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Italian American Museum of Cleveland to Open Summer 2021

May 2021
Last month, signs went up in the windows of 12111 Mayfield Road in Cleveland’s Little Italy announcing the Italian American Museum of Cleveland (IAMCLE). It is slated to open sometime this summer. IAMCLE was founded on Columbus Day 2020 when Hon....


The Cleveland Museum of Art Announces New Acquisitions and Unveilings

May 2021
Recent acquisitions by the Cleveland Museum of Art include Aurelio Lombardo’s “Dido,” an exquisitely carved early 16th-century marble relief sculpture, and a drawing by Giulio Romano directly related to one of the artist’s most important frescoed...


Matteo Bernardini's "The Little Pitchfork Rider"

May 2021
Quest’articolo tratta di un cartone animato, “The Little Broomstick Rider”, un progetto creativo di Matteo Bernardini che ha creato, illustrato, e girato questa serie di episodi. Le animazioni sono fatte complessivamente in carta, e fatte a mano,...


A Look Back: Gratitude For My Heritage

May 2021
 May is here and we have some nice weather on the way. We also take time to celebrate La Gazzetta Italiana’s 30th birthday! The newspaper has experienced many changes since inception, but one thing has always stayed the same: our commitment to...


On the Cover: Infiorata

May 2021
Every year, throughout May and June, the streets of Italian towns transform into beautiful, colorful pageants of flowers. During Infiorata, Italian streets are carpeted with flower petals in displays of incredible artistry. Literally meaning...


Italy 3-day lockdown over Easter Holiday

May 2021
Italy enforced a strict 3-day lockdown over Easter weekend in an effort to prevent a surge in Covid-19 cases over the holiday. All Italian regions were in the “red-zone” – the highest tier of restrictions. Non-essential movement was banned;...


No more Cruise Ships entering in Venice

May 2021
Italian authorities have approved a ban on cruise ships entering the historic center of Venice. The decision came in response to a request from the U.N. cultural body UNESCO. Large ships will now have to dock at the city’s industrial port until a...


From New York to Milan on the first “quarantine-free” flight

May 2021
Travelers from New York arrived in Italy’s Milan Malpensa airport on the route’s first Covid-tested and “quarantine-free” flight on April 3. “It is the first ever flight from New York since the end of March 2020. It took a year to restart this...


Rome welcomes its first female traffic controller

May 2021
Rome welcomes its first female traffic controller to work atop the retractable podium in Rome’s famous Piazza Venezia. Cristina Corbucci claimed the coveted role, making her debut in late March. The white-gloved vigili (traffic officers)...


Quintillo C. "Quinn" Alonzo

April 2021
59, A hilarious man of many words and a huge heart; Adored husband of Jacqueline A. (Nee Lanovara); Loving father of Santino (Lisa), Gia Cline (Thomas), Talia, and the late Salvatore; Cherished Poppie of Santino, Carmine, Nina, and Lily; Dearest...


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