A ceremony will take place in L'Aquila on January 20th. A scholarship will be announced to help the students of the city and the unveiling of a statue that commemorates heroes and sacrifices of Aquilani will follow
Abruzzo had a significant presence at this year’s The Fancy Food Show. It can be said that Abruzzo’s economy is once again based on agriculture despite the devastating earthquake there two years ago. We interviewed Commissioner of Agriculture of the Region of Abruzzo Mauro Febbo who was accompanied by industry experts
Breaking Bread in L’Aquila: 49 fresh & zingy recipes to impress guests with tasty & visually delightful dishes, but don’t be tied to a stove and left feeling stretched & exhausted by the cooking process...
SNAP/SHOTS ITALY. A leaked wiretap from investigations into suspected irregularities in the post-quake reconstruction in Abruzzo, shows a cynical dialogue among two eminent builders anxious for juicy contracts.
The Abruzzi has made headlines in recent months because of the tragic earthquake that struck on April 6. This time, though, we’ll talk about its natural beauty, and its artistic and cultural heritage thanks to the presentation that the Italian Government Tourist Board (ENIT)
An interview with Stanislao G. Pugliese, Professor of History at Hofstra College and author of “Bitter Spring: A life of Ignazio Silone.” The controversial Italian writer—loved and hated in his country by anti-communists and anti-fascists alike—is studied in this book from historical, literary, and human perspectives.