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Part two in a series about Italian American culture and history in New York City.
Bill de Blasio, Tony Bennett, Susan Lucci and others discuss Italian-American culture.
An interview with Pulitzer Prize-winning author Doris Kearns Goodwin.
Ciaran Staunton discusses visiting Ireland with his family to celebrate his Irish roots.
A profile of Alexander Clark, who brought about school desegregation in Iowa.
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Comedian Matt Pavich sits down with Colin Quinn and the owners of the Comedy Cellar.
Bishop Frank J. Caggiano is a second-generation Italian American, born in Brooklyn.
Dr. Teresa Fiore holds the Inserra Endowed Chair in Italian at Montclair State University.
John Heyer, a Carroll Gardens Funeral Director keeps Italian-American traditions alive.
“Meat men” for generations, the LaFriedas brought their butchery business to Brooklyn.
Two Brooklyn-born siblings discuss their Italian-American family history in medicine.
Yelena Makhnin discusses emigrating from Russia to the U.S. and the value of public TV.
Wellington Z. Chen discusses how he started studying architecture and the diversity of New
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