More Latest Photos

FDNY EMT Killed In Line Of Duty Laid To RestFDNY members, family and friends came together Saturday to pay their final respects to a Bronx EMT killed in the line of duty last week.
Amtrak, NJ TRANSIT Trains Collide In Penn StationTwo trains clipped each other during the morning rush at Penn Station on Friday, March 24.
USA Wins World Baseball ClassicPhotos from the United States' 8-0 win over Puerto Rico in the championship round of the World Baseball Classic.
Attack Outside British Parliament
American Kennel Club's Top 10 Most Popular Dog Breeds Of 2016Take a look at American Kennel Club's Top 10 Most Popular Dog Breeds Of 2016.
Remembering Chuck BerryImages through the years of music pioneer and "father of rock and roll" Chuck Berry, who died on Saturday, March 18, 2017 at the age of 90.

One Comment

  1. website design new york says:

    There’s certainly a lot to find out about this subject. I really like all the points you’ve made.

  2. Joshua James says:

    I’m not Italian, but let them have their fun. The Chines and the Vikings made it to the new world long before Italians or Spaniards. Also, those Asians who migrated over through what’s now Alaska a few thousand years farther back. Relax and save anger for more important things.

  3. Jeannie says:

    Thank you for the entertainment.

  4. John Marin says:

    This parade is a revolting spectacle of irrational ethnocentrism which must be judged by the sources. Basic historical sources point to the drama of discovery as being a strictly Hispanic event with Italy and Italians nowhre to be found except now in the clogged mind of mental dwarfs. The caravels which sailed from the port of Palos in August 3rd 1492 were manned by Hispanic sailors from Andalucia while the ships were the property of the Pinzon brothers and the master mariner Juan de la Cosa. The first person to see land was the Andalucian sailor Rodrigo de Triana and not as has been reported Columbus himself. Throughout the subsequent voyages that followed the achievement of 1492 Hispanics were at the vanguard of this European reconaissance and of course in the major explorations which uncovered as they say un nuevo mundo.

  5. pugphan says:

    Columbus is a Spaniard who he renounced his Italian citizenship, became a Spanish citizen and his descendants are Spaniards. So why don’t Italians celebrate Galileo, Da Vinci, Joe Piscopo, Gotti, Gambino, Dice Clay or any of their other great paisans, and leave the Spanish alone.

Leave a Reply

Please log in using one of these methods to post your comment:

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

More From CBS New York

CURRENT LISTINGS
CELEBRATING 50 YEARS
Get Our Morning Briefs

Listen Live