The Teramano Coast, the longest riviera in the Region of Abruzzo, is an oasis of art, relaxation, and natural beauty fronting the Adriatic Sea. Just imagine miles upon miles of golden, sandy beaches, equipped for every want and need, and you have the idea.

Laura  Muzi nacque a Dennison, Ohio, il 18 agosto del 1914 da Andrea (1883-1975) ed Elvira Pelosi (1887 -1972). Entrambi i suoi genitori erano nati a Capitignano (AQ). I genitori di Laura giunsero ad “Ellis Island” nel 1910 dopo aver attraversato l’oceano sulla nave “Roma”. All’inizio Andrea Muzi lavorò nelle miniere e in seguito trovò un più conve...

Il 4 marzo é scomparso all’etá di 96 anni il noto giornalista originario di Giulianova, Pasquale Omero Marino Manocchia, per tutti Pasqualino o semplicemente “Lino”. Arrivato a New York nel 1949, si trasferí prima nel Bronx e poi a Cambridge, un paese a 300 km a nord nello stato di New York. Ci abitava con il figlio Adriano, la nuora Teresa Schiavi...

This summer, the University of Calabria, in collaboration with the John D. Calandra Italian American Institute, will host the "Italian Diaspora Studies Summer Seminar." As part of the program in Arcavacata di Rende, Cleveland-born moviemaker Michael DiLauro will screen his recent feature length production on June 21.  In La Mia Strada/My Road, the...

Gina Ventresca Carano nacque a Pratola Peligna (AQ) il 23 aprile del 1912. Sin da piccola mostrò una straordinaria propensione per la musica e il canto in particolare. Emigrò con i suoi genitori per gli Stati Uniti. In America un'insegnante disse ai suoi "Vostra figlia è un prodigio. Merita di seguire il suo istinto musicale." Studiò, con eccellen...

by Nick Squires   For a little girl who had just survived an extraordinary ordeal, trapped for two days and nights beneath a tsunami of snow, ice and rock, it was a disarmingly ordinary question. "Can I have my biscuits, please?" six-year-old Ludovica Parete asked Italian alpine rescue experts as they gently lifted her out of the tiny s...

By Antonio Denti and Valentina Consiglio   Eight people were found alive on Friday two days after being buried under a massive avalanche that hit a luxury mountain hotel in central Italy, a Civil Protection official said. Titti Postiglione told reporters that two of the survivors had already been pulled clear of the snow and debris whic...

The tragic earthquake in central Italy that lasted all summer in different waves, created a real disaster for the historical and artistic heritage of the affected areas, of course besides the distressing news for the population and for the victims. The earthquake zone is closely linked to the medieval Romanesque art that radiates throughout Europe...

WTI Magazine #83    2016 September 16Author : Jennifer Gentile Martin for www.vinotravelsitaly.com      Translation by:   With so much talk of rosé this summer, and every summer for that fact, it totally makes sense that our Italian Food Wine & Travel group (#ItalianFWT) is highlighting rosé wines of Italy from...

  WTI Magazine #82    2016 August 19Author : folclore.it      Translation by:   On August 28 and 29 of every year, L'Aquila (Abruzzo) renews the solemn rite of the Perdonanza (Forgiveness), the perpetual plenary indulgence that Celestine V, on the same evening of his coronation as pope, granted to all the faith...