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Italy is one of the best beach destinations, with so many beaches it may be hard to pick one, but have you ever wondered which are the top 10 beaches of Italy? Most beaches in Italy offer calm and serene surroundings, which can be a welcome break for people living in crowded urban areas. More importantly, most of them are extremely clean, offering...

Despite the hardship of the COVID-19 pandemic, creativity continues to blossom in the food and beverage industry, bringing new concepts throughout the city and to places like the East Side's Crossroads Collective, 2238 N. Farwell Ave. Earlier this month, we announced that Thum was bringing the fresh flavors of Lao cuisine to the popular food hall....

Twentieth-century American businessman, author and philanthropist W. Clement Stone coined the phrase “You are a product of your environment, therefore choose the environment that will best develop you toward your objective.” He also encouraged the masses to “Analyze your life in terms of its environment by evaluating the things around you and deter...

Very beautiful, fragile, with a gaze identical to the one we are acquainted with thanks to the photographs of the centenarian woman born in Turin in 1909 who died in Rome in 2012. She was appointed Senator at the age of 102, after having been awarded the Nobel Prize for medicine in 1986. The girl who wrote this terrible yet tender collection of cor...

Part chef, part mad scientist, James Briscione is a Jersey-born, Pensacola, Florida transplant who has experienced practically every facet of the restaurant industry and knows more than almost anyone how to make your food taste better. You might be familiar with Briscione as the sous chef from world-famous restaurant Daniel in New York City. Or per...

The government on Friday reached an agreement with Italy's regional and local authorities on reopening schools in September, after they were closed in March due to the the coronavirus crisis. A first draft of the new guidelines was rejected by regional authorities and the national association of headteachers, who asked for clearer instructions and...

When it comes to Central New York Italian cuisine, Oswego holds its own with Utica and Syracuse. Whether it’s better or not is definitely subjective and hometown favoritism is a huge factor. However, there is a noticeable difference between good and bad efforts when it comes to this notable nationality’s cuisine.Since writing for Oswego County Busi...

Two female Siamese twins joined at the head were separated by surgeons at Rome's Bambino Gesù children's hospital last month, in the first such case in Italy and possibly the world, reports Italian news agency ANSA. The twins, from the Central African Republic, had been joined since birth from the back of the head, with their cranium and much of th...

Amid all the angry confrontations and bitter feelings over the city of New Haven’s removal of the Christopher Columbus statue from Wooster Square Park, there is something that has the power to bring us back together: Frank Pepe’s pizza. When my wife, Jennifer Kaylin, and I recently were brainstorming at our kitchen table about a suitable replacemen...

On Tuesday, the Providence Board of Parks Commissioners heard from the public on what they want to see done with the city’s Christopher Columbus statue. Last month, the statue was boarded up after vandals threatened to tear it down. It was later removed from the Elmwood neighborhood and is currently stored in a “secure location,” according to Depar...

There is perhaps no single sound more immediately evocative of the American West than the lone ocarina wail from The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly, affectionately transcribed as "ah-ee-ah-ee-ah." But remarkably, its creator, the Italian composer Ennio Morricone — who died Monday in Rome, following a femur fracture at the age of 91 — didn't visit the...

Christopher Columbus would be dismayed, confused, embarrassed and angry watching Americans, particularly the young, turn against him for reasons that would make no sense to him. Columbus viewed himself as the discoverer of a New World who suffered years of ridicule seeking to finance a watery path westward to Japan and China. He saw himself as sai...