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  • Dining in & out: Articles & Reviews
    Gero Salamone(October 21, 2015)
    The French poet Guy de Maupassant called Sicily “the land of oranges, of blooming ground, whose air in the spring is a fragrance,” An island with timeless appeal, where one becomes enchanted with its numerous cities: the capital Palermo, the charming Taormina, or the historic Ragusa Ibla. A region that over the years has received an influx of different cultures: Greek, Arabic, Norman, Spanish, and other civilizations of the Mediterranean. The popularity of Sicilian cooking makes it easy to experience its distinctive flavors in restaurants scattered across New York.
  • Art & Culture
    I. I.(July 10, 2015)
    Sous Les Etoiles Gallery is proud to present “Cuba, Then & Now,” a group show featuring the work of Italian photographer Ernesto Bazan and social documentary photographer Magdalena Solé.
  • After a successful run at the celebrated Piccolo Teatro in Milano and a tour throughout northern and southern Italy, the show Taddrarite, brought by Accura Teatro, has had its North American debut (during the In Scena! Italian Theater Festival). Winner of the Roma Fringe Festival 2014, one of the largest multi-arts festivals, the play, written and directed by Luana Rondinelli, is the story of three women, victims of violence, told with irony, intelligence, theatrical skill and superb acting.
  • Events: Reports
    A. V.(May 20, 2015)
    A photographic exhibition of 30 rare images (30x40” B/W and color prints) of Michelangelo Antonioni, during the shooting of one of his last documentaries (Sicily, 1997).

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