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Wednesday, January 29 at 7:00pm. Westchester Italian Cultural Center, 1 Generoso Pope Pl, Tuckahoe, NY 10707. Hailed by The New York Times as "an artist of the highest caliber,” Italian born pianist Cristiana Pegoraro has performed on the world’s most prestigious stages in Europe, United States, South America, Asia and Australia. She has appeared i...

New Orleans has its French Quarter, the Irish Channel and food and music that mix cultures from all over the world. Frank Maselli wants to make sure the Italian contributions to the city are also celebrated. Maselli is chairman of the American Italian Cultural Center and if you haven't heard of it or its museum on South Peters St., he’s ready to ch...

Restaurant Week returns for its 28th edition—offering the opportunity to dine in some of the top restaurants in New York on a budget. More than 350 restaurants in 45 diverse neighborhoods across all five boroughs will offer prix-fixe meals including two-course lunches and brunches for $26 and three-course dinners for $42 (tax and gratuity not inclu...

Monday, January 27, 2020. 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM CST. Italian Cultural & Community Center, 1101 Milford St., Houston, TX 77006. Il Giorno della Memoria (International Holocaust Remembrance Day). On Monday, January 27, the ICCC will present a screening of the documentary Inferno Mittelbau Dora (2016; 53 minutes; not rated) as we remember the victims of t...

San Francisco 49ers QB Jimmy Garoppolo rarely opens up about his family life, granting just a handful of interviews discussing his parents and brothers dating back to his college career at Eastern Illinois, according to Heavy.com. Jimmy’s father, Tony Garoppolo Sr., who worked as an electrician for more than 40 years, was out the door every morning...

Fully 94% of Italians are ready to stop using plastic bottles, a survey said Thursday. The survey by the European Investment Bank and the French market research firm BVA showed that most Italians were willing to make the move to tray and help ease the climate crisis. According to the survey, some 66% of Italians have already stopped using plastic b...

Craving Italian food? Hoodline crunched the numbers to find the top Italian spots around St. Louis, using both Yelp data and our own secret sauce to produce a ranked list of where to venture when cravings strike. Hoodline offers data-driven analysis of local happenings and trends across cities. Links included in this article may earn Hoodline a com...

The Maserati Club of Florida (TMCFLA) Chapter President Todd Bernstein announced today the Florida-based nonprofit organization launched a new club on January 1, 2020 and it's entirely dedicated to the Maserati owners in the Sunshine State. Until recently, the Florida territory was under The Maserati Club of the Southeast, based out of Harriman, TN...

Italian national statistics agency Istat has compiled the most recent annual list of the names most frequently given to newborns in the country, based on data from 2018. The top Italian boys' name is no longer Francesco but Leonardo. After being the most popular boys' name for over a decade, Francesco is now in second place, followed by other tradi...

When it comes to pie of the pizza variety, everyone has an opinion. The basic combination of crust, sauce, cheese and toppings is what defines a pizza, but for so many of us, the style of pizza is what holds the key to our hearts and stomachs. Wouldn’t dare order a thick-crust, Chicago-style pie when you can find the distinctive hand-tossed New Yor...

The 19-year-old content creator from Las Vegas, Nevada started making videos on the platform in late October, 2019. But thanks to his Growing Up Italian series, has reached success across other social platforms like Instagram and Twitter too. Sean’s following quickly became a fan of any of Italian-related content, and in particular, of any videos f...

Art had a cultural currency beyond monetary value during the Renaissance. Representing the tastes, desires and, often, whims of the elite, paintings and sculptures served as manifestations of power. Those who controlled the finest works of art would go down in cultural history. For this reason, Scipione Borghese became one of the most ruthless and...