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The Italian “Serie A” back in the game

July 2020
Italy’s sports minister Vincenzo Spadafora confirmed that Serie A will resume on June 20. Suspended as of March 9 due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Italian Football Federation set an Aug. 20 deadline for finishing the 2019-20 season. Players...


A Roman mosaic discovered in Valpollicella

July 2020
A Roman mosaic floor has been discovered under a vineyard in northern Italy after decades of searching. According to officials, scholars first found evidence of a Roman villa in the commune of Negrar di Valpolicella, north of Verona, more than a...


Local Chef Cooks Online With a Fun Twist

June 2020
Local chef Anthony Quagliata of Artisan Anthony’s and AQAmarketing put a little spin on the popular cooking how-to videos many chefs have been posting on social media throughout quarantine. He introduced his followers to Daddy Daughter Dinners. In...


A Look Back: My Love Affair with Sicily

June 2020
In a time where travel is slow and a trip to Sicily seems such a faraway dream, I wanted to take a look back at a favorite travel article of mine. In a wonderful coincidence, Margie Longano Miklas’ travel guide, “My Amalfi Coast Love Affair” is on...


The Italian American Dream

June 2020
Wolfgang Puck, Guy Fieri, Giada de Laurentiis. Just a short list of some of today’s most famous celebrity chefs. But who was one of the first-ever celebrity chefs? In 1897, in the town of Piacenza in the northern Italian region of Emilia-Romagna,...


The italian Lockdown will be “Open” in June

June 2020
At press time, the Italian government plans to lift restrictions on travel between regions of Italy, as of June 3. Crossing from one region to another will be tightly limited until June 2, but as of June 3, travel will only be restricted if an area...


The Siena Palio has cancelled for coronavirus pandemic

June 2020
For the first time since WWII, Italy has cancelled the Siena Palio. Due to the coronavirus, Italy’s most famous horserace will not take place this summer, the city of Siena announced in May. The Palio, a tradition dating back centuries, attracts...


A unique opportunity for research of Rome’s urban beehives

June 2020
The coronavirus epidemic offered a unique opportunity for research of Rome’s urban beehives. For three years, members of the carabinieri, the military police which has a special force charged with protecting forests and the environment, have been...


The governament Subsidy for Bicyclette or electric scooter

June 2020
Masstransitmag.com reports “The Italian government will offer a 70 percent subsidy, capped at 500 euros ($540), for people who buy a new bicycle or electric scooter or sign up to bike and scooter sharing services. Transport Minister Paola De...


Stay Hopeful

May 2020
Little Italy Cleveland’s TOLI has the cutest message of hope in their windows. From Tavern of Little Italy’s Facebook page: TOLI's littlest crew decided they wanted to show the neighborhood some HOPE during this difficult time when we need it the...


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