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January 9, 2014

IAWA-West's 2nd Saturdays Kick off New Year with Linda Baldanzi and Stephen Massimilla on January 11, 2014

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The Three Rules of IAWA: Read Each Other, Write or Be Written, Buy Our Books

New York, NY - The Italian American Writers Association (IAWA) presents writers Linda Baldanzi and Stephen Massimilla on Saturday, January 11, 2014, at Cornelia Street Cafe from....

January 8, 2014

If it seems unreasonable, do it!

Darrell Fusaro
Fusaro 2014

Have my book signing at a Catholic bookstore run my nuns? What would people think?

January 7, 2014

A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to Gracie Mansion

Jerry Krase
Jerry Krase
Waiting to see Mayor Bill De Blasio at Gracie Mansion.

There have been so many complaints about Bill De Blasio’s inauguration in the right-wing (di destra) mass media and apologies in the left-wing (di sinistra) mass media that I...

January 5, 2014

Final Countdown Funding

Johnny Meatballs DeCarlo

www.gofundme.com/60q17g

January 4, 2014

Last Chance For The Big Game

Johnny Meatballs DeCarlo

Balls 2 The Bowl / Eat, Drink & Be Jersey... Winter Blast... or just one big bust ?

January 3, 2014

Now the Cartoon Version of Italian American Identity

Donna Chirico
The promo picture for Fugget About It

As if one show promoting the typecasting of Italian American identity as dysfunctional mobsters and thugs was not enough.

January 3, 2014

Enjoy a 'Should Free' New Year!

Darrell Fusaro
While the crew at Unity Online Radio have been enjoying the holidays, Darrell and Ed have been suffering withdrawals so they broke into Middle School Studios.

Co-hosts of the Funniest Thing! with Darrell and Ed radio show encourage listeners with a tip on how to start the New Year 'should free.'

December 31, 2013

Happy New Year's Folklore

Darrell Fusaro

On New Year's Eve Italians eat lentils: a typical dish which brings you luck. According to tradition, the more lentis you eat more money you will make in the new year.

December 29, 2013

Why did the Italians Leave Little Italy? Part II Urban Renewal:Elite-WASP conspiracy against working-class Euro-ethnic Catholics

Tom Verso

Part I of this series, about the mid-twentieth century migration of southern-Italian Americans away from Little Italy “Urban Villages” to the suburbs (e.g. from Bronx to Long...

December 28, 2013

L'Almanacco del delitto

Traci Andrighetti

Selections from "Il Cerchio Verde:" Italian Detective Fiction from the Fascist Era

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