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N. L.(July 25, 2017)
Held in 4 different parks 4 workshops, each with its own theme, are hosted by “The Blue Bus Project” (TBBP), a school bus that functions as a mobile art gallery and incubator that provides a safe space for artists and communities to merge. Art is used as a tool to connect, interact, explore and stimulate discussion leading to action and social change. NYC- based mixed media Italian artist, Annalisa Iadicicco is the founder (and driver)
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Official Presentation, Maranello (July 21, 1987)
Facts & Stories
I. I.(July 22, 2017)
Thirty years have passed since the official presentation of the F40, which took place on 21 July 1987 at the Civic Centre in Maranello, now home to the Ferrari Museum. On the anniversary of the launch of this motoring legend, Ferrari has gathered together the memories of three of its creators: Ermanno Bonfiglioli, then Head of Special Projects, Leonardo Fioravanti, a designer for Pininfarina, and test driver Dario Benuzzi. The F40 is on show at the Ferrari Museum of Maranello as part of the "Under the Skin" exhibition devoted to the evolution of innovation and style in the 70-...
Dining in & out
Amy Riolo(July 11, 2017)
Panna cotta, Italian for “cooked cream,” is a specialty of northern Italy’s Piedmont region—an area known for its superior dairy products. Panna cotta, or some version of it, has long been popular throughout most of Europe and in other countries along the Mediterranean.
Bologna's Torre degli Asinelli
Tourism
Alex Catti(July 18, 2017)
The tallest leaning medieval tower in the world welcomes visitors to the city of Bologna. Torre degli Asinelli was built in the 12th century and is part of Bologna's iconic cityscape. After a 3-month renovation project, the tower recently reopened to the public.
Dining in & out
Amy Riolo(July 11, 2017)
While this recipe could easily be prepared in any Italian coastal town, it is the Italian Riviera that comes to mind whenever I prepare it. Breathtaking Ligurian towns like Portofino, Santa Margherita, Rapallo, and Genoa have magical landscapes that are almost as sumptuous as the local cuisine. The region of Liguria is noted for a very fragrant variety of basil (Genoa, after all, is the birthplace of pesto), as well as wonderful produce and seafood.
The Leopardi house
Art & Culture
Alex Catti(July 18, 2017)
On occasion of Italian writer Giacomo Leopardi's birthday (June 29, 1789), the writer's descendants announced the opening of the Leopardi mansion's old stables in Recanati, Marche. This is where Teresa Fattorini "Silvia," from Leopardi's poem "A Silvia" lived. Following last year’s earthquakes in Central Italy, “Silvia’s House” in Recanati has now opened to the public for the first time.
Facts & Stories
From the 26th to the 31th July 2017, the Italian Navy Training Ship Amerigo Vespucci is in New York, the eighth port of call of the 2017 Training Campaign. The Training Campaign on board the Amerigo Vespucci represents a key element in cadet professional development, passing on the Italian Navy’s core values of love for the sea, ethics, loyalty and honor. The Amerigo Vespucci proceeded to New York on July 26th, and continues to represent our country and "Made in Italy."
8) Città tropicale, Dolce & Gabbana
Life & People
Camilla Santinelli(July 25, 2017)
Tropical vibes all around for this summer, and there’s no doubt everyone will be pleased. Bright colors, tropical animals, and wild vegetation are the undisputed protagonists of this period, providing the right amount of cheerfulness to live the most enjoyable season of the year to its fullest.
Life & People
Tommaso Cartia(July 19, 2017)
On occasion of the Centennial Celebration of the birth of iconic American star and singer Dean Martin, Italian singer, actress, and rising Broadway star Francesca Capetta pays tribute to the King of Cool at Carnegie Hall’s Weill Recital Hall. Special guests of the night included Tony Award Winner Liliane Montevecchi as well as singer and actress Stacy Sullivan.
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Fred Gardaphe(July 06, 2017)
You might know Anthony Valerio from his previous stories, novels and biographies, and if you do, then you’ll have found that he is a master of the love story. Whether it’s street love in Brooklyn, the historical romance between Giuseppe and Anita Garibaldi, or the illicit affair between a writer and a married woman that’s mediated by a gangster the common thread of them all is love: how people live with it and without it. In his latest work, Valerio reaches back to the Renaissance master Dante Alighieri and explores this theme in a very unique way.
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Judith Harris(July 12, 2017)
Novelist Igiaba Scego, the author of "Adua," interweaves time, people, and tragedies, as her solitary character, Adua, whispers her most secret thoughts and dreams to Bernini's marble statue of an elephant in front of the church of Santa Maria sopra Minerva.
Facts & Stories
Alex Catti(July 12, 2017)
Do you know about the Dance of the Giglio in Harlem? If not, this is an event you won’t want to miss. Head to East Harlem on Sunday, August 13 to watch as men and women hoist a 75-foot tower, weighing several tons, into the air and carry it on their...
Dining in & out
O. C.(July 13, 2017)
Born and raised in Lagonegro, a little village in the South of Italy, Chef Luigi came to America by chance and settled in Washington, D.C. at a time when the city was hardly an exciting place to work for a restaurateur. “When I saw what this city’s...
Facts & Stories
From the 18th to the 22nd July 2017, the Italian Navy Training Ship Amerigo Vespucci will be in Boston in the United States, the seventh port of call of the Training Campaign 2017. The Training Campaign on board the Amerigo Vespucci represents a key...
If you think Italian food is off-limits for people with diabetes, think again. My motivation for writing this book was to change the way Italian cuisine is viewed abroad and to demonstrate ways in which traditional Italian food can be part of a...
Mid-summer Italy is sagra time, when even the smallest town celebrates itself and its identity, especially but not only through its culinary specialties, from wine to chestnuts, cheese, honey and even pumpkins. Visitors are welcome.
“Magazzino Italian Art”–the first space in the United States dedicated exclusively to Italian art from the second half of the 20th century–officially opened to the public last Wednesday, June 28th. An immersion in the green landscape of Cold Spring...
Eat pizza and lose weight? It can be done! It all depends on what pizza you eat, how it’s prepared, and what time during the day it’s eaten. Pasquale Cozzolino, Executive Chef of the New York restaurant Ribalta, rediscovers the ancient Mediterranean...
Are you looking for the best pizzerias around the world? Fortunately, a brand-new handy guide is on its way. On June 30th, within the framework of the Le Strade Della Mozzarella (LSDM) event, New York’s Ribalta Pizzeria Restaurant hosted the...
At historic Amelia in Umbria, the Association for Research into Crimes against Art (ARCA) held its 8th annual international conference June 23-25. One focus this year was the endangered archeological and art heritage in the war-torn Middle East.
The 1st ANNUAL CONCERT CELEBRATION “Opera Italiana” Most Loved Music by Rossini, Verdi, Puccini” With Central Park Symphony Orchestra & Acclaimed Opera Stars: Michelle Bradley, Soprano, Renée Tatum, Mezzosoprano, Noah Stewart, Tenor, David...
Facts & Stories

