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Aperitivo is like happy hour, if every happy hour were beautifully lit, accompanied by incredible food and drink, and utterly life-affirming.
A 420-year-old church in Italy's north narrowly avoided being crushed by a rock fall which shrouded the town in a thick dust cloud.
Giacometti exhibit can be found at the Guggenheim Museum until Sept. 12.
The new populist cabinet in Rome is set to cut taxes and increase public spending.
The Calabrian mob - known as the 'Ndrangheta - is an "underestimated" and "extraordinary powerful organisation".
Former Chelsea forward Eniola Aluko has signed for Italian champions Juventus.
A 15-year-long court case was given new life on Wednesday when the highest court in Italy published its decision affirming the merits of a plagiarism suit brought by the inventor of Western Kentucky's mascot against a large Italian media company.
Artist Larissa Watson allegedly left several hotels and restaurants without paying during Italian holiday lasting months
Piera Aiello is hardly unknown. She wrote a popular autobiography in 2012 and was elected to Italy's Parliament in March, winning 52 percent of the vote in her Sicilian constituency as a candidate of the populist Five Star Movement.
Two prominent North End restaurateurs, Frank DePasquale and Nick Varano, are teaming up to run an Italian restaurant at Encore Boston Harbor, the $2.5 billion Everett gambling resort scheduled to open next June.
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Italy in NY Calendar
Assembled entirely from LACMA’s permanent collection, this exhibition reveals the depth of Rome’s impact from the Renaissance to the Enlightenment, before rising individualism, internationalism, and the optimistic equilibrium between secular and religious forces caused the city’s ultimate marginalization. Organized by LACMA
Info at www.lacma.org
Casa Italiana hosts this book club that meets once a month to discuss contemporary Italian books in Italian.
Lecture. Casa Italiana hosts this book club that meets once a month to discuss contemporary Italian books in Italian. The Club is open to anyone and its purpose is to offer the possibility to practice the Italian language. Everybody is encouraged to speak.
In the posthumously published Missing Madonnas, the late poet Gil Fagiani writes with lyricism and humor about the absurdities of life, from mythical Madonnas to nonnas to urban addictions, gallant struggles for redemption, and the sustained beauty of ordinary days and lives.
Lecture from the book "Power, Politics, and the Making of an Automotive Empire" (2018, David Bull Publishing) by Luca Dal Monte.