By Jenel Few Danielle Pinkerton spent four years working to build a high school the entire county could be proud of, not just the islands community.   Now, she's going to Rome. Pinkerton, who opened Islands High school in 2010, will leave the Savannah-Chatham County public school system on June 30 to become head of an international sch...

by Mara Monti   The airline industry continues to stack up profits. In the third quarter, American Airlines confirmed the positive results with the merger with US Airways, completed at 85%, by introducing a single booking system. The next step will be the optimization of air routes, starting with the Italian routes, as explained by the compa...

The American Academy in Rome will restart its summer archaeology program this summer with new courses designed to train students in 21st century skills.   Since 1991 the Academy has contributed to the training of young archaeologists, historians and classicists with summer programs and field schools. Over the past year, the Academy has worke...

AS Roma's American owners see a return to the Champions League next season as only the the first step in creating a club that can compete regularly with the best in Europe.   Roma are seeking to follow the example of Italian rivals Juventus by building a new stadium of their own that would boost matchday revenues and create new commercial op...

We are Pursuing Our Italian Names Together, Chapter 22. We are also known as and the Italian Family History Club at the Italian Community Center and Milwaukee County Genealogical Society's Italian Area Interest Group. Our next meeting will be April 25, 2015, at the Italian Community Center, 631 E. Chicago Street, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, starting...

By Melissa McCart  Regional Italian restaurants have been opening in Pittsburgh at a fast clip, from Senti in Lawrenceville with a menu inspired by the Abruzzo region, to Taglio in East Liberty, serving Roman-style tray pizzas. It would be great if being Italian or dining Italian lent a thorough understanding of a region. Instead a resta...

by Andrea Marini   To understand just what the 2024 Olympic run means for Italy and Rome you've got to consider the games that took place in the Italian capital in far-away 1960.   Gold medals were showered on a nation experiencing an all-out economic boom, with GDP that year growing by 5.4% and surging by 8.4% the following year - gr...

by Claudia Baroncelli   If you are looking for a peaceful destination to escape the city chaos, have a look of the most beautiful and (above all) slow cities you can find in Italy, From Orvieto to Amalfi passing by Trani and Cisternino, you only have to choose!   Dreaming of a destination to enjoy peace and silence, miles away from th...

Il 13 aprile, Domenica della Palme, le catacombe dei santi Marcellino e Pietro su via Casilina 641 (antica via Labicana) a Villa De Sanctis, riapriranno al pubblico. Una gran bella notizia che giunge dopo un lungo e puntuale restauro delle seconde più grandi catacombe al mondo, condotto dalla Pontificia Commissione di Archeologia Sacra e finan...

Un bellissimo risultato per Costanza Cicero, una giovane studentessa del Lazio che a ventuno anni è stata nominata segretario generale dell'Onu dei giovani, il National High School Model United Nations di New York. È la prima volta di un italiano per questa carica importantissima, e la regione Lazio si dice "orgogliosa che Costanza provenga da...