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The Italian nationalist Giuseppe Garibaldi (1807–1882) was memorialized with a bronze statue in Washington Square Park in New York City in 1888. With statues a subject of recent controversy, especially as Columbus Day approaches yet again, the historical context behind this surprising statue of Garibaldi is worth digging into. The mid-nineteenth ce...

When: 6 -7 - 8 June, 2022 from 10AM to 6PM - For the FULL PROGRAM please click HERE This initiative is aimed at the public of readers and the international publishing world (publishing houses, literary agencies, editors, translators) and it is promoted by the Italian Cultural Institute in New York directed by Fabio Finotti, with the collaboration o...

A new development coming to The Ridge Marketplace shopping plaza will include an Italian restaurant and added retail spaces. Evviva Trattoria is a Massachusetts-based sister restaurant chain to 110 Grill, a restaurant already located at The Ridge. The new restaurant describes itself as offering modern Italian food in a casual atmosphere. Wayne Morr...

When: Friday, June 03, 2022 From 6:00 pm To 8:00 pm - Where: Istituto Italiano di Cultura - NY - Entrance : Free Italian sculptor Eliseo Mattiacci (1940–2019) is known for his contributions to the Arte Povera and Minimalism movements in postwar Italy. This lavishly illustrated publication is the first to focus on Mattiacci's years in Rome from the...

The Lega Serie A lands in the United States of America. And it does it in great style starting a new historic phase of the Italian soccer history, with the opening event “CALCIO IS BACK”, in the prestigious location of the Metropolitan Museum of Art of New York. Many personalities of the institutional, professional, cultural and entertainment world...

Though the Centro Culturale Italiano Di Buffalo has been involved in many ways in the Italian heritage of Buffalo, they finally have a new home with many exciting activities to come this summer. The “Little Italy ” of Buffalo got a little bigger in the Italian Heritage Month of October 2021 when the historic North Park Library was reopened as the n...

They might be tall and Italian like Bill de Blasio, but Big Apple monuments honoring Christopher Columbus are no longer getting round-the-clock police protection like the former mayor. The NYPD has quietly stopped its years-long practice of providing 24/7 bodyguard service for bronze sculptures in Manhattan’s Columbus Circle and Central Park honori...

Monday, June 06 2022. 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm. John D. Calandra Italian American Institute. 25 W 43rd St Suite 1700, New York, NY. Alyssa J. Maldonado-Estrada (Kalamazoo College). Every Saturday, a group of men can be found in the basement of the Shrine Church of Our Lady of Mount Carmel in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, busily measuring, hammering, and paintin...

Monday, May 23 2022 8PM. Carnegie Hall - Weill Recital Hall. 881 7th Ave, New York, NY. Amarcord: Nino Rota and Ennio Morricone tribute. Luca Seccafieno, Trumpet; Fabrizio Viti, Piano. Buy Tickets here.Luca Seccafieno and Fabrizio Viti pay tribute to composers Nino Rota and Ennio Morricone, timed near the centenary of Federico Fellini and the ninet...

In support of academic excellence and the University’s expansion as a global institution, Life Trustee Daniel D’Aniello ’68, H’20 and his wife, Gayle, are gifting $10 million toward significantly enhancing the Syracuse Abroad Florence program. The transformational nature of this gift will expand opportunities for students, attract exceptional facul...

The 10th GFNY World Championship NYC remains world’s most international cycling race and the largest cycling race west of Europe. The anniversary edition had 6500 riders from over 90 countries registered for the race. And after 103 miles with 8500 feet of climbing were battled out on the roads of New York and New Jersey, the crown went to two rider...

If you love to pump your fists in the air to techno, get ready. Musica nightclub, which was originally scheduled to launch pre-pandemic, will finally open its doors this weekend. The 25,000-square-foot Hell’s Kitchen space will be the largest club in Manhattan, and is the brainchild of hospitality guru Giuseppe Cipirani and Italian nightlife entrep...