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  • Life & People
    Anthony J. Tamburri(October 27, 2014)
    In 1970 in Settefrati, a small town in Lazio, the piazza was a meeting place for the town’s citizens, a shopping center, a playground, a resting spot, a political forum. And it still is...
  • Life & People
    B. G.(January 19, 2013)
    On January 27, 1945 the Soviet Army entered and liberated the extermination camp of Auschwitz, starting the liberation process. This date was chosen in the year 2000 to commemorate the victims of the Holocaust and to promote the fight against racism. The Consulate General of Italy in New York, Italian Cultural Institute, NYU Casa Italiana Zerilli Marimò, Italian Academy at Columbia University, Calandra Italian American Institute at CUNY, Centro Primo Levi New York present a series of events
  • Alain Elkann, Italian novelist, intellectual, and journalist, gave an inspiring lecture at the Jewish Museum in NY, on June 23rd 2011 analyzing the most important Italian Jewish authors and embarking on a cultural “mission” to spread awareness about what’s a defining movement in Italy. The event was organized by the Italian Cultural Institute in New York
  • Life & People
    Natasha Lardera(June 12, 2011)
    Promoted by the Italian Ministry of Economic Development and organized by the the Italian Trade Commission, SHOP ITALY NYC celebrates Italian top quality and unique heritage during an exciting, month long series of consumer shopping events, restaurant experiences and special promotions throughout the Big Apple. SHOP ITALY NYC is all about top fashion and design the Italian way.
  • The business school of the University of Bologna is offering 10 full scholarships toward the inaugural year of an MBA in Food and Wine. The scholarships, funded entirely by leading Italian bottled water brand Ferrarelle, cover the entire cost of the 12-month program that begins September 2011. Alma's international MBA in Food and Wine, conducted entirely in English, is the only such degree focused on the exclusive knowledge of Italy's most successful wine and food companies
  • Lincoln Center has been busy with rolling screenings of this year’s most remarkable Italian movies, but last week Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimò and the Italian Cultural Institute were equally busy with two related round tables