Simone Schiavinato

Culture and economy converge in the Week of Italian Cuisine in the World. This initiative aims to promote the excellence of the Italian food and wine sector abroad, supporting exports, internationalization, and incoming tourism. Intimately linked to this blend of …

Marco Secchi’s photography workshops go beyond the typical landscape photography course. As a highly acclaimed photojournalist whose work is exclusively licensed by Getty Images, his expertise is undisputed. His workshops do more than teach the technical aspects of photography, they …

Happy New Year to all our readers! As we enter 2024, we’re excited to celebrate the 116th anniversary of L’Italo Americano, the oldest and most enduring publication serving the Italian-American community across the United States. Since its inception in 1908, our …

Sports serve as a social model, a tool for gathering and integration, an avenue for inclusion and participation, and a counter to exclusion. Engaging in sports is fundamentally a burst of energy dedicated to physical well-being, essential for healthy growth, …

As we usher in the Italian Heritage Month, dear readers, it’s our collective moment of reconnection, appreciation, and valorization of the cherished legacy that resonates in our surnames, the roots of our families, within the vibrant Italian-American communities that sustain …

Dear Readers,  In the final issue of 2023, we’ve chosen to guide you through these festive times by highlighting a recent milestone in Italian cultural heritage—a subject at the heart of L’Italo-Americano and dear to those of you who treasure their Italian …

How much do we belong to the places where we live, and how much do these places become a part of us? These questions might seem to offer straightforward answers, but the crux of the matter is different: how aware …

Italy once again sets its sights on the Oscars, spotlighting a theme that’s as relevant as it is enduring: immigration. This issue, marked by identity and turmoil, has been part of the nation for decades, echoing a shared experience with …

History tells of women who have triumphed in significant cultural battles. From Luisa Spagnoli, a pioneering entrepreneur, to Fabiola Gianotti, the director of CERN in Geneva; from Elena Lucrezia Corner, reputed to be the first woman to earn a degree …

Why should we discuss Perugino 500 years after his death? And why choose The Baptism of Christ for discussion, particularly around Christmas time? Anniversaries and commemorations serve to refocus our attention on reflective themes, often overshadowed by the daily happenings …