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This is an ugly story in itself but it has become the symbol of much more since it began. As ever in politics, and particularly in Italian politics, a single event becomes the cue to fight other battles. The story bega...
In the second week of June representatives of over 600 non-governmental organisations (NGOs) and other civil society organisations from all over the world will gather in Rome for the Forum for Food Sovereignty. The five-...
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Naples is an informal city. No need to dress up. No need to stand on ceremony. Yes, it has its glamour and glitz, but for the temporary visitor there is no need to put on a show. Naples has all types, and takes all types...
When you first arrive at the Torre Argentina cat sanctuary, you are subconsciously reminded of the childrens game where the object is to find items hidden in a drawing. As you glance around the ruins of the four temples...
His diving mask snugly fixed over his face and his oxygen tank strapped to his back, Daniele Silvestri is a happy young man when he plunges into the depths around Ponza or Elba. Theres a whole beautiful world down there...
Muhammad Ali speaks fluent Italian and so do ET, the Royal Tenenbaums and every dinner guest at Gosford Park. The dubbing industry remains a bedrock in Italy, where nearly every film, from Oscar-winners to straight-to-vi...
Tim Parks had a surprise in store for those of us gathered to see him at the British Council. Im not here to promote my new book, he announced. Im looking for new recruits for the Rome branch of the Hellas Verona Fan Clu...
Do you like to touch and feel when shopping? Are you tempted to pick up items you have no intention of buying just to take a closer look? Have you been chastised for reaching into a window display as if youve defiled sac...
On a hot summers day, when we were blinded by the play of deep shadow against bright sunlight in the leafy, lime-lined avenues of Aix-en-Provence, we drove out of town, giving up the search for Czannes studio. But next m...
Think of animal welfare and Italy and if any one person springs to mind it is probably Giuseppe Garibaldi and his brave start in 1871 in establishing the Societ Protettrice degli Animali in Turin. Badgered by a redoubtab...
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What kind of agonised soul would ever stay in an airport hotel? Would he be a plane-spotter? Someone afraid of city centres? And surely any individual wanting to stay among planes only half an hour from Rome must be even...
Christmas trees, Santa Claus and the presepio. These were the main elements of Christmas as I remember it as an Italian American growing up in New Jersey. Both my parents families emigrated to the US from Naples, taking...
When I first came to Rome I was excited because I was here years ago when I was a freshman in highschool and I’ve counted the days until I could study abroad here since. My family and I came for only two nights and went...
Getting the opportunity to experience the historic foundation of the Eternal City was one of the things I loved about my stay in Rome. Living in Rome for the past five months has given me the incredible chance to experi...
Studying abroad in Rome has been an amazing journey for me. Being born and raised in Miami, Florida I have always been used to the city life with the ambulance driving by every 5 minutes, having homeless people living on...
Moving to Rome is a dream come true for most college students, the idea of living a fantasy life in accordance to the films we all saw growing up like “Eat, Pray, Love” or the “Lizzie McGuire movie,” is what drives most...
Experience, Experience, Experience: Three Reasons to Study Abroad in Rome As a writer, I believe there are few things that are more important than experience. In the words of Eleanor Roosevelt, “The purpose of life is...
Studying for a semester in Rome, I have encountered a culture shock--noticing great differences. As a student who resides in Miami, I yearned for a kind of history that south Florida lacked. While Florida is about 170 y...
When I made plans to move to Roma for four months, I was not anticipating the level of culture shock I experienced. From January until now, I have learned to quickly adapt to the atmosphere around me. Italian culture is...
The eternal city is often regarded as one of the most beautiful and timeless metropolitan areas in the world. With a complex history that spans over thousands of years, both tourists and locals are constantly being remin...
Some may see it as shameful and degenerative, but i think it is a generational stamp on structures that have lived before us and hopefully long after. A complex mix of urban and ancient, Rome is my ultimate city. I co...
Picture this: you just took your seat on your 11 hour flight from the United States to spend a semester in Rome, Italy away from your family and friends. What are you supposed to expect from somewhere so far with a diffe...
Rome's city council has launched another initiative in time for Christmas as part of its popular Romaspendebene campaign designed to contain prices. From now until Christmas 35 neighbourhood markets are selling seasonal...
Immigrants in Rome will have a hard time voting on Sun 28 March, the day set for the election of their representatives to city's central and area councils. Voting certificates are being sent out late and even if they arr...
The Italian Ministry of Fine Arts and Culture holds its annual culture week from 24 - 30 May. During the week entry to all state museums and archeological sites is free. Guided tours, exhibitions and concerts organized b...
The third of a series of seven concerts of sacred music will take place at 21.00 on Sunday 23 May in the Chiesa del Ges. The Rome Opera House orchestra and choir will perform Shubert's Mass n. 6. with soloists Carla Mari...
La Landriana Gardens, just south of Rome at Tor S. Lorenzo, will hold its popular garden exhibition and market from Friday 22 April until Monday 25 April. This year more than 100 exhibitors and experts will be on hand to...
Court records in Rome show that fewer Roman couples turned to international adoption in 2005, following a sharp increase in costs, bureaucratic obstacles and legislation in foreign countries. With just 158 cases of inter...
An opinion poll, conducted on the 12-13 January by the market research group IPSOS, shows that 73 per cent of Rome's voters expect to return the incumbent, Walter Veltroni, to office at the city elections this spring. H...
Rome is expecting as many as 100,000 people to commemorate the first anniversary of the death of Pope John Paul II on Sunday 2 April. The celebrations will begin in S. Peters Square at 21.00 on 2 April with a collective...
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