“Forza Bill!”

When Bill de Blasio was declared mayor-elect of New York City on Tuesday, there were celebrations in southern Italy. Both Sant’Agata di Goti in Campania and Grassano in Basilicata had been closely following the recent election, for them de Blasio is one of their own. In the town of Sant’Agata di Goti near Naples, where […]

2014 Calendars – “Saluti dall’Italia”

ItalianSide 2014 Calendars are ready in our shop! For this year we chose the illustrations of Artist Rocco Persia. The series is named “Saluti dall’Italia” (Greetings from Italy). It’s a unique gift idea for your relatives and friends with Italian roots. The calendar comes fully personalized with the name of your Italian town. click to […]

World War I: Online Database of the Italian victims

Do you have ancestors or distant relatives who died during WWI ? There is someone missing in your genealogy tree who died between 1915 and 1918? It’s long time ago but a lot of Italians lost their lives during the first world war. Maybe our grandparents told us about a brother or an uncle who […]

Etruscan Discovery

The discovery of an intact tomb was made in September at an Etruscan necropolis in Tarquinia, Italy. It had been protected by a heavy stone slab, which completely sealed the opening, until now. The warrior lay undisturbed in a tomb for over 2,600 years. Resting on a raised stone bed with spear in hand, the […]

Il Circolo Culturale Italiano di Montreal

Circolo Culturale Italiano, Liberal Arts College, Concordia University, Montreal In the midst of a long, cold Montreal winter, many of us dream of escaping the city’s grey, windy, and snow-covered streets for warmer climes. Some fantasize about sun-drenched countryside, fine food and wine, or the sand of Mediterranean beaches. Others imagine ancient ruins, medieval cloisters, […]

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