On June 26, 2020 the world lost one of its brightest mind. Milton Glaser died on his 91st birthday after an incredible and extremely long career in the creative field. But where do I begin to tell what Milton Glaser really represented to the design world? Well, he was a real legend, let’s start from here.  Born and raised in the Bronx, New York Cit...

Rimini symbolizes the Adriatic Riviera and Italian seaside tourism. Thousands of Italian and foreign tourists flock to its sandy beaches each year as it is considered the capital of Italian summer fun. It stands between hills and sea, close to other beautiful tourist and cultural Emilia Romagna towns, and offers quiet boarding houses, large hotels...

Italy, a country in the grip of the world’s worst novel coronavirus epidemic, celebrated the remarkable recovery of a 101-years-old man from the Covid-19. The man, identified only as Mr. P, was hospitalized about a week ago and discharged on Thursday after fighting off the virus, his town of Rimini said in a statement. According to Rimini’s Deputy...

Even if you’ve not actually seen the movie, you’re probably familiar with the iconic black-and-white image of a beautiful blonde in a black strapless dress cavorting in a fountain. It’s one of the most famous scenes in one of the most famous films — La Dolce Vita — by Oscar-winning Italian film director Federico Fellini, who was born in Rimini just...

This year’s centennial of Federico Fellini’s birth is spawning a flurry of commemorative events, many of which will travel. For starters the late great auteur, who was born on January 20, 1920, in Rimini, Italy, is being celebrated by his native seaside city with a new International Federico Fellini Museum, a so-called museum without walls, compris...

National Baseball Hall of Famer and Team Italy manager Mike Piazza will be joined by an international fraternity of fellow managers as well as coaches, scorers, athletes, and medical professionals at the CON6 Italian Baseball and Softball Convention at Palacongressi di Rimini from January 24-26, 2020.  “Ten questions for Mike Piazza” is the first o...

If you’ve only thought of Rimini as a seaside resort on the Adriatic that swells with summer tourists — think again. This northern Italian city in the Emilia Romagna region is being reborn as an inviting, four-season epicenter of art and culture.  The coming year, 2020, marks the 100th anniversary of the birth of one of the city’s most famous citiz...

Strange to say, but even cities can give you quite romantic landscapes during the autumn. The wind lashing against the trees in the parks, the wide alleys turning into huge colourful carpets… In the historical centres, men and women of all ages go for a long stroll, seizing the warmth of the last rays of sun, while groups of children run after each...

The city council in Federico Fellini's hometown of Rimini has approved the first of four stages planned for the realization of the Fellini Museum, which is due to open in 2020. Referred to as the “Fellini Experience”, the museum will offer fans and cinema aficionados a place to experience the work of the Italian cinema master of cinema in all its f...

“Life is a combination of magic and pasta,” observed iconic Italian film director Federico Fellini – perhaps an inadvertent but accurate summary of his aesthetic throughout his four decades of movie making. Uniquely blending gritty realism and lyrical fantasy, Fellini (1920-1993) created some of the most arresting visual images ever projected on th...