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Italy to be SFFS Partner Country Sponsor

Italy to be SFFS Partner Country Sponsor

For the first time ever, the Specialty Food Association has engaged a partner country sponsor for the Summer Fancy Food Show, the largest marketplace devoted exclusively to specialty food and beverages in North America. The show will be held June 28 – 30 at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in New York City.   Italy has long been the largest international...

A Look at the 2015 Festa di San Giuseppe in Ridgewood, Queens

A Look at the 2015 Festa di San Giuseppe in Ridgewood, Queens

Hundreds gathered at Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal Church in Ridgewood, Queens on Sunday (March 22nd) to celebrate the annual Festa di San Giuseppe. Mass was held in Italian by Father Thomas, followed by a procession through the neighborhood with marching bands and the saint's statue. Sponsored by the Associazone Cattolica Italiana di Miraculous Medal, there was a terrific turnout...

Omaggio a Severino Gazzelloni 'il flauto d'oro italiano'

Omaggio a Severino Gazzelloni 'il flauto d'oro italiano'

The International flautist Luisa Sello and one of the best chamber musician of our time, the pianist Bruno Canino, form a duo with a special and unique common denominator; the legend of the Golden Flute in the last Century, whose name was Severino Gazzelloni. Both spent their artistic life with him: Luisa as his most appreciated student (of her Severino Gazzelloni...

Book Presentation: TECH AND THE CITY

Book Presentation: TECH AND THE CITY

APRIL 15, 2015 (06:00 PM )Casa Italiana Zerilli Marimò - 24 West 12th Street - New York, NY 10011Book Presentation: TECH AND THE CITY, The Making of New York's Startup Community (Mirandola Press, 2013) by Maria Teresa Cometto and Alessandro Piol. The authors in conversation with: Brian Cohen, New York Angels; Alberto Pepe, Authorea   Based on over 50 interviews with entrepreneurs, angel investors, venture capitalists, university professors, members of the...

Commemorate le 146 sartine morte nel Triangle Waist Factory Fire il 25 marzo di …

Commemorate le 146 sartine morte nel Triangle Waist Factory Fire il 25 marzo di 104 anni fa, con invito alla lotta per il progresso

di Riccardo Chioni   Si stava avvicinando la fine della giornata lavorativa del 25 marzo 1911 quando è divampato il drammatico incendio alla Triangle Waist Factory all'angolo tra Green Street e Washington Place, che in meno di venti minuti ha tragicamente distrutto 146 vite umane, in maggioranza sartine immigrate, molte italiane. Ieri, di fronte alla lapide che ricorda uno dei più gravi incidenti...

Md. winemaker Mike Fiore recognized for industry achievements, impact

Md. winemaker Mike Fiore recognized for industry achievements, impact

My congratulations to Mike Fiore, the Maryland winemaker who received the lifetime achievement award at the Eastern Wineries Exposition in Syracuse, N.Y., on Tuesday. Fiore and his wife, Rose, have turned their namesake winery in Pylesville into one of the region's best. If you want to taste excellent red wine made in an Old World style, make Fiore Winery one...

Mayor de Blasio plays hometown hero for sandwich shop from kin’s Italy village

Mayor de Blasio plays hometown hero for sandwich shop from kin’s Italy village

Only in New York could an Italian-American mayor find a piece of the minuscule mountain village his family left a century ago just steps from City Hall.   Mayor de Blasio frequently grabs lunch at Pisillo Italian Panini shop on Nassau St. , which Antonella Silvio opened in November 2012 — the same month de Blasio was elected mayor. She took that as...

Brooklyn Italians, 65 anni di successi

Brooklyn Italians, 65 anni di successi

I Brooklyn Italians celebrano 65 anni di attività calcistica e li festeggiano oggi nel 40° Gala che si tiene al ristorante El Caribe. Gli Italians costituiscono il club più antico della storia del calcio italo-americano, almeno fra quelli con una continuativa attività stagionale.     La società diretta dall'imprenditore edile John Saia (Jerry Valerio si è dimesso nel gennaio 2013), si basa su...

Citizen Rosi – April 17

Citizen Rosi – April 17

Francesco Rosi's films occupy a unique place in postwar Italian, indeed postwar world cinema. His seventeen feature films are known for their extraordinarily consistent formal balance and their unflinching look at the historical events and cultural traditions that have shaped the Italian national character. They thus represent a body of work of inordinate importance for both the cultural history of Italy...

Cerimonia al Consolato. Esame AP, superato il traguardo

Cerimonia al Consolato. Esame AP, superato il traguardo

Ma chi l'ha detto che gli italiani sono sempre in ritardo? Non in America. Dove la comunità italoamericana ha raggiunto un importante obbiettivo con un anno di anticipo: gli studenti delle scuole superiori americane impegnati a sostenere l'esame AP (Advance placement) di italiano questa primavera sono già oltre 2.500, la soglia minima che doveva essere raggiunta entro il 2016 per...

