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Dante Alighieri Fellow Allison Longley Heading to Camerino

Allison Longley at Rome

Longley won one month of intensive Italian language courses offered in November by Scuola Dante Alighieri di Camerino, Italy.

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New Challenge for Lesser Known Italian Wineries in Massachussetts


We checked out this year's Boston Wine Expo, noticing many good but already known wines... but what about all the great ones that fall under the radar?

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Italia Unita Gathers Toys and Clothes to Benefit Italian Home For Children


Italia Unita collected MANY toys, clothes, books etc. to benefit the Italia Home for Children today at their office in East Boston. The flood of support was evident as they collected hundreds of items during the morning hours. Students from the local Catholic school stopped by to lend support and were treated to cookies, arts and crafts and a brief Italian language course! Many thanks to everyone who supported this wonderful cause. Click here for more information about Italia Unita

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Reserve Bin Welcomes Wines from Santa Lucia Farms


Winemaker Luca Scotto from Azienda Santa Lucia winery in Southern Tuscany recently traveled to Massachusetts for a wine tasting at The Reserve Bin in Foxboro on Saturday, November 5, 2011. The Scotto family has produced high quality wines for centuries from vineyards such as Ansonica, Vermentino, Sangiovese, Merlot, and Cabernet Sauvignon. The farm uses the most modern winemaking process, but respects the older traditions. The wine tasting was also hosted by James Guido of Guido & Son Italian Imports. Photos courtesy of Justin Braga

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East Boston’s Sterlingwear — Italian roots, American pride

The Fredella family of Sterlingwear

Sterlingwear of Boston is the classic American company. They are a solidly rooted family company, stable in their dealings, bold in their approach and committed to building one of the best American-made brands ever produced right here in East Boston, Massachusetts. In 1918 many Italians migrated to America in search of the “American Dream”. Lorenzo Fredella was one of them. Shipbound for America, his dream was to find work to support his family and make his mark in this world. As difficult as it was for Lorenzo and the millions of other immigrants that left their humble beginnings, Lorenzo made ...

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Il Volo Live at the Orpheum


On October 18, 2011, the extraordinary trio of tenors IL VOLO performed a live show at Boston's Orpheum.

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