A man of wealth and privilege uses his position in society callously to manipulate and abuse others, with no concern for the emotional trauma he inflicts on his victims. It’s a scenario that sounds like the latest, lurid scandal coming out of Washington, D.C., or Hollywood, or even Oklahoma City. In fact, it’s a story that is more than two centu...

Tuesday, May 8, 2018 | 6:30pm. Italian Cultural Institute, 601 Van Ness Ave, Suite F (Opera Plaza). Organized by : Leonardo da Vinci Society. Admission: $15 for Leonardo Da Vinci members | $25 general. Buy Tickets Now or bring a check at the event. Join us for an enchanting evening with Kayleen Asbo and Theresa Nelson, and be immersed in the luxury...

The much-renowned opera entitled “Don Giovanni” with music by composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart will be staged at the Rose Theater of Lincoln Center, New York. “Don Giovanni” is a two act opera that runs on an Italian libretto by Lorenzo Da Ponte. Premiered in 1787 by the Prague Italian opera at the National Theater, the opera revolves around the fo...

Knowing the existence of a few books about the literary production of the Italians in America - from 1776 to World War II - written by a Neapolitan professor named Francesco Durante, we asked him to be interviewed, not knowing that thanks to him we would discover a world. An exceptional world, information very interesting and known by only a few, w...