Il vino italiano protagonista a New York. Si inaugura il 3 febbraio l'Italian Wine Week, la grande manifestazione in cui saranno presentate oltre mille etichette di vini italiani. Il sindaco di New York Bill de Blasio ha salutato l'appuntamento dicendo: "E' la celebrazione del buon gusto dell'Italia e di New York".
Didn’t we say we’d take you to Italy this Spring? After the Amalfi Coast, here comes our second suggestion: a city made up of over 100 small islands, with buildings that seem to rise out of the water, no cars and plenty of seafood! Venice offers the best of what Italy has to offer. Plus, many hotels and resorts will welcome you with special offers and Alitalia will take you there through Rome at discounted rates!
Ready to see the world and get paid for it? United’s routes to Milan, Venice and Rome have brought new exciting job opportunities. They’re seeking candidates (especially Italian speakers) to apply and start a career flying the friendly skies.
Snow storms aside, let's admit it: Winter is about to end and we're already dreaming about our Spring break! So here is the first of our Italian suggestions: The Amali Coast. 30 mile stretch of coastline that look as if they belong on a postcard. Plus, many hotels and resorts will welcome you with special offers and Alitalia will take you to Naples at discounted rates!
In an article that caused a heated debate last year, wine writer John Lenart found that restaurant critics in Chicago often avoided discussing one of the most integral parts of dining out, i.e., wine. While that may not be true in New York, American diners do tend to be better informed about (and more interested in) food than they are about wine. This despite the fact that, as the Greeks and Romans discovered a couple millennia ago, wine truly enriches a meal and, when properly paired, makes dishes taste dramatically better than they do on their own—let alone with a glass of iced tea!
Tuesday, January 12, 2016, was the occasion for a unique and singular presentation ceremony, as Dr. Robert C. Gallo, Director of the Institute of Human Virology and Professor of Medicine at the University of Maryland School of Medicine, received the coveted Leonardo da Vinci Award for 2015 from the now 40-year-old Italian Heritage and Culture Committee-NY, Inc. (IHCC-NY, Inc.) The event took place at the Consulate General of Italy in New York City, in cooperation with the Office of the Consul General, under the auspices of Minister Natalia Quintavalle.
On Thursday, January 14th, 2016 , GR Gallery inaugurated its New York headquarter with the exhibition “The Sharper Perception, Kinetic Art, Optical and Beyond”, by curator and founder Giovanni Granzotto. The exhibition will run from January 14, 2015 through March 12, 2016.