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  • Friday evening at the Banca Intesa San Paolo penthouse i-Italy celebrated its achievements with about 300 guests. The heavy rain did not deter people from joining the party which was animated by live music, an art exhibition, and the i-Italy raffle. As some guests left early, there are a few winners that still don't know how lucky they are. Brace yourselves: here is the list of the unclaimed winning tickets!
  • Zucchero, one of Europe's best-selling artists, has released his latest album, La Sesión Cubana, on February 18th via Manhattan Records and this spring he is touring the U.S. and Canada. In occasion of a presentation on PBS of his concert Live in Havana-La Sesion Cubana, recorded in 2012, he attended a conversation about his music and extraordinary career, led by Stefano Albertini, Director of Casa Italiana Zerilli Marimo, and Letizia Airos, editor in Chief of i-Italy... fun anecdotes abounded.
  • After the second shock of the earthquake that hit the Emilia-Romagna, the Italian Civil Protection agency, with the collaboration of all the institutions and the citizens, is trying to solve the situation.
  • On May 23, University of Pennsylvania will host Alexander Stille's lecture "The Fate of an Excellent Cadaver: The Legacy of Judge Falcone; 20 Years After his Death." Organized by Italian Professionals in Philadelphia (PI-Philly), the lecture will feature an introduction by Italian Consul General to Philadelphia Luigi Scotto.
  • The 68 Cent Crew Theatre Company presents a collection of one act plays, 4 comedies and 2 dramas at the Arthur Seelen Theatre at The Drama Book Shop Theatre Space. Italian American actress and director Lucia Grillo directs the drama of a woman whose life is about to end and her concern for the future of her beloved husband.
  • Events: Reports
    Natasha Lardera(April 02, 2012)
    The Italian Cultural Institute of New York, the Museum of Moving Image, the Casa Italiana Zerilli Marimò, the Queens College City University of New York and Cinecittà Luce mark the centenary of the birth of the Italian director with a series of film screenings and educational talks.