The Debate. “Let’s Wake Up Italics”

"Italics." There are more than 250 million people around the world who belong to a community that began with Italy. Many of them don’t speak Italian, don’t live in Italy, and perhaps haven’t even been there. Despite this, they feel as if Italy is a part of their being. This “Italian” identity outside of Italy began thanks to emigration, but it has since developed into something more. Piero Bassetti—a renowned entrepreneur, politician, and public intellectual—defines this feeling as “Italicity.” Bassetti presented his new book and manifesto, "Let’s Wake Up Italics!" at the Consulate General of Italy in New York.
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Feeling Italic ...

Much of what I think about Piero Bassetti’s notion of Italici and the term’s relationship to his equally innovative notion of the Glocal, appears in my introduction to his new book "Let’s Wake Up Italics! Manifesto for a Glocal Future," published by Bordighera Press. What follows is what I feel about this interesting idea.
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THE ITALY I LOVE - The Unique Gift of Sociability

I know, I know—Italians are not perfect. But who is? Yet it is the full expression of their humanity that makes being with Italians so pleasurable.
Facts & Stories

The Good, the Erotic, and the Bad

Buying an Italian product has come to symbolize immersing oneself in the Italian way of life. An analysis of the industry’s overseas advertising lingo can help us understand how foreign consumers perceive the country itself.
Facts & Stories

Investigating Afro-Italian Intersections in Popular Music

Excerpted from "Flavor and Soul. Naples and Palermo were cultural crossroads where European, African, and Arab music had intermixed for centuries; the migrants who passed through these port cities on their way to the New World participated in the process of intercultural synthesis that produced jazz, the tango, the rumba, and other new song forms and dance styles which in turn traveled from New Orleans, Buenos Aires, Havana and other cities back across the Atlantic.
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Heritage, Politics and Women Empowerment

Washington, DC: Italian Leadership in America. Series / 3. Interviewing Patricia de Stacy Harrison, President and CEO of the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, co-chair of NIAF, and a most captivating Italian leader in the Nation’s capital.
Facts & Stories

The Search for Our Energy Future

Visiting MITEI Labs, a research center established nine years ago in a collaboration between MIT and several energy-sector companies, including Italy’s Eni. MITEI (or MIT Energy Initiative) has become an incubator for energy ideas and research projects, an across-the- board enterprise involving hundreds of professors and thousands of students. Its goal is to meet the growing demand for energy in an environmentally responsible way.
Facts & Stories

Happy Festa della Repubblica, New York!

