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!
Tomorrow, Holy Weeks begins: it's time to take a look at all the traditions, of yesterday and today, we Italians like to follow this time of the year:
Fancy trying something different in the kitchen this Easter? Campanari di Pasqua could be a good option!
Happy April's Fool to you all! Here are some April Italian Connections for you:
We always think of Dante, but Francesco Petrarca is as important for our language as Il Poeta:
L'Erbolario is an Italian brand known around the world, that still remains faithful to its roots:
Livia Firth brings sustainability and eco-conscience to LA, with her Green Carpet:
#Bordighera #Liguria #LigurianCoast #ItalianRiviera #RivieraLigure #RivieradeiFiori
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Easter in Italy: the old and the new:
Rome and cats: a love story that goes back millennia:
Salerno is an often-neglected little pearl of Southern Italy:
The old tradition of paper making in Amalfi:
Have you ever tried pizzoccheri?
Happy Festa del Papà to all dads on both sides of the Atlantic!
#Orvieto #Umbria #Italy #Medieval #Medioevo
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Culinary delicacies from our Alps:
Dina Morrone tells us more about her successful play Moose on the Loose, which will be in LA from April 14th:
Happy Birthday to the San Francisco Opera!
Let us take a tour around a lesser known, but just as worthy of a visit, town of our beautiful South: Salerno!
The Sant' Ambrogio neighborhood is a corner of Florence ready to be discovered:
Sperlari is name that makes every Italian feel like a child again!