Simone Schiavinato

On his way back from Washington, where he met with U.S. President Barack Obama, Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi stopped in the archaeological site of Pompeii. While visiting one of Italy’s most unique and priceless artistic treasures, he stated that …

This past 4th of July, the US Embassy in Rome celebrated the 244th Independence Day anniversary unusually. It didn’t only move all celebrations online — because of the pandemic and the consequent ban on gatherings — but it also decided …

Thanks to months of rigorous lockdown, continuous monitoring and strict regulations, Italy is finally able to return to some sort of normality after Covid-19 hit its shores last February. This is truly great news for all Italians, who are able  …

Statues are a model, an homage,  a memento memoriae, a monument, a vestige of the past, and  also a symbol to protest against and tear down. It all depends on the historical moment we live in, on the baggage we …

Is it fair to say that we live through memories? Partly yes, because we formulate our entire lives in a chronological sequence that accumulates and conveys emotions and memories in our mind, leaving concrete traces which are both sentimental and …

Italy has still a long way to go before gender equality in the world of science is reached: with only 35% of its women being employed in the fields of science or engineering, the country  is only at the 23rd …

Italian cuisine is… first and foremost, quality. The best. Beauty. Richness and good-ness. Breeders, farmers, prod-ucers. Social responsibility. Our culture. History. Tradition. Art. Being together. Hospitality and well-being. Emotion. Love, sensitivity and memory.  Biodiversity. The symbol of Italy. Everything that …

The recently appointed Ambassador of Italy to the United States, Armando Varricchio was born in Venice, Italy, but completed his MA (summa cum laude) in International Relations at the prestigious University of Padua. Appointed, on December 2013, with the highest …

Not many countries in the world make of their clean laundry a street decoration, but Italy does. From Venice to Florence, from Naples to Bozen, lines of blues and reds, browns and yellows and greens and whites, all hang out …

L’Italo-Americano special summer edition is back, a double edition that will be with you for the next two weeks. As the newspaper is constantly improving, the last months went by very fast, marking some important steps in its evolution. Thanks …