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  • A scene from Pizza & the Art of Living (Pizza e l’arte di arrangiarsi), by Matteo Troncone
    Every year a different cultural theme is chosen to spotlight the week’s promotion of language; in 2017, it’s cinema. Located in the capital of American cinema, the Italian Cultural Institute in Los Angeles is naturally very actively involved. The Institute’s director, Valeria Rumori tells i-Italy how they are approaching the task.
  • Luigi Pirandello was a prominent writer who lived from 1867 to 1936
    From January 13th to January 19th, Film Forum on Houston Street in New York will be honoring one of the greatest Italian authors of all time in association with Helluva Theater Company’s city-wide tribute entitled “Pirandello 150.”
  • Dining in & out: Articles & Reviews
    Natasha Lardera(December 17, 2014)
    Below you’ll find our fourteen city’s titans of sweetness, dishing out desserts we can’t say no to. From tiramisu to rum baba to millefoglie, each dessert has a hidden link to the regions of Italy, where every family covets its own recipe. Pastry chefs the world over have brought their own twists on old standards to the best restaurants with creativity and passion. Who can refuse a little sweet during the Thanksgiving and Christmas holiday? Below are our recommendations. If you have a recommendation of your own, send us an email or visit our Facebook page and we’ll publish it online.
  • A new book explores the life of Marta Abba (1900-1988) - acclaimed actress of the Italian and American stages and Luigi Pirandello's muse. A discussion and reading of the pair's letters took place at Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimò on November 19th.