Dal 9 all'11 Novembre si terrà a Boston la XIII conferenza del NOVA dal titolo "Wake up Italy!", organizzata in collaborazione con l'European student clubs at Harvard Business School e la MIT Sloan School of Management. Come recita il sottotitolo dell'evento, gli incontri verteranno attorno alle strategie, le opportunità ed i cambiamenti necessari...

Want to learn Italian? Whom better to learn from than a native speaker with a passion for teaching and a love for Italy. Sabrina Amadei has been teaching Italian for thirty years and has her own Italian language school in Winchester, Massachusetts. Sabrina grew up in Verona, Italy. She started her career in teaching when, at age 14, she taught bal...

by Lisa Cappuccio When: Wednesday, October 1st at 10:00 – 12:00pmWhere: Boston City Hall's Piemonte Room, which is located on the 5th Floor. Boston City Councilors Michael Flaherty and Sal LaMattina will host this year's Italian flag raising at Boston City Hall in honor of Italian-American Heritage Month. Join friends and families in a community...

By Tom Quinn The Mount Carmel Preservation Society will continue to push for the church's campus to be designated as a historic district, weeks after the Catholic Diocese of Worcester said they would be willing to delay demolition and talk about selling land to developers to raise money to save the building – promises contingent on the land not be...

by Lisa Hughes   A business that's been part of the North End for more than a hundred years is getting ready to close. A bakery with customers so loyal, they tell us this change in the neighborhood is a real loss, and they're already missing some of their favorites. As an elderly woman speaks Italian, a younger woman translates.  ...

The North End section of Boston was one of the early arrival points for Southern Italian and Sicilian immigrants. Many Italian-American families can trace their American roots back to this small warren of narrow streets and alleyways.   These pioneers brought with them local traditions and beliefs, including the festivals they knew from home...

Dear PIB members PIB and Italian Consulate in Boston are happy to invite you to the 2014 Sailing Event. For the second year consecutive, three teenage sailors from the "Scuola Vela Mascalzone Latino", a nonprofit sailing school in Italy, will compete during the week of June 23rd – 29th against young sailors from three of the most renowned sailing...

Where to MAST' Restaurant and Drinkery, a new Italian spot in Downtown Crossing. What for Serious culinary aspirations in a loud after-work setting. That oddly capitalized and punctuated name is an abbreviation of "o'mast," a bit of Neapolitan dialect that refers to the master of a craft. (As for "drinkery," it's what a really drunk person calls a...

When: June 4 and 13, 2015Where: Brookline Coolidge Corner, Branch Library, 31 Pleasant St., Brookline MAThe Italian Consulate in Boston, in collaboration with The Public Library of Brookline and "C'era una volta...Brookline," is pleased to present "Two Italian Movies at Brookline". The double event will be held at Brookline Coolidge Corner, Branch...

By Megan Turchi Nancy Caruso said she never leaves her home without bumping into someone she knows. "The best part of the North End is you see the same people day in and day out," Caruso said, regarding Boston's traditionally Italian neighborhood. Her family immigrated to the North End from Italy in the late 1930s, settling on Endicott Street...