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St. Andrew the Apostle Society and the Amalfitani-Italian Community will hold the 115th St. Andrew the Apostle Annual Italian Festa from Thursday evening through Sunday evening at the St. Andrew Club grounds by Wooster Square, 515 Chapel St.   A grand opening parade through Wooster Square at 6 p.m. Thursday will be followed by a blessing of...

Mary Sue Lyons, member of the Vermont Italian Club, will present Italy's Friuli Venezia Giulia Region: Beautiful, Fascinating and Affordable! on September 14, 6:30 p.m. at Kellogg-Hubbard Library. Lyons will lead a slide show tour of her travels of the most northeast region of Italy that is bordered by Slovenia, Austria and the Adriatic Sea.  ...

by Dana Hatic A popular Italian bodega in Coolidge Corner is getting ready to unveil a new outpost in Newton. Bottega Fiorentina will hold a soft opening for its new location on June 5, celebrating the occasion by offering free espresso.   The new restaurant from Andrea and Cristina Ferrini will open at 11 a.m. on Sunday after more than a y...

PIB, in partnership with the Harvard Film Archive and the Consulate General of Italy in Boston is pleased to present:   NUOVE VISIONI: ITALIAN CINEMA NOWSeptember 13 – 30, 2013The Harvard Film Archive   Read more   Source: http://www.piboston.org  

Joe Avati returns to Boston with his brand new award winning bilingual Italian standup comedy show 'Back to Basics'. This event will sell out so get your tickets early. Avati's observational brand of comedy have earned him comparisons to Jerry Seinfeld, and is often referred to as "the Italian Seinfeld".   His observations are drawn from the...

If you or your family members or friends are working on their Italian dual citizenship, please note the following announcement from the Vice Consulate in Providence: Vice Consolato d'Italia a Providence, Rhode Island, USA Deborah E. Del SestoHONORARY VICE CONSULNOTICEThe Honorary Italian Vice Consulate office will be open onTuesday, September 23,...

In 1998 Marco Pantani, the most flamboyant and popular cyclist of his era, won both the Tour de France and Giro d'Italia - a titanic feat of physical and mental endurance that no rider has repeated since. He was a hero to millions - the saviour of cycling following the doping scandals which threatened to destroy the sport. However, less than six ye...

FRAMINGHAM PUBLIC SCHOOLS - JOB DESCRIPTION TITLE: World Language Teacher - Italian QUALIFICATIONS:• Current and Valid MA DESE license in Italian (9-12)• Evidence of the emotional maturity and stability necessary for the work involved• Such additional qualifications as the Framingham Public Schools may find appropriate and acceptable  ...

by Christopher Hoffman Maserati, Lamborghini, Ferrari. Those names stir the hearts of auto lovers everywhere, conjuring up sleek, speedy sports cars that combine the best of Italian engineering, design and style. Fans will have the rare opportunity to see a line up of these masterpieces of the motorway at the Made in Italy Italian Show &...

For the past year, Cucina D owners and husband and wife, Damiano and Christina DiCenso, have offered handmade northern Italian cuisine to local residents from their recently established Middlesex Turnpike location. From tried-and-true fare like D's homemade meatballs to traditional dishes like chicken or veal marsala, this Bedford eatery has s...

Local resident Maria Fazio Colangelo is Plainville Community Schools 2016-2017 Teacher of the Year. Fazio Colangelo has been an educator for 37 years, and at Plainville High School for 25 of those, teaching Italian, reading and English as a Second Language.   Prior to that, she taught at East Catholic High School in Manchester, and at Saint...

Posted by Mario Angotta The statue of Madonna Delle Grazie was presented last Sunday afternoon at the annual procession in Boston's North End. Featuring Saint Alfio's Band and the Northeast Italian Band, the procession started at St. Leonard's Church at the corner of Hanover & Prince Streets and made its way through the neighborhood with many...