A group of women is working together to fulfill a great mission. Learn about the Italian Welfare League and their program I Nostri Bambini, which has collected $1.5 million in favor of children with disabilities and their families.
This is a story of emigration like so many others, or so it may seem. But in our opinion, this one has a special determination. We are talking about two brothers originally from Salerno, Fabio and Ciro Casella. About the patron saint of their city, San Matteo, who “protected” their business in New York. We are talking about their family bonds, about panuozzo – a sandwich made with pizza dough, and about their passion for coffee amongst so many other things.
The Italian National Olympic Committee (CONI) isanorganiza- tion responsible for managing Italy’s sports. It is involved in organizing, developing and promoting national sports. In light of our cover story, we met with its President Giovanni Malagò and asked him a few questions
Pizzeria Starita was founded in Naples in 1901. Today, after four generations, it’s still thriving. The history of this ever- bustling pizzeria, beautifully narrated by Monica Piscitelli in the blog of acclaimed Neapolitan journalist Luciano Pignataro, describes its Neapolitan location, including its shrine to San Gennaro engraved with the date that the pizzeria first opened its doors in the working-class neighborhood of Materdei. Now Don Antonio Starita is in New York City too, partnering with Roberto Caporuscio of Kestè and his daughter Giorgia.
A conversation with Michele - the soul of the wine department at Jerry’s Homemade-Gourmet and More. “In the last 15 years, in every single region in Italy, there has been a revolution in the world of wine,” he tells us. “Local varieties were rediscovered and several provinces learned how to make wines that intensified their products’ unique flavors”
Prize trip to America for the employees of the Italian company that was established in 1938 by the Colavita family in the small region of Molise. Forty years later Colavita found in the US a commercial partner and together they affirmed their presence all over the world. As a big family. We visited them at the Colavita plant in Linden, NJ.
A trip into the secret the American Business Administration Schools haven’t yet discovered