarist &...

From Italian roots to EJ worker to Vestal businessman

From Italian roots to EJ worker to Vestal businessman

by Valerie Zehl   Even as a little kid, Romolo Romeo Mario Alexander De Ritis set his mind on getting his family out of poverty. That was when World War II raged around his native Fara Filiorum Petri in the Abruzzo region of Italy, a town measuring just over seven square miles. He would never forget the trauma of bombings, of Nazi occupation, of...

MakeUp in New York: A special focus on Italy

MakeUp in New York: A special focus on Italy

During the whole afternoon of next September 9, the conference room of MakeUp in New York (Penn Plaza Pavilion, on 9 and 10 September 2015) will be in the colours of Italy. "It is only natural when you know what the entire make-up sector owes to the industry of this country," comment the organisers.   Economically, according to the report recently produced...

From Italy to New York

From Italy to New York

Federica Dall'Orso is an Italian photographer currently living and working in New York City. She moved to New York five years ago and she found in the big apple her new home. Federica's work got published in Vogue, Elle, W Magazine, L'Officiel, La Repubblica and may more magazines. In 2014 thanks to the collaboration with the artist Frankie Celenza she has been...

Happenchance: World War II Photographs, Italian Campaign, 1942-1945

Happenchance: World War II Photographs, Italian Campaign, 1942-1945

Date: Tuesday, September 01, 2015 - Tuesday, September 29, 2015 Hours: 6pm Venue: Italian Cultural Institute of New York In collaboration with: IIC-San Francisco Happenchance: World War II Photographs, Italian Campaign, 1942-1945, an exhibition of photographs by Alfonso Carrara (1922-2012). Carrara, an Italian-American architect-artist-poet-photographer, documented the exhausted, disoriented populations and war-ravaged architecture of Italy's small towns and villages during the Allied northward advance through...

Italian restaurant opens in Mineola

Italian restaurant opens in Mineola

by Erica Marcus   Cassariano has opened in the Mineola spot that most recently housed True American Kitchen and, before that, Lula Trattoria and Circa Enoteca. The Italian restaurant is the second outpost of the well-regarded Cassariano in Venice, Florida.   Two of the five partners, general manager William Conte and chef Giancarlo DiMaggio, worked at La Parma in Huntington, but their new venture...

Saving Radio City Music Hall

Saving Radio City Music Hall

Please join us at the Italian American Museum, Friday evening, August 28th to hear the true story of how Radio City Music Hall, Art Deco masterpiece, iconic cultural landmark, and New York City's premiere tourist attraction for generations, was saved from demolition. Nearly four decades later and after years of intense research, Rosemary Novellino-Mearns tells the amazingly honest, fact-filled, emotionally charged,...

From Ghetto to Cappella: Interfaith Exchanges in the Music of Baroque Italy

From Ghetto to Cappella: Interfaith Exchanges in the Music of Baroque Italy

In honor of the 50th anniversary of Nostra Aetate and Pope Francis' visit to the United States, Salon/Sanctuary Concerts explores the cross-fertilization of Jewish and Catholic musical cultures that enriched the music of both Synagogue and Sanctuary.bA rich schedule of events featuring discussion, education, and performance with guest artists and educators from Italy, Croatia, and Israel.   From Ghetto to Cappella is...

Joe Manfredi remembered at New Dorp Beach ceremony

Joe Manfredi remembered at New Dorp Beach ceremony

By Virginia N. Sherry In an emotional ceremony, Corrado "Joe" Manfredi, the Manfredi Auto Group owner who died in March, was remembered on Ebbitts Street in New Dorp Beach, with friends delivering tributes in both Italian and English. Speakers included long-time friends like Mike Pesce, who recalled the days when he and Manfredi, who was born in Mola di Bari, Italy and...

A Measure of this World - Galileo's Dialog with the Universe Program @ Casa Belv…

A Measure of this World - Galileo's Dialog with the Universe Program @ Casa Belvedere Tues. 8/25

The Italian Cultural Foundation at Casa Belvedere presents: "A Measure of this World - Galileo's Dialogue with the Universe" with David Vincenti. A book presentation, reading and signing on Tuesday, August 25th @ 7:00 PM. Worth Noting: It is believed that on this date in 1609, Galileo first presented his improved telescope to the Venetian Senate. This presentation had significance not only for Galileo's...

