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The Elm City is welcoming another Italian eatery, and Wooster Square will soon be known for more than just its pizza. Ventured by Naples native and former head chef at Anthony’s Ocean View, Giulio Laurentino hopes to provide city residents with fresh, homemade pasta and Neapolitan delicacies. The restaurant — called Pasta EATaliana — opened last We...

È indetta la selezione per l’assunzione presso il Consolato Generale d’Italia in Boston di un impiegato con contratto temporaneo (della durata di sei mesi) da adibire ai servizi di Collaboratore Amministrativo. Possono candidarsi coloro che siano in possesso dei seguenti requisiti alla data del presente avviso: abbiano compiuto il 18° anno di età;...

The conviction of Bartolomeo Vanzetti and Nicola Sacco for a payroll robbery in South Braintree Square that left two men dead, continues to be debated a century later. The subsequent investigation and trial remains controversial and the execution of the two men in 1927 was met with worldwide protests. Historian and author Christopher Daley will dis...

The purpose of this research study is to understand the experience of ethnically-identified Italian-American college students in colleges and universities in the United States. To participate in this study, you must: Identify as Italian-American; Have graduated from a Bachelor's degree program within the last five years. Participation involves: Com...

Arthur Avenue’s Italian excellence finds its Connecticut home in Gaetano’s Deli. Recently named the “Best Deli in Connecticut” by Food Network, Gaetano’s is an Italian American dream with nearly four Connecticut locations in Westport, Stratford, Monroe and soon Shelton as well. Daily deliveries of delicious Italian bread from the Bronx’s Addeo and...

The wooden horses, lions, tigers and giraffes of the DeAngelis Carousel have spun all over the South Shore. The all-wood menagerie captivated local children from Pembroke to Stoughton to Houghs Neck through the '20s, '30s, '40s and into the '50s, until its original owner died and the carousel sat aging and unused in a Quincy home for several decade...

MGM Springfield will welcome Costa, a classic Italian restaurant serving housemade charcuterie, pizzas, pastas, salads, desserts, and more, to the resort’s food and beverage portfolio on Friday, Feb. 28. This will be Costa’s third outpost, having debuted as Osteria Costa at the Mirage Las Vegas and MGM National Harbor in 2018. Costa at MGM Springfi...

Around the Boston Design Center on the far edge of the city's Seaport District, Linda Liporto is known as The Showroom Queen. A principal with Boston-based construction management firm Corderman & Co., Liporto has been project manager for many of the highly individualized showroom spaces for well-known design and home-furnishing companies including...

Scampo in Beacon Hill donated a portion of the proceeds from December desserts sales to the Merwin Memorial Free Clinic for Animals today. The Italian restaurant, located inside the Liberty Hotel, raised $3,000 to go towards this wonderful organization. On Feb. 4, Scampo presented a $3,000 check to Merwin Memorial Free Clinic for Animals. Scampo ha...

This year, 2020, marks the 100th Anniversary of the Lodge Piave Fiume #1036 of the Order Sons and Daughters of Italy in America, located in the Town of Watertown. The Piave Fiume Lodge was founded in 1920 by 20 Italian immigrants living in Watertown, Massachusetts. Over the years, the Lodge has met at various locations, including: a back room of a...

Patrons of Frank Pepe Pizzeria Napoletana, both in New Haven and beyond, have the opportunity to try a new kind of pizza. The restaurant has begun serving a meatball and ricotta pizza, “crafted with 100% all natural meatballs, ricotta cheese, crushed Italian tomatoes, mozzarella, grated pecorino Romano and drizzled with olive oil,” according to a r...

Boston Baroque returns to Vivaldi's masterworks, The Four Seasons and Gloria in D, along with Monteverdi's Beatus Vir this March, featuring Concertmaster Christina Day Martinson and conducted by Music Director Martin Pearlman. Two performances of this program will take place at NEC's Jordan Hall-the first, on Friday, March 27 at 8pm, and the second...