The National Italian American Foundation New York Gala

The National Italian American Foundation (NIAF) will host its annual New York Gala at Cipriani 42nd Street on March 22, 2017. This distinguished event, held at this world-famous, historical, New York City venue will highlight the very best in Italian food, beverage and cultural experiences – along with celebrate some of the most notable and impactful luminaries… Read More →

Symposium shows Italy in the White House

  A symposium in the US capital on Tuesday highlighted the many influences Italy has had on the White House through the centuries, from Cicero’s ideal of the gentleman politician to the concept of equality espoused by Filippo Mazzei, which influenced Thomas Jefferson in guiding the nation’s founding principles.   The symposium “Italy in the White House:… Read More →

UNESCO envoys to visit Pompeii as UN envoys to evaluate ancient city’s state of conservation

  UNESCO representatives Christopher Young and Jean Pierre Adam will visit Pompeii Saturday at the start of a five-day mission to evaluate progress in the Great Pompeii Project, official sources said.   The two envoys of the UN Educational and Scientific Organisation will make a four day carry out a series of inspections to inspect the state… Read More →

A Paradigm of Love

Unfair is to blame a heart constructed from loss and self gain Despair is to love something that can’t love you back but possesses your pain With one hand every time you let go Grip the same with the other to help you stay in control Delusional is to touch the flesh in hope of reaching the… Read More →

LaFerrari

Ferrari presents new super model called “LaFerrari” that will go for one million Euros

(ANSA) – Iconic carmakers Ferrari presented their new super model on Tuesday at the 83rd International Geneva Motor Show simply called ‘LaFerrari’ that will go for one million euros. Ferrari Chairman Luca Cordero di Montezemolo said that “all of the 499 LaFerrari cars to be produced have all been sold”. The company said that it has received… Read More →

Beppe Grillo

Maybe Italy’s politicians aren’t crazier than those in the United States – Italian election coverage

(The New Yorker) Posted by Alexander Stille   The results of the last Italian election are baffling, if not incomprehensible, to most foreign observers: as one American friend put it, a majority of Italians voted either for a comedian (Beppe Grillo) or a clown (Silvio Berlusconi). A center-left coalition won a narrow plurality in the lower house… Read More →

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