With the 65th Annual Grammy Awards taking place this evening, America Domani studied the Italian representation over the history of the awards ceremony. What we found was very interesting.
The street food frenzy has taken Italy by storm over the past decade. Vendors, food trucks, and small street food shops can be found all over Italy, from north to south, satisfying the pallets of their natives with plates that pay homage to their roots.
We sat down with Bonomo in this exclusive interview to discuss her story, her adjustment to life in Italy, and how her passion has inspired a new generation of Americans who are ready to call Italy their new home.
Native Romans Claudio Tanzi and Juraj Detvaj run one of Italy’s top-ranked gelaterias. For the past seven years, Rome-based Torce’ has been ranked with a “Tre Coni” by the “Gambero Rosso”, Italy’s most prestigious ranking in the gelato craft. Additionally, Torce’ has been awarded the “Best Chocolate Gelato” in Italy.
Just a few short years ago, Mark Brucato was working in construction. The 42-year-old New Yorker had never touched social media, better yet knew what it meant to be an ‘influencer’.
In 1961, the Civil Rights Movement was in full swing, under the leadership of the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. That same year, the annual fundraising goal for Dr. King’s Civil Rights Coalition was $100,000.
Laura Sgrò has become one of the most prominent attorneys in Italy. Her courage, intellect and vision has inspired an entire generation of aspiring female entrepreneurs across Italy. However, Sgrò’s rise to stardom has not been without adversity.
The 43-year-old Italian journalist arrived in New York in 2011, and in just over a decade, has built a media empire that has come to stand as a proud symbol of all the Italians who dream of life in America.