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Falconeri, an Italian brand that is part of Calzedonia Group, is moving into the U.S. market with a store in Soho, Commercial Observer has learned. The space spans approximately 1,850 square feet on the ground level and 1,000 square feet of non-selling space in the basement at 101 Prince Street, according to JLL’s Michael Hirschfeld, who along with...

John Greco loved his hometown. It would be fair to say he wore Geneva on his sleeve, according to those who knew him. He was born here, grew up here, was a star athlete at DeSales High School in the 1950s, served in the Marines, worked for the city and was in his 25th year as a City Council member when he died Thursday at age 81. No one has served...

The yearly summer study abroad program in Italy is looking for students to join the trip. The summer study is a five-week course where students travel around Italy and earn up to seven credits taking classes. The program begins on May 24, when students land in Rome. From there, they stay in Perugia, a city in central Italy filled with youth and stu...

Manhattan’s Little Italy is filled with New York City history that you can eat. Visit any number of local businesses -- some of which have been slinging mozzarella and powdered pastries for decades -- and you’ll get a taste of the area’s once-bustling immigrant community. Sure, you could grab your gabagool at Whole Foods, but there, they pronounce...

On late summer days, a large group of mostly Italian-American men — some first-generation — gathered at the Borruso house in Endicott. They brought homemade wine, maybe cheese or prosciutto, while in the backyard Joseph Borruso roasted a goat over a wood fire. While friends reminisced and new guests were introduced, Joe cut up the meat and divided...

Wednesday, March 20, 2019. From 6:30 pm To 8:30 pm EST. Italian Cultural Institute of New York, 686 Park Avenue, New York, NY 10065. Entrance: Free. Book Now. An evening dedicated to Milan with Stefano Boeri, architect and President of Fondazione La Triennale, in conversation with Noemi Bonazzi and Peter Eisenman, moderated by Matteo Milani. Stefan...

Known for upscale menswear, Ermenegildo Zegna has unveiled its new global flagship store at New York City’s iconic Crown Building, located at 4 W 57th Street. Designed by world-renowned architect Peter Marino, the new store both celebrates Zegna’s history and legacy and brings the Italian fashion house into a new chapter by incorporating metallic s...

Thursday, 03/14/2019 - 6:30pm EST. Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimò, 4 West 12th Street, New York, NY 10011-8604. On the occasion of the publication of: Un biculturalismo negato. La letteratura "italiana" negli Stati Uniti (2018, Franco Cesati Editore) by Anthony Julian Tamburri, Dean, John D. Calandra Italian American Institute, Queens College, CUNY,...

When you ask a New Yorker about the greatest television shows of all time, odds are that The Sopranos will be named within a matter of seconds. While the series stopped making new episodes more than a decade ago, most of the Sopranos cast members continue to work steadily, and Steve Schirripa is one of the prime examples of that. Beyond being part...

Thursday, March 14, 2019 – 12:00 Noon-4:00 PM. The Italian Cultural Foundation at Casa Belvedere, 79 Howard Avenue, Staten Island, NY 10301. Three-Course Lunch includes wine and soft drinks. $60 per person (plus gratuities). Reservations with pre-payment required. Call us at 718-273-7660. CLICK HERE TO RSVP ONLINE. Come enjoy great food & company w...

Italian entrepreneurs who migrated to Stony Brook University's energy incubator to form an innovative-battery startup are planning to take on the Powerwall of Elon Musk's Tesla Inc. Their Stony Brook company, StorEn Technologies, is adapting vanadium-flow batteries -- typically the size of shipping containers and found in utility or industrial sett...

La Food Hall a NYC di Arrigo Cipriani è una di quelle aperture destinate a far parlare di sé. Il luogo è New York, la data prevista “estate 2019”. Il nome ha dell’istituzionale: Arrigo Cipriani è il Patron dell’Harry’s Bar, storica insegna fondata dal padre Giuseppe nel 1931 (inventore del Bellini e del Carpaccio), amata da Hemingway e dichiarata n...