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  • New York via Calabria. How the granddaughter of a Sicilian barber fell in love with the profession at an early age, landed in the Big Apple, (re)invented her job, and wound up achieving her dream of working in the world of fashion (and much more).
  • Art & Culture
    (January 08, 2016)
    Application deadline is March 1, 2016. Don't miss this opportunity. Is the second year of the 'Italian Diaspora Studies Summer School', a successful collaborative program between the University of Calabria and the John D. Calandra Italian American Institute / Queens College of The City University of New York.
  • City Saucery's Nonna Carolina sauce line won NYCEDC's (New York City Economic Development Corporation) Third Fancy Food Competition. The Taste of NYC: Fancy Food Fellowship is a City-sponsored competition designed to send New York City-based specialty foods manufacturers to an internationally recognized trade show, in this case the Summer Fancy Food Show.
  • Based on real events described in Gioacchino Criaco’s novel, BLACK SOULS (ANIME NERE) is a tale of violence begetting violence and complex morality inherited by each generation in rural, ancient Calabria, a real­ life mafia (‘Ndrangheta) seat in Southern Italy. The feature film directed by Francesco Munzi is opening in the New York, at the Angelika Fim Center on April 10.
  • Interview. He is a troubadour, singing and telling stories with a distinctly Calabrian point of view and dialect, pointing out the hypocrisy and deep political corruption in one of Italy’s most troubled regions, but balancing that with a dash of humor and catchy melodies often delivered on acoustic guitar. He will play at SubCulture New York.
  • Peppe Voltarelli - "Scarpe rosse impolverate" official clip di Tony Gutierres
    Events: Reports
    (November 06, 2012)
    Southern Italian singer-songwriter, composer and actor Peppe Voltarelli makes his New York City concert return in the form of a 4 week Saturday residency at Brooklyn's Barbès and a final Saturday show Manhattan's Drom running 5 weeks from November 10th through December 8th
  • The region of Calabria was represented at this year’s Fancy Food Show by 29 small businesses participating for the first time. Accompanying industry experts was Fabrizio Capua, commissioner with oversight of special E.U. programs, Euro-Mediterranean policies, internationalization, cooperation among various constituents, and policies promoting peace. We talk to him about the challenges that stem from the complex process of internationalizing the region.