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Lamborghini has officially cut the ribbon on its new Advanced Composite Structures Laboratory in Seattle, Washington, paving the way for the Italian automaker to continue its relentless pursuit in further developing carbon fiber technology.   The research center is going to operate as an outside entity from Lambo's headquarters in Sant'Agata...

A pilot project "Growing digital" that teams farming lobby Coldiretti with US tech giant Google and the Ministry of Labor will be presented today that aims to digitalize agriculture and create new jobs for young people in the farming sector, where employment is growing (unlike other areas of the economy).   The latest data published by ISTAT...

Cincinnati is getting typecast: The Queen City will stand in for New York City in yet another major motion picture this year.   John Travolta, of "Pulp Fiction" and "Saturday Night Fever" fame, will star as the title character in "The Life and Death of John Gotti," a biopic on the life of New York mob boss. The Golden Globe-winning actor's r...

The champagne bar at Campiello was abuzz on a Tuesday summer evening at 5:30 p.m. And why not? French champagne Perrier Jouet was going for $5 a pop. We sank our noses into the froth and breathed deeply. While the bright citrusy notes are more acidic than I prefer in my champagne, this is luxury sipping on the cheap. The fountain trickled musically...

by Fred Plotkin   In our day, because of social media and all manner of electronic communications, news can rapidly spread around the world. On Aug. 20, people who work in or care about opera learned of the passing of Italian soprano Daniela Dessì at the age of 59 within hours of her demise. The outpouring of grief and fond recollections was...

by Ilaria Vesentini   Robotics is continually proving to be one of the new frontiers for "Made in Italy," and in some niche markets Italian companies comprise the cutting edge. Such is the case with Piacenza-based firm Gaiotto, which just a few weeks ago unveiled its new state-of-the-art facility and has already proven profitable for the SAC...

Eataly punta i fari sul nord America. Il gruppo di 'altri cibi' fondato da Oscar Farinetti - riporta pambianco News - vede la crescita oltreoceano e ha in programma tre nuove aperture a Boston, Los Angeles e Las Vegas, che seguono le due di New York e quella di Chicago, a cui si aggiungerà la prima in Canada prevista per il 2019 a Toronto.  ...

The way Leandro Rizzuto tells it, hairdressing was always a part of his family's heritage. "We didn't have reality shows, so what you had at home was a reality business," the chairman of Conair recalled of his childhood, where his parents, Julian and Josephine Rizzuto, once ran two salons in Manhattan that employed 100 hairdressers.   Two of...

For over a century, Italian Community Services (ICS) has been serving Bay Area individuals, families and the community. On Sunday, November 6, 2016, those 100 years will be celebrated in style at the Four Season's Hotel in San Francisco when ICS commemorates 'Cent'anni', the one hundredth anniversary of helping people by being a trusted resource....

The Italian Cultural Institute in Washington, in collaboration with Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection, presents a concert of the Italian Saxophone Quartet.   The Italian Saxophone Quartet was founded in 1982 by four saxophone soloists, close friends determined to join together to perform chamber music for saxophone at the very h...

On Saturday, December 3rd, at the Catholic Center at New York University, Fr. Innocent Smith, O.P. will give a set of lectures titled: "The Rest is Said in Praise to God: Thomas Aquinas on the Rites of the Mass."   Throughout his writings, St. Thomas Aquinas offers profound insights into the liturgy that draw on the thought of his predecesso...

Every day on social media we are greeted with incredible photos from people around the world, whether it is friends who are travelling and on holiday, or companies showing off their most beautiful destinations. We thought it would be interesting to investigate which places around the world were actually photographed the most, using the most po...