Bottura's Refettori project (the last has recently opened in San Francisco) show us how conviviality and food can be a way to support solidarity and sustainability:
An interview with Edward Bowen, a scholar who brought Ettore Scola's art to the universities:
Michelangelo a forger? Apparently so... at least at the beginning of his career!
... "casomai" you need to use it... here's all you need to know about our word of the day, casomai!
The end of January, in Italy, is considered the coldest time of the year. We call them the "giorni della merla," but do you know why?
The mandolin is a traditional instrument of Neapolitan music, but not many know about its history:
Italian has fewer speakers every day. Are we doing enough to keep our language alive?
Ancient grains and traditional bread are part of Sicily's amazing heritage, too:
Today, we'll learn more about the origins of printing in Venice:
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Why did we become a nation obsessed with coffee?
An icon of Italian cuisine, the bistecca alla fiorentina. But do we know how to pick the right meat or recognize an authentic one at the restaurant?
The Ambrosiana Library in Milan and its history:
Seasonal, warming and with the right hint of spice: try Letizia's pumpkin and saffron soup this week!
There so much beauty and history to discover in Italy! Today, we'll take a trip to San Giovanni in Fiore, Calabria:
Corradino D'Ascanio, the man behind one of Italy's most beloved icons, Vespa.
Lady Gaga talks Italy, Gucci and her experience playing Patrizia Reggiani:
RT @romanhistory1: Today 49BC Julius Caesar crosses the Rubicon starting the civil war pronouncing the phrase "The die is cast"
Julius Caesar & the Roman People
RT @MiC_Italia: #Libri, con la nuova campagna #MiC un viaggio per immagini dalle fiabe del Libro delle Fate, scritto da Charles Perrault e illustrato da Gustave Doré. Il volume è conservato alla Bibli
A little Italian gem, Guardia Sanframondi:
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RT @benelli_alberto: Cartoline dalla riviera romagnola ravennate (non dalla Val di Fassa..)
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