American Consortium Interested In AC Milan Takeover

American Consortium Interested In AC Milan Takeover

An American consortium is interested in a takeover of AC Milan, but it will not involve the club's former midfielder David Beckham. The group wants to purchase 51% of shares in the Rossoneri, but current owner Silvio Berlusconi has said that he is only willing to give up 30% for €300 million.   According to Tuttosport, the consortium behind the deal owns the...

Quando a Trieste gli americani ballavano il boogie

Quando a Trieste gli americani ballavano il boogie

A New York, per le celebrazioni del Giorno del Ricordo, che quest'anno è scalato di un mese causa maltempo, dopo la commemorazione e il dibattito all'Istituto Italiano di Cultura, il Consolato ha ospitato la proiezione del documentario di Chiara Barbo e Andrea Magnani, prodotto da Pilgrim Film con il supporto dell'Ambasciata americana a Roma, dal titolo I nostri giorni americani...

Italian love found at Seven Angels

Italian love found at Seven Angels

Maria Baratta of Waterbury will star in the Seven Angels Theatre comedy, "I Loved, I Lost, I Made Spaghetti," from Saturday through April 26.   The one-woman play was adapted by Jacques Lamarre from a memoir by Gulia Melucci, and could be described as "Sex and the City" meets the Food Channel. Baratta plays Melucci, a single New Yorker who is a publishing...

New York Italians Cinema night at Fordham University @ Lincoln Center

New York Italians Cinema night at Fordham University @ Lincoln Center

Dear Friends, New York Italians in collaboration with Fordham University, Department of Modern Languages and Literatures and Italian Honor Society C.I.A.O. is very happy to invite you to the presentation and discussion of the film: I Compagni (The Organizer) by Mario Monicelli (Subtitles in English)   Fordham University, Lincoln Center Campus - 113 W 60th street, NY, NYRoom SL24L March 26th 2015 at 6:30 PM promptly Admission is...

Special Presentation: LE MARCHE

Special Presentation: LE MARCHE

April 10, 6:30 pm — 9:30 pmWestchester Italian Cultural CenterOne Generoso Pope Place , Tuckahoe , NY 10707 United States This is a multimedia presentation that will explore the region of the Marche. Tucked away in a remote corner between the Adriatic Sea and the Apennine mountains, Marche is an enchanting rural patchwork of old towns, unspoiled hills, and long, sandy...

Who Do You Think I Am?/Chi Pensi Che Io Sono?

Who Do You Think I Am?/Chi Pensi Che Io Sono?

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: I am honored to be invited by the Italian American Museum, here in historic Little Italy, on the corner of Mulberry and Grand Streets, New York City. "Who...

AlAE Seventeenth Annual Awards and Scholarship Gala

AlAE Seventeenth Annual Awards and Scholarship Gala

by Josephine A. Maietta   Cari Amici, it is with great pleasure that we invite you to attend the AlAE Seventeenth Annual Awards and Scholarship Gala. The event will take place on Sunday, April 19, 2015 from 3:00-8:00 PM at the Chateau Briand, located at 440 Old Country Road, Carle Place, Long Island. A cocktail reception in the garden, (weather permitting), will...

Italian A Day – Charlie Del Vecchio

Italian A Day – Charlie Del Vecchio

My father, Charlie (Marcellino) Del Vecchio was born January 9, 1911 in Rome, New York. Both of his parents had emigrated from southern Italy (Campania) at the turn-of-the-century, so he was a first generation born Italian American.   Upon graduating from the Rome Free Academy, he worked for a short period for a photographic studio in Watertown, NY. Then, in 1930, he...

New York City judge accused of making anti-Italian remarks

New York City judge accused of making anti-Italian remarks

A New York City judge who once blasted the head of a judicial committee as racist is now being accused of lobbing anti-Italian remarks himself. The New York Post reports that Supreme Court Judge Duane Hart asked during a January property-dispute hearing whether Italian-born plaintiff Maurizio Oppedisano had mob ties.    One of four witnesses in the case was Ralph Romano Jr., the...

MY BIG GAY ITALIAN WEDDING & 'FUNERAL' Extend Off-Broadway

MY BIG GAY ITALIAN WEDDING & 'FUNERAL' Extend Off-Broadway

My Big Gay Italian Wedding and My Big Gay Italian Funeral, by Anthony J. Wilkinson, will extend its recently posted limited run to September 27th, 2015.    My Big Gay Italian Wedding, having just celebrated its twelve year anniversary Off-Broadway, will play every Saturday at 8pm and My Big Gay Italian Funeral, approaching its two year anniversary celebration this June, will play...

