All Roads Lead To Rome
How roads were crucial to the power of the Roman Empire — and why they still hold such fascination today.
Bags In Time
We found a few old bags with whom we brought our world with us when we came from Canada to Sarnano. This is their story.
Can The Future Save The Past In Pompeii?
The appointment of a young, foreign born director to head the park has ruffled feathers, and that might be just what Italy needs to preserve its cultural heritage.
Carnivals Of Italy — Part 2
Where did we leave off? Among masks and confetti, our saga of Italian Carnivals continues.
All Different But All The Same
What cultural aspects, traits, characteristics, habits, practices, attitudes and values are common to all Italians?
Aperitivo In Lockdown
Despite the changes and obstacles of the pandemic, Italians have found innovative ways of toasting and connecting with one another.
Beneath The Veil
The Veiled Christ by the Neapolitan artist Giuseppe Sanmartino makes us marvel at how a block of marble can yield to prodigious skill.
The old world that the church and school once encompassed was gone, and a new one that privileged real estate and architecture had taken its place in Italy as well as in the US.