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Stefano Vaccara

I’m Sicilian, born in Mazara del Vallo and raised in Palermo. I studied history in Siena and went to graduate school at Boston University. While in school, I started to write for Il Giornale di Montanelli. I then got a full-time job for America Oggi and moved to New York City. My dream was to create a totally independent Italian paper in New York to be read all over the world: I finally founded La VOCE di New York. I’m a journalist, but I’m also a teacher. I love both.. I cover the United Nations, and I correspond from the UN for Radio Radicale in Rome. I teach Media Studies and also a course on the Mafia, not Hollywood style but the real one, at Lehman College, CUNY. I love cooking for my family. My favorite dish: spaghetti con le vongole.

Visti da New York

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Nadia Urbinati: Populism? It’s not Fascism, and also Democracies Are “Elastic”

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Cardi’s Farewell: “I did my best to have Italy leave a greater mark on the UN”

People -

RFK and the “Mysterious” End of Kennedy’s Populism

Arts -

De Gregori Sings Dylan in New York and History Returns to Being About Us

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Celebrating Columbus Day? I Prefer “Long Live Verdi” on 5th Avenue

Arts -

At War with Love…in the Name of Truth! Pif on Americans, Sicily and the Mafia

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These Days, Beauty Is The Real News

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