Il Lambrusco è un vitigno, anzi, una famiglia di vitigni da cui si ottiene un vino frizzante e fresco, molto apprezzato nel mondo.   Ci racconta le caratteristiche di questo vino Francesca Benini, Sales & Marketing Director di Cantine Riunite & CIV, che con 1800 soci viticoltori, circa 4000 ettari vitati, 8 centri di vinificazione e...

by Marco Carminati   The earthquake that struck Emilia Romagna in 2012 also hit the beautiful Rocca di Vignola in the Modenese Apennines. The charming red brick castle (today owned by the Foundation of Vignola chaired by Valerio Massimo Manfredi) stands with three towers over the area of Vignola near the river Panaro, in a ring of rolling hi...

di Emanuela Lenzini   PIEVEPELAGO. Giorni a ricordare storie di emigrati. Storie di vita di montanari che hanno attraversato l'oceano in cerca di ofrtuna nel nuovo mondo. O che hanno avuto il coraggio di sfidare e battere una leggenda della storia americana come Buffalo Bill. Il Pasquesi day, un tempo si teneva solo negli Stati Uniti. Troppo...

By Alessia Pirolo   A venture involving Eataly, the Italian food-emporium chain, and the municipality of Bologna will develop a theme park dedicated to food, continuing a string of public-private partnerships in Italy aimed at creating jobs and spurring economic activity.   The city-controlled Centro Agro Alimentare has provided land...

La sfida non era facile: riunire per la prima volta i discendenti di Antonio Burgoni emigrato nel 1907 da Montecreto (Modena) e approdato a Ladd nello Stato dell'Illinois (Usa), e del fratello Geminiano, che lo raggiunse nel 1908 per poi trasferirsi in Texas nel 1911. Antonio rimase tutta la vita a Cherry, dove morì nel 1942. Il suo unico figlio ma...

by Alicia LeGrand-Riniker   Investigating your family history has become a popular activity, but not every search leads to an international partnership. Amber Dhesse of Spring Valley loved her grandmother, but when her grandmother passed away Dhesse felt the loss. Soon Dhesse found herself connecting with family she never knew she had....

Date: Tuesday, July 14, 2015 - Hours: 6:00 p.m. - Site: Italian Cultural Institute of Chicago - 500 N Michigan Ave., Chicago, IL 60611 Five Thousand Stories of Italian Migration from the Mountains of Bologna and Modena to America at the Turn of the Twentieth Century: a book presentation by Pier Giorgio Ardeni   This...

  WTI Magazine #82    2016 August 19Author : Enrico de Iulis      Translation by:   There are forms of street art that contain other forms of art, and then propose them in a new and altered way. The Ro.Bo.Coop collective has become almost an emblem about these intentions, a true inventive phenomenon that is attracting more and more attention in...

by Claudia Astarita   During recent years, many preschools around the world have been adopting the so-called "Reggio Emilia Approach", an education method that originated in the town (and surrounding areas) of Reggio Emilia in Italy out of a movement towards progressive and cooperative early childhood education. The first preschools to use t...

Two years after his death, a Bakersfield veteran is being honored by a city in Italy for his unique contribution to their history. Edward Reep was a soldier-artist who captured photos of the day 70 years ago when the city of Bologna was liberated in World War II.   Reep took photos of a spontaneous shrine citizens had erected, and later...