Food, fun and friendship. It’s all happening this weekend in the streets of Little Italy.
Many of New York’s top attractions can be visited for free or at a discount.
It’s time for the World Cup 2014. At Amicci’s in Little Italy, there’s a special menu with delicious food and reduced prices.
A long time ago in Baltimore a husband and wife had a dream to open a restaurant in Little Italy. Their dream became a reality.
Our area is blessed with many wonderful restaurants, but did you know that one has been singled out for special praise? In fact, a Baltimore landmark is now listed as one of the best bakeries in the country.
St. Leo’s Church is the heartbeat of Little Italy. It’s home to Sunday’s Ravioli and spaghetti dinner.
There’s something new in Little Italy, and it’s the talk of the neighborhood. It’s a tribute to a summertime event there.
It’s all about family, fun and food. And it happens this weekend right here in Baltimore.
Little Italy fights back. One of Baltimore’s top dining destinations says recent crime is driving business away–so community leaders are taking neighborhood safety into their own hands.
A man is brutally attacked by a mob of teens in Little Italy. Police say four of the attackers are in custody. Three of them are juveniles.
It’s the granddaddy of them all and it starts Friday night. Believe it or not, it’s the 15th year for the Little Italy Film Festival.
Don Scott and Marty Bass have Coffee With rapper Nelly. Mike Schuh has People Are Talking about the Feast of St. Anthony in Little Italy.