Congrega Maria SS Addolorata

Congrega Maria SS Addolorata

The Congregation of Maria S.S. Addolorata would like to announce that this years' procession in honor of our Patron Saint of Mola di Bari will take place on Sunday, September 13th. The procession will depart from Sacred Heart–St. Stephens Church (Summitt and Hicks Street) Carroll Gardens at 3:00 P.M.   Upon returning to St. Stephens at 7:00 P.M. the Ave Maria will be sung on...

Viva San Rocco! A Look at the 126th Annual Feast of San Rocco in NYC

Viva San Rocco! A Look at the 126th Annual Feast of San Rocco in NYC

By Giovanni di Napoli There was a tremendous turnout and terrific atmosphere for Sunday's (August 16th) Feast of San Rocco. I'm happy to say our concerns about the new venue were unwarranted, as celebrants (old and new) showed up in force to welcome our beloved patron to his new home at Most Precious Blood Church in historic Little Italy. Bedecked with flowers,...

Italian Feast to be held next week

Italian Feast to be held next week

By Christian Araos The Order Sons of Italy will host its annual Italian Feast starting Wednesday Aug. 26 at Michael J. Tully Park. The festival will open at 6 p.m. on the Aug. 26 and will run through Sunday Aug. 30. It will be open from 6-11 p.m. Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, 3-11 p.m. on Saturday and 3-10 p.m. on Sunday. There...

Alberto Cribiore To Serve as Grand Marshal of the 71st Columbus Day Parade

Alberto Cribiore To Serve as Grand Marshal of the 71st Columbus Day Parade

The Columbus Citizens Foundation today announced it has named leading financier, Alberto Cribiore as the Grand Marshal of the 71st Columbus Day Parade, which will take place on Fifth Avenue on Monday, October 12, 2015. The annual Columbus Day Parade, organized by the Columbus Citizens Foundation and presented by the Conair Corporation, is the world's largest celebration of Italian-American heritage and...

Opening Night at the 2015 Santa Rosalia Feast in Bensonhurst, Brooklyn

Opening Night at the 2015 Santa Rosalia Feast in Bensonhurst, Brooklyn

Yesterday kicked off the 2015 Feast of Santa Rosalia in Bensonhurst, Brooklyn. A neighborhood staple for 40 years, the celebration features nightly entertainment, games, rides, and plenty of delicious food. The festivities continue until Sunday, August 30th. Enjoy the many amusements, but please don't forget the true reason for the celebration and honor our glorious patroness Santa Rosalia. The procession from...

Yankee Batboy: From Little Italy to Yankee Stadium

Yankee Batboy: From Little Italy to Yankee Stadium

You are cordially invited to attend a book presentation and signing by author Anthony Florio at the Italian American Museum this Friday evening, August 21st. "Yankee Batboy, The Luckiest Kid in New York, From Little Italy to Yankee Stadium" tells the story of Anthony Florio, born and raised in New York City's Little Italy and a batboy for the New...

Cultural Italian American Organization to host Christopher Columbus Testimonial …

Cultural Italian American Organization to host Christopher Columbus Testimonial Dinner

The Cultural Italian American Organization announces it will honor His Excellency Bishop Salvatore Matano, the ninth bishop of the Rochester Diocese, at its second annual Christopher Columbus Testimonial Dinner. The bishop is also the first Italian-American bishop in the history of the Rochester Diocese.   The testimonial dinner is set to take place from beginning with cocktails at 5:30 p.m., followed at 6:30...

Parishioners fight to keep church open

Parishioners fight to keep church open

by Leonica Valentine   Parishioners kept the faith Saturday at Our Lady of Peace Church — holding mass outside of the locked church in defiance. The church, at 239 E. 62nd St., was shuttered on July 31 as part of the archdiocese's initiative to merge 112 parishes to create 55 new ones. Under the "Making All Things New" program, Our Lady of Peace —...

Italian-American Day at Saratoga Race

Italian-American Day at Saratoga Race

The New York Racing Association, Inc. has invited the American Italian Heritage Association and Museum, again this year, to join them at Italian-American Day at Saratoga Race Course for, Italian-American Day, Wednesday, August 19th, 11:00-5:00. The day-long festivities will include Italian music, dance, entertainment, crafts and food in the Saratoga Pavilion.   Entertainment has been scheduled, to include: Ralph Carmine Brooks, strolling...

1 Place for Italian-American Actors to Call Home

1 Place for Italian-American Actors to Call Home

By Molly Eichel   Carlo Fiorletta is the president of the Guild of Italian American Actors, the only ethnic acting union in the United States. The GIAA may not be as big as SAG-AFTRA or Actors' Equity—although GIAA members automatically qualify for the latter—but Fiorletta is just as dedicated to protecting the actors he works with, represented by his union since the...

