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CVIII • N. 12 • THURSDAY, JUNE 9, 2016 • GIOVEDÌ 9 GIUGNO 2016 FACEBOOK.COM/ITALOAMERICANONEWSPAPER italoamericano.org $ 2.25 D AT E D M AT E R I A L - D O N O T D E L AY "The Italian Republic had its 70th birthday, but it doesn't look its age" O n June 2 nd , 1946, Italians expressed their prefer- ence, through the institu- tional referendum held by uni- versal suffrage. Republic won over Monarchy, with about two million differential in the ballots. VALERIO VIALE Founded in 1908 Published by L'Italo American Foundation The #1 source for all things Italian since 1908 616 Foothill Blvd #D Monrovia, CA 91016 - Tel: (626) 359-7715 . . .. . .. . . . . . LOS ANGELES Diane Favro: 3D of Imperial Rome Page 2 SAN FRANCISCO Celebrating Italy's Republic Day Page 7 LIFESTYLE The Best Italian Food in the US Page 18 LA BUONA TAVOLA Cooking Le Marche Style Page 19 La Marzocco International calls Seattle home PG.9 70 years later, at the Petersen Automotive Museum (along the so-called "Museum Row", on Wilshire Blvd.), Father Antonio Cacciapuoti, who last year cele- brated his 25 th O rdination A nnivers ary w ithin L.A . Archdiocese, tried to summon the wandering flock, as he deliv- ered a pious invocation, in com- memoration of the Italian National Day. U nfortunately, w henever there is food in the way, it's too hard to resist the temptation. Especially if that food is catered by LA-based prime Chefs Drago brothers. M is tres s of Ceremonies Crossing the Rialto Bridge in Venice The Italian summer: fairs, folklore, sagre and feste PG. 15 PG. 11 PG. 23 L'EDITORIALE PG. 6 L'Italo Americano On June 2, 2016, Italy celebrated the birth of the Italian Republic seven decades ago LA VITA ITALIANA LIFE & PEOPLE TRAVEL È considerato il "cantiere del secolo" ma è soprattutto il tunnel più lungo del mondo, un'enorme opera di inge- gneria civile: 57 chilometri sca- vati in 17 anni nel San Gottardo attraversando le Alpi a 2300 metri di profondità. La galleria ricade interamente in Svizzera ma, destinata a ridefi- nire la mappa dei trasporti e dei traffici commerciali tra il Nord Dal tunnel più lungo del mondo uscirà anche l'Italia del futuro

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