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  • Bolzano (Image via Lonely Planet)
    What makes “il ben-vivere,” a good life? That’s the question posed by the Milan-based daily “Avvenire” in an attempt to create a ranking of the ideal Italian cities to live in.
  • The Gala of Vino 2017 took place at Spring Studios
    An interview with Michele Scannavini, President of the Italian Trade Agency. Italy is the number-one wine supplier in the US and has seen success after success, but the challenges continue.
  • The "Guido/Goomba/Cugine" is a very distinctive-looking, working-class East Coast Italian-American. The whole lifestyle may seem shallow or strange to some, but “authentic” Italian-American life does not have to revolve around formal language, Renaissance art or the opera. This is indeed a subculture that is very complex and needs exploration—not shunning and shame. There can be civil discussions about all these differences, but there should never be any mean-spirited debates on which is right or wrong.