Model turned shoe designer Armando Cabral was born in Guinea-Bissau, lived in Portugal and England, and now calls NYC home.
Was Christopher Columbus actually the son of a Polish king and a Portuguese noblewoman? Historian Manuel Rosa presented his research at a Columbus Day event organized by Polish groups, reports Nowy Dziennik.
Two investigators trace the little-known migration of Spaniards to the U.S. from 1868 to 1945.
The Queen of Spain visited Dos Puentes elementary school in Washington Heights, one of four area schools partnering with International Spanish Academies, Manhattan Times reports.
Anthony Gonçalves never attended cooking school, but his dishes dazzle diners at the White Plains Ritz-Carlton.
Old-timers and newcomers alike celebrated in a neighborhood in transition.
Albertine brings French books to NYC after a 5-year hiatus following the closing of La Librairie Française, France-Amérique reports.
New York is where the greatest number of new Irish plays are produced each year, thanks to the Origin Theatre Company’s 1st Irish Theatre Festival.
News that a single gay-identified group has been invited to march in the St. Patrick’s Day Parade was met with caution by LGBT groups, Gay City News said.
CUNY TV’s “Italics” takes viewers to two major religious processions in the Italian community – one honoring Santa Fortunata and the other, St. Rocco.
A growing Hispanic presence can be felt among the string of restaurants, bakeries and butcher shops that make up Little Italy in the Bronx, reports El Diario.
Two Italian immigrants convicted and sent to the electric chair after a highly questionable trial in 1920 are the subjects of “Remembering Sacco and Vanzetti,” an art exhibit in Washington Heights, reports Manhattan Times.
A new spot in Brooklyn offers up tarte flambée and spätzle in this video.
St. Irene was honored in church services and in a procession on July 27 in Astoria, Queens, reports The National Herald.
The ban on the import of Bayonne ham from France into the U.S. has been lifted, but the foie gras remains banned in California, France-Amérique reports, and lawyers hope to overturn that ban as unconstitutional.