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 town of her family it was really as difficult as to search a needle in a haystack. But our great (professional) genealogists were able to solve this mistery: Camille’s […]

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 more about her family in Ripacandida (Potenza). Here is my story. I never knew my grandparents, they passed away before I was born, but I grew up in a […]

Meet Paul Marinaro

When Paul Marinaro contacted ItalianSide.com for information about his Italian ancestors, we clicked on the link in his email. To our delight, it was the website of a talented, Chicago-based vocalist with a smooth baritone voice. We liked what we heard and wanted to share his story with our readers. Read our exclusive interview with […]

The Nolè Sisters “Tour to the Roots” in Basilicata, Italy

It is unanimous with my sisters and me; this trip was our best travel experience ever. We don’t always travel together, but have traveled in the US and Europe many times. In considering what made this trip so special, it did not come to me all at once. In reflection, a few things you may […]

Matera Will Be The European Capital of Culture 2019

If I could freeze a moment in time for Matera, it would be today, October 17th, 2014, when it was announced Matera would become the European Capital of Culture 2019. Piazza San Giovanni was packed with people smiling and waving flags, their faces beaming with happiness and pride. Thanks to ItalianSide.com I was able to […]

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