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Whether you visit Rome for a quick 24 hours before heading off to explore other regions of Italy, or you plan to stay longer in the Eternal City, there is a list of must-do’s which I consider obligatory. While you may have a list of all the monuments you wish to see, I know there will be another list of all the foods you will be desperate to eat on...

A new Italian restaurant is coming to downtown Macon. La Bella Vita co-owner Donny Barnes says he and the other co-owner, Vincent Kelly, plan to open the spot at 347 Cotton Ave on May 1. This is Barnes’ first restaurant venture, but he says Kelly has his hands in Fatty’s Pizza -- a Macon pizza restaurant franchise. The Alabama native moved to Centr...

An Italian company specializing in automation of food and beverage warehouses is planning a $3 million expansion of its Buncombe County regional headquarters. System Logistics Corporation will hire an additional 47 people to work at the enlarged facility with pay averaging $32.17 an hour, or $66,900 annually, SLC and economic development officials...

THE PALAZZO DEL TÈ WAS built in the 16th century as a leisure palace for Federico II Gonzaga, Marquess of Mantua. Italian artist and architect Giulio Romano, who had been a student of Raphael, designed the building. Today it is widely considered to be Romano’s masterpiece. The palace is filled with elaborate decorations and paintings—one room, know...

Earlier this year John & Elena Duggan, the brother sister team behind Original Joe’s North Beach and Westlake, opened Little Original Joe’s, a takeout and delivery only concept in West Portal with a focus on what they do best: pizza, pasta, and parmigiana.  For people that don't know much about the history of Original Joe's, Original Joe’s first op...

In data 1 aprile 2021 il Ministero degli Affari Esteri e della Cooperazione Internazionale ha sottoscritto un protocollo con il Ministero della Salute e con l'Agenzia Italiana del Farmaco, che indica la procedura per l'accesso alla vaccinazione anti SARS-CoV-2/COVID-19 per i soggetti aventi diritto ai sensi dell'articolo 2 del DPR 31 luglio 1980 n....

Production processes, design, maintenance, logistics, food, automotive, components, machinery: these are some of the topics on which the third edition of Innovation Days, the roadshow of the Sole 24 Ore and Confindustria that tells the Italian economy with the contribution of Sistemi Formativi Confindustria and the support of 4Manager. The 2021 edi...

Luca and Lola Sema opened Luca Italian Cuisine in the Flats in 2013. Four years later, they expanded with Luca West in Westlake. Well, it’s four years later and, yes, a new restaurant is coming: Acqua di Luca, with plans to open around mid-May. The couple bought the former XO Prime Steakhouse in 2020 during the coronavirus pandemic but didn’t have...

Philomena Rose Scalia, recalled as one of Little Italy’s most prolific home bakers, appeared healthy and resilient when she was photographed last year for a Baltimore Sun article describing how her community was coping with the coronavirus pandemic. Though she was healthy until earlier this year, she died of COVID-19 complications Tuesday at...

San Lucido has a particular name that arouses curiosity. In fact, its visitors often wonder why it is called that. The hypotheses about it are different, but two are the most accredited: here probably lived a monk named Lucido, coming from Aquara, a village in the province of Salerno. Another explanation is given by its special position which makes...

Some say a great meal starts with the eyes, which would be one explanation for the perpetual line in front of the display case at Di Pasquale’s in Highlandtown. A rainbow of colors bursts through the glass. Red grape tomatoes mixed with white balls of mozzarella and green basil leaves mirror the colors of the Italian flag. Bright purple octopus ten...

The Italian Cultural Institute of San Francisco is pleased to present CINEDAY al femminile, a series of productions directed by Italian female filmmakers. This selection is dedicated to Italian director Cecila Mangini (1927-2021), considered the first Italian female documentary filmmaker, and it is available to the first 300 to register. Please not...