NEW YORK -- Movie director Francis Ford Coppola hosted an Italian street festival June 11, featuring a multitude of beverages and celebrating the Morisi-Coppola Pasta Factory, located in the middle of Eighth Street in Park Slope in Brooklyn. The event was dubbed Festa Macaroni, billed as a celebration of Coppola family food, wine and music. Francis Coppola himself was there, as was Mayor Rudolph Guiliani, who read a proclamation honoring Coppola's late father, Carmine. Pastas and sauces ...

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