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AS Roma Beats Liverpool 2-1 at Fenway Park


Serie A's AS Roma kicked off its summer friendly season with a 2-1 victory over British Premier League's Liverpool.

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Italian Ambassador Claudio Bisogniero Praises Community Efforts in Boston


During a recent two-day visit in Boston, Italian Ambassador to the United States, Claudio Bisogniero, met with representatives of the Italian and Italian American communities at the Dante Alighieri Society in Cambridge on June 18. “It is a great pleasure to be here,” said Bisogniero, after an introduction by Dante Alighieri Society President Spencer Di Scala and Comites President Maurizio Pasquale. During his visit in Boston, Bisogniero held meetings with community leaders, as well as with Boston Mayor Thomas M. Menino, State House Speaker Robert DeLeo and Governor Deval Patrick. During the meetings, there was great appreciation for the increased ...

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Italian Consulate Celebrates Festa della Repubblica 2012

Festa della Repubblica 2012 at Italian Consulate

On June 4, 2012, the Italian Consulate in Boston celebrated Festa della Repubblica with a cocktail reception at the Consular offices.

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Italianissimo! Gala Event Sets Tone for Future of Italian Heritage in Boston


On Friday, June 1, the Italian Consulate launched its first fundraising event to open an Italian Cultural Center in the city.

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Bocce Tournament – Festa della Repubblica (May 27, 2012)


Several Italian and Italian-American associations and organizations gathered for a bocce tournament on Sunday, May 27, 2012.

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A Call for Unity to Italian Americans of All Ages – Editorial


Italians and Americans of Italian heritage changed this country and we keep changing it — mostly — for the better. However, the past and the present for us do not always mix.

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“Made in Italy” Event at Neiman Marcus


On April 26, 2012, Neiman Marcus in Natick hosted a "Made in Italy" event, celebrating Italian style.

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At Economic Panel, Opinions Differ Over Future of Italian and European Economy


Coverage of the April 25 event held at UMass Club in downtown Boston, titled “The European Crisis and Italy: Has the Corner Been Turned?”

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Mt. Carmel Parishioners Voice Concerns Over Church Closing


On Sunday, April 22, 2012, about 30 parishioners of Our Lady of Mt. Carmel in East Boston gathered to protest the Boston Archdiocese's decision to seal the locks of the church.

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Panel of Experts Focuses on Saving Venice


A panel of experts gathered in Cambridge last week to discuss the future of Venice, as the city of canals slowly but steadily sinks deeper into the ground.

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Junior Boston Bruins Heading to Italy in 2013


The team based in Marlboro will be heading to Bolzano in April 2013.

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After 7 years, New Chapter in Fight Over Our Lady of Mt. Carmel in East Boston


After more than seven years of holding vigil, parishioners of the closed Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Church in East Boston found themselves locked out without notice.

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