On Thursday, October 12,  Bellino's Trattoria, a much-loved Italian restaurant in Boston's northern suburbs, opened a second outlet in Winthrop. Having already gained a strong local following, prospects are promising for the new location, which, like the original one in Wakefield, boasts a comprehensive menu of popular Italian dishes, reports Bosto...

The Italian Language Week has two main thematic strands: sustainability linked to a great intellectualot the 20th century, Italo Calvino (ante litteram environmentalist writer) and democracy through the contribution made by renowned Harvard former professor Gaetano Salvemini (an intellectual historian committed to the struggle for democracy).  Both...

Rome arrives in Boston with the internationally acclaimed and visually stunning Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel: The Exhibition. The museum-style exhibition showcases the awe and wonder of one of the world’s greatest artistic achievements featuring Michelangelo’s 34 renowned frescoes from the Vatican’s Sistine Chapel, reproduced in a format that allo...

Boston’s North End has remained a lively district for decades — especially with the car and foot traffic that seems to only rise in extremity as time passes. But at the crossroads between international culture and American history, this eclectic neighborhood provides visitors with a more immersive experience. And it starts with love at first bite:...

ITA Airways launches new marketing campaign in North America. Starting today on air in San Francisco and Los Angeles, to be followed by Boston, Washington, Miami and New York. ITA Airways presented its new marketing campaign "A Sky full of Italy" in the Consulate General of Italy in New York, in the presence of Fabrizio Di Michele, Consul General o...

Today, Prof. Paolo Gaudenzi, Director of the Mechanical and Aerospace Department, took up service as Scientific Representative at the Consulate General of Italy in Boston. Prof. Gaudenzi, serves as a Professor of Aerospace Structures within the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering of the Università di Roma La Sapienza, where he coordi...

Boston City Council announced a proposal on Wednesday that would recognize October as Italian-American month in Boston. The proposal was introduced by city councilor Gabriela Coletta and accepted by City Council during their weekly meeting. In her presentation of the resolution, Coletta — who represents East Boston, the North End and Charlestown —...

Aceto Balsamico Tradizionale di Modena PDO (traditional balsamic vinegar of Modena) has made its debut in Boston, one of the United States’ oldest cities, at an exclusive masterclass tailored for retailers, chefs, and influential figures within the American food and wine industry. Enrico Corsini, President of the Protection Consortium, expressed, “...

The Italian Renaissance did indeed produce Renaissance men—architect-goldsmiths, sculptor-painters, statesmen-patrons and the like—but they were only part of the story. From the perfecting of perspective in 15th-century Florence to the peninsula-wide triumph of the Baroque two centuries later, women were distinguishing themselves in the arts as eve...

If you haven’t been yet, you need to book a table at Geppetto in East Cambridge. A member of Chef Will Gilson’s growing empire, Geppetto focuses on his love of Northern Italian cuisine. The space is fresh and vibrant, often filled with an eclectic mix of people that is so common in Cambridge. Professors, young professionals, Biotech CEOs, couples o...