Una nuova sede per la Scuola d'Italia. L'annuncio durante il gala di venerdì

Una nuova sede per la Scuola d'Italia. L'annuncio durante il gala di venerdì

di Riccardo Chioni   Si apre un nuovo capitolo per la Scuola d'Italia "G. Marconi" che dopo tanti anni di gestazione vedrà realizzarsi il progetto di una nuova sede adeguata all'istituzione storica di New York che venerdì ha celebrato da Cipriani al 42nd Street il consueto gala a cui hanno partecipato 520 persone. Ad aprire la serata condotta da Piera Palazzolo è stato...

Tastes of the world event coming to Albany

Tastes of the world event coming to Albany

by Danielle Sanzone   If you enjoy food from around the world, you won't want to miss the TASTES of the World, the 2nd Annual International food tasting festival on Thursday. March 26 from 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. This year's event at the WAMC Linda will honor Prof. Philip J. DiNovo, a former SUNY professor who for 32 years has volunteered his...

You, Me & Sicily!

You, Me & Sicily!

Talk by Alfred M. Zappalà, Esq. and Eszter Vajdahttp://www.AlfredZappala.com http://www.TheSicilianProject.com http://www.evazmediagroup.com   Please join us at the Italian American Museum this Tuesday evening, March 24th for a talk by Alfred M. Zappalà Esq. and Eszter Vajda. Mr. Zappalà will give us an update on "The Sicilian Project", speak about his latest book on Sicily, and introduce us to a television series that he created...

Italy to be Partner Country Sponsor of Summer Fancy Food Show

Italy to be Partner Country Sponsor of Summer Fancy Food Show

Italian food is the most popular international cuisine in the U.S. This summer, Italy will bring its best in classic specialty food and on-trend new products from all regions of the country to the Summer Fancy Food Show.   This marks the first time the show organizer, the Specialty Food Association, has engaged a partner country sponsor for the event, the largest...

Monica M. Mandelli among 20 women honored by the Society of Foreign Consuls

Monica M. Mandelli among 20 women honored by the Society of Foreign Consuls

  Twenty women from different countries were honored by the Society of Foreign Consuls in New York City on March 6 as part of the International Women's Day celebration. The honorees received a Certificate of Recognition for their role in community empowerment and profound individual achievements.   Monica M. Mandelli, Managing Director at Goldman Sachs, received the honor from Italy's Consul General in...

Gay Talese: La notizia muore domani

Gay Talese: La notizia muore domani

Alcuni possiedono lo sguardo per decifrare l'anima di una città: la osservano giusto con qualche centimetro di scarto rispetto all'ordinario, e da questa prospettiva accedono ad angolazioni inedite del quotidiano. Altri hanno sviluppato una voce potente per ripercorrere minuziosamente situazioni, volti, gesti, al punto da farli rivivere anche a chi non c'era. Poi ci sono i fuoriclasse; quelli che non solo...

Le dieci nonne cuoche del ristorante Enoteca Maria di Staten Island si raccontan…

Le dieci nonne cuoche del ristorante Enoteca Maria di Staten Island si raccontano in un libro e svelano le ricette originali

Coloro che nel corso degli ultimi otto anni non hanno ancora avuto la possibilità di essere presi per la gola dalle dieci nonne in cucina alla Enoteca Maria a Staten Island, il prossimo 7 aprile potranno leggere i loro appassionati racconti sul libro che sarà presentato da Barnes & Noble.   Gli autori Jody Scaravella, Elisa Petrini e le Nonne di Enoteca...

Margherita Moscardini - Andrea Nacciarriti New York Prize 2014-15 Winners

Margherita Moscardini - Andrea Nacciarriti New York Prize 2014-15 Winners

The Italian Cultural Institute and The Italian Academy for Advanced Studies - Columbia University present: Margherita Moscardini - Andrea Nacciarriti, New York Prize 2014-15 Winners. Final Projects Monday, March 30, 6 - 8 PM. Italian Cultural Institute - 686 Park Avenue - New York, New York 10065. TO RSVP PLEASE CLICK HERE   Margherita Moscardini - Metropolitan Voids Agency A huge rock is wedged between two buildings, 17-19 Bennett Avenue, Hudson Heights. It is the highest...

RFR Shows Off 285 Madison with Rare Italian Motorcycles Exhibit

RFR Shows Off 285 Madison with Rare Italian Motorcycles Exhibit

We recently got a chance to take a look at the rare Italian motorcycles on display in the retail space at RFR’s 285 Madison Ave, called "The Art of the Italian Two Wheel.” The bikes belong to the curator of the show, designer and movie producer Stuart Parr, who goes way back with RFR principal Aby Rosen. The two met in 1987,...

