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Italia super star alla National Gallery of art (Nga) di Washington, con cinque delle prossime 11 mostre in calendario: ben tre dedicate contemporaneamente a Tintoretto, per il 500/mo anniversario della nascita nel 2019, una su Andrea del Verrocchio ed un'altra sull'incisione a chiaroscuro nel Rinascimento italiano. "Sono convinto che sara' un anno...

The Trumbull County Italian Food Trail offers some of the most delicious Italian dishes you will ever taste. Beth Carmichael, executive director of the Trumbull County Tourism Bureau, says, "We are thrilled to showcase the rich Italian culture we have in our area to a wider audience through this new trail." She continues, "However, the sites are no...

A sport first created in Italy more than 20 years ago is making its way to Columbia County. The Association of Baseball for the Blind has been helping visually challenged individuals gain a love for baseball for decades and Don Landolphi wants to increase the number of people that the organization can reach by bringing it to upstate New York. In bl...

Naples is a city with a reputation: it has pizza, devil-may-care drivers, and mafia clans known as the Camorra. But in the past few years this southern Italian city has also been fostering a growing community of tech start-ups and app creators. The hope is it will change not just Naples' reputation, but also its fortunes and so reverse a brain drai...

As the Leaning Tower of Pisa is a must-visit attraction when touring Italy, Melbourne’s own Leaning Tower of Pizza restaurant is a dining experience not to be missed. “Nothing Fancy, Just Good Food” is the restaurant’s slogan, and with its affordable menu with daily specials, diners don’t have to be in Italy to taste these authentic flavors. Open f...

The Chandelier Room at Casa Italia was transformed into a Milan runway for this year’s Columbus Day Queen Pageant, and event organizers couldn’t be more pleased. “It was like a Versace fashion show!” enthuses Jo Ann Serpico, executive director of the Joint Civic Committee of Italian Americans. “We had 22 contestants, the room looked absolutely beau...

Italy is more than just a tourist destination. More and more young people from all over the world indeed choose the Bel Paese to enroll and complete basic, master or doctoral studies, especially those who want to shine in the arts. College applications and student visas The first thing to know is that Italian cultural centers around the world are t...

The North American tour of A Bronx Tale, directed by Robert De Niro and Jerry Zaks, has begun rehearsals ahead of performances set to begin in Rochester, New York, on October 14. The company features 10 alumni from the Broadway production. Heading the cast are Joe Barbara as Sonny, Richard H. Blake as Lorenzo, Joey Barreiro as Calogero, Michelle Ar...

Ferrari calls new Monza models the “probably the closest and purest driving experience to the Formula 1” – and fast they are. Providing the thrust is the most powerful engine Ferrari has ever built for a road car. Engineers took the 6.5-liter V12 from the 812 Superfast and pumped out a few more ponies to get it to 810 horsepower and 530 pound-feet...

A new Italian eatery is set to open next week. La Tavola Ristorante  will be open on Route 100 with an extensive wine list, full bar, authentic Italian menu and lounge. The owners, Fernando and Soa Uva, and manager Tony Lavalle run Tavola’s in Provincetown, Cape Cod, Rhode Island and Florida in addition to the new Vermont location. “We’re like rest...

When: Tuesday, November 06, 2018 At 6:00 pm - Where: Casa Italiana di Las Vegas, West Charleston Library, 6301 West Charleston Blvd., Las Vegas, NV 89138 Casa Italiana di Las Vegas, in collaboration with the Lecco Film Commission and the West Charleston Library, presents a special screening of "W di Walter": a movie about the famous Italian mountai...

The rainy week of weather finally broke just in time for the St. Anthony’s Italian Festival in Glassboro last Saturday, Sept. 15. Attendees packed the Glassboro Town Square, on Rowan University’s campus, to enjoy an afternoon and evening of Italian music, games and the thing Jane Damico of Glassboro came to the festival for specifically. “Food,” Da...