PRIMO magazine contacted me to do some press coverage for my book: Newark, Italy and me (Lulu Books) in Washington, DC. With support from our patrons I was able to purchase some ad space for this collaboration in 2021.
Last year, I was unable to do so, so your support gives me a degree of flexibility to do this in 2021.
As most of you know we are an artist driven organization. While we appreciate that you have been receiving and opening our 57,000 emails which I have made a special effort to design and write for all of you.
We have also begun talking about new short film on the elapsed precipice of Columbus in tandem with my book: Newark, Italy and me on Lulu Books (2019).
We have begun turning to film with our recent Award from Paris to document our work as best we can. We would need seed money to start the film project this year.
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Thank you Mr. Kristof as you clarify our don in wonderland irreality. The people in the capital were filled with rage and indignation spouted by a fool propped up as a prezident. The people who died were a tragic loss. But enraged they were. But even more unsettling was the complicity of elected officials and police officers.
I still dread what might happen next; sorry.
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Subject: Re-contextualizing COLUMBUS for 1921-2021.
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Honoring Harriet Tubman while not destroying COLUMBUS for Newark.
Understanding Columbus a century ago (1920-25), the Red Scare, SACCO & VANZETTI (1920-27)and now as he is removed from his perch in Newark, NJ (2020).
In 1925-27, the Giuseppe Verdi Society of Newark commissioned a Columbus statue for Washington Park on Broad St. Those statues demonstrated their commitment to Newark and America. Americans also embraced Tenor Enrico Caruso (1873-1921) who bridged opera nd popular music to become one of the best selling recording artists of all time. Italians repressed their language in America. My Mother was scolded by her Grandfather to never speak Italian outside their house. They all struggled to learn English. It was considered anathema to speak Italian in public.
Newark, Italy and me (Lulu Books 2019) over a century with hind-sight and fore-sight from 1920-2021.
The Dawn of Nevarca (Newark’s Little Italy) from 1885 when they fled economic hardship and poverty of the impoverished Mezzogiorno region. Southern Italy (Il Sud) was the raison d’etre for Newark’s Little Italy.
Phonetically, Nevarca, was a Southern Italian contraction for their New Ark in America. Antonio Caruso (my great-Grandfather) arrived in the 1880’s and became a grocer in the 1st Ward on 8th Ave (now Central Ward). His wife’s maiden name was Tuosto. They all attended St Lucy’s Church and their 9 children worked in the grocery store to help the family earn a living.
The Italian immigrant Italians suffered deportations and discrimination. In part this came out of the 1912, 1913 and 1919 labor strikes in Paterson, and Lowell Massachusetts. Deportations began the FBI career of 24 year old J Edgar Hoover. The Red Scare was begun after the Russian Revolution in 1917-20. Labor activists like the Irish native Elizabeth Gurley Flynn spoke at the American Labor Museum Botto House during the 1913 Paterson strike. Russian émigré Emma Goldman was also active in the pursuit of workers rights and a living wage. She was later deported back to Russia.
A Shoe Factory Payroll robbery in 1920 in South Braintree Massachusetts for which Nicola Sacco & Bartolomeo Vanzetti (Sacco & Vanzetti) were arrested. Terrified, they spoke little English. They became a media sensation of the radical left and the hard rock conservatives in Boston. They endured 2 infamous trials. They were convicted of “consciousness of guilt” and executed by electric chair in 1927.
While in Italy, the other elephant was Mussolini (1883-1945) who rose to power in 1922 . COLUMBUS was a manifestation of anti-fascism in Newark in that period. 11 immigrants were lynched in New Orleans. Yet, the Italians remained here as Italy devolved into Fascism.
They also also saluted Columbus at that time based in part to the popular Columbus World’s Fair exhibitions which marked their identity as Americans in a foreign land. The Statue of Liberty greeted these refugees in New York Harbor and at Ellis Island from their impoverished life in Southern Italy. Caruso and Verdi’s music still shine as legends in Italian culture and every opera house in the world.
The Newark Sunday Call published a striking photo of my Caruso Family in 1925. The Irish journalist referred to them as a “clan” which is an endearing Irish expression foreign to gli Italiani (the Italians). As an Irish-Italian and now a bridge between both cultures. When asked if I was “Irish” at LaScala, and later when directing Tom Murphy’s Irish play The Gigli Concert in Italian in Rome.
As an Irish-Italian I am a bridge between both cultures especially when asked if I was “Irish” at LaScala. Later I made my European debut when I directed Tom Murphy’s Irish play The Gigli Concert in Italian in Rome. As a child I remembered a few Italian expressions but nothing else.
Frustrated, after my Master’s Degree at The American University in Washington, DC, I started taking Italian language classes in Bloomfield and Belleville Adult Schools before my season at LaScala and began the rediscovery of my complicated Irish-Italian roots here and in Italy ever since.
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I completed my Trilogy AMERICAN PHANTASMAGORIA (Lulu Books) in 2020. It ends in chaos with a cameo appearance by djt.
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The latest news for you and invitation for 5/8/21.Daniel P Quinn
We will do Presidential History in Newark as noted in Newark, Italy and me from Lincoln to Hoover, and JFK, and a recent visit by Obama. This will all be part of my Newark Tour this Sat 5/8 at 11am. Suggested donation is $20- per person. Current donors are invited as my guest. Understanding Columbus (1920–27), the Red Scare, SACCO & VANZETTI and “Columbus” removed twice from sites in Newark, NJ. Newark, Italy and me (Lulu Books 2019) over a century with hind-sight and foresight from 1920–2021.Remembering OLYMPIA DUKAKIS 1932-2021.Working 4, 10, 14 or 40 years in the Arts. Pro-bono conjoined by a continual search for funding, with more or less, year by year.
ArtsPR went cyber in 2020 with my 270 blogs in The New York Times. Our ongoing outreach on WordPress, Medium, Opera Daily and we just added Substack. Also a more strategic use of Constant Contact (2016-21).Let us count the ways planning for this year and next. New work including more pop-up events exclusively for our current donors. Restructuring what was postponed by Covid-19.Programs could include Madison Arts Center; Teddy Roosevelt Museum; Lincoln and us.Our community outreach is ongoing. Book signing programs with backstage stories from Milan; Ireland; France or The Kennedy Center to LaScala; Meryl Streep from BAM to Broadway; Lincoln Center to The Plant and Off-Broadway.EINPresswire.com/ — Daniel P Quinn
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