Since 1908, L'Italo-Americano newspaper has been committed to promoting the Italian culture and language in the United States, reflecting a true image of contemporary Italy.
Game is a delicacy in many parts of Italy, including Umbria. Try this creative combination of aromatic and balsamic for the best duck breast you've ever had!
Salem is famous, but Italy has its own witch towns, too:
.@learnloveitalia invites K-12 students to participate in Italian Language Poetry contest to showcase their creativity and Italian language skills! Oct. 23 Deadline|Prizes|Info https://t.co/MBmW6hTlkX
@learnloveitalia invites K-12 students to participate in Italian Language Poetry contest to showcase their creativity and Italian language skills! Oct. 23 Deadline|Prizes|Info https://t.co/MBmW6hTlkX
We're getting closer to Halloween: here's some Italian traditions for the spooky season!
Diplomacy? A gift from Italy!
L'Italo-Americano's interview with Italy's new ambassador in Washington, Mariangela Zappia:
Did you know that the history of opera in San Francisco speaks Italian?
Another legendary name of American literature, with strong connections with Italy, has gone: goodbye to Jack Hirschman.
A recipe to try this week! Zucchini ripieni alla Marchigiana!
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The secrets of Michelangelo's Pietà Bandini revealed by conservation work:
Triora, Italy's own Salem: a place to read about this October!
Italian connections for the early month of October:
Some history and curiosities about pesto... and some other culinary icons!
How couldn't we post again, considering the month we are in, this article about the mystery of Christopher Columbus' origins finally being solved?
Henry Suzzallo, University of Washington and the beautiful library dedicated to him:
Il Carnevale di Viareggio is back!