Kathy McCabe Dreaming of Italy

Kathy McCabe, the host of “Dream of Italy” on PBS

Kathy McCabe, the host of “Dream of Italy” on PBS

Blonde-haired, creator of the Dream of Italy newsletter and PBS travel series, doesn’t look Italian—nor does her name sound Italian. But the first time she visited her great-grandfather’s  village in Campania,  McCabe  felt that she had come home.   ...

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