Conference of Italian-American state legislators to award $10K in college schola…

Conference of Italian-American state legislators to award $10K in college scholarships

The New York Conference of Italian-American State Legislators is accepting applications for four $2,500 college scholarships to be awarded in June at their Annual Conference Weekend. Applications are available through the office of State Senator Diane Savino (D-North Shore), by calling (718) 727-9406.   "Given the high costs of college, every opportunity must be made by local students and their working families...

New York's Eataly next best thing to Italian holiday

New York's Eataly next best thing to Italian holiday

If you don’t have the time—or the money—for an Italian holiday, consider a visit to Eataly in New York City where the Italian tastes and scents are the real thing. An upscale 50,000-square-foot Italian food hall, Eataly has become a mecca for foodies from around the world. “We’re a food temple,” declares international celebrity chef Mario Batali, an Eataly partner.   At...

CIAO celebrates St. Joseph, Italian culture at special Cayuga County event

CIAO celebrates St. Joseph, Italian culture at special Cayuga County event

What about your cultural roots? Are you even curious? Paolo Ricci decided it was time to find out more about his father’s Italian heritage. Retired Auburn fireman Mike Vasco wanted to spend time with Italian Americans interested in cultural practices, which his own kids disengaged from at home.   Ricci and Vasco joined more than 100 other members and guests of Auburn’s...

MLA Italian American Literature Discussion Group Seeking Scholars and Instructor…

MLA Italian American Literature Discussion Group Seeking Scholars and Instructors

The MLA Italian American Literature Discussion group is seeking scholars and instructors interested in presenting at its round-table session—Negotiating Ethnic Politics: Teaching Ethnic Literature in an Italian American Context—scheduled for the 2016 MLA Convention in Austin, TX, January 7-10.   The session proposes to explore approaches by which the teaching of ethnic literature can be expanded and enhanced through the development of...

Italian Club of Staten Island to honor Sen. Diane Savino, the Nicotras at 'Dinne…

Italian Club of Staten Island to honor Sen. Diane Savino, the Nicotras at 'Dinner Dance' (Inside Out column) – April 10

The Italian Club of Staten Island Foundation will host its annual "Dinner Dance" gala at 7 p.m. Friday, April 10, in Nicotra's Ballroom at the Hilton Garden Inn, Bloomfield. To be honored during the evening's fare are State Sen. Diane Savino and hoteliers, Lois and Richard Nicotra.   It's interesting to note that The Italian Club of Staten Island was founded in 1950 by...

Del Posto Voted the Best Italian Restaurant in New York and America

Del Posto Voted the Best Italian Restaurant in New York and America

Del Posto is the result of a collaboration between Joe Bastianich, Lidia Bastianich, and Mario Batali. With these three big names banding together, the result is “the ultimate expression of what an Italian restaurant should be.”   As a relative newcomer to the fine dining scene, Del Posto opened in 2010 in the Meatpacking District, and received a coveted four-star review from The New...

Family Keeps Memory of Hero Triangle Fire Elevator Operator Alive

Family Keeps Memory of Hero Triangle Fire Elevator Operator Alive

When the fire broke out on the eighth floor at the Triangle Waist Company Joseph Zito continued doing his job. The 27-year-old Italian immigrant with a solid jaw and dark features kept the elevator running. It was about 4:30 p.m. Nearly quitting time.   The fire quickly spread from the eighth floor, igniting the over 2,000 pounds of scrap fabric on the...

Prof. Vincent's Lecture - CUNY Graduate Center - Friday, March 27

Prof. Vincent's Lecture - CUNY Graduate Center - Friday, March 27

The Italian Specialization at the Graduate Center (CUNY) is happy to invite you to the lecture by Prof. Vincent (University of Manchester) entitled "Dialect meets standard: the literary and linguistic history of Milan." The lecture will take place on Friday, March 27 from 4.00-6.00 pm in the Comparative Literature Department, Room 4116.   The event is part of an ongoing series of...

Cavalleria Rusticana/Pagliacci: Opera By Pietro Mascagni And Ruggero Leoncavallo

Cavalleria Rusticana/Pagliacci: Opera By Pietro Mascagni And Ruggero Leoncavallo

April 1, 7 pm — 8:30 pmWestchester Italian Cultural Center24 Depot Square , Tuckahoe, NY   Cavalleria Rusticana is an opera in one act by Pietro Mascagni to an Italian libretto by Giovanni Targioni-Tozzetti and Guido Menasci, adapted from a play and short story written by Giovanni Verga. The great Italian stage and screen director Franco Zeffirelli made these two operas in...

Lombardi and "Wonder Years" Star Premieres New Play Off-Broadway

Lombardi and "Wonder Years" Star Premieres New Play Off-Broadway

A new play, Dinner with the Boys by Dan Lauria, most famous for playing the role of father Jack Arnold in "The Wonder Years" will make its Off-Broadway debut on April 1.Directed by Frank Megna, the has scheduled its opening night for May 4 at the Acorn Theatre at Theatre Row, New York.   Laurie (Lombardi) will also star in the play,...

