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Four years ago, when Paolo Sorrentino’s “The Great Beauty” won Italy’s 14th foreign-language Oscar — the most of any country — the Italian TV industry was mostly geared toward the local market.
It was canceled 80 years ago due to anti-Semitic laws. Now, it’s finally going mainstream—but so is the fascist ideology that blocked it in the first place.
Neous founders Alan Buanne and Vanissa Antonious reveal what makes their footwear stand out from the crowd
When planning Italy vacations for next year, travel professionals’ eyes may be looking south, thanks to the selection of Matera as a European Capital of Culture for 2019 (along with Plovdiv, Bulgaria).
‘Financial crisis in the EU will be damaging to us regardless of Brexit’
Italy's agriculture minister suggested the country will not ratify a free trade agreement between the EU and Canada, saying that it doesn't do enough to protect the nation's specialty products.
Demand for homes in the chic village picks up despite the country’s fragile economy
The new book Pasta, Pane, Vino: Deep Travels Through Italy's Food Culture reveals the secrets of the country's culinary traditions.
For the first time in 20 years, I feel like a foreigner in my own country.
Che Fico’s superstar chef, David Nayfeld, is a first-generation American Jew whose family is from Belarus and whose passion is the history of Jewish cooking.