La Gazzetta Italiana

On the Cover: Castle of Rocca Calascio

July 2023
L'articolo descrive il Castello di Rocca Calascio vicino a L'Aquila in Abruzzo. La costruzione del castello iniziò nel X secolo. Nel XIII secolo accanto al castello fu costruita anche una torre e una fortezza. Durante un devastante terremoto nel...


In the Cucina with La Gazzetta: Calabrian Chili Grilled Shrimp

July 2023
In this column we share the cuisine and recipes of Italy and our Italian American communities. Each month we feature recipes curated from our research and those shared by LGI readers.Food and cooking are important aspects of our cultural identity...


"A Guide to Italy: Cultural Insights and Tips to Maximize Your Trip"

July 2023
While most travel guidebooks and forums provide you with lists of what to do, “A Guide to Italy, Cultural Insights and Tips to Maximize Your Trip” tells you how to do it. Covering topics such as eating, shopping, social norms, traveling, the...


Nominate an Honoree for 2023 Cleveland Italian American Heritage Month

July 2023
Nominations for Honorees to be recognized during Cleveland Italian American Heritage Month in October 2023 are being requested by the Cleveland Italian American Heritage Committee. The categories for nomination include: Arts & Culture,...


New Traveling Exhibit: 150th Anniversary of Italian Settlement in the Mahoning Valley

July 2023
One hundred and fifty years ago, 7,500 coal miners struck Mahoning Valley coal mines in response to an imposed pay cut. Italians were brought in as unwitting strikebreakers.  This summer, the Trumbull County Historical Society (TCHS) has...


On the Cover: Pentedattilo, Calabria

June 2023
Pentedattilo is a small village in Calabria, southern Italy, administratively a frazione of Melito di Porto Salvo. Until 1811, before the unification of Italy, it was a separate commune. It sits 250 meters above the sea level, on the Monte...


An American man decides to return the archaeological finds from Naples

June 2023
An American man has returned 30 antiquities to Italy after reading a Guardian report about a compatriot who sent 19 antiquities back to their countries of origin amid growing coverage of looted ancient artefacts. Jay Stanley, who lives in Ben...


A real Tuscan Bridge in Da Vinci's picture “Monna Lisa”

June 2023
A small town in Tuscany is revelling in excitement after it was claimed that the bridge painted in the backdrop of the most famous portrait in the world – Leonardo da Vinci’s Mona Lisa – belongs to the town. The Italian historian Silvano Vinceti...


Napoli won the italian championship after 33 years

June 2023
Napoli won its first Serie A title in 33 years after coming from behind to secure a 1-1 draw against Udinese at the Dacia Arena, Udine earlier this month. The league title is the club’s first since 1990, when the late Diego Maradona – after whom...


In the Cucina with La Gazzetta: Fusilli with Shrimp and Lemon Butter

June 2023
In this column we share the cuisine and recipes of Italy and our Italian American communities. Each month we feature recipes curated from our research and those shared by LGI readers. Food and cooking are important aspects of our cultural...


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