In this video, 94-year-old Nicholas DiCarlo describes the flat on Commercial Street he was born in and touches on why family is so important for Italian-Americans.
In this video, Arthur “Sonny” Lauretano reflects on his family life and discuses the immigration of his parents from Avellino, Italy to Boston, Massachsuetts. Arthur has also collected and archived his family’s history on the Lauretano website.
This is the third in a series of interviews with Charlie Coppola and Sam Viscione about growing up in Boston’s North End. In this video, Charlie and Sam talk about the connectedness of the North End in the 1950s.
In this video North End resident Tracy Morgan remembers weekend visits to her Italian grandparents house where the family cooked, socialized, and played games.
In this video Corrine Testa, a lifelong North End resident, recalls what it was like growing up in the North End and shares what she and her friends did after school and on the weekends in the 1940s.
Frank Imbergamo was born and raised in the North End of Boston. In this video, Frank shares insights on how changing community interactions have changed the North End.