Italian institutions celebrate June 2nd and italianità. An entire day filled with the best in Italian food, classic and contemporary art, and jazz. Community representatives inaugurated the design of the Consulate General of Italy’s new waiting room. Also noteworthy was the presence of Italian Ambassador Armando Varricchio, who presented awards to Frank Bisignano and Jhumpa Lahiri .
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Early Elections Loom - But So Do Gloomy Warnings

Three powerful forces are lobbying for national general elections to be held this autumn, 6 months before the slated end of the legislature: Matteo Renzi's PD, Beppe Grillo's M5S and Silvio Berlusconi's Forza Italia. But if so, they will leave serious unfinished business and may bring a possibly chaotic future.
Life & People

Italian Cars Take to the Streets of Montclair

Do you love Italian cars? Don't miss Mille Miglia Auto Club's Italian exotic car rally! The event takes place on Sunday, June 11th in Montclair, NJ and is organized by Franco Porporino Jr. This year's rally is a fundraiser for Tomorrow Children's Fund and Hudson Valley SPCA. The day promises to be full of cars, food, and celebrity guests–all in support of local organizations.
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Facts & Stories

i-ITALY RADIO. Launching Our New Project

After the news website, the free-press magazine, and the weekly TV show on NYC Life, a brand new Radio project joins our information and entertainment network.
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Court Ruling Gives Italian Culture a Black Eye

Thanks to Culture Minister Dario Franceschini's museum reform, management of 32 top Italian museums was opened to international competition in 2015. But today an administrative tribunal is kicking out the non-Italians - and kicking off a huge ruckus.
Life & People

Francesco Totti: Bidding Farewell to the Iconic A.S. Roma Captain

The numbers are more than impressive: 786 games for A.S. Roma, 307 competitive goals, 25 seasons playing in the Serie A, along with four World Cup appearances. The remarkable career of 40- year-old Roma captain, Francesco Totti, came to an end this past weekend as he made his final appearance playing for the only squad he has ever known.
Art & Culture

Sofia Coppola Wins Best Director at Cannes Film Festival

On the 70th anniversary of the cinema's most prestigious festival, Sofia Coppola made history as the second female filmmaker to win the best director prize for her film "The Beguiled."
Art & Culture

The History and Politics of the last 70 Years of Italian Migration to the U.S.

Italian immigration from 1945 to the present is an American phenomenon too little explored in our historical studies. Until now. In this new collection, Laura E. Ruberto and Joseph Sciorra edit essays by an elite roster of scholars in Italian American studies.
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Happy Birthday, Forum Italicum!

The renowned journal of Italian literature, language, and culture, founded by Michael Ricciardelli fifty years ago, will be presented at the Italian Parliament, Chamber of Deputies this spring.
Art & Culture

The Job of Promoting Contemporary Italy

A large part of my job entails presenting contemporary Italy to Americans already familiar with our prestigious past, explaining that our country isn’t just its glorious Renaissance. Contemporary Italian culture is an integral part of our country that we want to promote “as a system.”. Interview with Director of the Italian Cultural Institute of Los Angeles, Valeria Rumori.
Art & Culture

Coordinating the Italian Presence as a System

"We promote Italian art, cinema, food and wine and other made in Italy products, while also showing tourism opportunities and teaching the audience about our achievements in science, manufacturing, and research. This is what we call a 'country-system approach.'. Interview with Consul General of Los Angeles, Antonio Verde.
Art & Culture

Promoting Italy by Thinking Out of the Box

The closest historical equivalent to San Francisco may be Renaissance Florence, where a series of structural, economic and cultural conditions aligned to produce a once-in-lifetime situation. The Consulate General oversees a vast area, from Hawaii to Alaska, Seattle to San Jose. At its hearth lies San Francisco, the “Golden City,” and of course the Silicon Valley. Our conversation with Consul General Ortona cannot fail to start from this point.
Art & Culture

The Italian Communities of America’s College Capital

Boston: a vibrant Italian-American community, hundreds of Italian students, professors and professionals, and a vast number of American Italophiles. Interview with Consul General of Boston, Nicola De Santis.
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Italy's Health Minister Beatrice Lorenzin has warned of health consequences if water rationing is imposed in Rome.

Italy intends to deploy several ships in Libyan waters by the end of August to fight human trafficking and stem a flood of immigrants, a government source said on Thursday.

A bear hunt is underway in the Italian Alps after a 69-year-old was brutally mauled - and said the huge animal wanted to kill him.

Elmira police have charged two men in connection with a reported break-in over the weekend at the Italian American Veteran's Club, 1070 Magee St. in the city.

Italian police said on Monday they had arrested two brothers suspected of robbing dozens of cash machines while wearing masks of President Donald Trump.

A gay couple has been refused entry at a guesthouse in Italy after its owner told them it does not “accept gays and animals”.

Data about loan accounts belonging to 400,000 customers of Italy's largest bank has been put at risk by two security breaches.

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Fatti e Storie
La Nave Scuola Amerigo Vespucci della Marina Militare è in arrivo nel porto di New York. per l’ottava tappa della Campagna d’Istruzione 2017. Partita da La Spezia lo scorso 19 aprile, dopo la tappa bostoniana la "nave più bella del mondo"...
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Fatti e Storie
La Nave Scuola Amerigo Vespucci della Marina Militare sosterà dal 18 al 22 luglio nel porto di Boston negli Stati Uniti per la settima tappa della Campagna d’Istruzione 2017. L'amore per il mare, l'etica, la fedeltà, la disciplina e l...
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Domenico Logozzo(July 09, 2017)
Una bella storia raccontata da un'idea nata in un incontro casuale in uno Starbucks nei pressi di Seattle. L’orgoglio delle radici. La storia di una famiglia di emigranti molisani in America attraversa tre secoli e diventa un libro di ricordi....

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