A celebration of the Life of Isabella Colbran

A celebration of the Life of Isabella Colbran

On April 10 and 11, at 8 p.m., Divaria Productions in collaboration with the Sheen Center will present "Señora/Signora Rossini: A celebration of the life of Isabella Colbran," at the Sheen Center in New York City.   The multidisciplinary theatrical piece tells the story of opera diva Isabella Colbran, toast of the opera stages of Europe in the early 19th century, who...

Al di Là Voted the Best Italian Restaurant in Brooklyn

Al di Là Voted the Best Italian Restaurant in Brooklyn

When chef Anna Klinger and husband Emiliano Coppa opened the Venetian-inspired Al di Là on Park Slope’s Fifth Avenue in 1998, it was located on a sleepy thoroughfare perhaps best known for its wide variety of bodegas, and most Manhattanites wouldn’t have even considered heading out to Brooklyn for a meal.   But by the time then-New York Times critic Frank Bruni awarded the trattoria two...

Discover Italy: Piemonte - presented by Professor Joseph N. Spedaliere

Discover Italy: Piemonte - presented by Professor Joseph N. Spedaliere

Wednesday, March 18, 2015 at 6:30pm The program will start at 6:30pm with a tasting of some of themost renowned Piemonte's wines. Professor Spedaliere will take you on a virtual journey through the region discovering unique medieval towns and villages, where its historic castles, and cobblestones streets make it seem as though time has never stopped. Piemonte is also home to Sordevolo,...

Simona De Rosa Album Release Concert – March 29th

Simona De Rosa Album Release Concert – March 29th

Simona De Rosa is the new Mediterranean jazz voice in the United States. “My Travel” is the title of her debut recording, a project conceived and developed with Gennaro Esposito. The two Neapolitan musicians met after a gig in New York City and soon decided to pay tribute to their Neapolitan roots and experiences collected in New York, Madrid and Naples...

Sinatra: An American Icon Opens at The New York Library for the Performing Arts

Sinatra: An American Icon Opens at The New York Library for the Performing Arts

In the new exhibition Sinatra: An American Icon, visitors will have a chance to look deeper into the life and legacy of Frank Sinatra. In the new exhibition Sinatra: An American Icon, debuting this March at The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts, Dorothy and Lewis B. Cullman Center, at Lincoln Center, visitors will have a chance to...

Il gala newyorkese della NIAF

Il gala newyorkese della NIAF

La National Italian American Foundation di Washington torna con il gala annuale sotto le volte rinascimentali di Cipriani a 42nd Street il prossimo 8 aprile portando all'appuntamento newyorkese popolari nomi del piccolo schermo e di Broadway.   La Niaf ha anticipato che durante il New York Gala saranno consegnati riconoscimenti a due volti televisivi noti nell'area metropolitana, impegnati nelle redazioni di Channel...

Alessandro Michele To Show Gucci Resort 2016 Collection In New York

Alessandro Michele To Show Gucci Resort 2016 Collection In New York

Gucci announced plans to host its Cruise 2016 runway show in New York on June 4, WWD reported on Wednesday. This is the Italian brand's first resort collection under new creative director Alessandro Michele, who revealed his first collection for the brand last month.   More information about the upcoming Gucci show, including the venue, has not yet been announced. According to...

The Antonio Meucci young inventors’ competition

The Antonio Meucci young inventors’ competition

Sponsored by the Garibaldi-Meucci Museum & Time Warner CableIn keeping with the legacy of inventor Antonio Meucci(1808-1889), the Garibaldi-Meucci Museum and Time Warner Cable are pleased to announce the Young Inventors' Competition to be held Sunday, June 14, 2015, from 12-3 pm in Staten Island, (venue to be announced.) Throughout his life time, Antonio Meucci was responsible for many inventions, improvements and...

Buccellati Celebrates New York Flagship with Impressionist-inspired Collection

Buccellati Celebrates New York Flagship with Impressionist-inspired Collection

by Michelle Tay   For almost a century, Milanese jeweler Buccellati has kept the art of the Italian Renaissance at the core of their design philosophy, but with the opening of their Madison Avenue flagship on March 12, the house's designers have found themselves dipping into a new creative pool: Impressionism.   Entitled "Timeless Blue," a capsule of one-of-a-kind jewels has been created in...

FEDERICO FELLINI "Making a film" - book presentation and panel

FEDERICO FELLINI "Making a film" - book presentation and panel

Date: Thursday, April 09, 2015. Hours: 6:30PM Venue: Italian Cultural Institute - 686 Park Avenue - New York, NY 10065 Panelists: Antonio Monda (NYU), Wendy Keys (Film Society Lincoln Center), Christopher Burton-White (translator) Followed by the screening of the film Toby Dammitt (1968) Federico Fellini's Fare un film (1980) is the most comprehensive collection of the idiosyncratic Italian director's writings available in any language. The contents were culled from a...

