MAGAZINE  

WTI Magazine #6    2013 Nov, 22 Author : Paolo Battaglia      Translation by:   November 19, 1901 - Appointment of Edmondo Mayor des Planches as Italian Ambassador to the U.S.At the peak of the great migration, one of the few diplomats who tried to understand the living conditions of Italians in the U.S. was Edmondo...

  WTI Magazine #25    2014 Apr, 11Author : folclore.it      Translation by:   In folkloric and religious traditions are very common Italian commemorations of the Passion of Christ on the night of Good Friday.   Among these, the Turba in Cantiano has been certified by Europassion, European Association founded with the purpose of studying the ph...

  WTI Magazine #77    2016 March 18Author : Unioncamere      Translation by:   Ceramics have been made in Nove for three hundred years, and in fact this artistic endeavour owes its success to a favourable conjunction of political, economical and environmental factors. The oldest and most illustrious manufacturers sprang up along the Isacchina ca...

  WTI Magazine #6    2013 Nov, 22Author : Barclays Center      Translation by:   It is without doubt that classical music, including opera, has the ability to tell a divine story to its listener. It can empower the listener with deep emotion through the passion in which the artist performs. This genre is one of...

  WTI Magazine #25    2014 Apr, 11Author : Montisi Italian Film Festival      Translation by:   The Montisi Italian Film Festival 2014 invites film lovers or just Italophiles to immerse themselves in Italian culture – village style. Montisi is a Tuscan hill town that is friendly and loves cinema. This year's festival offers 16 films from classic...

  WTI Magazine #77    2016 March 18Author : Dolores Alfieri      Translation by:   November 2015 marked the launch of The Italian American Podcast – the first podcast dedicated to helping Italian Americans learn about and celebrate their brilliant heritage. Recent guest Lidia Bastianich, famed chef and host of "Lidia's Italy," said this on an ep...

WTI Magazine #4    2013 Nov, 8Author : Alessandro Masi      Translation by:   Derived from the Latin compensate, "weigh together", which referred to the idea of balance: you are worth that much, I give you that much. But today, when everybody earn little no matter what they are worth, we with some suspicion who is...

  WTI Magazine #77    2016 March 18Author : I borghi più belli d'Italia      Translation by:   Palms along the river swayed by the wind, a line of low tannery buildings, the river-stone paths of the medieval quarter and moreover, its green nuances, its blue sea, and if you are lucky, the griffins flying around the Castle of Malaspina. This is wh...

  WTI Magazine #82    2016 August 19Author : Jennifer Gentile Martin for www.vinotravelsitaly.com      Translation by:   As we all soak up the summer rays we can also dream of doing the same on the Italian Riveria. If you're not familiar with where exactly the Italian Riviera is, it's actually located in the region of Liguria in the top northwes...

WTI Magazine #4    2013 Nov, 8Author : Maria Elena Capitanio for PoisonDrops      Translation by: The Language Institute   Today I will tell you about a Roman designer, Giuliana Manicelli Bonafaccia who, while studying architecture and interior design, discovered her passion for jewelry making, cultivated in t...

WTI Magazine #25    2014 Apr, 11Author : Simone doc Bracci      Translation by:   One of our most appreciated and important sense is taste, not in a metaphorical sense, but literally. The taste for food, for example, distinguishes us as men; the taste for art as educated men. If we combine the two things we have a lasting partnership that results...

  WTI Magazine #77    2016 March 18Author : MIPAAF      Translation by:   Ragusano DOP is a spun curd cheese made with raw cow's milk using traditional equipment. It is produced throughout the province of Ragusa and in some towns in the province of Syracuse during the fodder season, i.e. November to May. Historically referred to as "caciocavallo...