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Articles by: Gero Salamone

  • Dining in & out: Articles & Reviews
    Gero Salamone(October 21, 2015)
    The French poet Guy de Maupassant called Sicily “the land of oranges, of blooming ground, whose air in the spring is a fragrance,” An island with timeless appeal, where one becomes enchanted with its numerous cities: the capital Palermo, the charming Taormina, or the historic Ragusa Ibla. A region that over the years has received an influx of different cultures: Greek, Arabic, Norman, Spanish, and other civilizations of the Mediterranean. The popularity of Sicilian cooking makes it easy to experience its distinctive flavors in restaurants scattered across New York.
  • “I grandi non capiscono mai niente da soli e i bambini si stancano di spiegargli tutto ogni volta”. Si apre in questo modo, ossia con i versi de “Il piccolo principe” di Saint – Exupery, il documentario realizzato da Walter Veltroni dal titolo “I bambini sanno” presentato lo scorso mercoledì 3 giugno a New York presso la Casa Italiana “Zerilli Marimò” della N.Y.U.
  • “Grown-ups never understand anything by themselves, and it is tiresome for children to be always and forever explaining things to them”. This is how “Children know” begins, with the lines from Saint-Exupery’s The Little Prince. The documentary by Walter Veltroni was presented in New York on Wednesday June 3rd at NYU’s Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimò.
  • The story of Naples at Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimò, told by its first citizen, Luigi De Magistris. A metropolis filled with contradictions but rich in cultural contamination. And various are its similarities with New York...
  • Il racconto di Napoli presso la Casa Italiana Zerilli Marimò da parte del suo primo cittadino, Luigi De Magistris. Una metropoli piena di contraddizioni, ma ricca di contaminazioni culturali ,E tantissimi sono i punti in comune con New York...