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The founder and president of the International Institute for Peace Through Tourism, Louis D’Amore has been a travel and tourism celebrity for decades. He has been instrumental in making the world understand the important synergy between tourism and peace. This is even more important today than ever. Louis has been seen as a man with a vision and id...

Discussing the role of food in Italian culture is pretty much the underlying theme of this entire website. The Mediterranean Diet, Slow Food, la cucina povera… these concepts all speak to the importance of what Italians choose to eat, how they prepare it, and who they share their meals with. And of course, the history and traditions behind the regi...

We have always seen our grandmothers cook special delicacies for us when we visit them. The stereotypical society has bound grandmothers to home but these inspiring grandmothers from around the world are sharing the happiness of good food in New York City as they run a multi-cuisine restaurant. Every family has a special dish that is the recipe of...

It seems an established trend, especially after the pandemic: the more we progress from a scientific and technological point of view, the more we yearn for living simply. We all read about young up-and-coming professionals leaving the city during the pandemic and relocating – laptop and the opportunity to work from home in hand – somewhere beautifu...

Leonardo Societa per Azioni (S.p.A.), Pomigliano d’Arco, Naples, Italy, is being awarded an indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract (H92241-23-D-0003) in the amount of $91,882,621 with firm-fixed-price requirements to design, modify, integrate and install the 1.2+ avionics update package on the C27J fixed wing aircraft. The C27J aircraft p...

If you want great Italian food in Des Moines, you’re spoiled for choice! It seems like a new beloved pizzeria or pasta house crops up every year – and most of them stick around! That’s because classic Italian food stands the test of time, which is why Iowa has countless Italian-American restaurants that have been around since the mid-20th century....

If you mention the word “Carnevale” in Italy, most people’s first thought is of Venice, with an elegant crowd dressed in beautiful 18th-century costumes strolling through piazza San Marco. But it is on the other side of the Italian peninsula, in Viareggio, adjacent to Tuscany’s Tyrrhenian Sea, that we find the oldest continuously operating Carneval...

Harpswell resident John McGuigan began his collection of early Roman photography as something of a side project to his work as an independent art historian. Now, more than a hundred of these photographs fill the Halford Gallery and the Bernard and Barbro Osher Gallery on the first floor of the Bowdoin College Museum of Art (BCMA), representing one...

The Florentine neighbourhood of Sant’Ambrogio may only be 10 minutes’ walk east from the landmark Duomo and Palazzo Vecchio, but this part of the Tuscan capital has a distinctive character far removed from the tourist pizza traps and overpriced gelato. It’s a tight-knit community that is still genuinely Florentine but also multi-ethnic. It’s a food...

In an effort to prepare for the eventual passage of the Markets in Crypto-Assets (MiCA) regulation across the European Union, the Bank of Italy has begun to set up its supervisory environment and is looking for new ways to integrate distributed ledger technology (DLT), according to central bank governor Ignazio Visco. Visco made the comments during...

If you are looking for a good food option near the Grand Canyon, and you have a hankering for Italian food, there is one place you need to try. It is a restaurant where they cook pizza and pasta. What is the name? We Cook Pizza and Pasta, known by locals simply as We Cook. Limited Options in the Grand CanyonI live in Tusayan, Arizona, just a few mi...

Herno’s ‘Made in Italy’ fabrics have been at the heart of the outerwear label since its beginnings as a producer of raincoats in 1948. Seeking protection from the elements, founder Giuseppe Marenzi and his wife Alessandra Diana discovered a way to treat cotton with castor oil from abandoned Second World War warplanes to make it waterproof.  Seven d...