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Ansa. Miracle on 12th Street

Alessandra Baldini For independent bookstores, New York is a cemetery scattered with crosses: Gotham and Coliseum were gone in the first decade of this century, casualties of the big bookstore chains, which eventually succumbed themselves to the rise of Amazon.…

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Italoamericano. Italian Bookstore Reopens in New York

Becky Zeferino S.F. Vanni, the oldest running Italian bookstore in the United States, has released news of its end-of-January reopening in New York City.  The bookstore was first founded in 1884 by the Sicilian (Caltagirone) Sante Fortunato Vanni in Greenwich…

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Sixty years fighting oblivion

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE contact: info@primolevicenter.org Sixty Years Fighting Oblivion: The Center for Contemporary Jewish Documentation in Milan New York, NY – January 18, 2015 - The Centro Primo Levi NY, Italian Cultural Institute, Simon Wiesenthal Center and the Consulate General…

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