Simone Schiavinato

How much do we belong to the places where we live, and how much do these places become a part of us? These questions might seem to offer straightforward answers, but the crux of the matter is different: how aware …

The last of the iconic quartet has departed. The alluring realm of the grand crooners has closed its doors, ending a golden era etched in the warmth, perfection, and emotional richness of hundreds of songs. Music and ambiance; an intimate, …

Every time we talk about young Italian scientists moving to the USA to continue their research, the discussion shifts to what’s wrong in Italy and the causes of the “brain drain.” It’s undoubtedly a significant aspect, but does it really …

Italy once again sets its sights on the Oscars, spotlighting a theme that’s as relevant as it is enduring: immigration. This issue, marked by identity and turmoil, has been part of the nation for decades, echoing a shared experience with …

In 2022, the bilateral trade volume between Italy and the United States reached $117 billion, and current data indicates a consistent upward trajectory. This surge is underpinned by a mutual commitment to bolster economic ties through cooperation, co-investments, job creation, …

Have you ever wondered what lies within a museum? Naturally, this is the question we all ask ourselves before any visit: what will I see? What are my expectations? Will there be something beautiful or interesting? Perhaps we’ve already skimmed …

Indeed, it’s undeniably the season of the sea in Italy. The arrival of summer brings with it a healthy dose of sun, warmth, and an insatiable yearning for holidays. This year, perhaps more than others, the overarching sentiment seems to …

As we usher in the Italian Heritage Month, dear readers, it’s our collective moment of reconnection, appreciation, and valorization of the cherished legacy that resonates in our surnames, the roots of our families, within the vibrant Italian-American communities that sustain …

Lamborghini – The Man Behind the Legend had its global premiere at the Rome Film Festival. Set in 1950s Italy, the film, penned and directed by Bobby Moresco, Oscar winner for Crash, was released in Italy in January, just days …

Culture and economy converge in the Week of Italian Cuisine in the World. This initiative aims to promote the excellence of the Italian food and wine sector abroad, supporting exports, internationalization, and incoming tourism. Intimately linked to this blend of …