Auburn's CIAO group to host St. Joseph's Day feast — so what's St. Joseph's Day?

Auburn's CIAO group to host St. Joseph's Day feast — so what's St. Joseph's Day?

by Michael Ricci St. Joseph's Day is traditionally celebrated every year on March 19. This year, it will be celebrated in Auburn on Sunday, March 15, by the Italian community group CIAO (Cultural Italian American Organization).   St. Joseph's Day was first celebrated in Sicily in the 11th century. The people of Sicily prayed to St. Joseph when there was a severe drought....

Santina

Santina

by Christina Izzo   The adage "Rome wasn't built in a day" has soothed the worried brows of empire builders for centuries—but not the crew behind Major Food Group. Patience might've worked for those Romans, but in its breathless, rapid-fire expansion—eight restaurants in six years—the Italian-American food juggernaut has tapped more readily into Yankee restlessness than Old World restraint.   Since debuting Torrisi Italian...

Alberto Burri retrospective at Guggenheim New York

Alberto Burri retrospective at Guggenheim New York

From 9 October 2015 until 6 January 2016, the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York will host a major retrospective of Italian artist Alberto Burri, entitled "Alberto Burri: The Trauma of Painting". The exhibition is organised by Emily Braun, guest curator at the Guggenheim museum and professor at Hunter College. The show will be the first retrospective of Burri's works...

National Italian American Foundation New York Gala- April 8 at Cipriani 42nd Str…

National Italian American Foundation New York Gala- April 8 at Cipriani 42nd Street. Actor/Playwright Chazz Palminteri to emcee evening

The National Italian American Foundation's annual New York Gala will honor WABC Channel 7's Lisa Colagrossi, Emmy Award-winning journalist and reporter; and Ken Rosato, anchor at Eyewitness News This Morning and Eyewitness News at Noon; Janet DiFiore, Westchester County District attorney; Edward A. Riguardi, a former commercial real estate executive at Jones Lang LaSalle in New York; and his son...

Dopo avere studiato il "fenomeno" per cinque decenni, Emilio Iodice ra…

Dopo avere studiato il "fenomeno" per cinque decenni, Emilio Iodice racconta il tenore Mario Lanza in un libro

di Riccardo Chioni   "L'ho conosciuto proprio il giorno della sua morte, ero un ragazzino e da lì è cominciato questo interesse profondo per studiare non solo la voce, ma la persona, il carattere" ha spiegato Emilio Iodice, autore del libro "A Kid From Philadelphia: Mario Lanza, The Voice of the Poets", presentato alla Columbus Citizens Foundation mercoledì e ieri all'Italian American...

Olivia Palermo: Inside the life of an American socialite

Olivia Palermo: Inside the life of an American socialite

Olivia Palermo was born on this day, February 28, in 1986. Born in Manhattan’s ritzy Upper East Side, Olivia shot to stardom after being cast on MTV’s ‘The City’ and has since turned from reality TV star to a widely admired fashion and style guru.   Olivia spent her early years growing up in between Greenwich, Connecticut and New York City with her brother Grant, interior designer mother, Lynn Hutchings,...

Italian star tapped for first New York residential project

Italian star tapped for first New York residential project

Developer Soho Properties has tapped Italian architect and designer Piero Lissoni to design the apartments and amenities at its new 45 Park Place.   The luxury condominium development marks Lissoni’s first residential condominium project in New York. “While planning 45 Park Place it became increasingly important to not only conceive of a tower which would contribute to downtown Manhattan’s new skyscape of...

Parm Brings Classic Italian Uptown

Parm Brings Classic Italian Uptown

The team at Parm has a lot more elbow room at its new uptown outpost. The Columbus Avenue spot serves all the classic Italian sandwiches and platters its Mulberry Street location is known for, but has room for 100 guests, more than twice as many as the original. The space not only allows for more diners, but also a bigger...

Report: Knicks Hope To Re-Sign Bargnani

Report: Knicks Hope To Re-Sign Bargnani

It took forever for Andrea Bargnani to get on the court this season, but since he has he’s impressed Phil Jackson. So much so that the Knicks would reportedly like to bring the 7-foot Italian back next season.   A calf injury forced Bargnani to miss 49 of the Knicks’ first 51 games, but since returning he’s seemingly gotten better every game. He...

