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Justice prevailed in ruling on Columbus statue

By On October 1, 2021

EDITOR’S NOTEOn Aug. 17, Philadelphia Common Pleas Court Judge Paula Patrick ruled that the boarded-up Christopher Columbus statue in Marconi Square can remain there, and that the city had no legal basis… Read More

Local News

Ten teams compete in UNICO bocce tournament

By On October 1, 2021

From left: Commissioner Maria Teresa Sachele-Morrison, Rehoboth Chapter Secretary Veronica Dannerhoj, Commission Chairman Richard DiLiberto, tournament coordinator David Sciortino, UNICO National First Lady Pat Pelonero and UNICO National President Steve Pelonero. Italian-American… Read More

Featured

Venice: Where the sun set on the Italian Renaissance

By On October 1, 2021

By Robert Damien Santagata The most serene city of Venice – La Serenissima, as she was long called – rises from the water like a miraculous, dreamy mirage – colorful, frail, improbable… Read More

THE CHEF'S PERSPECTIVE

Autumn aromas in the air mean feasting time is near

By On October 1, 2021

By Murray SchulmanPumpkins, apples, wine, crisp clean air with whisps of wood smoke and spice. No wonder this is my favorite time of the year. What could be better than a drive… Read More

News

Former mining center now a tourist attraction in Sardinia

By On October 1, 2021

ANSA The mining industry in Sardinia, Italy, was booming in the early 20th century, as European nations looked to reconstruct from the damage of World War I. But, Sardinians faced myriad logistical… Read More

IT'S ALL GOOD

Used sports car only $500 – priceless life lesson included

By On October 1, 2021

By Charlie SacchettiIn the fall of 1969, it was time for me to make the big move. As a senior in college who was in no way financially well off, I had… Read More

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Pizzoferrato è la terra del Bruno Sammartino

By On October 1, 2021

Di Silvino D’Ercole Pizzoferrato, il borgo più bello d’Abruzzo, titolo assegnatogli da Skyscanner nel 2018, il paese della patata, ma anche il paese di Bruno Sammartino. L’ineguagliabile campione di wrestling che resta… Read More

Achievers

UD professor sifts through the past wherever it leads

By On September 1, 2021

By Pete Kennedy When Dr. Margaret Laird tells people she’s an archaeologist, she often hears the same response:“People will say, ‘That’s great! I love dinosaurs!’” Laird said. But Laird – who goes… Read More

News

Island of Capri hosts ‘Song of Sirens’ festival

By On September 1, 2021

ANSA NAPLES – This month from Sept. 10 to Sept 20, the island of Capri will host an interna-tional festival of theatre, music and the visual arts, titled ‘Il Canto delle Sirene’… Read More

Community calendar

UNICO sponsors Bocce Tournament in Georgetown

By On September 1, 2021

Italian-American Herald The Rehoboth Area chapter of UNICO will hold its annual Bocce Tournament on Sept. 11 at Mulligan’s Pointe in Georgetown, Delaware. Teams or two, three or four players may compete.… Read More