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THURSDAY, APRIL 21, 2022 www.italoamericano.org L'Italo-Americano 2 J ust think of it: the blue Gulf of Naples and Mount Vesuvius on the background, Capri's piazzetta, the magic of Positano, hanging as it is on cliff above the sea, the yellow of lemons … and a piping hot pizza Margherita on the table. Are you ready to fly to Naples? T h i s y e a r , l i k e e v e r y year, L'Italo-Americano is g i v i n g y o u a n a m a z i n g , unmissable opportunity to visit Italy. Starting on the 5 th of May, you'll only need 12 dollars to get the possibility of win- ning a trip to Naples, Sorrento, Amalfi, Positano, and Capri and, of course, Pompeii. With The Amalfi Coast Experience you could enjoy 8 days of spectacular tours in a region that has been a beloved holiday destination since Roman times. All funds gathered will help L'Italo- Americano. We are a not-for-profit organization with a 114 years-long history. We work to promote and safeguard the Italian and Italian-American heritage. And you, with your paper and online subscriptions (less than one dollar each for 26 num- bers!), allow us to tell you about Italy, about her culture, art, sciences, lifestyle, and about her wonderful monuments and locations. It's you again who, with the tickets of our new sweepstake that'll bring you all the way to Naples and its gulf, one of the country's most inspiring, loved and quintes- sentially Italian corners, support us. Think about it: L'Italo-Americano is part of your cul- tural history, it's the voice of your community, it's your bi- weekly Italian language training and the most authentic instrument you have to keep in touch with your roots and Discovering the Costiera Amalfitana with L'Italo-Americano From the Editor discover where your Italian surname comes from. Online, you can access an endless archive of news, stories, inter- views, and people. Contrarily to what most online newspaper portals do, we allow free reading of all our articles: because ours is a common, identitarian heritage. There is no article limit nor a price to pay to consult our website. The sale of The Amalfi Coast Experience's tickets will also help us keep access to the website free for all, always. This is why we ask you to support us wholeheartedly and generously, and to ask your many friends who love Italy to do the same. In exchange, we'll give you an amazing price. We're sure you won't resist it! W h a t y o u ' l l s e e ? W e l l , T h e A m a l f i C o a s t E x p e r i e n c e w i l l b r i n g y o u t o S o r r e n t o , w h e r e t h e song Torna a Surriento was born. In 1961, Elvis Presley cov- ered it, entitling it Surrender and making it a beloved hit in the USA. Then, you'll visit Capri, its piazzetta where the Dolce Vita still lives, and experience the mesmerizing echoes of the Grotta Azzurra. After a free Italian lesson, you'll get to practice in Positano, the pearl of the Amalfi Coast. Posi- tano has been part of the UNESCO Heritage patrimony since 1997 and not by chance! In Amalfi, you'll have lunch in a traditional restaurant and try fresh-scented limoncello and decadent local cakes; then, you'll visit Villa Rufolo, an architectural jewel no to be missed. Then, you'll trek through the Valle delle Ferriere, a place like no other, filled with the inebriating scent of lemons and where pre-glacial flora still survives. At this stage of The Amalfi Coast Experi- ence we'll head to Vietri sul Mare, where you'll probably buy some local pottery, an excellence of our Made in Italy. In Raito you'll probably experience the warmest of kisses, that of the "sole mio," the sun. Its name comes from the Latin ragitus, which means "surrounded by sunbeams." And you wouldn't expect a village standing on the promontory that dominates the Gulf of Salerno to be anything else. Last but not least, The Amalfi Coast Experience will bring y o u t o t h e m o s t m y s t e r i o u s a n d i n c r e d i b l e o f a l l places, Pompeii. All this for just 12 dollars! Of course, the more tickets you'll get, the higher your chance to win this incredible holiday. There are also pack- ages you can buy to increase your chances to win this incred- ible holiday. The second of our winners will enjoy a customized year- long subscription of coffee beans or espresso beans worth $600 from Oakland-based, family-owned roaster Mr. Espresso and the third $300 to spend as they wish! We'll take this opportunity to remind you that, on our marketplace (https://italoamericano.org/shop/) you can find plenty of traditional Italian products from every region and plenty of Made in Italy gifts, from jewelry to fashion items. Don't forget to visit our online store, where you could just find what you need to get the feeling of being back home… or on holiday in Italy. These purchases, too, help our paper to be with you regularly every two weeks, with new, original articles to read on your smartphones, tablets and computers, or to read the traditional way, on our paper edi- tion. In the meanwhile, we of L'Italo-Americano want to thank you with a grande grazie for your support. A grande grazie, because only with your help we can keep on telling about the many marvels of Italy and on offering you presti- gious "thank you" like The Amalfi Coast Experience. Simone Schiavinato, Editor Simone Schiavinato NEWS & FEATURES TOP STORIES PEOPLE EVENTS Member of FUSIE (Federazione Unitaria Stampa Italiana all'Estero), COGITO L'Italo-Americano 610 West Foothill Blvd. Unit D, Monrovia, CA 91016 - Tel.: (626) 359-7715 PLEASE SEND CORRESPONDENCE TO P.O. 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PUBLISHER Robert Barbera Grande Ufficiale EDITOR IN CHIEF Simone Schiavinato ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGER Patrick Abbate EDITORIAL COORDINATOR Barbara Minafra COPY EDITOR Francesca Bezzone LOS ANGELES CONTRIBUTOR Silvia Giudici SAN FRANCISCO CONTRIBUTORS Catherine Accardi Serena Perfetto SEATTLE CONTRIBUTOR Rita Cipalla CONTRIBUTING WRITERS Mariella Radaelli, Francesca Bezzone, Luca Ferrari, Stefano Carnevali, Paula Reynolds, Nicoletta Curradi, GenerosoD'Agnese, Fabrizio Del Bimbo, Maria Gloria, Alfonso Guer- riero Jr., Anthony Di Renzo Serena Perfetto, Kenneth Scambray, Chiara D'Alessio © 2020 L'Italo-Americano Membership: One year $59 - Single copy $2.25 POSTMASTER: Send address changes to L'Italo Americano PO Box 6528 Altadena, CA 91003 P.O.BOX 6528, ALTADENA, CA 91003 P.O.BOX 6528, ALTADENA, CA 91003

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