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Major Italian political forces appear to be strongly pro-Kremlin, but that's unlikely to mean the end of Russia sanctions in Europe.
One-man Italian website has become a feared agenda-setter for the political elite.
Iconic Italian actresses Monica Bellucci and Gina Lollobrigida will be honored at a three-day cultural event by Tiziana Rocc from Filming on Italy and Valeria Rumori from the Italian Institute of Culture Los Angeles.
Italy is holding a general election on March 4, but it is unclear whether it will manage to form a solid government, which is raising concerns among market participants
There are deep concerns that increasing support for populist ideas will make Italy derail from a sustainable fiscal path in the coming years — a problem for its own finances but also for Europe
An Italian prince who appeared in a Bond film is leading a protest against plans to build a rubbish dump close to the remains of an imperial Roman villa.
From pizza to spaghetti, Italy has given us some of the world's best loved foods and many of its restaurants are considered among the finest on the planet.
THE LEADER of Italian party the League, formerly known as the Northern League, warned he will fight the European Union until they agree to change the rules or Italy will follow the UK out of the bloc.
In many parts of the world, tourists are treated differently than locals. If there are ways you can adopt the local customs, you’ll be able to have an authentic experience and have a better understanding of the culture.
With elections approaching, the parties are debating how to spend money that isn't there.
The head of an anti-migrant party who is running to be Italy's premier came to the defense Monday of an Italian gubernatorial candidate who advocated for clamping down on immigrants' numbers to preserve "our white race."
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Please join the Greater New York Region of the National Organization of Italian American Women for our ninth annual Epiphany Celebration honoring: Elizabeth F. Defeis, Distinguished Scholar and Dean Emeritus, Seton Hall University School of Law, Teresa Ghilarducci, Ph.D., Bernard L. and Irene Schwartz Professor of Economics, The New School for Social Research, Paola Prestini, Composer, Artistic Director and Co-founder, National Sawdust.
Di Donna Galleries is pleased to present Nuvolo and Post-War Materiality 1950–1965, an exhibition curated by Germano Celant that highlights the early career of the Italian artist Nuvolo (né Giorgio Ascani; 1926–2008). The exhibition features 20 works by Nuvolo, most of which have never been seen outside of Italy, contextualized by important works by other artists working in Italy, Spain, France, and the United States following World War II, including Alberto Burri, Ettore Colla, Pietro Consagra, Jean Fautrier, Lucio Fontana, Addie Herder, Piero Manzoni, Conrad Marca-Relli, Manolo Millares, Mimmo Rotella, Angelo Savelli, Salvatore Scarpitta, Toti Scialoja, Antoni Tàpies, and Cy Twombly.
This exhibition offers a rare opportunity to experience three masterpieces by Caravaggio, one of the greatest painters of all time, from the Galleria Borghese's renowned collection. The paintings presented provide insight into three crucial stages in Caravaggio's short but intense career.
Michelangelo Merisi, better known as Caravaggio (Italian, 1571–1610), is unquestionably one of the greatest painters of all time. His bold, naturalistic style, which emphasized the common humanity of the protagonists in his works, was both highly admired and controversial among his contemporaries. The Galleria Borghese in Rome is home to the most extraordinary group of Caravaggio’s paintings, spanning his career. This exhibition offers a rare opportunity to experience three masterpieces from this renowned collection. The paintings presented provide insight into three crucial stages in Caravaggio's short but intense career.
Featuring works from the Getty Museum's collection by Giovanni Battista Lusieri, and Canaletto, this exhibition captures the essence and spirit of Italy.
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In January 2007, Italian businessman Oscar Farinetti converted a deserted vermouth factory in Torino into the first location of Eataly. The unique space was inspired by time-honored Mediterranean marketplaces, where one wanders from stall to stall: tasting different specialties, buying ingredients, and getting recipe ideas from the producers.
Eleven years later, Eataly L.A. is the newest and largest location to open, the 39th in the world and the first on the West Coast. While unique, Eataly L.A. stays true to our founding philosophy: be a place where you can eat, shop, and learn. Explore the 67,000-square-foot store for yourself on a walking tour! Whether it's your first time at Eataly or you're simply curious, join us to:
- Taste sweet and savory bites throughout the market, such as fresh mozzarella, house-made bread, Roman pizza, cured meats and cheeses, wine, pastries, hot chocolate, caffè crema, and more.
- Discover behind-the-scenes secrets about the unique culture of Eataly as you explore various departments.
- Meet our experts dedicated to high-quality food as they share their wealth of knowledge — and tastes of their specialties!
- Learn about our sustainable greywater system.
- Please note, that the tour meets at Caffè Lavazza on the second floor of Eataly, located in Westfield Century City.
- The tour duration is approximate and may vary by 10-15 minutes.
- Please notify us in advance if you have any dietary restrictions. If we are not notified ahead of time of any special needs, we may not be able to accommodate them.
- Tours are limited to 10 people at a time. If you are unable to reserve a spot on the website, it means the tour is full, but do not fret! Simply contact us at [email protected] to ask about customized private tour offerings.