Antonio Monda talks about this year’s festival of new Italian films
Brooklyn’s Sal Albanese returns to politics after 15 years – as a candidate for Mayor
On the eve of Canzoniere Grecanico Salentino's American tour, Mauro Durante talks about the power of traditional music and the band's new album
Diaries, an exhibition of gay male-oriented Italian photography now on view at the Leslie Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art in Manhattan, presents the work of 11 artists who...
Why do the critics ignore the ethnicity in Tony Kushner’s new play?
Puglia’s president and Italian leftist leader Nichi Vendola envisions “a better Italy”
Why a Congressman’s fall isn’t (just) a laughing matter
Director Ferzan Ozpetek’s new film challenges Italian attitudes
The 1997 Mafia musical satire "Tano da morire" (finally) gets a U.S. release. There has never been a movie about the Sicilian Mafia quite like it... Surreal and often very...
Michael Occhipinti crosses genres with The Sicilian Jazz Project
Sicilian singer/songwriter Carmen Consoli returns with a new album and US tour
Roy Paci and his band Aretuska make their US debut