La Gazzetta Italiana

“Portrait of a Lady” by Klimt was stolen in Piacenza... maybe is a fake?

February 2020
On February 22, 1997, artist Gustav Klimt’s “Portrait of a Lady” was stolen from the Ricci-Oddi modern art gallery in Piacenza in Northern Italy. The frame of the painting was discarded on the roof of the building in an apparent attempt to show...


Vogue Italia go green

February 2020
Vogue Italia dropped photoshoots from its January issue to make a green statement. Instead of the traditional photos, eight illustrated covers featured work by different artists depicting real-life models wearing Gucci. The move is intended to...


Rome's Major moved souvenir stands for “decorum and security”

February 2020
Souvenir stands in front of some of Rome’s most prized monuments will be moved in an attempt to improve the city’s “decorum and security.” Rome’s mayor, Virginia Raggi, said the stalls are incongruous with their surroundings. Seventeen stalls will...


Jacob DeCarli was featured in Dickinson College's Student Snapshot

January 2020
La Gazzetta Italiana's Summer Intern Jacob DeCarli was featured in Dickinson College's Student Snapshot. Of course, he mentions LGI! Congratulations, Jacob! See article >  


Mark your Calendars!

January 2020
Pittsburgh Little Italy Days Bloomfield August 13-16, 2020   The Greater Youngstown Italian Fest Central Square July 31 - August 2, 2020   Cleveland Feast of the Assumption Little Italy August 13-16, 2020


LGI's calendar - things to do January 2020

January 2020
To include your event, send email to editor.   Regular meetings of Solon Italian Club: Last Wednesday of each month      7:30 p.m., Solon Community Center New members welcome. Contact Mike Rhea at (216) 337-8407 or This...


Calling Local Writers!

January 2020
Do you have interest in writing or journalism? Are you looking for a way to be more involved in the Italian American community? La Gazzetta Italiana is looking for writers of ALL ages to contribute articles about local events in YOUR community!...


Basic and Intermediate Italian Language Classes Offered at Western Reserve Historical Society in Cleveland

January 2020
The Western Reserve Historical Society and NOIA Foundation are pleased to continue offering a series of both Beginners as well as Intermediate/Advanced level Italian Language classes, taught by Serena Scaiola, a native speaker of Italian with many...


Support NIAF's Venice Relief Fund Today

January 2020
From November 12-17, Venice experienced the second worst flood in its recorded history. More than 85 percent of the city flooded causing immense damage to its cultural and historical heritage and to its homes and businesses. We in the Italian...


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