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  • Far away from the conference’s usual home base, Campania in Southern Italy, LSDM came to New York for the second year to celebrate Italian culture and gastronomy on June 28 and 29. On day two, Matilda Cuomo was pulled from the crowd and took the chance to talk about the New York State Mentoring Program, a cause very close to her heart.
  • Auguri Maestro! Il prossimo 5 luglio l'Aquila si presta a festeggiare il grande drammaturgo e scrittore Mario Fratti in occasione del 90° anniversario. La città natale del critico teatrale ha organizzato una giornata dedicata a Fratti, personalità che ha portato i valori culturali abruzzesi in tutto il mondo, specialmente a New York, ormai sua seconda casa.
  • Dining in & out: From Eataly Magazine
    Like so many of Italy’s best dishes, bruschetta owes its origins to la cucina povera, whose customary marriage of frugality and ingenuity among Italy’s peasant class dictated that nothing edible ever be tossed out. In the case of bruschetta, stale bread is made over to something not just edible but really tasty, by the mere act of toasting and topping with quality ingredients like sun-ripened, organic tomatoes and an impeccable extra virgin olive oil.
  • Fusilli Freddi, or Pasta Salad
    Dining in & out: From Eataly Magazine
    EATALY MAGAZINE(June 20, 2017)
    Simple and light, this Sicilian recipe pairs in-season eggplant with tasty tuna to serve up Italy’s answer to pasta salad. In other words: meet your colorful — and not-sad — "lunch al desko."
  • Cicorie alla Griglia
    Dining in & out: From Eataly Magazine
    EATALY MAGAZINE(June 16, 2017)
    The perfect accompaniment to your summer cookout, this light but satisfying grilled salad features chicory topped with flavorful Italian pairings. The members of the chicory family – which includes escarole, endive, and radicchio – have a pleasantly bitter edge that can be tamed just enough by the heat of the grill and balanced by the drizzled balsamic vinegar, toasted pine nuts, Parmigiano Reggiano, and currants.
  • Vivere un amore a New York. Un amore clandestino, come ce ne sono tanti. Un amore che dura sette anni, due mesi e nove giorni in una città descritta nella sua fisicità, nella sua carnalità, nella sua sensualità, ma anche nella solitudine di chi vi abita. Antonio Monda nel suo ultimo romanzo, "L'evidenza delle cose non viste", aggiunge un nuovo efficace tassello, il quinto, alla decalogia newyorkese iniziata con "L’America non esiste" nel 2012.
  • The festival Open Roads: New Italian Cinema 2017 returns to Lincoln Center’s Walter Reade Theatre for its 17th edition. With a rich variety of this year’s Italian films, the festival offers a chance for the American public to experience the latest aesthetic trends of contemporary Italian cinema. We, here at i-Italy, had the chance to interview a few directors who presented some of the most original and controversial films.
  • Angela e Marianna Fontana in "Indivisibili"
    Open Roads: New Italian Cinema 2017, il festival che da ormai diciassette anni offre l’occasione al pubblico americano di sperimentare le ultime tendenze estetiche del cinema italiano contemporaneo è tornato a New York al Walter Reade Theatre del Lincoln Center con una ricca e variegata selezione dei film italiani più rappresentativi di questa annata. Noi di i-Italy abbiamo avuto l’occasione di intervistare i registi che hanno presentato alcuni dei titoli tra i più originali e controversi.
  • Patricia de Stacy Harrison with John Calvelli at the National Italian American Foundation Gala
    Washington, DC: Italian Leadership in America. Series / 3. Interviewing Patricia de Stacy Harrison, President and CEO of the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, co-chair of NIAF, and a most captivating Italian leader in the Nation’s capital.

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