Throughout history, dancing has been used as a way to for an abundance or purposes, including to celebrate, uplift, worship, and even cure! Known as the most notable of Italian folk dances is the Tarantella.
If you are thinking of moving to the area, or better yet, you’re already here, and looking for groups to be a part of and organizations to support, look no further! The Le Donna D’Italia is a women’s group whose focus is on promoting and
Want to travel outside San Francisco and see the rest of the coast? Stop by these four cities along the way for picturesque views of the water and more! Fair warning: while the views are scenic, they’re a far cry from the unbeatable Italian coast.
Visiting Little Italy? Or just passing through? Here are eight places you must hit before you leave! Liguria Bakery To taste authentic Focaccia Bread, stop by the Liguria Bakery found by the Soracco brothers who emigrated from Italy and established this bakery in 1950. Make
The main event that takes place in North Beach to celebrate Italian culture is the Italian Heritage Parade of the United States. This parade attracts more than 150,000 people on average. This event is the area’s oldest civic event and the oldest Italian American Parade
California became the state of migration for Italians during the Gold Rush. By the late 1890s, the number of Italians in California exceeded those in New England. By the time these Italian-Americans were able to save money from mining, they started to spread throughout California
Chinatown and Little Italy have more in common than they do apart. Despite the separation of the busy, bustling streets of Chinatown and the laid-back, quiet streets of Little Italy, both are rich in their heritage. Chinatown was established in 1850 and is one of
At Italian Community Services, we pride ourselves on the sense of community we share. Our community is truly like a family. We work to ensure our community is cared for and sometimes we go above and beyond to do that. Meet Carlo Tarrone, a well-known
Italian is a beautiful, romantic language that Americans have slowly ruined by mispronouncing and misusing the language. Here are the top eight most common Italian words Americans have misinterpreted. 1. LatteIn America, if you order a latte, you will expect to receive an espresso with