Italian Club Of Mahopac Presents 10th Annual Miss Columbus Pageant

Italian Club Of Mahopac Presents 10th Annual Miss Columbus Pageant

The organizations will present the 10th Annual Miss and Little Miss Columbus Pageants at 7:30 p.m. on Aug. 28 at the Italian-American Club of Mahopac, 141 Buckshollow Rd. The Miss Columbus Pageant is open to girls ages 10-15, while the Little Miss Columbus Pageant is reserved for girls ages 5-9. Both contests are open to girls of all talents from throughout...

La Pecora Bianca Brings Healthy Italian to NoMad

La Pecora Bianca Brings Healthy Italian to NoMad

By Kelly Dobkin   The gist: Restaurateur Mark Barak of Claudette just opened a brand new Italian-inspired eatery called La Pecora Bianca last night in NoMad. The menu highlights farm-fresh ingredients including pasture-raised local Hudson Valley meat, whole grain pastas, and seasonal veggies.   The food: The focus here is on housemade pastas made with organic flours — think buckwheat fusilli with 'nduja arrabiatta...

New Park Slope Eatery Promises Not To Serve 'Fake Italian Food'

New Park Slope Eatery Promises Not To Serve 'Fake Italian Food'

By Leslie Albrecht   There won't be a statue of an old man with an enormous moustache holding a "sad-looking pizza" at the new Italian restaurant opening on the corner of Eighth Avenue and 11th Street, the co-owners told DNAinfo New York.   The team behind Pastificio Flora say they plan to destroy that outdated stereotype at their eatery, which will specialize in authentic...

The Light of Southern Italy: Paintings from the 19th Century Neapolitan School

The Light of Southern Italy: Paintings from the 19th Century Neapolitan School

Opening at the Italian Cultural Institute, The Light of Southern Italy, is a carefully selected exhibition, curated by Marco Bertoli, of 34 beautiful paintings rarely seen in New York and the United States. This is the second exhibition from this collaboration at the Institute following The Macchiaioli in October 2014.   And is the next step in Bertoli's project to bring 19th-century...

New Exhibit ‘Reframes’ the Italian Immigrant Experience

New Exhibit ‘Reframes’ the Italian Immigrant Experience

by Michael V. Cusenza   A new photography exhibit organized by Queens College depicts how Italian immigrants refashioned themselves in early 20th Century New York. "Reframing Italian America" unveils 23 historical photographs selected from the Bernard Titowsky Collection.   Consisting of more than 200 items, the collection belonging to the Queens rare-book dealer and librarian was donated to the college's John D. Calandra Italian American Institute...

Secrets of Eataly: Smuggled yeast, free wine and more

Secrets of Eataly: Smuggled yeast, free wine and more

By Melissa Kravitz   Here's why Eataly is so big: It's full of secrets. The 50,000-square-foot Italian food emporium serves around 15,000 visitors on weekdays and up to 25,000 visitors on weekends -- and that's not counting holidays! While you may have eaten your way through Eataly -- check out the Wednesday morning tours for the full experience -- we're here to let you...

Feast of Santa Rosalia comes to Bensonhurst once again

Feast of Santa Rosalia comes to Bensonhurst once again

By Jonathan Sperling A celebration in Bensonhurst will bring the spirit of Italy to the heart of southwest Brooklyn. The Feast of Santa Rosalia will begin August 20, stretching from 68th Street to 75th Street on 18th Avenue (aka Cristoforo Colombo Boulevard), and end on August 30.   The feast, which is the largest Italian-American feast in Brooklyn, draws its name from the patron...

In Liverpool, a community of friends who enjoy bocce, beer and bonding

In Liverpool, a community of friends who enjoy bocce, beer and bonding

By Emily Nichols   On Tuesday evenings during the warm summer months, Sharkey's Bar and Grill is bursting with activities ranging from volleyball to trivia. The main event at this Liverpool bar, however, is a sport where you and your friends can socialize in an open field while beer gets delivered on golf carts.   It's a sport where the coveted prize at the end...

Anella is a classic Italian restaurant in Greenpoint

Anella is a classic Italian restaurant in Greenpoint

by Paul Schultz   Anella raises a question: When does a classic become a cliché? Or vice versa? It's hard to fault a welcoming neighborhood restaurant simply because the menu is dominated by dishes from years (and even decades) past. Particularly when those plates are executed perfectly and given a fresh spin.   Anella opened in 2009 to acclaim for its warm interior and concise,...

