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On Main Street in the quaint, historic, little downtown of Boonton, it is not difficult to find several popular and excellent Italian restaurants dotted along the rows of small storefront businesses, but just a short drive away on Myrtle Avenue, separated from the crowd, you will find yet another gem you should seriously consider putting on your ra...

Como is a city and commune in northern Italy and is home to several renowned Italian hotspots. While it might not be everyone’s first choice, it has plenty to offer that you simply can’t find elsewhere. But what does living in Como, Italy, look like for an expat? Well that’s the question we’ll answer in this guide. We’ll cover important topics like...

While we wait for Italian Design Day, we are pleased to showcase the program organized by Milano Design Film Festival. 1891, 1917, 1935, 1983. These are the respective years of birth of Gio Ponti, Ettore Sottsass, Jr., Tobia Scarpa and Antonio Aricò. The show organised by Milano Design Film Festival draws an ideal and real line for bringing some of...

While the wines of Lombardy aren't as hyped as other Italian wines, the northern Italian region bottles some fine vino. Franciacorta, considered to be Italy's finest sparkling wine made from the classic Champagne making method, is made in Lombardy.  Lombardy as a whole is a mosaic of around 30,000 hectares (74,132 acres), ranging from the alpine te...

North Italia is days away from officially adding San Antonio to its growing U.S. footprint.  The Rim installment of the brand opens on Wednesday. The restaurant hosted a preview events over the weekend and invited media, Instagram influencers and nearby residents in to get a taste and give employees a chance to get some training under their belts. ...

Italy’s mountain cuisine has been in the culinary spotlight in recent years with Michelin-starred restaurants sprinkled across its Alpine range from the Valle d’Aosta to Friuli Venezia Giulia. But only one of these dining spots in the country’s far north can claim three of those coveted stars, and that’s the St Hubertus, located in the Dolomite tow...

Armando LaChina, a former semi-pro soccer player and competitive tennis player who emigrated from Italy to the United States at the age of nineteen, managed tennis clubs and ultimately founded a tennis school, and currently operates his own telecommunications business in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, where he enjoys dancing the Argentine tango and spen...

Along Calabria’s Riviera dei Cedri, the northern stretch of coast facing the Thyrrenian Sea, there is a unique small cove where the rocks and a crystal clear sea create a breathtaking show. It is Arcomagno beach, at San Nicola Arcella, in the province of Cosenza, a jewel guarded between two much more famous destinations, Scalea and Praia a Mare. Ar...

A noteworthy Italian restaurant has opened north of Dallas with ties to New York: Called Numero 28, it's part of an Italian group that operates restaurants in New York, Miami Beach, and Austin — and now the Village at Allen, at 190 E. Stacy Rd. #1404, in the former Pane Vino Italian Bistro space. Overseeing the Allen restaurant is Leo Gravina, a na...

This year’s annual LoveBrands ranking by Talkwalker (a multinational leader in social listening and analytics), dedicated to brands that have best managed to be appreciated by Italians, sees as its main novelty the exploit of Parmigiano Reggiano PDO at the top of the list. The king of cheeses comes in fact in second place, right after Armani, as th...

Thanks to the generosity of the America-Italy Society of Philadelphia, under the direction of Franca Riccardi, PhD, the Cape Henlopen High School Italian classrooms learned in late April that they not only would be given a donation to cover the subscription to an authentic Italian magazine, but would also be able to use some of the funds to award a...

THIS PONTOON BRIDGE WAS BUILT in 1976 to replace a historical bridge built in the 14th century by the Duke Vespasiano Gonzaga. The old bridge was demolished because was considered hazardous by the Sabbioneta municipality (the bridge was on the edge between Commessaggio and Sabbioneta municipality). Today, only the original bricks piers have survive...