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In business and in public service, a life devoted to building bridges

By On May 1, 2021

Amato Berardi, founder of insurance firm Berardi & Associates. By Pete KennedyDuring the five years that he served as a member of Italian Parliament, Amato Berardi had a 96 percent attendance record.… Read More

Arts & Entertainment

Eureka! A perfect polenta for springtime appetites

By On May 1, 2021

By Murray SchulmanLately, my curious nature that many of you have come to enjoy is once again peaked. I am preparing dishes that seem to be Italian in style. But I ask… Read More

Featured

Welcome to Rome, but where to begin?

By On May 1, 2021

By Robert Damien SantagataThe great Eternal City welcomes me into its big, cushiony bosom. It is a very hospitable city. I love and adore and admire Rome and its fortunate inhabitants. Its… Read More

Local Interests

$1,000 UNICO grant goes to Lighthouse for Broken Wings

By On May 1, 2021

From left: UNICO Rehoboth Area Board member Karen Coombe, shelter director nurse Toni Short, UNICO Delaware Outreach chairperson Joan Boraski. Italian-American HeraldThe Ralph Torraco Food Bank and Shelters Fund , a national… Read More

Local Interests

UNICO assistance efforts benefit needy in Sussex

By On May 1, 2021

A child at the Lighthouse for Broken Wings shelter receives Easter gifts. As one of its national goals “service above self,” UNICO members remain faithful to helping those in need, as an… Read More

Local Interests

Catholics called on to emulate ‘creatively courageous’ St. Joseph

By On April 1, 2021

By Maria Teresa Morrison As I entered our church early one recent morning, I saw a portrait near the main altar of St. Joseph holding the Baby Jesus. I was captivated by… Read More

Achievers

Educator’s fascination with birds took flight in childhood

By On April 1, 2021

Leigh Altadonna By Pete KennedyLeigh Altadonna has been fascinated by birds since he was a kid. “Think about how fantastic these small creatures are, traveling many thousands of miles each fall and… Read More

Heritage

Grocery-cart lessons last a lifetime

By On April 1, 2021

By Richard A. DiLiberto Jr.We all have defining moments from our early years. When I was about 10 years old, I remember my father coming home each day, exhausted from his police… Read More

Arts & Entertainment

Warm comfort food for the springtime: Traditional pot pie

By On April 1, 2021

By Murray Schulman Spring has sprung and we are adjusting to warmer weather through what and how we are preparing meals. With that said, I thought that it would be fun to… Read More

THE CHEF'S PERSPECTIVE

In a world of chaos, I find my happy place in the kitchen

By On March 1, 2021

Chicken, potatoes and green beans prepared in an air fryer – simple fare and not too shabby!… Read More