A son, his dad, and a lifetime love of all things Irish.
There are people who touch our lives in ways we often don’t recognize until much later.
Lois Roma-Deeley remembers an Italian-American father, his Lincoln, and the magic they evoked.
With the Oscars soon approaching, Jesse Kornbluth reviews a 1970’s Italian film about a man who finds he can boost his own life status at the cost of another man’s life.
Alex Gallo-Brown shares the difficult adventures of three generations of men in an Italian-American family.
Nicholas Miele takes on that most demanding of poetic forms–the sestina–to pay tribute to his Italian grandmother.
Simon Rodia Builds the East Tower of Nuestro Pueblo to Honor His Brother Killed in a Coal Mine Accident
In paying tribute to Simon Rodia, the Italian-American builder of the L.A. Watts Towers, William Kelley Woolfitt offers a compelling meditation on the ties that bind brothers together.
Adam Rabasca looks at his ethnically-mixed family and asks why Americans identify ethnicity over nationality
Okay guys, here’s my list. What’s yours?
Doug Prochilo provides “colorful” advice for teaching children about cursing.
We need to start finding common ground and making friends in anti-violence efforts.
Justin Cascio reflects on his Sicilian heritage and how it has changed through the generations.
It’s good to be polite. Thank you very much. That’s right, very polite. What a couple of polite young guys. This twelve year old boy, I swear to God, is at the shop trying to trade in a Range Rover and a Benz. He’s some kind of emperor of Hong Kong. Twelve years old, can […]