Created from a childhood passion for making pizza, owner Will McMaster has travelled from Brooklyn to Italy studying and perfecting the craft. Offering a simple menu of five wood fire oven pizzas, two salads and a seasonal side, Pizza Nono is wowing diners through their mission of serving guests undeniable quality, artisanal, traditional and fresh...

The participation of the Museo del Cognome to the largest genealogical event in the world, which was held in Salt Lake City, Utah, from February 9 to 11, was a big success. Like every year fans, curious and industry professionals from all over the world met at RootsTech, three days dedicated entirely to the world of genealogy and the various areas...

Join us this Tuesday at Caputo's Deli to celebrate the traditional Italian festival of Carnevale! Feel free to come dressed up with a mask or just as yourself. We will have light refreshments, games, and more. Be sure to come slightly early, if possible, as our time is limited and we want to have as much fun as possible with the time we have. There...

È appena partita la campagna di raccolta fondi per “Your Italian Homecoming Experience – Il passato prende vita” – il nuovo progetto del Museo del Cognome creato in collaborazione con Bella Italia Genealogy, due piccole e uniche realtà della Campania, da anni impegnate nel campo della genealogia, che hanno unito le forze e partiranno il prossimo fe...

By Catherine Reese Utah Opera is welcoming music lovers back to Salt Lake City's newly renovated Capitol Theatre in grand style with an excellent production of Giuseppe Verdi's beloved "La Traviata."   Though it features a pair of festive and sparkling party scenes — staged smartly by director José María Condemi and sung with flair by the U...

The Granatos of Salt Lake City are bridge builders. Not the bridges that cross rivers, but the bridges that bring people of various religions, races and cultures together.   During the first century of Utah's existence its population was both culturally and religiously homogenous. It owed its founding and development to Mormon settlers of pr...

Watching the Gallo family converse in their native tongue is like watching a stage show, but you quickly realize language is a very important connection from one generation to the other.   "My dad always told me the more languages you know the more friends you will have. He was right," said Maryda Nicole Gallo, who speaks three languages. &...

What traveler hasn't daydreamed of selling one's possessions and returning to live in the foreign country where one feels alive and full of joy? But how many people actually do it?   Salt Lake City native Lisa Condie did and is creating a new life in Florence, Italy, where she and another Salt Lake City native are building a tour compan...

By Christine Young   The Italian-American Civic League and Salt Lake Italian Club will host Festa Italiana Salt Lake City in the downtown area Sept. 19-20. The festival, in its first year, will focus on Italian food and culture. Festa Italiana Salt Lake City is a non-profit Italian festival and "a portion of the proceeds will be do...

by Ted Scheffler   Ice, Ice Baby! If you've enjoyed the excellent gelato at local restaurants such as Per Noi Trattoria, Oasis Cafe, Pago, La Caille and others, along with the Downtown Farmers Market, you've eaten Sweetaly artisan Italian gelato.   Well, in mid-May, owners Francesco and Lisa Amendola hosted a grand opening and ribbon...