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By Paul Glader   In the U.S., motorcycles conjure images of loud, reverberating, menacing engines on stout, chrome-heavy frames adorned in black leather. We're talking Harley Davidson rallies in Sturgis and Daytona, the cinematic scenes of Dennis Hopper and Peter Fonda in Easy Rider, the disgruntled war veterans, immigrants and roughnecks ri...

by Claudia Astarita   Sunny may not be the first adjective that springs to mind to describe a region whose main features are valleys and mountain peaks. But in Trentino-Alto Adige even the mountains seem to be made of light. Here, two gastronomic traditions live side by side: one of Veneto roots in the area of Trento, and the other of German...

by Nanci Casas   The De Re Gallery debuted Mauro Perucchetti's Pop Fiction exhibition on Thursday, September 10th in West Hollywood. Mauro and his stunning wife Lorena Perucchetti, who is also his PR manager, both arrived elegantly dressed and accessorized with miniature pieces of Mauro's artwork in the form of necklaces.   With Peron...

Officials in Spartanburg County say an Italian manufacturer of high-end adhesives and sealants plans to create 150 new jobs and invest $66 million in the area. The Herald-Journal of Spartanburg reports (http://bit.ly/1Fdtfr7) the county council has approved the third and final reading of an economic incentives agreement which allows the compan...

Saturday, October 10, 2015 from 6:00 PM - 10:00 PM. Great Food, Fun and entertainment at our annual Columbus Day dinner/dance Doors open at 6:00, Dinner at 7:30 Antipasto Buffet Beef, Chicken, Fish Desserts provided by Carmine's NYC Dondino Mark Giovi and the Tap House All Star Band Special Guests - Attend Event   Italian American...

  WTI Magazine #70    2015 October, 16Author : Jennifer Gentile Martin for www.vinotravelsitaly.com      Translation by:   The vines in Montefalco are rather young and only about 15 years old. The traditional version of sagrantino was more of a passito, dried grapes, style, which is still produced today. These...

by Catherine Accardi The September 3rd edition of L'Italo-Americano featured an article titled "Before Ferry Plaza There Was the Italian Farmers' Market". It told the story of the earliest, 20th century Italian farmers' markets in San Francisco. Here we continue the story of California's Italian farmers and food venders of today and how they have...

by Lauren Saria   He's already changed the way America thinks about pizza, and now, nearly three decades after he opened his first restaurant, chef Chris Bianco will focus on something new. "My dream was always to do a little trattoria, to put as much emphasis on pasta as we did on pizza in the past," Bianco says.   That's why in...

By Anthony D'Alessandro   Quite often, whenever a country selects its foreign film submission, Oscar bloggers stand baffled wondering why the populist choice by American critics' standards wasn't chosen. Such was the case this year when many would have bet the vineyard that Nanni Moretti's Mia Madre was the top choice.   After al...

December 4, 2015, Friday 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM. Italian Consulate in San Francisco - 2590 Webster Street - San Francisco, California 94115. ItaLingua School of Italian Language and Culture invites you to attend their annual fundraiser and auction. ItaLingua is a non-profit, award-winning school, serving students of all levels a...

Ducati Scrambler and Italia Independent present their new creations in Miami. During the week of the prestigious contemporary art exhibition "Art Basel" at the Setai Hotel, the two brands launched a new limited edition Ducati Scrambler and a collection of dedicated sunglasses inspired by the "Land of Joy," the theme that characterizes the iconic mo...

Casanova: Libertine Legend —a conference organized by Malina Stefanovska, University of California, Los Angeles, and Thomas Harrison, University of California, Los Angeles. Co-sponsored by the UCLA Department of French and Francophone Studies and the Department of Italian. Friday & Saturday, January 22–23, 2016, 9:30 a.m.&nb...