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Hailing from Bensonhurst, Brooklyn, Rossella Rago has become a household name for Italian Americans by popularizing authentic Italian cuisine. She is best known for cooking alongside her maternal grandmother, Nonna Romana. Rossella’s love of food, family and entertainment was her inspiration to launch the show, Cooking with Nonna.

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On Monday evening, a huge bombshell dropped from Turin. Juventus announced that club President Andrea Agnelli, Vice President Pavel Nedved and the entire board of directors were stepping down.

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Hoboken, The Mile Square City, nestled along the Hudson River, is perhaps best known as the birthplace of modern baseball as well as pop, jazz, and holiday icon Frank Sinatra. Though these commonly come to mind, there is much more to discover about Hoboken than you think. The Italian and Italian American communities have a long immigrant history dating back to the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

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It’s been 56 years since iconic Italian American crooner Dean Martin released The Dean Martin Christmas Album. Since then, Martin’s music has become as synonymous with the holiday season as Christmas trees and presents. It’s the gold standard to which all other Christmas albums are compared. Never once has it been surpassed.

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Group E would be the tightest of them all. The meeting between the Czech Republic and the United States on June 12 in Gelsenkirchen turned into a lopsided affair.

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“Bolognese spaghetti” is one of the most popular Italian food all over the world but in Italy, we rarely serve this sauce with spaghetti and we prefer to use tagliatelle or pappardelle instead.

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The holidays are here, and so are the parties. When your guests arrive, you want to make sure they have the best cocktails in hand to get the party started right. You don’t want any old cocktails. Sure, the classic Rum and Coke is sure to be a crowd-pleaser, but why not have something a little more “eccellente.”

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With 2022 coming to a close, the Christmas season is quickly approaching and with it the often hectic shopping sprees. If you’re struggling to find a gift for your loved one and want to purchase something reminiscent of la dolce vita, we’ve got you covered.

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Connecticut is home to a plethora of great pizza. From classic New Haven locations that have drawn pizza lovers since the 1920s or ‘30s to new school spots offering everything from Napolitano to New York to Detroit-style pizza, Connecticut has something for every pizza lover.

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In 1934, Italy won the World Cup, even though it was the first time they had entered the tournament. Angelo Schiavo finished as second-top scorer with four goals, and remains Bologna’s all-time top scorer with 252 in 361 appearances.

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