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This February, Slow Food International and Slow Wine Editore will release the latest English-language edition of the Slow Wine Guide, the renowned annual guide to over 500 different wineries worldwide, celebrating its 10th anniversary during the 2020 Slow Wine Tour. The guide, born in 2010, marked a revolutionary moment in the history of Italian wi...

The Summerville Italian Feast donated $9,000 to the Dorchester District 2 Education Foundation.  The Summerville Italian Feast gave the check to Education Foundation founder Jennie Crosby and board chair James Weaver at the Dorchester District 2 school board meeting on December 9th. Crosby said that the Italian feast is an important part of the Sum...

Italy may be considered one of the world’s best summertime escapes but there are many advantages in visiting during the winter months. When you travel during low season, you’ll find fewer tourists, optimal skiing conditions in the north with mild temperatures in the south and a festive spirit around the holidays. Not to mention, Italy’s most beauti...

Looking to satisfy your appetite for Italian fare? Hoodline crunched the numbers to find the best high-end Italian restaurants around Miami, using both Yelp data and our own secret sauce to produce a ranked list of the best spots to meet your needs. 1. MC Kitchen Topping the list is MC Kitchen. Located at 4141 N.E. Second Ave., Suite 101A in the Li...

Umberto Rispoli, a two-time champion jockey in Italy who has been riding in Hong Kong in recent years, is headed to California. Ron Anderson, who will be Rispoli’s agent, said the 31-year-old rider will arrive in California Dec. 16 and accept his first mounts there on opening day, Dec. 26. “He was touted to me by Frankie Dettori,” Anderson said. “H...

The so-called 'Basilica of the Mysteries' has been reborn in Rome. The basilica, one of the most magical and mystery-shrounded underground locales in Rome, has been restored with funding from Swiss foundation Evergete. The restoration has restored the whole northern wall of the lefthand nave, with its refined decorations, and the blazing whiteness...

Tucked in a strip mall off 52nd Street and NE 2nd Avenue is Boia De, a small retro yet modern hidden gem owned by chef couple Luci Giangrandi and Alex Meyer.This is the first restaurant for the duo, who before that operated a popular Mexican food cart in The Miami Design District. They met several years ago when they worked together in the kitchen...

The In Her Shoes Foundation presented public health nutritionist Carl Amendola D’Anca with its 2019 Women Who Change the World Leadership Award. A graduate of the University of Wisconsin and the Chicago Medical School, D’Anca has dedicated herself to “raising awareness, inspiring change and improving the health of the nation” in response to the gro...

A national museum is to be built in Milan dedicated to the Italian Resistance movement during the second world war, Italy's culture minister Dario Franceschini has announced. After years of discussion, ministers on Monday signed off on funding for the Museo Nazionale della Resistenza to be built in central Milan, local media reports. Italy's cultur...

Remember Cafe Mezzanotte in Severna Park? No, we didn’t either. Too many new Baltimore restaurants have edged out the 25-year-old Italian stalwart in Anne Arundel County lately. But as we found out recently, it’s time for a revisit. The restaurant underwent a $1-million renovation in 2018 that has transformed its appearance, menu, and personality....

The Consulate General of Italy in Miami celebrated once again Art Basel Miami Beach with a special event that promoted Italian art, design, and manufacturing. “A Dreamscape of Italian Design”, organized in collaboration with the Italian Ministry for Economic Development, the Italian Trade Agency, Salone del Mobile. Milano, Lamborghini, Kartell, Mis...

“Palazzone 1960” might sound like any other Italian bakery, but the name is actually a mini family history: owner Giancarlo Palazzone named the Wayne bakery after his parents, Remo and Julia, Italian immigrants who’d come to the U.S. and opened a bakery in Clifton in 1960. Remo and Julia eventually returned to Italy to raise their kids, but when th...