WTI Magazine #29    2014 May, 8Author : Rosanna Giampino      Translation by:   There are many ways to learn Italian. Here the approach proposed by a company which launched in Rome a project to promote the "italianità" in the world, focusing, along with the language, on culture and cuisine of the Belpaese. Literature, art, design and fashion a...

  WTI Magazine #48    2014 November, 26Author : Paco Simone      Translation by:   What kind of beauty will save Italy (and the world, of course)? It is well known that Italy holds an immense cultural heritage, treasure of the world. As the Country with the largest number of UNESCO World Heritage Sites, we can say that Italy hosts Beauty, enjoye...

  WTI Magazine #31    2014 May, 22Author : Laurence Cantor      Translation by:   In July, 2013, Vittorio Capotorto, Founder and Artistic Director of italytheater and its parent organization, Teatromania, asked me to write a script that would best help a wide American audience to get to know the work of the great Italian playwright, actor and di...

WTI Magazine #73    2015 November 27Author : Cristina Fontanelli      Translation by:   Hello all of you precious readers of "We The Italians". Thank you Umberto Mucci for giving me the opportunity to explain how and why I began the beloved annual Italian show "Christmas in Italy®" 12 years ago in NYC and 4 years ago in San Diego. The memories I...

  WTI Magazine #63    2015 June, 27Author : Beth Connolly      Translation by:   The Italian American community is coming together to go to EXPO Milano 2015 this fall! With this year's Italian Heritage and Culture Month theme, "Italian Creativity: Celebrating 50 years of Science and Technology, New York World's Fair 1965 – Expo Milano 2015," it'...

  WTI Magazine #53    2015 February, 6Author : Simone Sibillano      Translation by:   The curtains rise and the mazurka of grandpa Bartolomeo accompanies a dance that enters straight into our souls. Over the notes the characters show up and everyone immediately understand their joys, sorrows, worries and expectations: feelings that many Italian...

  WTI Magazine #80    2016 June 17Author : Marco Elser      Translation by:   When one thinks of Newport, one thinks of the Great Gatsby and the huge villas designed by the most famous architects of the time. The Breakers, Chateau-sur-Mer, The Elms, Marble House, Rosecliff, are just a few of the most famous mansions which were built during the g...

WTI Magazine #3    2013 Nov, 1 Author : Cookie Curci      Translation by:   Peter Falk, the veteran actor who portrayed TV's cunning inspector Colombo, did such an excellent job at imitating the Italian American sleuth that most TV viewers believe Peter Falk to be of Italian descent. In reality, Falk is Russian and...

  WTI Magazine #24    2014 Apr, 04Author : Detroit Institute of Arts      Translation by:   The Detroit Institute of Arts (DIA) returns to the Italian American Cultural Society (IACS) Thursday April 10 when Sir Dr. Alan Darr, Senior Curator of the European Art Department at the DIA, comes to talk about the master works in the museum's Italian ar...

WTI Magazine #7    2013 Nov, 29 Author : Grace Pietrosanti      Translation by:   I was born in the Bronx, New York in the Belmont Area. Originally from Hoffman Street my maiden name is "Ruggiero" I was first generation Italian my parents both being form Sarno, Salerno (Naples) and raised in a beautiful Italian Neig...