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Still time to sign up for NIAF’s 14th Annual Tournament on Monday, August 13, at the Old Westbury Golf & Country Club in Old Westbury, N.Y. The tournament benefits NIAF membership and educational programs. Registration and breakfast at 10:30 a.m. – foursome packages include shotgun start at noon; cocktails, awards and raffle, and dinner. Sponsorshi...

As the feast season is upon us, one must look at one of the oldest living feasts in New York City and the oldest in Manhattan, the upcoming feast of Saint Rocco. A preservationist’s dream, the feast of Saint Rocco maintains uninterrupted for 129 years due to the vigilance and devotion shown by the Saint Rocco Society of Potenza, which was establish...

A poche ore dall'incontro tra Donald Trump e il presidente del consiglio, Giuseppe Conte, si fanno ipotesi sui possibili risultati di un'agenda non facile. Tra i temi, quello che preoccupa le imprese italiane riguarda i dazi, che potrebbero avere un effetto negativo sull'export italiano. Gli Usa, infatti, sono per l'Italia il terzo mercato di sbocc...

The Church of Saint Rocco in Glen Cove has dubbed its annual five-day fundraiser “The Best Feast in the East” for a reason. Take one bite from any of the 20-plus homemade dishes served in the Pasta Pavilion and you’ll know why. Each dish is a stunner because it’s made with love from the recipes of the Nonnas. This army of 30 grandmas, ranging in ag...

When the Piccirilli Brothers arrived in New York from Italy in 1888, they brought with them a skill– artistry and passion for stone-carving unrivaled in the United States. At their studio at 467 East 142nd Street, in the Mott Haven Section of the Bronx, the brothers turned monumental slabs of marble into some of the nation’s recognizable icons, inc...

A new Italian gelateria/cafe opened July 25 in Rye. The husband and wife team behind La Fenice Gelateria chose 3 Purdy Ave. for its "great location" and "great town." The couple — Simona and Salvadore Silvestri —already own a similar spot with the same name in Greenwich, Conn. The intimate cafe, with a combination of stool seating and a few tables,...

Wednesday, Aug 8, 2018 - 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM. Saratoga Pavilion at Saratoga Race Course, 267 Union Avenue Saratoga Springs, NY 12866. The charm and spirit of Italy will come trackside when Saratoga Race Course hosts Italian-American Day. The day-long celebration of Italian culture and heritage will feature traditional Italian music, dance, food, en...

Almost two years after the initial announcement, 10 Corso Como is set to finally open its New York outpost. To celebrate New York Fashion Week and its legacy — the Milan-based retailer opened its first store nearly thirty years ago — the New York store will launch by way of an all-day celebration informed by “music, art, fashion, design, cuisine an...

As good an Italian rainbow cookie as you’re likely to find is just one temptation in the bakery that’s the second part of Jonathan Benno’s ambitious enterprise in the newly redone Evelyn hotel in NoMad. The shop features breads and pastries, including the classic triangular Italian sfogliatella, and assorted traditional cookies. At 11 a.m. each day...

In 2011 Clara Flebus received a NOIAW scholarship which enabled her to earn a Master of Laws (LL.M.) degree in International Business Regulation, Litigation, and Arbitration from NYU School of Law. “At NOIAW I found a network of professionally accomplished, socially minded, compassionate and truly amazing Italian-American women — NOIAW supported my...

'Tis that time of year when tomatoes abound! We love all of our pomodori, from juicy heirlooms to sweet cherries on the vine. What's the best way welcome in the season of the glorious tomato? Celebrate it like an Italian: make a caprese! Here at Eataly NYC Flatiron, we have a line up of caprese-inspired events that you won't want to miss. Explore t...

Since 2004, Niagara University's College of Hospitality and Tourism Management has offered its students summer work-abroad opportunities at luxury resorts in a region of Italy The New York Times described as "a playground for the wealthy." Located in northern Italy, on the border of Switzerland, Lake Como is situated in the foothills of the Alps. S...