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  • Dining in & out: Articles & Reviews
    Luciano Pignataro(May 13, 2016)
    Le Strade della Mozzarella (LSDM) is one of the first Italian food festivals and the one dedicated specifically to mozzarella. It is held annually in the ancient city of Paestum, south of Naples, the land of mozzarella di bufala. And now it is going international: it has established editions in Paris, Geneva and London. This coming May LSDM will be in New York—say the two founders, Barbara Guerra and Alberto Sapere.
  • We met with portraitist and photographer Francesco Sapienza, who told us about his experience as an artist in New York and about his belief that “it is not your duty to be photogenic, it is the photographer’s duty to make you photogenic.” From food to fashion to faces: the story of a creative and personal success.
  • The fourth edition of In Scena! Festival di Teatro Italiano has started with a bang with a special opening night dedicated to Italian playwright Luigi Pirandello. This year's edition of In Scena! is bringing to New York 5 different shows, all in Italian with English supertitles, presented by companies coming from different regions, from north to south, to provide several examples of the creativity that distinguishes the whole territory.
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    Events: Reports
    (April 29, 2016)
    Sunday, 1:00 pm on NYC Life Channel 25 (HD Ch 525) - With Alberto Zamperla An afternoon with the Italian founder of Coney Island's Luna Park. - With Jovanotti. t's back to school with Lorenzo Cherubini - Books. Italian Fascism's Empire Cinema: Stefano Albertini interviews Ruth Ben-Ghiat - Dolce Vita. Let's end with a sexy recipe from Rome: Bucatini Cacio e pepe. With Chef Luca Stefani. The narrating voice,by Antoinette La Vecchia. Tecipe supervision Virginia Di Falco. Sunday, 1:00 pm on NYC Life Channel 25 (HD Ch 525)
  • Beneath the towering Renaissance-inspired marble columns at the legendary Cipriani 42nd Street in New York City another unique springtime bash with NIAF to promote the culture and heritage of Italian Americans on April 28, 2016 This year honorees are: - Honorable Marie L. Garibaldi - NIAF Executive Vice President Retired N.J. Supreme Court Justice (Posthumously Awarded), - Michael J. Inserra Area Deputy Managing Partner, elect – Americas Ernst & Young - Frank Bisignano Chairman and CEO First Data - Luigi P. “Lou” Carnesecca Coach, St. John’s University Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame 1992 - Mike Piazza, Former Major League Baseball Catcher, New York Mets & Los Angeles, Dodgers 2016 Baseball Hall of Fame - Arthur J. Mirante, II Avison Young Principal and Tri-State President - Joseph R. Guccione, Managing Director, Freeh Group International Solutions, LLC
  • Dining in & out: Articles & Reviews
    Dino Borri(April 21, 2016)
    The business of using fraudulent names or images to evoke Italy has hit stratospheric numbers. Never before has the problem of “Italian sounding” been so, well, audible.
  • In Italy we must change our thinking about immigration and see it as an opportunity and not as a burden. For this vision to work, we need to begin social planning along the lines of the American model during the Great Migration—to create many carefully organized and operated Ellis Islands along the contested southern shores of Europe.