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  • Tourism
    Giulia Madron(December 12, 2013)
    From December 10th to December 12th, Ignazio Marino, Mayor of Rome, was in the US with the mission of promoting the Italian Capital in the world.
  • Art & Culture
    Giulia Madron(December 04, 2013)
    We interviewed Francesca Coppola, a successful Italian filmmaker based in Brooklyn and director of "Flamingos," a beautiful short movie realized in 2012 which premiered at MoMa and Licoln Center in New York and that it's currently touring festivals.
  • Dining in & out: Articles & Reviews
    R. G.(November 28, 2013)
    Located in Macerich’s The Shops at North Bridge in the heart of the famed Michigan Avenue District, Eataly Chicago will be the ultimate culinary destination for Chicagoans, out-of-towners, epicureans and Italophiles. “The city of Chicago boasts such a great food culture; we are very excited about this new opening,” Oscar Farinetti, founder of Eataly comments. Follow the countdown to the opening starts on the official Eataly Chicago Facebook Page
  • In occasion of the International Day for the elimination of violence against women, Lella Golfo presented at The Italian Cultural Institute of New York “Ad Alta Quota,” the book in which she talks about her battles to support women in affirming themselves at the workplace.
  • On November 19, students of the Food & Finance High School and guest chefs celebrated the “White Truffle of the Year.” New York’s Mayor-elect Bill De Blasio donated to the school a $ 8,000 white truffle that the city of Alba gave to him as a present for his Italian heritage. To feed the 500 people who attended the event, Colavita USA donated high-quality pasta and extra virgin olive oil
  • New York State has the largest number of residents of Italian origin in the United States. In addition, New York City can boast the same status. Further still, Italian Americans comprise 37 percent of Staten Island’s population, according to the 2009 American Community Survey, supposedly the largest percentage of locals in a county in the United States. A triple play, in a sense, that corresponds to yet another Italian/American triad.