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Members of Holy Family Parish celebrated the feast of San Gennaro, honoring St. Januarius, patron saint of Naples, Italy, Sept. 23, at the church in Port St. Lucie. The saint’s actual feast day of Sept. 19 is marked in grand fashion every year in Italy and in New York’s Little Italy, where many of the diocese’s Italian faithful attended before movi...

Rimini is a small Italian city on the Adriatic coast that is famous in modern Europe for being a beach-going destination. But Rimini has much more to offer visitors than just beaches; it also has a number of impressive ancient Roman monuments to explore. Those traveling down the Adriatic coast should stop by Rimini and explore its ancient monuments...

According to Technavio’s (a global technology research and advisory company) latest report on the global ethnic food market, Italian cuisine is driving the growth of ethnic foods worldwide. The reasons for the growth Technavio reports are a few. Consumers continue to favor pasta and pizza. Italian restaurants continue to open in both the US and the...

If you are planning a nice trip to Veneto you absolutely can’t miss the unique and suggestive panorama of the Prosecco Hills, a territory being part of Unesco heritage since 2019 located in the heart of the region, in the province of Treviso. Here, among green hills embellished with iconic castles and above all rich vineyards, whose grapes are the...

When Hurricane Ida blew through New Orleans two years ago with 113 mph winds, the Central Grocery Company, a hallmark of the French Quarter for 117 years, was left in ruins. The closure of the old-time Italian deli left New Orleanians, transplants, and tourists hungry for its world-renowned original muffuletta — a gigantic sandwich made on 9-inch-r...

The Cultural Italian American Organization will honor two local medical professionals at its seventh annual Christopher Columbus Day Recognition Dinner Monday, Oct. 9, at the Springside Inn. The dinner will honor Dr. Rama Godishala and the late Dr. Patrick Buttarazzi for "their many years of unwavering personal dedication serving the community, whi...

Fashion’s high rollers are descending on Milan for fashion week (September 19 to 25), preparing to showcase and consume next season’s styles in the international city of luxury, fashion and design. As Italy’s most luxurious brands dispatch their delegations to Milan, we take a look at where they hail from. What better way for a haus to flaunt its f...

The Consorzio Tutela Vini d'Abruzzo is proud to present an exciting gastronomic experience in the heart of Miami—a unique restaurant week that will delight the palate with the exquisite wines from Abruzzo, Italy. This delectable journey, a part of charmingtasteofeurope.eu campaign, is set to captivate Miami's culinary scene from October 6th to Octo...

Saturday, October 7 · 1pm EDT. Aroma on 3rd, 1245 South 3rd Street, Philadelphia, PA, USA. Join us for the Filitalia South Philadelphia Entrepreneur Award Luncheon at the charming Aroma on 3rd. We will be honoring Chef Joey Baldino (Palizzi Social Club, Zeppoli) and Jennifer Santore (Ground Up Cafe & Coffee). Get ready to celebrate and honor the br...

Beyond the fancy hospitality tents, the Ryder Cup’s food scene is decidedly local at the Marco Simone club outside Rome. There’s an “APECESARE” food truck named after Julius Caesar selling “Street Food Romano,” where the menu highlight is a carbonara burger — a spinoff on Rome’s most famous pasta dish — with Damini beef, carbonara sauce, guanciale,...

The Black Olive has been serving the Tri-Cities for nearly the last two decades. Co-owners Kinsey Holliday and Moe Farrouki started the business as Primo’s in Elizabethton 17 years ago. Just a few years after starting, they expanded to Jonesborough and changed to what is known today as The Black Olive. Bringing authentic Italian food and flavors to...

When you spend as much time as we do examining and analyzing the Italian American experience, sometimes you just have to laugh. There are those little quirks that make us unique which are often at the source of so much of the “Italian American comedy” that speaks to each of us every time we encounter it. But what makes “Italian American comedy” gen...