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Articles by: Letizia Airos

  • Casa Belvedere. Un nuovo campus culturale italiano a 360 gradi che offrirà classi di lingua italiana, cucina, arte e musica ma anche galà, sfilate di moda, degustazioni di vini, mostre e simpsi, incentrati su temi italiani. i-Italy ha preso il tragehetto per Staten Island, ha attraversato un piccolo tratto di mare per andare a vedere...
  • Casa Belvedere. A new 360-degree Italian cultural campus that will host Italian language, culinary, art, and music classes, as well as galas, fashion shows, wine tastings, exhibits, and symposiums focused on Italian themes. i-Italy took the ferry to Staten Island and crossed a short strip of sea to get there ...
  • I-Italy interviews Riccardo Viale, the new director of the Italian Cultural Institute. He was appointed to the prestigious position in Park Avenue just a few months ago but is already working on a number of innovative and interesting projects. "I will work on creating new bridges between Italy and the US, in particular in the scientific and economical fields"
  • Teresa De Sio Ombre Rosse
    Interview with Teresa De Sio as she performs at the "Divinely N.Y. Festival". The Neapolitan artist talks about her life with great generosity and warmth. Her grandfather was Frank Sinatra’s doctor, and her Jersey City ancestors as well as her great-grandmother were Native American
  • Incontriamo la cantante napoletana Teresa De Sio a margine della sua partecipazione al festival "Divinamente New York". E' un'occasione unica per farla parlare ai sui numerosi fan negli USA, ma anche per portare la sua musica ai lettori di i-Italy che non la conoscono. L'artista napoletana si racconta con grande generosità e calore. Suo nonno era il medico di Frank Sinatra, i suoi antenati vivevano a Jersey City e la sua bisnonna nativa americana ...
  • Funding to publishers is cut in half – but it only applies to Italian newspapers abroad. History repeats itself. Neglect and upheaval, Italian-style? Those newspapers affected include America Oggi in the U.S., La Voce d’Italia in Venezuela, Gente d’Italia in Uruguay, Il Corriere Canadese in Canada, Il Globo in Melbourne, and La Fiamma in Sidney, Australia. All are in danger of folding.

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