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  • Discovering the Wonders of the Bel Paese. A small region of 1,714 sq miles and little more of 300,000 inhabitants, located between Abruzzo and Apulia, Molise is a land rich in history, full of mountain- and hilltop towns that look like nativity scenes, hermitages and monasteries, and vestiges of the ancient world.
  • Dining in & out: From Eataly Magazine
    Eataly Magazine(April 13, 2018)
    Sweeping vistas, charming trattorie, medieval castles – Cortona offers a quintessential taste of Tuscan life. Life feels magical in this hill town, where a narrow winding street might spill onto a tiny sun-soaked piazza where an old Italian man might be singing. (Not a hypothetical: we speak from enchanted experience.) It’s not surprising that author Frances Mayes chose the town as the setting for her book-turned-movie, Under the Tuscan Sun.
  • From the presentation at the ENIT headquarter inside the Italian Cultural Institute New York.
    At the start of its winter season, Alitalia gives a presentation at ENIT’s New York headquarters, highlighting new developments and enhancements. New Alitalia's Chief Commercial Officer, Fabio Maria Lazzerini, spoke about them focusing on the American market and luxury accommodations.
  • From gladiators yielding plastic daggers to 3D adventures, the old Colosseum is up to new tricks, which include an exhibition showing its lively post-combat history.
  • The tour will visit Italy’s Lombardia region, NIAF’s 2015 Region of Honor, from June 9 to June 23, 2015. “This signature program at the National Italian American Foundation gives these fortunate Italian American students an incredible opportunity to discover and immerse themselves in the land and beautiful culture of their ancestors,” said NIAF Director of Programs Gabriella Mileti. The 2015 trip itinerary will include a visit to Expo Milano 2015, educational lectures, service opportunities, meetings with government officials, business leaders and visits to government offices, international businesses, museums and other cultural attractions.
  • "To show, to demonstrate, to document" in order to tell a story. Using pictures instead of narrative. Above and beyond the stereotype that civilized countries provide. "People portrayed in my pictures are smiling, playing, praying, working, protesting ...". said Stefania in our interview at her home in Brooklyn. She's been in Bolivia, Senegal, Egypt, Afghanistan ... in places and among peoples, in one way or another, extreme. Zamparelli, along with 1800 other artists living in Brooklyn, will take part in "Open Studio," an event designed to promote art. On the 8th and 9th of September the artists will open the doors of their studios to the public. An on-line voting system will decide which of the 1800 artists will exhibit their work at the Brooklyn Museum. Vote for Stefania.If you want you can