LIFE & PEOPLE

Best known as Bruno Martelli, the introvert and talented star from the 1980s hit TV series Fame, Lee Curreri was born in the Bronx, New York City, to Italian parents and was later adopted by a couple from Southern Italy. …

A bridge between the past and the present, keeping the history and looking at innovation: this is the path some Sicilian farmers are following in the area known as “Nebrodi”, a park established in 1993 that includes the most important …

Frank Capra is often acknowledged as one of the greatest directors who ever lived. Not just that, but he helped building the film industry as we know it. At one point he served as President of the Academy of Motion …

Gabriele Tinti is an Italian poet and writer, whose poetry has been extensively inspired by the ancient-art form of boxing.  He is moved by solitude and tragedy, which inspires him to write rhymes that have been presented at the Queens …

Expo Milan 2015 is up and running, and among its many initiatives is WE – Women for Expo, which focuses on women’s contribution to healthy nutrition and sustainability, supported by celebrity ambassadors the likes of Lidia Bastianich. They are successful …

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The French Revolution began as an uprising of the people against the tyranny of the ancien regime, but by 1798 Napoleon had risen to power and was on a campaign of conquest throughout Europe.  While some hailed the arrival of …

John Asaro, a native Californian of Sicilian descent has a special place in his heart for Little Italy’s Piazza Famiglia, so much so that he will be donating 50% of all sales from his latest art exhibit being held at …

Civita di Bagnoregio is one of the most beautiful hill towns in Italy. Located about 60 miles north of Rome, this stunning gem has escaped the modern age mostly because of its topography. No cars are allowed and there are …

Even if the ancient fishing culture of the Venetian lagoon, like most of Italy’s maritime regions, has been forced to give way to importing some of its supply from elsewhere, Venice and seafood are inseparable. How could it be otherwise …

At the heart of Expo Milan 2015, the stunning architecture of the Padiglione Italia – the only pavilion not to be dismantled after the event – has already become a symbol of the Italian excellence, modern creativity, and technological innovation. …

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