The Italian American Museum cordially invites you to attend a screening of the film "Italian New Orleans. A Look at the Italian American Contribution to the Crescent City". Discussion and Q&A led by Museum Founder and President Dr. Joseph V. Scelsa will follow the screeningThursday, July 27th, 6:30 PM. Light Refreshments Will Be Served. Italian Ame...

Strap yourself in for one roaring, ring-tailed ruckus of a read: Master craftsman Stephan Talty uncorks a spectacular story with exhaustive research in “The Black Hand: The Epic War Between a Brilliant Detective and the Deadliest Secret Society in American History” (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 298 pp., $28). And not the least remarkable thing about...

You might hear a few people yell, “Baby John!” as they walk by John Delutro’s Caffe Palermo in New York City’s Little Italy. But if you ask “Baby John” himself, he prefers to be called “The Cannoli King.” That moniker is exactly why John Delutro was the perfect pastry chef to explain the origins of the crispy, creamy cannoli for Fox News' latest “O...

The scholarship program committee announced two 2017 scholarships: Victoria Tully is the recipient of the Jerome & Angela Elliott Scholarship ($4,000). Victoria is attending the University of Maryland at College Park, majoring in Public Health; Anna Cuffari is the recipient of the Matricciani/Vondersmith Scholarship ($4,000).  Anna is attending Mar...

The Italian American Museum cordially invites you to attend the opening reception for "The HeArt of Italy" An Exhibition of Original Artwork by Il Chiostro Workshop Alumni. Presented by Il Chiostro Arts & Culture Workshops Across Italy. Saturday, July 15, 2017. 4:00 P.M. to 7:00 P.M. Refreshments will be served R.S.V.P. 212.965.9000 info@ItalianAme...

In memory of Sal Spinnato who grew up in Little Italy, was a bocce player, past president of the Little Italy Lodge, immersed in the parish and neighborhood, and a treasured friend to many, the Spinnato Family purchased and placed a new bench in Little Italy's bocce courts in memory of their brother/uncle/father. Father Bernie Carman, pastor of Sai...

The Archdiocese of New York is selling a Little Italy church for $7.3 million, new court documents reveal. The archdiocese filed paperwork in Manhattan Supreme Court on Monday showing its agreement with the Urban Standard development company to sell the Church of the Most Holy Crucifix, at 378 Broome St. between Mott and Mulberry Sts. A judge must...

Wednesday, July 26th from 5:30pm to 8:30pm. $45* per Person. The Little Italy Association of San Diego Board of Directors and Staff are proud to present the 17th annual Little Italy State of the Neighborhood dinner reception. Join us on the rooftop of the new County of San Diego Parking Structure for an evening of food, entertainment and a presenta...

Today is the grand opening of Regina’s Grocery, an Italian-American comfort-food joint at 27 Orchard Street on the Lower East Side, next door to The Fat Radish. The store, founded by Roman Grandinetti, principal of the “content management” firm CNNCTD, and his mother, Regina, has been in soft-opening mode for several weeks. “Old-school delis are cl...

Summer means the arrival of the festival season. From community festivals to church fairs, Pittsburgh promises something to do just about every day during the steaming summer months. Perhaps the most recognizable outdoor food fest in Pittsburgh, Bloomfield Little Italy Days is also a celebration of all things Italian. Soak up the sights, sounds, an...