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  • "Bufala"
    In Italian the word "bufala" means, not mamma buffalo, as in "mozzarella di bufala," but a "whopper" or, in today's jargon, fake news. No less than anywhere else, bufala whoppers are roaming through the news ranges of Italy.
  • Life & People
    Nathasha Lardera(November 18, 2008)
    Manhattan gets a Mozzarella Bar, Obikà. It is is the creation of Silvio Ursini, a Neapolitan entrepreneur, who dreamed up the idea more than two decades ago