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      By Agata De Santis
      Dec. 4. 2016.

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      On Thursday, Montreal’s Casa d’Italia opened its third annual Young Italian Canadian Artists Exhibition. Running until December 11, 2016, the small exhibit features a variety of exceptional original works by some of the up and coming artists of the Italian community of Montreal. Mimmo Scali’s
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      By Agata De Santis
      Sep. 15. 2016.

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      Twenty years after its first staging, playwright and actor Tony Calabretta’s breakthrough play, Damn Those Wedding Bells!, returns to the Montreal stage. This time, Calabretta is teaming up with director Antonio DiVerdis – under the Pellegrini Productions banner – and the Leonardo da Vinci Centre
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      By Agata De Santis
      Sep. 12. 2016.

      Nonni & Nipoti Bocce Tournament

      As the final match was underway, Andrew Fratino nervously watched as his father and son took turns on the court. This was the final match of the first annual Nonni & Nipoti Bocce Tournament, and a championship was on the line. Organized by the Order
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      By STAFF
      Aug. 16. 2016.

      2016 Scopa Tournament

      Montreal’s Italian Week festivities wrapped up on Sunday in Little Italy and so did the fourth annual Scopa Tournament. Hosted by Italocanadese and the Order of the Sons of Italy Montreal, in collaboration with Italian Week, the tournament brought out an eclectic mix of players.
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      By STAFF
      Aug. 14. 2016.

      Montreal's Italian Week

      Montreal’s Italian Week is in its final day of festivities. Today, the Dufresne – Nincheri Museum (corner of Sherbrooke Street East and Pie-IX Boulevard) is organizing a guided tour of Guido Nincheri’s studio, the museum itself, and two churches that feature Guido’s Nincheri’s famous stained
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      By STAFF
      Aug. 13. 2016.

      The Scopa Tent at Montreal's Italian Week

      Festivities are in full swing in Little Italy for the last leg of Montreal’s Italian Week. Despite the weather forecast calling for a day of rain! At 11:00AM today in the St-Zotique Park gazebo (corner Blvd St-Laurent and St-Zotique), writers of Italian origin will be
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      By STAFF
      Aug. 12. 2016.

      Marco Calliari

      Montreal’s Italian Week has set up camp in Little Italy, on Blvd St-Laurent between St-Zotique and Jean Talon, for three days of festivities. The street festival officially gets underway at 4:00PM today with dozens and dozens of kiosks set up along Blvd St-Laurent ready to
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