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  • With the Expo Milano 2015 kick off date only a week away, many Italians are concerned that Milan will not be ready to host the 20 million people that are getting ready to file into the city for sixth months, the length of the world’s fair. The New York Times is not the only newspaper to recently release an article concerning the many controversies that have permeated the atmosphere of the Expo and Italy’s international image.
  • Dining in & out: Articles & Reviews
    Natasha Lardera(April 23, 2015)
    The first edition of the Mediterranean Diet Roundtable has just concluded. The event, produced by Accent PR and put together by its President, Daniela Puglielli, has brought together different segments of the U.S. Food Industry willing to capitalize on the health benefits of the Mediterranean Diet for their respective audiences.
  • A new event to discuss an old concept? Yes, the Mediterranean Diet Roundtable. Planned and produced by Accent PR, this event will address a very sensitive (and somehow critical) subject: the approach to food in America, especially in contexts such as schools, cafeterias, hospitals, workplaces. Food is the foundation of our health and is intimately tied to our lifestyles and our overall well-being. If food is an important issues in your work, your business or your simply in your life and the one of those you care about, you should be attending the Mediterranean Diet Roundtable. I-Italy had a conversation with the agency’s owner, Daniela Puglielli, PR veteran and creator of this format.
  • Dining in & out: Articles & Reviews
    Patricia Orioli(October 23, 2014)
    As for olive oil, whiskey, and more notoriously wine, the possibility of tasting water gives us the chance to learn to appreciate all its sensorial characteristics.
  • Italian language and Italian culture make an inseparable pair. Ilaria Costa, executive director of the Italian American Committee on Education (IACE), speaks about this and recounts how difficult it is, in the Tristate area, to promote everything Italian through the language. It’s surprising – but not surprising to us at i-Italy – that many Americans, who do not have a familial relationship with our country, are interested in studying our language. The charm of our culture penetrates America, regardless of the blood ties of its inhabitants.