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December 5, 2017

Bringing life to Rushmore

The famous sculpture Mount Rushmore Memorial, the “mountain of presidents”, perhaps the best known monument of the United States, has among its authors also an Italian. […]
August 31, 2016

Roman Hideaway (part 2)

by Mark Russell First part is here My absolute favorite destination on the Caelian Hill and, in fact, all of Rome is perched on its north-eastern […]
August 7, 2016

Roman Hideaway (part 1)

by Mark Russell Hot and bothered. That’s one way to describe Rome during the summer months. To be honest, I enjoy the city’s vitality, be it […]
May 7, 2016

ItalianSide for … Japan !

Italians are everywhere! We know this and we had a new proof since we built the map of the visitors of ItalianSide.com With more than 700.000 […]
February 20, 2016

Would you Like a Little Grated Wood on your Pasta, Ma’am?

Most of us know that the grated Parmesan cheese sitting on the supermarket shelf or on the table of your local pizzeria is not the stuff […]
February 1, 2016

What A Birth Record Looks Like

Many readers ask us what kind of info are available on the Italian Civil Records. This is a sample of a birth record issued in Italy […]
November 15, 2015

Rocco’s Store

ItalianSide and master artist Rocco Persia are happy to present a truly distinctive work of art that can be customized to celebrate your family history. On […]
November 7, 2015

NY Loves Moliterno!

We just received this message from our friend Camille Di Trani. In the past weeks we helped Camille to find her Italian roots. Without the birth […]
October 18, 2015

Honoring a family: Italian Roots in Ripacandida

Would you like to share your family memories on ItalianSide? Write to stories@italianside.com. We just received this story from Linda Hoffman. We helped Linda to know […]