The American Academy in Rome (www.aarome.org), an American overseas center for independent study and advanced research in the arts and humanities, seeks a dynamic, resourceful, and highly organized Communications Manager for the New York office. The position is based in New York and responsible for supporting, managing, and executing a full range o...

After a remarkable, successful $250,000 Kickstarter campaign, CIMA is thrilled to announce that the BOLTED BOOK has arrived! Join us this weekend at MoMA PS1 for a special talk about the book with Steven Heller and Raffaele Bedarida and a rare chance to see an original copy of Depero Futurista. Printed Matter's NY Art Book Fair. Sunday, September 2...

Per il Ministro degli Esteri Angelino Alfano, non c’era occasione più ghiotta di questa, ad una manciata di mesi dalle elezioni politiche italiane, che coinvolgeranno anche gli elettori italiani all’estero, e nel pieno del vivace dibattito che sta letteralmente travolgendo gli Stati Uniti, per difendere la statua di Cristoforo Colombo. Lo ha fatto,...

Sometimes you want to go where everybody knows your name. That’s the feeling in Villa Milano, a decades-old Italian restaurant in Manhasset owned by the Bekteshi family that serves family recipes and focuses on customer service. Co-owner Don Bekteshi said running a restaurant with three generations of a family isn’t a piece of cake, but his family...

Francesca Capetta, who just performed at Carnegie Hall in her sold-out solo show "Francesca Capetta sings Dean Martin: A Centennial Celebration" with Tony Winner Liliane Montevecchi and cabaret singer Stacy Sullivan, will be starring in the leading role of the new musical about Maria Montessori "La Dottoressa." The musical, written and composed by...

Walk into either Eataly location in New York City, and you’re likely to see mobs of tourists, and long lines to pick up either one of their handmade sandwiches or a slice of their fresh focaccia bread. Venture around the store, and you’ll find stalls set up selling gelato, fresh pasta, a glass case full of cheese, and what is probably some of the b...

In 1976, a bustling retail store opened on East 59th Street in New York: It was called Fiorucci — a global concept shop by the Italian designer Elio Fiorucci, who had opened other outposts in London and Milan. It housed Fiorucci’s own fashion line, which had become famous for baby-faced angels on T-shirts and some of the first stretch jeans, as wel...

Gluten-free eaters have a big new restaurant to try with the opening of Tali & Tali Dolce, an entirely gluten-free Italian restaurant, bar, bakery, and ice cream shop from consulting chef Harold Dieterle that has officially debuted in Kips Bay. Tali focuses on the savory side of things, with tons of dishes that aren’t usually associated with gluten...

Candice Guardino will premiere her hit show, "Italian Bred," in her native Staten Island in the Music Hall at Snug Harbor Cultural Center & Botanical Garden Saturday, Nov. 11, at 8 p.m. And it's not too early to reserve. "Italian Bred" is based on true life events and told through the eyes of a little girl growing up Italian on Staten Island. Candi...

Super fans of Italian hazelnut-cocoa spread Nutella have something to go nutty over: an all-Nutella cafe is expected to open in Greenwich Village. The city's latest single-subject restaurant will take the ground floor of a new Morris Adjmi–designed condominium building at 116 University Place when it opens next year with a 2,200-square-foot Nutella...