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  • Life & People
    Marta Donatone(February 11, 2009)
    On February 2 the Italy-America Chamber of Commerce presented a seminary about the global economic crisis. Among the speakers were Pedone and Desiderio, attorneys of the law firm Nixon Peabody LLP
  • Da sinistra Guido Morisi, Ass. Albergatori Bologna; Flavio Tuzet, sindaco di Cento; Francesco Maria Talo', Console Generale a NY; Renato Miracco, Direttore dell'Istituto di Cultura NY
    The works of Baroque-period artist Giovanni Francesco Barbieri, known as "il Guercino", are being shown outside Italy for the first time, with an exhibit at the Italian Cultural Institute in New York
  • Life & People
    Giovanna Landolfi(February 05, 2009)
    Director Germano Maccioni presented at Casa Italiana Zerilli Marimò "Lo Stato d’Eccezione", the first movie shot in Italy about the Nazi massacre at Monte Sole that cost the lives of 770 civilians. Some Italian politicians tried to erase it from national memory, but Maccioni resisted.
  • Interview with Anthony Julian Tamburri, Dean of the John D. Calandra Italian American Institute (CUNY): "As an Italian in the US you were automatically identified as a Catholic; but then you were also a Jew, so a 'minority within a minority'..."
  • The Consul General of Itlay in New York opens i-italy's special issue dedicated to Remembrance day: "Italy does not forget. We still feel shame that this occurred in our country."
  • Facts & Stories
    Judith Harris(January 13, 2009)
    One of the best known Italian politicians, former Prime Minister Giulio Andreotti, turns 90. Nicknamed "Il Divo" after the recent Italian film starring Toni Servillo, his political life covers the whole history of Italy.