ROME - The vibrancy of Beirut's art scene is on full display at Rome's MAXXI museum until May 2018, in a sprawling show that tackles the themes of place, conflict and memory.
ROME— One of the few women executives to reach a high-level position in the macho-dominated world of the Food and Agriculture Organisation, Fernanda Guerrieri, has been axed by the Director General José Graziano da Silva in the latest round of bloodletting at the troubled U.N. agency, FAO sources say.
ROME - Foreign footballers, companies and expatriates are "playing with fire" by ignoring the ever-widening Italian tax net being cast by the Machiavellian authorities on the peninsula, Dr. Roberto Ciccioli, one of Italy’s top fiscal advisors, says.
ROME - The Italian Insider spoke to Abel Ferrara, one of the most controversial filmmakers of the era, near Piazza Vittorio, his home of several years in the Eternal City. The "shocking" filmmaker was formerly known to critics for what they saw as his troubling subject matter, gritty urban environments, and decadence with films such as Bad Lieutenant and King of New York. He is now a family man with a wife and a young daughter, nearly anonymous on the Roman streets. Catching up with Abel we spoke about his past, his opinions on Rome, and his shift to documentary filmmaking:
ROME – Roman taxi drivers are to be offered lessons “courtesy, hospitality, language, and excellence” by the department of tourism.
Taxi drivers are something of a wildcard when it comes to tourists, you never know what to expect. While there are, like any city, bad actors, some confrontations with foreigners arise from cultural misunderstandings; this is made all the more problematic by the fact that they are often the first Italian that these people meet.