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Rose Farina — the longtime director of programs and exhibits at the Richard J. Daley Center in Downtown Chicago and the creator of the Weekday "Under the Picasso" free noontime entertainment programs — died on Nov. 2. She was 88. She was the mother of four sons, seven grandchildren, four great-grandchildren and the devoted wife of former Chicago al...

The signs popped up in the windows today at the location of the former Pesce restaurant on Egg Harbor Road… Bistro Di Marino is moving in to the still new location, and according to their Facebook post they hope to be open by the end of November! Bistro di Marino has a location in Collingswood’s popular small town Haddon Ave retail and restaurant d...

When: Tuesday, November 26th at 6pm - Where: Italian Cultural Institute - 500 N Michigan Ave, Suite 1450 - What: Presented in anticipation of the upcoming production of The Three Queens, featuring the finales of Anna Bolena, Maria Stuarda, performed December 1 through 7 at Lyric Opera of Chicago. A lecture by Professor Gabriele Dotto, General Edito...

Turin’s Academy of Sciences was founded in 1757 as a private scientific society; in 1783, king Victor Amadeus III of Savoy instituted it as the Royal Academy, with the mission to foster scientific progress for the good of society. Since its foundation, the Academy organized awards for technological innovations and the improvement of particularly im...

Dubai-based Studio EM have created a new concept for the internationally renowned and revered chef, Marco Pierre White. Emma Stinson, creative director and co-founder of Studio EM, says that the design for Marco’s New York Italian in the Fairmont Bab Al Bahar in Abu Dhabi is a nod to the bygone era of when going out for dinner was an event rather t...

Dainese,  the world leader of protective wear for dynamic sports, today announced the grand opening of its latest flagship retail location in Las Vegas. Dainese Store Las Vegas features an innovative retail concept that creates a journey through moto history with memorabilia, including one of Valentino Rossi’s suits, all surrounded by the world’s m...

For ITALY Magazine’s series about ‘True Stories of Buying a Property in Italy’, we’ve interviewed Chris and Eva Lock, who moved from the U.K. to Tuscany’s Lunigiana 14 years ago, when they decided to buy a farmhouse to restore. Still mostly untouched by mass tourism, Lunigiana has given Chris and Eva the chance to enjoy the “real rural Italy”, whil...

If you've got Italian on the mind, a recent opening is need-to-know. The fresh addition to Downtown, called Rosalie Italian Soul, is located at 400 Dallas St., C. Baldwin Hotel. This is the first Houston restaurant for restaurateur Chris Cosentino, who has eateries in Portland and Northern California. The spot serves up Italian favorites, with menu...

Italian die casting manufacturer, Bruschi SPA is launching its North American operations on the northwest side of Milwaukee at 8050 N. Granville Woods Road. Based in Milan, Bruschi was founded in 1948. The company produces parts for automotive, telecommunications and household device applications. "We are proud to call Wisconsin the new home for ou...

With perfectionist rigor and a devotion to painstaking artisanal tradition, Italians turn out some of the world’s most coveted edibles. While northern neighbors Switzerland and Belgium may be better known for their overall chocolate output, Italy is a stellar producer too, with places like Torino, Perugia, and the chocolate valley in Tuscany among...

Looking to satisfy your appetite for Italian fare? Hoodline crunched the numbers to find the top Italian spots around Mesa, using both Yelp data and our own secret sauce to produce a ranked list of where to fulfill your urges. In the Mesa area, consumer spending at restaurants tends to climb the most in December and November, according to data on l...

"Imagine how they felt, being photographed." Cohen Media Group has unveiled an official US trailer for the acclaimed documentary called Shooting the Mafia, which first premiered at both the Sundance & Berlin Film Festivals earlier this year. The doc film is a profile of famed Italian photographer Letizia Battaglia, the first woman to ever be employ...