By Al Kemp, Managing editorWhen Andrea Canepari was a student at University of Pennsylvania Law School studying for his Master of Laws degree, and later representing Italy as the Italian […]
By Al Kemp, Managing EditorLuisa Livorno Ramondo grew up enthralled by the stories her mother and father would share about their journey out of Torino, Italy, and their arrival in […]
Father-and-son authors John and Ben Resini wrote “Angelina” during the pandemic lockdown.
By Al Kemp In the new children’s book “Let’s Eat Snails,” a young girl named Margie broadens her culinary horizons to include a curious garden creature with help from her […]
Italian-American Herald A historical novel that highlights stories of women under Mussolini’s fascist rule leading into the collapse of Italy and World War II is set for release on March […]
By Charlie Sacchetti Richard N. Juliani’s “Little Italy in the Great War: Philadelphia’s Italians on the Battlefield and Home Front,” is an exhaustive account of how the city’s Italian immigrants […]
Before there was Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton, or Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt, in an age before cellphones, Instagram, texting and tweeting, there was Joe DiMaggio and Marilyn Monroe. […]