Residents and visitors in Boston's North End are celebrating the St. Anthony's Feast this weekend -- a tradition that dates back more than 100 years. "It's always a big celebration in the North End, and the whole neighborhood comes out to celebrate with us,” said Michael Bonett, vice president of the St. Anthony’s Feast Committee. The final weekend...

Boston’s oldest continuous Italian festival wrapped up Sunday after an another eventful weekend of food, music and flying angels. The last day of the 113th Fisherman’s Feast saw another day packed with Italian culture and the famous annual “flight of the angel.” The feast traces it’s origins back to 1503 when over 200 Italian fishermen made a dange...

Show your Italian pride at Fenway Park for our Italian Heritage Celebration, in conjunction with the Italian American Baseball Foundation, on August 29 at 7 pm. Ticket holders who purchase via this special offer will receive a custom Red Sox replica jersey highlighting the Italian flag on the front and the outline of the country on the sleeve. . Ad...

It’s a pretty common trope for players to make the leap into coaching after their playing career ends, but for former Boston Celtics forward Luigi Datome, that isn’t in the cards. Having announced his retirement after playing for the Italian National Team in FIBA Basketball World Cup 2023, Datome recently told Basketnews that he doesn’t think he’s...

What started as a high school side job in the heart of Springfield eventually helped Talya Pessolano kick-start her own business in South Boston. Pessolano is at the forefront of The Dirty Italian, a business that specializes in gourmet charcuterie, boxes and grazing tables. She has since turned her traveling business into a permanent residence, dr...

Gufo, the latest restaurant from Coda Restaurant Group, will open Friday at 660 Cambridge St. in Cambridge. The modern Italian restaurant opens with dinner service as the first stage for the multifunctional, 4,200-square-foot space. Next month, Gufo will open its café, serving house-made pastries and enoteca-inspired sandwiches such as mortadella a...

The North End is getting a brand-new hotspot tomorrow.  Umbria will open at 250 Hanover Street with a menu of Italian classics and dry-aged meats in a chic new multi-level space.Owner Frank DePasquale is reinventing Umbria, which was a Boston nightlife staple for over 20 years downtown. The DePasquale family is bringing the concept back to their ho...

Show your Italian pride at Fenway Park for our Italian Celebration, in conjunction with the Italian American Baseball Foundation, on August 29. Ticket holders who purchase via this special offer will receive a custom Red Sox replica jersey highlighting the Italian flag on the front and the outline of the country on the sleeve. Additionally join us...

The 113th annual Fisherman’s Feast returns to the North End in August, honoring the long fishing tradition of Boston’s Italian-American population. The four-day festival, running from August 17 through 20, will see streets packed with food vendors and live entertainment — shutting down North, Fleet, and Lewis Streets to car traffic. While Boston’s...

A small peninsula jutting into the Boston Harbor, the North End is one of the city's oldest and most storied neighbourhoods. Puritans from England settled the area, followed by waves of other European immigrants whose red-brick homes still crowd the narrow, maze-like streets. By the early 20th Century, tens of thousands of Italian immigrants had tr...