Quattro nuovi trustees alla Scuola d'Italia

Quattro nuovi trustees alla Scuola d'Italia

Il Board of Trustees della Scuola d'Italia "Guglielmo Marconi" ha recentemente eletto quattro eminenti leader in seno all'organismo del Board che governa 300 studenti dal Pre-K fino al 12esimo livello bi-linguistico Prep School. La Scuola d'Italia fondata nel 1977 dal ministero degli Esteri, è privata e indipendente, l'unica nel suo genere fuori dall'Italia, offre tutti i gradi in lingua italiana...

La musica di Luigi Tenco a Casa Italiana Zerilli Marimò di New York

La musica di Luigi Tenco a Casa Italiana Zerilli Marimò di New York

Il 1 aprile, alle ore 18, presso la Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimò della New York University (24 West 12th Street, New York, NY 10011) andrà in scena il recitalintitolato "Lontano nel mondo / Far in the world". An evening with the music of Luigi Tenco. L'evento è organizzato in collaborazione con l'associazione "Liguri nel Mondo" (New York Chapter). Il primo cantautore moderno italiano, Luigi Tenco,...

Opening Concert

Opening Concert

Date: Tuesday, March 31, 2015 Hours: 6PM Venue: Italian Cultural Institute686 Park AvenueNew York, NY 10065 Organized by: ICI The exhibition will present Italian string instruments coming from four different cities, and made from the 17th to the 20th century. In particular, the only surviving violin made by Giovanni Pietro Caspani in 1657 will be shown. The instruments, property of the luthier and violin...

Massimo Nalin's Spiritual Paintings Are an Expressive Mirror for the Human Heart…

Massimo Nalin's Spiritual Paintings Are an Expressive Mirror for the Human Heart at Agora Gallery NYC

Chelsea's Agora Gallery will feature the original work of Bolzano artist Massimo Nalin in Pulse of Abstraction. The exhibition opens on March 31st and runs until April 21st, 2015.   The opening reception will take place on Thursday, April 2nd from 6-8 pm. Any art lover who enjoys thought-provoking artworks and meeting talented and interesting artists is encouraged to attend.

Cathedral of St. John the Divine, Oratorio Society of NY & Manhattan School…

 Cathedral of St. John the Divine, Oratorio Society of NY & Manhattan School of Music to Present Verdi's REQUIEM, 3/26

For the first time ever, The Cathedral of St. John the Divine, in collaboration with the Oratorio Society of New York and the Manhattan School of Music Symphony and Symphonic Chorus, will present a performance of Giuseppe Verdi's Requiem, on Thursday, March 26, at 7:30 p.m. at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine.   Under the artistic direction of Kent Tritle,...

Can Any Part of Little Italy Be Saved? Columbia Planning Students Hear One Local…

Can Any Part of Little Italy Be Saved? Columbia Planning Students Hear One Local Perspective

Victor Papa arrived clutching a cup of coffee from Veselka and came bearing gifts from the Doughnut Plant. The grizzled veteran of the Lower East Side gentrification wars brought something else to an urban planning lecture at Columbia University a few weeks ago: some strong opinions about the future of Little Italy. At least a few of the students gathered...

Book Presentation: ITALIAN FASCISM'S EMPIRE CINEMA – April 9, 2015

Book Presentation: ITALIAN FASCISM'S EMPIRE CINEMA – April 9, 2015

In Italian Fascism’s Empire Cinema, Ruth Ben-Ghiat provides the first in-depth study of feature and documentary films produced under the auspices of Mussolini’s government that took as their subjects or settings Italy’s African and Balkan colonies. These “empire films” were Italy's entry into an international market for the exotic.   The films engaged its most experienced and cosmopolitan directors (Augusto Genina, Mario...

Remembering the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire

Remembering the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire

March 26, 2015 06:00 pm - 08:00 pm John D. Calandra Italian American Institute25 West 43rd Street, 17th FloorNew York, N.Y. 10036   On March 25, 1911, just before closing time, a fire broke out at the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory in Greenwich Village, killing 146 people, mostly young Italian and Jewish immigrant women. The tragedy devastated families and traumatized communities. It also spurred...

A Shared History: The Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire In Italian American And J…

A Shared History: The Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire In Italian American And Jewish Memory

On March 25, 1911, a fire at the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory in New York’s Greenwich Village killed 146 workers. Most of the dead were recent Italian and Jewish immigrant women, some as young as 15 years old. Survivors, their families, and those who witnessed the fire were forever changed by the tragedy. Hundreds of thousands of people took to the...

Nicholas Corrado, 90

Nicholas Corrado, 90

Nicholas A. Corrado, 90, of New Dorp, a retired deputy commissioner for the city Department of Real Property and adjunct professor, a World War II veteran and family man, died Sunday in Staten Island University Hospital, Ocean Breeze.   Born and raised in Brooklyn, he moved to New Dorp in 1969. Mr. Corrado served in the in the U.S. Army for three...

