Lackawanna Past Times: Sylvester Poli: Builder of Palaces (Air date: June 1, 2020)
"Sylvester Poli: Builder of Palaces" with Stephanie Longo An unsung pillar of the theater world, Sylvester Poli was an Italian immigrant who went from creating wax sculptures to managing a vaudeville empire. Learn more about some of Poli's "palaces," and those who performed there!
Lackawanna County Arts and Culture Live!
(Air date: May 20, 2020)
The Lackawanna County Arts & Culture Department presents another night of performances celebrating the region's artistic, musical, and cultural community members! This episode features Stephanie Longo 00:54, Bryan Wylder 37:21, and Anthony Fortuna 01:06:14, as seen from ZOOM on ECTV's channel 19.
At The Table With Tony: Italian American Authors Roundtable (Air date: May 13, 2020)
Anthony "Tony Mangia" Scillia hosts three Italian-American authors in a roundtable discussion. He is joined by Michelle Reale, Stephanie Longo, & Raymond Guarini. The discussion will focus on the author's respective books, as well as, the future of Italian-American writings.
Lackawanna Past Times: Italian Festivals in Lackawanna County (Air date: April 13, 2020)
Author and associate producer of the Italian American Podcast Stephanie Longo shares the history of some of the region's favorite festivals: Carbondale's Our Lady of Mount Carmel festival, Jessup's St. Ubaldo Day, Scranton's La Festa Italiana and La Madonna della Buda, Dunmore's St. Rocco Festival, and Old Forge's Our Lady of Constantinople.
At The Table With Tony: Turning to St. Rocco During Trying Times (Air date: May 1, 2020)
San Rocco is the Patron Saint of plagues, diseases, and many towns throughout Italy. During our current uncertain situation, with COVID-19, San Rocco is a Saint we can turn to and rely on. Anthony "Tony Mangia" Scillia is joined by three Italian-Americans, who have a deep devotion & connection to San Rocco.
At The Table With Tony: Italian Enclaves Historical Society, Part 1 (Air date: April 14, 2020)
“At The Table With Tony” joins forces with the Italian Enclaves Historical Society to bring you the first of a two part Livestream Show all about Supporting Italian American Businesses during these unprecedented times. The panel talks about some of their favorite Italian-American businesses. They also talk about some of the foods they have been cooking while in quarantine.
In a Nutshell with Bob Savakinus
(Air date: October 6, 2020)
Italian American historian Stephanie Longo has dedicated her life to celebrating and focusing on her family's heritage. Born in Scranton, Pennsylvania, USA, she holds dual Italian citizenship and descends from the town of Guardia Lombardi, Avellino Province, Italy. Specializing in immigration, her books aim to give people a glimpse of Italian life in NEPA-- past and present. Join Bob and Stephanie as they discuss Stephanie's Italian-American heritage, the journey it has taken her on, and what it has meant to her throughout her life.