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Il 25 febbraio alle ore 11.30, il Soprintendente all’Archeologia, Belle Arti e Paesaggio dell’Umbria, Marica Mercalli, l’Arcivescovo della Diocesi di Spoleto – Norcia, Renato Boccardo, il Sindaco di Norcia, Nicola Alemanno, il Sindaco di Cascia, Mario De Carolis, l’Assessore alla Cultura del Comune di Norcia, Giuseppina Perla, il Presidente di Cult...

Thursday, March 7 | 7 - 9 p.m. 5th floor Mueller Center, Heinz History Center - 1212 Smallman Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15222. Free and open to the public. Join the History Center for the premiere of "The Rock," a documentary about the life and legacy of Therese Rocco, one of America's first female assistant police chiefs and the first in Pittsburgh....

Tuesday 3/26/2019 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM. Eataly Chicago - 43 E Ohio St, Chicago, IL 60611 Join us for special evening of fun: a Trivia Challenge for those who love Italy and its astonishing culture and cuisine. We welcome Carla Gambescia, author of La Dolce Vita University: An Unconventional Guide to Italian Culture from A to Z, a unique compendium of...

The Asiago plateau is one of the most iconic locations of World War I, having seen many battles between Italian and Austro-Hungarian troops. After the end of the war, the town of Asiago was selected to house one of the largest memorials of the Great War. The burial monument was built in the 1930s on Leiten Hill on the edge of town. The sprawling sq...

At Fox & the Knife, a 75-seat Italian restaurant in South Boston, you’ll find a bread dish on the menu called tigelle. Also know as crescentina modenese, the disc-shaped appetizer is native to the Italian town of Modena, where chef and owner Karen Akunowicz lived and worked for a year over a decade ago.  “It’s an old kind of recipe specifically fro...

Rodo — which has been a mainstay in Italy since 1956 — is making a bigger play for the U.S. market. The family-owned brand will officially launch at Bergdorf Goodman this spring. It will kick things off with a two-day event on April 6 and 7 that showcases the heritage and craftsmanship of Rodo’s shoes and bags. The New York retailer has a departmen...

The great German writer of the Age of the Enlightenment, Johann Wolfgang Goethe, once said: “Europe was born on pilgrimage, and its language is Christianity”. That is very true, as European identity and its cultural heritage enjoyed its greatest rise in the Middle Ages, when the Via Francigena, together with the routes towards the Holy Land and San...

Monday, March 11, 2019. From 6:00 pm To 8:00 pm. Italian Cultural Institute of New York, 86 Park Avenue, New York, NY 10065 - USA. Entrance: Free. A conversation between Italian pianist Beatrice Rana and Harvey Sachs, writer and music historian, on the occasion of the young, yet renowned, musician's piano recital at Carnegie Hall. At twenty-four Be...

Prosegue con “Seeds of Disruption” l’attività promozionale della Italy-America Chamber of Commerce West - Camera di Commercio italiana per la West Coast USA - a beneficio delle produzioni agroalimentari e vinicole italiane autentiche, nell’ambito della campagna “True Italiana Taste”, il progetto promosso e finanziato dal Ministero dello Sviluppo Ec...

Scholarships toward studying abroad in Florence (application process is now open until 5 p.m. on April 19, 2019). The County of Santa Clara/Florence, Italy Sister County Commission established an annual scholarship award for Santa Clara County residents who have been accepted in a university-certified study abroad program in Florence, Italy and who...

The largest mountain group in the Dolomites, and arguably one of the most beautiful, the Pale di San Martino extend for 240 square km in eastern Trentino and part of the province of Belluno in Veneto, northern Italy. They formed 300 million years ago, and today they are the setting of a much beloved tourist area. The Pale are mountains of coral ori...

There were not many jobs around town when Tony Lombardo got back from the Army in the early 1950s. Lombardo took great pride in serving his country. But amid a stubborn, deep recession that gripped it, there was not much a young man could do to make a living. "So, a friend of mine says, 'Tony, why don't you go to barber school.'" Lombardo said to...