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  • Officina captures the heart and soul of an Italian market and trattoria in Washington, DC. At the center of all this activity is Nick Stefanelli, a Michelin-star chef who had a vision of creating a one-stop Italian shop. And a café. And a bar. And a trattoria.
  • Art & Culture
    Amy Riolo(January 03, 2018)
    A journey through DC’s Italian roots while enjoying its contemporary Italian-centric culture. The city’s strong ties to the Italian sense of beauty have remained steady through modern times.
  • Patricia de Stacy Harrison with John Calvelli at the National Italian American Foundation Gala
    Washington, DC: Italian Leadership in America. Series / 3. Interviewing Patricia de Stacy Harrison, President and CEO of the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, co-chair of NIAF, and a most captivating Italian leader in the Nation’s capital.
  • The signature style of Luca della Robbia
    A new exhibition at the National Gallery of Art in Washington D.C. celebrates the fabulous work of Italian sculptor Luca della Robbia and the three generations of his family workshop.
  • The National Book Festival hosted thousands of people this week in Washington, D.C.
    Italians had great success at the National Book Festival 2016 which took place on September 24th at the Convention Center in Washington, D.C. The event was organized by the Library of Congress and held over 220,000 visitors in just one day.
  • Celebrities and entertainment take center stage during the National Italian American Foundation (NIAF) 40th Anniversary Gala Awards Weekend to celebrate a milestone at its new venue at the Washington Marriott Wardman Park Hotel, October 16 -18, 2015. “For our 40th Anniversary and first year at the Washington Marriott Wardman Park Hotel, we are really excited to present a new, unique version of our annual weekend. This year is all about recognizing incredible honorees, providing our guests with constant entertainment and celebrations, and making sure we welcome Italian Americans interested in NIAF into our family,” NIAF President John M. Viola said.