A taste of Italia right here in Omaha! The Carlentini Omaha Association and walking tour group the Nebraska Trailblazers hosted a Little Italy Walking Tour where neighbors learned about the areas rich histroy and enjoyed few good bites. Sheri Kanger hosted the walking tour, her family has lived in Little Italy for generations and says she worked wi...

A new Italian fusion restaurant is coming to Little Italy, in the heart of Piazza della Famiglia. Basta!, which means “enough” in Italian, will open on Thursday, June 6, on the pedestrianized plaza across from the Little Italy Food Hall. Guests can dine and drink with a prime view of the iconic Little Italy Fountain and the passersby that come thro...

A 95-year-old former master seamstress was reunited Wednesday with a long-lost statue of herself that stood for nearly four decades in the lobby of the Garment District suit company where she once worked. The life-sized plaster likeness of Maria Pulsone - which will soon go on display at the Italian American Museum - was found by her granddaughter,...

For 130 years, Our Lady of Mount Carmel Italian Catholic Church has been a bastion of Italian culture. Founded in 1894 by and for Italian immigrants, the church is one of the last remaining pieces of North Denver's former Little Italy. It survived a devastating fire, anti-Italian and anti-Catholic prejudice, and every disaster of the 20th century....

ITALIAN HERITAGE RUNS DEEP. We welcome you, yes, YOU! Whether you are Italian, Italian-American, a 5k enthusiast or a supporter of all things Italian, we would love for you to be a part of our big event to celebrate Italian Republic Day on June 2, 2024. Italy Run LA is an inclusive family-friendly fun race open to participants of all ages and abili...

San Diego’s vibrant dining scene welcomes an innovative new Italian gem, Vincenzo—just when you thought the timeless cuisine couldn’t evolve further! Visionary founder Vincenzo Loverso invites you to savor a groundbreaking experience at San Diego’s first cheese wheel bar. Located on the best corner of Little Italy (India & Date St), step into the m...

Gino Bartucci Sr. has been trying to create a Little Italy on the Northwest Side for over four decades. With support from the city and the recent revitalization of a local business association, his dream might now be within reach. Over the past year, the city’s Department of Planning and Development has worked with local business owners, residents...

I was born and raised on Eagle Street, the borderline of Fredonia’s “Little Italy”. “Little Italy” ran from Eagle Street to Prospect Street, and from Main to the end of Eagle and the connecting streets in between, not just Eagle Street! Some people would also include large swaths of Liberty and Water Streets, but the creek was a divider, so most do...

A long-running effort to turn a stretch of Harlem Avenue on the Far Northwest Side into a walkable showcase for Italian American businesses and culture like Little Italy’s Taylor Street is inching forward. City planners told the 2-mile stretch between Grand Avenue and Irving Park Road can become a destination neighborhood with improvements to the s...

Little Italy has a rich history. It’s where Anna Venditte Diederich’s family settled. It’s home to the Santa Lucia Festival, which is celebrating its 100th year.“To be here knowing that our ancestors and my grandma was here at the beginning is such … can’t describe it,” said Diederich. This identity is a part of what makes Little Italy a candidate...