A reading by Emidio Clementi, accompanied by musicians Corrado Nuccini and Emanuele Reverberi Thursday, October 9th at 6:00 PMInstituto Cervantes31 W Ohio | Chicago, IL   Introduction by Barbara Carnevali, niece of Emanuel Carnevali and accomplished philosopher. In Italian with English supertitles. Click here to RSVP. A trip through A...

Alitalia's new chairman aims to make the airline profitable in 2017 following its takeover by Emirates-based Etihad Airways. Luca Cordero di Montezemolo also told reporters in Rome Tuesday: "Today there are the conditions, enthusiasm, economic and financial willingness to start the new era of Alitalia."   Alitalia's new strategy envisio...

La Camera di Commercio Italiana Americana di Chicago annuncia  FOOD & WINE EXPO 2015 L'evento di business e promozione dei prodotti agroalimentari italiani più importante del Midwest degli USA. Chicago, 11-12 Maggio 2015 Food Wine Expo e' il più importante evento di business e promozione del Midwest degli USA nel settore...

Maserati North America, Inc. today announced it will celebrate Cento anni di Maserati- 100 years of Maserati- in true Italian style. This epic series of driving events to honor the Trident's 100th Anniversary will take place in key cities across America. Maserati owners and enthusiasts will be drawn from across the U.S. to showcase their finest au...

by Joseph S. Pete   An Italian beef and Italian sausage restaurant beloved in the South Suburbs for more than four decades is finally opening a Northwest Indiana location.   Enzo's Restaurant, which is known for charbroiling freshly house-made sausage over lump coal, is taking over the former Schererville Gyros, which closed earlier t...

The Comboni Missionaries will honor Umberto "Tony" Turano as Man of the Year on Nov. 21 at Porretta's Banquets in Chicago. (708-354-1999) "Tony Turano is a supremely successful businessman who has never forgotten his roots," says the Rev. Peter Premarini, MCCJ, superior of the Comboni Mission Center in LaGrange Park.   "We have chosen t...

by Dennis Polkow It is Sunday in Chicago, a day off for Riccardo Muti. Nonetheless, there is a busy day ahead.   Muti will have a piano rehearsal with four singers from Lyric Opera of Chicago who will accompany him and a brass quintet of Chicago Symphony Orchestra players to a juvenile detention center later in the day to give a concert, "b...

by C.J. Martello   Let me say that many of us have left Roseland but we've never left behind the people, places or good times that Roseland gave us. The rich history and connection that we have carried with us these many years is borne out in the respect we have for many of those we knew in our youth who are now elderly.   Among these...

by Daniel Gerzina   Mario Batali is excited to bring Eataly to Chicago. Very, very excited. Relaxing at the end of the bar at Otto in New York City (which Batali calls his "office"), the larger-than-life chef's eyes grew wider than his collection of Crocs when discussing the opening.   First things first: Batali says the Eataly team i...

Massimo Finazzer Flory returns to Chicago for recites and responds in the language of the time, with projected English texts, on the infancy of the genius of Leonardo da Vinci, his activities in the civil and military fields, as well as how to become a good painter. The performance touches on the relationship between painting and science, painting...