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I Am Who I Am: Nacy Panzica

I Am Who I Am: Nacy Panzica

April 2020 |

Recently, the Italian American community lost a truly special person. I was blessed to know Nacy as a friend and mentor and he will truly be missed. Please enjoy this article the late Paul Sciria published about Nacy in December…

Luigi Palma Di Cesnola

Luigi Palma Di Cesnola

April 2020 |

What do you think of when you hear the phrase Italian American? I believe most people think of the Northeast; Boston, Pittsburg, New York. Images of Ellis Island come to mind. We think of the end of the 19th century,…

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The Story of Corado Ciarlo

April 2020 |

Corado Ciarlo was only 20-years-old when he was killed in battle. In his pockets, they found two rosaries, $1.61, 16 photographs of family members, and one letter. While the other items were important, the letter held the greatest value.  After…

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The Dante 700 Project by Timothy Schmalz
Italian Women of the Arts

Italian Women of the Arts

April 2020 |

In the late 16th century, Europe was transitioning through the Renaissance to the Scientific Revolution, but even with the invention of the printing press in the mid-15th century, technology was a slow process. The arts, however, were still flourishing, especially…

Nacy A. Panzica

Nacy A. Panzica

April 2020 |

Nacy A. Panzica, age 92, beloved husband of the late Rosemary (nee Bontempo), loving father of Anthony M. (Cindy), Timothy I. (Donna), Mary Beth R. Link (Don) and Laura A. King (John), dear grandfather of Mark Panzica (Rena), Lisa Minotas…