Instagram - Follow us!Send us your favorite Italian restaurants offering curbside, delivery or pick-up in your community! Since NIAF launched this initiative last month, people have submitted dozens of restaurants from 23 states nationwide. Let's support Italian restaurants in all 50. Email firstname.lastname@example.org the following: Restaurant Name Location (city and state) Website See the running list at www.niaf.org/restaurants.From the extensive Vatican collection to Roman ruins, here are six beautiful Italian museums in Italy that you can visit online, curated by @anamericaninrome—link in bio.NIAF is partnering with @sognotoscano to give 10% off your order from sognotoscano.com! Skip the line and the crowded supermarkets—but the same authentic products and have them delivered to your door. All you have to do is enter our discount code NIAF10 to receive the 10% discount. You will also help the Foundation because for every purchase that uses our discount, NIAF receives a percentage from the sale to help us continue our mission through these times. So order your Italian go-to basics and delicacies at sognotoscano.com."Throughout its rich and storied history, Rome has come back from invaders and setbacks of all descriptions. The Eternal City will surely do so once again. The world’s prayers are with you..." Check out the rest of Carla Gambescia's post on NIAF's Pensieri Blog—link in bio.The campaign can also be found at www.niaf.org/coronavirusrelief. ⬇️⬇️⬇️🇮🇹🇺🇸🙏🏼 Repost from @italyinus • #ItalyStayStrong - The Embassy of #Italy has partnered with ISSNAF for this @gofundme campaign to fund 3 Italian medical and research institutes in Rome, Milan, and Naples at the forefront of the #coronavirus outbreak. Please click link in bio to join our campaign and to donate. (Image credits: Fusion Medical Animation) #italia #italian #iorestoacasa #weareitaly #covid19 #issnaf #rome #milan #naplesTomie dePaola, the prolific children’s author and illustrator who delighted generations with tales of Strega Nona, the kindly and helpful old witch in Italy, passed away on March 30, at age 85. “...I think Tomie dePaola showed all of us the power a good book holds. And how many hearts that book can touch. A well-crafted story will accompany you for the rest of your life. And so will the memory of Tomie. It will be here, in my heart, for eternity." Read @iambooksboston founder Nicola Orichuia's memories of Tomie dePaola on NIAF's Pensieri blog: niafblog.wordpress.com (or link in bio).
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Monthly Archives: April 2016
By Lisa Femia, NIAF Public Policy Manager For years after World War II, there was an open secret among Italian Americans. No one spoke about it, but the scars of wartime mistreatment didn’t fade quickly. Property taken, homes boarded up, … Continue reading
Cent’anni – “May you live for 100 years” By Rosario Mariani, http://www.europebychoice.com A favorite toast among Italians at a wedding, or at any of life’s happy occasions, is Salute e Cent’anni – “may you live for 100 years.” And in Italy, … Continue reading
Happy 70th Anniversary to La Vespa By Rosario Mariani, http://www.europebychoice.com This year is the 70th Anniversary of the founding of Vespa! Before the “Nuova Fiat 500” was launched as a car for the masses in Italy on July 4, 1957, … Continue reading
Who is in control of Sundays in Italy – Soccer or Church? By Rosario Mariani, http://www.europebychoice.com Modern-day soccer was brought to Italy from England at the end of the 19th Century, where it has become an extremely popular sport and national … Continue reading