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  • After a wide-ranging career, Tommaso Cardana, born in Italy 43 years ago, took a Master’s degree in Venezuela, then moved to Miami, where he opened a hotel services company and later expanded to home supplies. A year ago, he was elected president of the Italy-America Chamber of Commerce Southeast, Miami (IACCSE).
  • Your central station to enjoy the best of Italy’s gastronomic tradition has finally landed in Miami at the Brickell City Centre! We had the chance to chat with Jacopo Giustiniani, the notable NYC restaurateur, who opened the premier food hall in collaboration with hospitality guru Matthias Kiehm. Giustiniani guided us through the new realm of Italian dining on the East Coast highlighting his personal concept of “hospitalian” - hospitality the Italian way.
  • Vino 2017, Miami
    Intervista con Michele Scannavini, Presidente dell'Agenzia ICE. L'Italia si conferma di successo in successo primo fornitore di vino negli USA. Ma le sfide continuano...
  • Art & Culture
    Mila Tenaglia(June 25, 2016)
    For four generations Gloria Porcella’s family has followed an artistic and cultural path in Rome. Here Gloria tells us a little about her cultured childhood, her subsequent career in Europe, and her decision to open the Ca’ d’Oro Art Gallery—founded by her father Antonio—also in Miami and New York.
  • Art & Culture
    Mila Tenaglia(March 13, 2015)
    The works of Banksy, Shepard Farey (Obey), and Keith Haring, auctioned at the Major Street Art Auction in Miami. The street art auction, which featured not only the greatest names in international street art but also the new generations of artists coming from Italy, France, and London, just ended. The FAAM - Fine Auction Art Miami - the most important auction house in Florida, involved art charities such as the Arts & Business Council and Guntram Von Habsburg. An artistic, cultural, and social display of emotion and human relations.
  • Life & People
    (June 01, 2013)
    Italian Ambassador Claudio Bisogniero Announces New Miami Trade Office at First Florida Official Visit with 200 Community and Governmental Leaders
  • A consortium of bands and musicians representing Italy's popular music scene will be performing in the US for a triple-city tour known as Hit Week (Oct 10th – 16th). Hit Week artists vary wildly, but they share a certain spirit. They flirt with local sounds, satirize local conditions, climb local charts, and pack local stadiums with hundreds of thousands of dedicated fans.