- MARCH 2017 -
- Native Americans
- New York - New York
- On the road
- America America
- The beautiful West
- Italian American World
- Italian Monuments
in New York
- Let’s Eat Italian
- Apulian Americans
Italian American World
by Franco Chieco The great singer died in the US metropolis in August 2014, at the age of 105.
Franco Chieco remembers her life and extraordinary career.
She performed at the Metropolitan for 26 seasons running and the great Toscanini chose her for La Traviata.
In 1999 she was presented with an award by Bridge Apulia USA at the Italian Cultural Institute in New York December 2014
by Vincenzo Zagà Doctor Vincenzo Zagà, co-ordinator of the Anti-smoking Center of the AUSL in Bologna, interviews Professor Michael Fiore, an American of Italian and Apulian origins, world-renowned expert in the battle against tobacco addiction.
From the memories of visiting his grandparents, in Terlizzi, to his pride in having worked, as national consultant for health and the fight against tobacco addiction, in the Clinton and Obama administrations May 2014
by Ugo Sbisà The celebrations in New York, with a concert of young voices, holders of awards from her Foundation.
Born near Bari, with an extraordinary career achieving international success, she became an American citizen in 1945.
She has never forgotten the dialect and the cooking of her home land November 2012
by Joseph Tusiani Son of an Apulian immigrant from Cerignola (Foggia), he is remembered for his strong sense of justice and his commitment to the defense of the poor.
One of New York’s airports bears his name July 2012