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On the Cover: Mount Etna

February 2024
Nell'articolo si parla dell'Etna, il vulcano più attivo di tutta Europa. Le eruzioni dell'Etna furono documentate in epoca greca e con gli antichi romani. Anche se gli abitanti corrono il rischio di vivere vicino al vulcano, il terreno intorno...


The oldest man in Italy has died at the age of 111

February 2024
Tripoli Giannini, nicknamed Tripolino, died at his home in Cecina, near Livorno in Tuscany, on New Year’s Eve. He was the second-oldest man in Europe, after André Ludwig, a Frenchman who is 75 days older. Giannini’s son, Romano, wrote on Facebook:...


Venice limits access to tourists

February 2024
Venice is to limit the size of tourist groups in an attempt to reduce the pressure of thousands of visitors crowding its squares, bridges and narrow walkways each day. From June, groups visiting the Italian canal city will be limited to 25 people,...


In Pompeii is reviving ancient textile dyeing techniques

February 2024
Inside the Pompeii archaeological site, a new project is reviving ancient textile dyeing techniques to show another side of daily life before the city was destroyed by the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in A.D. 79. The inspiration for this endeavor...


In the Cucina with La Gazzetta: Red Wine Chocolate Cake

February 2024
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...


Rossella Rago: Award-Winning Italian American Cookbook Author and Entrepreneur

February 2024
Recently, La Gazzetta Italiana had the chance to get to know Rossella Rago, an award-winning Italian American cookbook author and entrepreneur. Rossella hosts the wildly popular online cooking show “Cooking with Nonna” and is a member of the...


Meet Our Contributor: Anne Robichaud

February 2024
My husband, Pino, and I moved to Umbria, a region in Italy, in 1975, with very little money but a lot of determination and will. We wanted to work the land, experience rural Umbria. We rented an old stone farmhouse with a terracotta roof on eight...


Annual Little Italy “Tripe Dinner”

February 2024
Tuesday, February 6 6:00 PM | Holy Rosary Church All You Can Eat + Drink! $65 per Person Each ticket/dinner includes pasta, chicken cutlet, tripe, salad, dessert, beer + wine... and a chance to win a $500 grand prize drawing.


Brier Hill: It’s a Pizza Tradition in the Valley

February 2024
by The Business Journal,  Youngstown, Ohio The aroma of fresh-baked dough, tomato sauce and Italian spices wafts from the St. Anthony of Padua Church in Youngstown on Saturday mornings from September to June. Twenty to 30 volunteers gather...


On the Cover: San Marino

January 2024
Nestled atop the rugged Apennine Mountains, surrounded by the picturesque landscapes of Italy, lies the enchanting microstate of San Marino. Despite its small size, San Marino stands tall as one of the world's oldest republics and a testament to...


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