JR's Haunting Murals Invade Ellis Island

JR's Haunting Murals Invade Ellis Island

On the long-abandoned walls and windows of Ellis Island's Immigrant Hospital, artist JR is reinterpreting American history. For UNFRAMED Ellis Island, the French multi-hyphenate has filled the iconic building with black-and-white tableaus of the Immigrant Hospital's former doctors and patients. With the support of Save Ellis Island (SEI) organization, the artist aims to keep the memory of Ellis Island alive...

WALL OF FAME GALA Honoree: Hon. Victoria A. Graffeo

WALL OF FAME GALA Honoree: Hon. Victoria A. Graffeo

FIFTH ANNUAL WALL OF FAME GALA. FRIDAY, MARCH 27, 2015 –6:30 PM GLEN SANDERS MANSION - 1 Glen Ave, Scotia, NY 12302Honoree:Hon. Victoria A. Graffeo Senior Associate Judge NY State Court of Appeals   Victoria A. Graffeo, Associate Judge of the Court of Appeals, was born in Rockville Centre, New York in 1952. Educated in the Schenectady and Guilderland public school systems, she graduated from...

Presentation of "Long Island Italian Americans: History, Heritage and Tradi…

Presentation of "Long Island Italian Americans: History, Heritage and Tradition"

Monday, March 23, 2015, 6pm John D. Calandra Italian American Institute - 25 West 43rd Street 17th floor - New York, N.Y., 10036Long Island Italian Americans: History, Heritage and Tradition (The History Press, 2013) by Salvatore LaGumina   For Italian immigrants and their descendants, moving from "the city" to Long Island was more than a change of address. It signaled that the family...

Seniors Honored at Italian American Club

Seniors Honored at Italian American Club

If it weren't for our senior citizens, we wouldn't be here. That's what friends and family were saying at the Senior Recognition Event at the Italian American club Sunday afternoon. The event was hosted by the St. Anthony's Church and the Italian American Club. It recognized 26 members of the church and club ages 85 or older and thanked them...

Con gli occhi di un italoamericano: in mostra i ritratti degli artisti di IAVANE…

Con gli occhi di un italoamericano: in mostra i ritratti degli artisti di IAVANET

È stata inaugurata il 4 marzo alla Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimò NYU By Hand and by Lens: Portraits by Italian American Artists, quinta mostra collettiva di IAVANET – Italian American Visual Artists Network.   Fra pittura, scultura e fotografia, le opere esposte catturano quella che sembra essere l'essenza comune a tutti i soggetti, pur ritratti con tecniche e stili assai diversi tra loro:...

Strepitosa vittoria pugilistica di Floriano

Strepitosa vittoria pugilistica di Floriano

Il Webster Hall, situato nell’East Village della Grande Mela, è il più grande nightclub degli Stati Uniti, con una superficie interna di oltre tremilacinquecento metri quadrati. Risalente al 1866, è uno spazio famoso anche per I concerti e gli eventi sportive di grande risonanza internazionale.   La sera del 22 gennaio di quest’anno, nonostante il vento gelido e la temperatura polare, una...

DaFranco & Tony already a hit

DaFranco & Tony already a hit

Italian and seafood restaurants aren’t hard to find in the Bronx. However, a new establishment has already proved that it stands out. DaFranco & Tony Ristorante, located at 2815 Middletown Road near Westchester Avenue and the Middletown Road IRT train station, has been open for just over three months and has already been awarded for its delicious cuisine and romantic...

una-nuova-sede-per-la-scuola-d-italia-l-annuncio-durante-il-gala-di-venerdidi Riccardo Chioni   Si apre un nuovo capitolo per la Scuola d'Italia "G. Marconi" che dopo tanti anni di gestazione vedrà realizzarsi il progetto di una nuova sede adeguata all'istituzione storica...
brooklyn-italians-65-anni-di-successiI Brooklyn Italians celebrano 65 anni di attività calcistica e li festeggiano oggi nel 40° Gala che si tiene al ristorante El Caribe. Gli Italians costituiscono il club più antico della storia del calcio...
book-presentation-tech-and-the-cityAPRIL 15, 2015 (06:00 PM )Casa Italiana Zerilli Marimò - 24 West 12th Street - New York, NY 10011Book Presentation: TECH AND THE CITY, The Making of New York's Startup...
italy-to-be-sffs-partner-country-sponsorFor the first time ever, the Specialty Food Association has engaged a partner country sponsor for the Summer Fancy Food Show, the largest marketplace devoted exclusively to specialty food and beverages in...
a-look-at-the-2015-festa-di-san-giuseppe-in-ridgewood-queensHundreds gathered at Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal Church in Ridgewood, Queens on Sunday (March 22nd) to celebrate the annual Festa di San Giuseppe. Mass was held in Italian by Father Thomas, followed...
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