Gino Sorbillo è tornato. Ha negli occhi il guizzo di sempre, quello del genio di una Napoli che vuole farcela anche in America: la sua. Sorride di sogni. È carico, ma al tempo stesso gentile. Come è abituato ad essere, del resto. Come è lui.Manhattan lo ha accolto srotolando il tappeto rosso delle grandi occasioni. L’evento di inaugurazione del loc...

Facing the Tyrhennian Sea, the Amalfi Coast is one of 50 Italian sites inserted on the UNESCO World Heritage List. The Amalfi Coast seems to be one grand balcony suspended between a sea of cobalt blue and the feet of the Lattari Mountains, in a long stretch of hollows and promontories, coves, cultivated terraces, vineyards, and citrus and olive gro...

Napoletano di sangue e di cuore, chef per passione e vocazione, Raffaele Ronca fa il bis dopo il successo del suo “Rafele” ristorante con anima e corpo nel Sud Italia inaugurato nel 2012 nel West Village. Sarà a Rye, nel Westchester, e porterà avanti la formula di successo che lo chef napoletano ha già collaudato nella Grande Mela: una cucina vera,...

Summer in Naples is simply magical! As Italy’s third largest city, there is never a shortage of entertaining activities to engage in. Naples has been inhabited since ancient times. This is reflected in the elegant architecture that dates back to the Greek and Roman empires. In addition, the city overlooks the beautiful Tyrrhenian Sea. Naples is a b...

Around the first half of the 19th century, during the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies, Lent days were called giorni di scammaro and people had to eat quite frugally, avoiding meat and rich foods. It is in this period that a peculiar frittata, the frittata scammaro was created, mixing together pasta with olives, sultanas, pine nuts and anchovies.  The t...

Ieri, a San Mauro La Bruca, alle ore 19,00, presso la sala conferenze del Municipio nei locali sottostanti la piazza Chies, in un clima di grande festa e gioiosità, con apposita delibera del Consiglio Comunale è stata conferita la cittadinanza onoraria ai fratelli Molly e Steve Blasko, nativi e residenti ad Hazletonn in Pennsylvania, i cui progenit...

Officials at the Pompeii archeological site have announced a dramatic new discovery, the skeleton of a man crushed by an enormous stone while trying to flee the explosion of Mt. Vesuvius in 79 A.D. Pompeii officials on Tuesday released a photograph showing the skeleton protruding from beneath a large block of stone that may have been a door jamb th...

A prominent resort city for centuries, Baia catered to the recreational whims of the rich and powerful among the Roman elite. The city, which was located over natural volcanic vents, was famous for its healing medicinal hot springs which occurred all around the city and were quite easy to build spas over. Some of antiquity’s most powerful figures s...

The deep crack in the rock which houses the crumbling buildings originated during a huge eruption which devastated the Mediterranean area 35.000 years ago. The flour mills, built from stone as far back as the 13th century,  took advantage of the constant stream at the bottom of the valley. They ground all the types of wheat needed by the Sorrentine...

In the 1270s, Thomas Aquinas founded a Dominican academy in the monastery attached to San Domenico Maggiore. Extraordinary witness accounts from this time testify that the priest was able to levitate during meditation. In one instance, the sacristan of the basilica witnessed Aquinas levitating while simultaneously speaking to Christ, who compliment...