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With the help of three Italian workmen, Aphrodite made a grand entrance at The Leonardo Museum of Creativity and Innovation on Monday — and she didn’t move an inch. A 1,200-pound, 2,000-year-old statue of the Greek goddess — excavated nearly a century ago from the ruins of the volcano-stricken Italian town of Pompeii — was ceremonially uncrated Mo...

Father Joseph Cataldo was in frail health throughout his life, but he built an immense spiritual legacy across the Inland Northwest. Cataldo was born in 1837 in Sicily and became a Jesuit priest in 1852. He came to the western United States as one of the first Jesuit missionaries in the region. The sickly young priest arrived in the area around 186...

Love Italian food? Want to prepare fabulous Italian dishes yourself? Why not learn from the source? Join Southwestern Oregon Community College for its first-ever study abroad course in Italy. The Cuisine and Culture of Italy (CRT*0202*65) course is a study abroad opportunity that will be traveling to Italy on Aug. 26 through Sept. 5, 2020. Everyone...

On a bend of Cave Creek Road thick with biker bars, rodeo grounds, and timeworn stucco, you see the storefront in a psychedelic swirl. COLOR. DAISIES. STRIPES. A cartoon-purple sign shouts the name of the shop: Vino & Panino. Inside, flower garlands stream and lava lamps glow and glop. Deep purple and highlighter-yellow are the chief colors, but fo...

Ambra is Italian for “amber.” It calls to mind a unique kind of luxury—rich, honey-colored gemstones; a Mediterranean sunset; and, in this case, a contemporary Italian restaurant on the Strip. Having debuted late in the summer in the former Fiamma space, Ambra Italian Kitchen + Bar at MGM Grand does what Vegas does best: serve up fun, approachable...

Federal regulators on Tuesday gave an Italian oil company the green light to conduct exploration drilling in federal territory of the Arctic Ocean off Alaska within weeks, the first approval of its kind in two years in a move that was quickly blasted by a prominent conservation group. Officials with the Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcemen...

When you first hear the term “Little Italy”, Nevada isn’t exactly the first place that comes to mind. However, you’ll be surprised to find out that our state is, in fact, home to its very own Little Italy. In fact, this region of Nevada is deeply historic and it played a huge impact in creating the community that you can visit today. Not only is th...

Add an Italian twist to your Las Vegas Thanksgiving this year and celebrate the holiday with menu specials at La Pizza e La Pasta, Manzo, La Macelleria and La Rosticceria. THANKSGIVING TRADITIONSWhile la Festa del Ringraziamento might not be an Italian holiday, we give thanks every day for bountiful harvests and fresh, fair ingredients. Here at Eat...

Dainese,  the world leader of protective wear for dynamic sports, today announced the grand opening of its latest flagship retail location in Las Vegas. Dainese Store Las Vegas features an innovative retail concept that creates a journey through moto history with memorabilia, including one of Valentino Rossi’s suits, all surrounded by the world’s m...

Looking to satisfy your appetite for Italian fare? Hoodline crunched the numbers to find the top Italian spots around Mesa, using both Yelp data and our own secret sauce to produce a ranked list of where to fulfill your urges. In the Mesa area, consumer spending at restaurants tends to climb the most in December and November, according to data on l...

Together with ASME, the Italian Trade Agency (ITA) will host the following round-table discussion panel for IMECE 2019 conference participants in the advanced manufacturing and related conference tracks. THE ITALIAN WAY TO ADVANCED MANUFACTURING - Discussion panel with experts from advanced manufacturing Moderated Panel Discussion and Reception. We...

There is one box longtime Tucson restaurateur Daniel Scordato has not checked in his 47-year career: fast food. That changes early next month when he opens Posto Sano Foods, a fast-food Italian restaurant in the 1,800-square-foot space at 6370 N. Campbell Ave. that was home to Cafe Jasper. “I just thought I want to start over and try something a li...