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May the coming year bring abundance and prosperity to all

By On January 6, 2022

By Murray Schulman Happy New year to all my awesome readers. The start of the new year brings with it the possibility of better things to come. New confidence, new opportunities to… Read More

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Boiling an egg in a microwave, and other household myths

By On January 6, 2022

By Charlie SacchettiIt sure seemed innocent enough. Recently, I was doing a little YouTube watching and came across an interesting post that immediately got my attention. For some time, I have wondered… Read More

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How to buy an Italian home for 1 euro

By On January 6, 2022

Trend to revitalize rural sites presents unique opportunity By Jeanne Outlaw-CannavoThe sale of thousands of Italian homes for the paltry sum of just 1 euro has sparked international interest in recent years.… Read More

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A simple signature makes a lifelong impression

By On January 6, 2022

By Richard A. DiLiberto Jr.At this “time of the rolling year” as Charles Dickens called it in “A Christmas Carol,” we reflect upon our childhoods, and our ancestors. One holiday season, when… Read More

Achievers

Professor finds there’s nothing that can’t be gained from Italian studies

By On January 6, 2022

By Ken MammarellaMany different students – paesani and not – benefit from their minors in Italian at Widener University, associate professor Thomas K. Benedetti has found. Engineering students – the largest contingent… Read More

Obituaries

Broadcast pioneer Pat Delsi, 86

By On January 6, 2022

Italian-American HeraldLast month, Pasquale “Pat Delsi” Del Signore, 86, passed away peacefully at home. Born in Sulmona, Italy, Pat grew up in Camden before marrying his wife, Margie (nee Tryka) and moving… Read More

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UNICO Foundation to grant $6,000 in scholarships

By On January 6, 2022

Italian-American HeraldThe UNICO Foundation will grant four scholarships valued at $6,000 to high school seniors who will be attending a full-time, accredited campus-based college/university program in the United States. The scholarships are… Read More

News

Politician apologizes for referring to Holocaust survivor by her Auschwitz number

By On January 6, 2022

ANSA MILAN – A local politician in Italy apologized for referring to a well-known Holocaust survivor Liliana Segre by her concentration camp tattoo number in a Facebook comment criticizing her support for… Read More

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‘Most important’ Italian dinosaur site found near Trieste

By On January 6, 2022

ANSAROME – Researchers say that they have found the “most important” Italian dinosaur fossil site, near the northeastern port city of Trieste. The site at Villaggio del Pescatore contains at least seven… Read More

Heritage

Let us never forget the dialects that shaped us

By On January 6, 2022

Friends – If your family came from Abruzzo they probably spoke some form of Abruzzese. When I came as a 10 year old I spoke Abruzzese, not Italian. Most of the immigrants… Read More