Los Angeles

A Little “Eataly” in Los Angeles: Italy's most notorious food hall lands on the West Coast

Eataly has officially opened the doors of its first West Coast location in Los Angeles, inside the Westfield Century City Mall, near Beverly Hills...

D.I.V.E.: An evening with Principe Emanuele di Savoia

For those of us born long after WWII ended, the House of Savoy was a name to be found in history books, an important detail that went hand in hand...

An Italian November made of cinema and good food

We’ve just left behind this year’s celebrations - and controversies - of the Italian Heritage Month and only started thinking about our Thanksgiving...

Supporting the UNESCO candidature of the Neapolitan pizza making art

The event Tu Vuò fa’ il Napoletano - Facce da Pizza landed in the USA. The first of the three gatherings in support to the candidature of the...

Raphael enchants Los Angeles

“Raphael - Prince of the Arts,” the 3D film produced by SkyItaly in collaboration with the Vatican Museums and Magnitudo Film, made its American West...

October in L.A: the Italian Heritage Month

The Italian-American Heritage Month started in the best way with a special and touching Council presentation by Councilman Joe Buscaino. The event...

When reality is made on stage: Spettacolo and the living theatre of Monticchiello

Truly poetic and delicately beautiful: this could be Spettacolo in a nutshell. But I wouldn’t pay it justice, because there’s so much more to it than...

Columbus Day REPLACED in LA

On behalf of the Federated Italo-Americans , I want to thank you all for trying to preserve the second Monday in October as a celebration of Columbus...

Leonardo DiCaprio invests in an Italian start-up: Hippeas

An idea of Livio Bisterzo, Hippeas has now launched in America as a combination of two English words: Hippies and chickpeas - designed to push the...

Italian Industrial Group Donates Powerful Laser for Art Restoration to Getty Museum

Quanta System, an Italian company belonging to the larger El.En. Group—a world leader in the design and production of lasers for science, industry,...

IAMLA’s Exhibition The Sicilian Cart: History in Movement

W hat really is remarkable about the upcoming exhibition, The Sicilian Cart: History in Movement , hosted at the Italian American Museum of Los...
Start-ups Incubator Clhub's leadership team - Riccardo Sanna, Giovanni Sanna and Andrew Apodaca. Photo Courtesy of Chiara Porru

Sardinia Goes Global – Innovative Start-ups unveiled in L.A.

W e often hear about the constant efforts by Italy’s regulatory bodies to safeguard our authentic “Made in Italy” merchandise mark. A lot of times,...
Consul General Antonio Verde at the June 2nd celebrations at IIC LA

June 2 celebrates human rights, tradition and creative innovation of Italian artists and entrepreneurs

At the end of World War II, Italy became a Republic, convincingly inspired by the principles of solidarity, justice and democracy, which are still...

The J. Paul Getty Museum and Italian Officials Announce Agreement to Return First Century B.C. Sculpture to Italy

On June 14 2017, The J. Paul Getty Museum announced the voluntary return of a marble statuette representing the god Zeus which dates to about 100 B.C...
Today, more and more people living in the northern town or just stopping by Asti’s Palazzo Mazzetti, are discovering An Italian Pencil in Hollywood. Giacomo Ghiazza Storyboard Artist (how the exhibition’s title tellingly recites)

Giacomo Ghiazza: a sparkling storyboard artist from Asti to Hollywood

S toryboard artist, Giacomo Ghiazza, was born in Asti (Piedmont, Italy). Until now, the “comune” has been widely known for its sweet sparkling white...

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