Palermo

A Palermo la ‘Polvere di ferro’ di Danilo De Rossi fa riflettere sul paesaggio post-industriale

A Palermo la ‘Polvere di ferro’ di Danilo De Rossi fa riflettere sul paesaggio post-industriale

Fino al 5 ottobre all'Archivio Storico Comunale di Palermo, mostra fotografica “Polvere di ferro – Riflessioni sul paesaggio post-industriale” di...
Dai brulicanti mercati della Vucciria e Ballarò alle secolari architetture della città d’arte e cultura di Palermo

Dai brulicanti mercati della Vucciria e Ballarò alle secolari architetture della città d’arte e cultura di Palermo

Quale fascino e quale calore sa regalare la Sicilia! Il sole caldo che lambisce le coste, gli alberi rigogliosi di foglie e di frutti che danno l’...
vMosaici e convivenza tra culture, religioni e civiltà: l’incanto della Cappella Palatina di Palermo

Mosaici e convivenza tra culture, religioni e civiltà: l’incanto della Cappella Palatina di Palermo

Il 29 giugno 1143, l'arcivescovo di Taormina, Filagato da Cerami, nel corso della cerimonia di inaugurazione della Cappella Palatina, pronunciò una...
"You, Me & Sicily!": Travel Tips to Sicily : 2016

"You, Me & Sicily!": Travel Tips to Sicily : 2016

On this episode of You, Me & Sicily some must -know items before coming to Sicily! All other episodes are a www.evazmediagroup.com
U Fistinu, Gelo di Melone, Cassata, italian culture, italian heritage, italian american, italian news, italian traditions

"U Fistinu" of Santa Rosalia in Palermo and Gelo di Melone

In 1624 the populace of Palermo fell victim to the Black Death, the Plague. As the Palermitani prayed, built fires, and collected the dead they...
Chef and Restaurateur, Celestino Drago. Photo Courtesy of Katie Conway

Celestino Drago: Italian Excellence in the LA Food Scene

It could have been a completely different story. Celestino Drago, who comes from the Province of Messina (Sicily), might have become a successful...
Street food at famous local market Ballaro in Palermo, Italy — Photo by gregorylee

Street Food in Palermo

I was utterly charmed by Palermo when I was there less than a week ago. I admit to have been somewhat wary of it last time I visited. It was a...
Sacks of spices, seeds and salty capers from the island of Pantelleria

A day at the Ortigia market, Sicily

My first trip to Sicily was as a six year old, on the passenger ship Marconi, on the way back to Australia. It was the 1970s and the handful of...
Frank Ferrante As Groucho Marx. Photo Courtesy of Frank Ferrante Productions

Conversation with comedian Frank Ferrante and his stage persona, Groucho

The New York Times has proclaimed Italian-American comedian/ director/producer Frank Ferrante (Los Angeles, April 26, 1963) as “the greatest living...
Tommaso Bordonaro signing a copy of his book. Photo credit: Santo Lombino

One man’s tale of joy and woe: La spartenza

La spartenza is a literary jewel, a linguistic triumph and the precious preservation of one man’s journey to the USA from a small town in Sicily...