There are so many people around: what an andirivieni!
The Balsamic Week, dedicated to the Aceto Balsamico di Modena, is back in San Francisco:
Capers are a key ingredient in our cuisine and those of Pantelleria and Salina are the best:
IAMLA hosts an exhibit about one of Italy's most beloved characters, Pinocchio!
Antonio Canova, the master of Italian neo-classic sculpture: his sketches and letters have been digitalized and give us a new insight into his life and work:
Some very good reasons to visit Chianti!
Pietrapertosa and the Volo dell'Angelo: would you try it?
Everyone knows Ferrara as the town of bikes, but Lucca loves them too!
Dolmens and menhirs around Italy to discover more about the peninsula's prehistory:
The warmer days of November are known as the Summer of Saint Martin in Italy:
Naples has more churches than Rome, did you know it?
Makinarium: creativity and technology in cinema, of course Made in Italy!
Did you know that the Romans invented the ... foldable chair?
The names of wines have, sometimes, very interesting stories to tell:
Read our exclusive interview with Eros Ramazzotti!
NIAF 47th Gala celebrated Italian-Americans and the connection between US and Italy, with plenty of guests and awards:
In the month that hosts the Week of Italian Cuisine in the World, some thoughts about what makes Italian cooking so special:
Nora Kravis, an American who made her dream come true in Tuscany:
Today is the day for spooks... and candy, but how does Italy celebrate the day?
Happy #Halloween everyone!
Photo: Lawrence Weslowski Jr | https://t.co/NK624tAy7L https://t.co/2jnUXA7kfD
Happy Halloween everyone! :)🎃👻
All Souls Day is next week and, as you would expect in Italy, food is great part of it, too. See what we prepare to honor our loved ones who are no longer around...
RT @pompei79: Is today the day in AD 79 that Vesuvius erupted and buried the cities of #Pompeii and #Herculaneum as well as many suburban villas and other settlements?