Wood-Fired Pizza Spot Macchina Opens on Upper West Side

Wood-Fired Pizza Spot Macchina Opens on Upper West Side

by Emily Frost   A new Italian restaurant from a Brooklyn restaurateur that features wood-fired pizza has arrived at the corner of West 106th Street and Broadway. North Brooklyn restaurateur Daddo Bogich first shared his plans to open the restaurant, Macchina, last year, but didn't officially open its doors until this week.   Bogich and his partner Sean Rowlinson installed a wood-fired oven for their...

John Singer Sargent era italiano?

John Singer Sargent era italiano?

di Mauro Lucentini   Dal punto di vista legale, possiamo considerare italiano John Singer Sargent. Come ci ricorda la mostra di questo grande artista in corso al Metropolitan Museum of Art di New York, Sargent: Portraits of Artists and Friends, il futuro pittore nacque a Firenze – ripeto, a Firenze - nel 1856 da famiglia americana espatriata.   Il massimo centro dell'arte italiana era...

Gianvito Rossi opens first U.S. store

Gianvito Rossi opens first U.S. store

Gianvito Rossi has a brand new zip code.On Monday, the Italian luxury shoe brand opened the doors to its new Upper East Side boutique here, marking Rossi's first stand-alone store in the U.S.   "New York is the city where I spend most of my time in the States — I've been coming here since I was a kid," Rossi said. "It's...

Uaragniaum in concert

Uaragniaum in concert

DATE: August 16, 2015 Time: 7pm Place: National Opera Center, 330 7th Ave, NY Donation: $20 Call: 718 837 0876 UARAGNIAUN is the name of a group of musicians who reprise old traditional popular music from the South of Italy, in particular songs collected in the hinterland of Puglia , the Alta Murgia area. UARAGNIAUN is the old name of GARAGNONE which is...

Portolano Cavallo launches in New York

Portolano Cavallo launches in New York

By Mary Tiernan The Italian firm's US office will be headed up by resident partner Yan Pecoraro. The New York office will advise the firm's clients on Italian and European issues. Mr Pecoraro's practice focuses on representing non-Italian clients looking to make Italian investments or to establish and operate businesses in Italy.   'The United States has always been a key market for us....

The Art, Life, and Times of Michelangelo

The Art, Life, and Times of Michelangelo

Maestro Francesco Santoro, World-renowned Renaissance-style artist and art history scholar, will present a lecture and discussion on one of the greatest masters of the Renaissance: Michelangelo Buonarroti. Michelangelo was an Italian sculptor, painter, architect, and poet. He is known best for his Statue of David, and his painting on The Sistine Chapel ceiling. Born in Italy, Maestro Santoro trained under Master Giorgio...

Congratulations to York College's Dean Donna Chirico

Congratulations to York College's Dean Donna Chirico

by Anthony J. Tamburri   Cari Amici, We are delighted to announce that Donna Chirico, professor at York College CUNY and Chair of the inter-college Italian American Faculty and Staff Advisory Council, has been appointed Dean of for the School of Arts and Sciences at York College, CUNY.   As Provost Panayiotis Meleties stated in his announcement to the York College community, following a national...

bronx-educator-retires-after-42-yearsBy Jaime Williams   The Bronx is losing a long-time educator. Roseann Carotenuto, most recently a regional superintendent for the Archdiocese of New York, has retired after a 42-year career in...
il-festival-della-canzone-italiana-di-new-york-2015Il Festival della Canzone Italiana di New York giunge quest'anno alla sua ottava edizione, che si terrà, come nell'ultima occasione, domenica 13 settembre 2015 presso il prestigioso teatro...
contemporary-italian-designers-in-new-york17 SEPTEMBER 2015 / 6:00 PM - 8:00 PMCIMA - 421 BROOME STREET, 4TH FLOOR NEW YORK, NY 10013 T 646 370 3596Italian designers are no strangers to New York City, with many famous Italian designers having...
italian-wine-notes-wines-of-venetoSeptember 10, 6:30 pm — 9:00 pmWestchester Italian Cultural Center  - 24 Depot Square, TuckahoeMembers: $60; Member's Guest: $75   Be dazzled by one of the oldest Italian wine...
6th-annual-italian-feast-and-carnivalSeptember 17/20 - Blauvelt Sons of Italy - 46 Van Wyck Rd, Blauvelt, New York 10913Annual Italian Feast and Carnival to Take Place September 17th – 20th: Four Day Festival offers something...
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