Italian American Herald
Local News

Portrait of judge unveiled

October 16, 2019

Retired Philadelphia County Court of Common Pleas Judge Paul P. Panepinto is pictured with a portrait of himself that was officially unveiled May 9 at City Hall in Philadelphia. Judge Panepinto was… Read More

History

Language of Corsica: An ancient dialect endures

October 16, 2019

Italian-American Herald From the 9th century on, the language of Tuscany contributed to the development of the Corsican language. Prior to this, the language spoken on the island was tied to a… Read More

News from Italy

Marco D’Amore, racconto la tragica ascesa di Mussolini

October 16, 2019

ANSA ROMA — Benito Mussolini, “lo zingaro della politica, l’autodidatta del potere,” sale al Quirinale e si prepara a diventare il più giovane primo ministro della storia italiana. “Non ha nessuna esperienza… Read More

Food & Wine

An indulgent, springtime taste of Tuscany, from A to Z

October 16, 2019

Frank Cipparone With the arrival of the spring travel season, people’s thoughts turn to Tuscany, the place that, for many, symbolizes Italy. Whether you’re a first-timer or returnee, the experience never fails… Read More

Uncategorized

With a single sip of bourbon, a new journey begins

October 16, 2019

By Murray Schulman Change is a force that all of us face throughout our lives. Sometimes, we struggle with the entire idea of change. Other times we embrace the changes to produce… Read More

Food & Wine

Sneaky shopping secrets of a self-confessed berry fanatic

October 16, 2019

By Murray Schulman We are entering that time of the year when our region of the country produces the most delicious and sought-after berry crops. There is a mad rush to the… Read More

Per I Bambini

Sara va all’università con mamma per un giorno

October 16, 2019

By Melissa Cannavo-Marino This week Sara wants to tell you all about the time that she spent at the American University of Rome where her mamma attended classes. Mamma remembered that I… Read More

History

Lavish Sphinx Room at Domus Aurea unearthed

October 16, 2019

ANSA ROME — A beautifully decorated room has been discovered at Emperor Nero’s famed Domus Aurea (Golden House) in Rome and brought back to light after 2,000 years. The room is decorated… Read More

People

The first one is special — as if we needed any reminding

October 16, 2019

By Charlie Sacchetti As I was going through some old papers today, I saw a document that immediately took me back to a very special time in my life. It was a… Read More

Achievers

Jury still out on next career step for esteemed Pennsylvania judge

October 16, 2019

By Pete Kennedy In the early 1980s, Maria McLaughlin joined the cheerleading team at West Catholic High School in Philadelphia. She couldn’t have known at the time that she was taking a… Read More