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Nearly 400 years ago, a young Gian Lorenzo Bernini was commissioned by a powerful Cardinal’s family to decorate the first Jesuit church in Rome. Now, Bernini's work—a bust of Cardinal Roberto Bellarmino—has left Rome for the first time for an exhibit...

The American Foundation of Savoy Orders will present the Foundation’s 2018 Chivalry Award to Mrs. Matilda Raffa Cuomo, in recognition of her outstanding leadership in education and mentoring and lifelong dedication to public service. As the wife of t...

Half a year after the closure of European transplant Carluccio’s, there’s a new bustle of activity down on the 100 block of King Street. The smells of Italian food waft through the door anew, thanks in large part to the showpiece pizza oven now takin...

Delta Air Lines announced Wednesday it will be expanding its Italian network from Atlanta with the addition of summer seasonal service. The once-daily flights will be from Atlanta to both Milan and Venice and join the already planned summer journeys...

If you want to send your kids to Italy this summer while keeping them close to home, Casa Italia has the summer camp for you. The camp is celebrating its 14th year. The Casa’s Italian Language & Culture Summer Camp will introduce children ages 4 to 1...

Quando sei arrivato nelle Twin Cities, avresti voluto un consiglio su dove cercare casa? Sei ancora alla ricerca del miglior ristorante in città per mangiare una buona carbonara? Vuoi sapere dove gustare un vero espresso? O hai bisogno di un suggerim...

Some area high schoolers got a little taste of Italy, and a little extra dough, Wednesday night in Lima.  It was the CIAO Scholarship Dinner at the Knights of Columbus Hall. The mission of CIAO, or the Charitable Italian American Organization, is to...

The Seattle Opera’s production of Verdi’s “Aida” can only be described as opera flexing its muscles. Yes, Aida is unabashed in the spectacle that it offers, but it also knows when to dim the lights, streamline the sets, and focus all its energy on mo...

“It’s just a feast,” says Adele Spalluto Hubbard as she reflects on her family’s personally vetted retail collection of handmade, hand-painted Italian ceramics. “They are exactly like a painting, hand done with a brush, painstakingly made with love,...

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