Stanley Tucci, an Italian American who is no stranger to the hustle culture in the United States, thinks Americans should take some notes from the Italian way of life. The "Searching for Italy" host told AOL that he thinks Italians "are much better at taking vacations." "Most businesses have a lot more time allotted to their employees for vacations...

Stanley Tucci thinks you deserve to summer like an Italian. So much so that he's willing to give you $10,000 to do it. The actor, host, and avid traveler has long been known for his love of the European nation, which also happens to be his ancestral homeland. He's dropped not one but two seasons of his acclaimed show, "Searching for Italy," which...

Americans are bad at taking time off. If you’re one of the lucky workers that does get paid vacation days, you’re likely not using them all (only 23 percent do, according to a 2017 Glassdoor study). So here is a gentle reminder from Emmy award winning actor and creator of “Searching for Italy”, Stanley Tucci, to schedule that PTO this summer. Partn...

Stanley Tucci and Italian food go together like spaghetti and fresh tomato sauce, chianti and Florentine steak, ricotta cheese and a pastry shell (aka a cannoli) … but never pineapple on pizza. As the host of “Searching for Italy,” a show that explores the culinary history and flavors of cities and towns across Italy’s 20 regions, Tucci demonstrate...

Umbria is "the green heart of Italy. Not a jealous heart, but a fertile one," Stanley Tucci said as he drove through central Italy. This small rural region is often overshadowed by its more famous neighbor, Tuscany, which borders the region to the west. But Umbria's history, wild beauty and traditional cuisine make it a hidden gem. With the highest...

The highly anticipated second season of Stanley Tucci's Emmy-winning travel series "Searching for Italy" premiered on CNN this past Sunday with a trip to Venice, where the Italian American actor sampled produce, strolled along the canals, and learned about the converging culinary influences of the "Floating City." Tucci's fascination for the divers...

APERTIVO:Appetizers are meant to be light. Stanley Tucci’s culinary memoir, “Taste — My Life Through Food,” begins with an airy description of growing up in northern Westchester County, N.Y., in the 1960s. His competent, caring parents worked full time jobs. Both their ancestral families were immigrants from Calabria in southern Italy. Despite work...

Stanley is Back! Fans of Stanley Tucci’s Searching for Italy, rejoice! Stanley and his popular Italian food series returns! CNN premiers the second season of Stanley’s show on Sunday, May 1, at 9:00 PM (ET). While the first season featured Stanley’s travels through six regions, CNN has released only four for this season. Alas, my beloved Abruzzo is...

We suggest getting a napkin before viewing this post, because drool is inevitable. The trailer for the second season of Stanley Tucci: Searching for Italy is here and it has us looking up flights to Milan. The new episodes of the culinary exploration show, premiering on CNN May 1, showcases the Oscar-nominated actor as he "indulges his passion for...

"Stanley Tucci: Searching for Italy" fans who are hungry for more will have to wait a little bit longer than originally expected for new episodes. Originally, Season 2 of the acclaimed docuseries was supposed to drop on March 13, 2022, according to Marie Claire. However, Tucci's Instagram just released the unfortunate news that the season's start w...