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President Sergio Mattarella is ready to allow time for passions to cool after Italy’s acrimonious election campaign and will give political leaders until July to break their deadlock, according to a senior state official.
Italy’s inconclusive election has darkened what was an already unfavorable backdrop for the nation’s bonds, according to BlackRock Inc.
Davide Casaleggio is one of the top leaders of the Five Star Movement. He is president of the Rousseau Association, which created the movement’s digital platform.
The europhile leaders of Germany and France said the Italian election 2018 "deeply shook" the European Union after the success of the eurosceptic the Lega and Five Star Movement (M5S) parties.
THE U.S. government spent over $30,000 on personal security for Environmental Protection Agency chief Scott Pruitt during his trip last year to Italy, according to documents obtained by a watchdog group that said the spending was irresponsible at a time of budget cuts.
India shares a "unique" cultural relationship with Italy and is the world's only country where a Roman settlement dating back more than 2,000 years can be found, a senior Italian official has said.
Slovakia’s prosecutor general asked Italian authorities on Monday to create a joint team with Slovakia to investigate the slayings of a journalist and his fiancee that have triggered a serious political crisis.
Vladimir Putin won re-election as Russia’s president in a landslide on Sunday for which Moscow partly credited the diplomatic storm with Britain over the poisoning of former double agent Sergei Skripal.
After leading the anti-establishment Five Star Movement to a stunning result in Italy’s national elections, Luigi Di Maio returned triumphantly to his small hometown near Naples.
Italian authorities have seized a Spanish charity's rescue ship after it brought 216 migrants stranded off the coast of Libya to Sicilian shores.
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One of the things that make pasta so perfect is how simple it is. Quality ingredients for a refined pasta dough to be paired with a matching sauce is the formula to experience a pasta in its truest form. However, practice does make perfect in the art of pasta making, especially to enjoy in any variation from an egg stuffed pasta to a dried shape pasta. Accompany La Scuola Chef in this interactive hands-on workshop and observe him demonstrate fresh pasta dough and shaping techniques. In this class guests will:
Learn about the history and origin of dried and egg pasta.
Enjoy two pasta course prepared by La Scuola Chef paired with two wines.
Participate in enhancing your pasta making technique to create a fresh egg and dried pasta in various shapes to take home.
Take home the menu, adapted recipes, wine tasting notes and a gift box with pro pasta tools and a 10% off gift card to use in your next visit at Eataly.
There are many recipes for Easter bread in Italy and just as many names depending on the region you are from. Scarcella is sweet bread dough that is crumbly, buttery, and delightful, with a hint of lemon. Make it into your own Easter shape, such as a dove, nest, wreath or basket! Presented by Cathy Blanco.
Children’s Fee: Members $30, Non-Members $40; Parent & Child Fee: Members $55, Non-Members $65; Each additional person: Members $30, Non-Members $40.
With winter waning we are officially ready for some warmer weather and a menu that welcomes the spring! Chef Liam has answered the call with the perfect menu that includes an antipasto of marinated sardines and a secondo featuring the official symbol of spring in Italy, lamb. Chef Liam will join you at the table at every course to describe what has been prepared and to answer any questions you may have. This will surely be an experience that you are not soon to forget, so buy your tickets today and don’t miss out!
The Festival presents the best of Italian cinema in San Diego through a review of classic and contemporary movies. The program includes screenings on the first Saturday evening of each month from October 2017 until May 2018. Among the films on the calendar: The cloth of the dreams by G. Cabiddu, M. Monicelli's Great War , Pazza giozi by P. Virzi '.
For the complete program: www.cinemalittleitaly.com
Always a Met favorite, Mozart's comedy returns with production by Phelim McDermott and an all star cast.The third collaboration between Mozart and librettist Lorenzo Da Ponte (following Le nozze di Figaro and Don Giovanni)COSI FAN TUTTE, the work didn't fare too well when it debuted in 1790, with many considering amoral and risque, but has since been thoroughly reappraised. Leading this production are Tony Award-winning star of Broadway Kelli O'Hara, most recently seen in The King and I, and British baritone Christopher Maltman.
Originally set in Naples, Phelim McDermot relocates the action to Coney Island of the 1950s, filling the stage with fire-eaters, bearded ladies and carousels. The story begins with a wager - the wily Don Alfonso bets two young soldiers that their fiancees will be unfaithful to them. The soldiers agree to pretend to be called away on duty and then return in disguise and try and seduce their the other's betrothed. And so begins a comedy of the sexes that would make Shakespeare proud.