NAPLES - Too often we are used to considering the South as the land that has had so much wasted funding, that doesn’t give the people work, that is a privileged home to organised crime.
NAPLES - I am a “son of the South”, a businessman, alas, uncontrollably devoted to the “reasons” and the sentiments of culture, of poetry and patronage, that, despite ostracism and prejudice, as
NAPLES - The spread of Covid-19 is a serious problem that has impacted us now for a year, a virus of infinitesimal proportions but of such power, that has force
SALERNO -- “Faith is love and therefore creates poetry and music.” That’s what Pope Benedict XVI said during an audience.
ROME - On Aug.
NEW YORK - Black votes matter because there is an imminent election.
MILAN - In the garden of via Palestro, the statue of the famous Italian journalist, Indro Montanelli, sits on a pile of newspapers with a typewriter on his lap.
ROME - The Italian Insider interviewed Marianne Palladino, School Head at the Castelli International School of Rome, to find out about the school’s home-learning prog
ROME - The Italian Insider interviewed Michael Callan, School Head at the American Overseas School of Rome (AOSR), during a testing time for heads of education everywhere, about how the school
BOSTON - “Things fall apart.” These words first surfaced in The Second Coming, a poem by William Butler Yeats.
ROME – COVID-19 isn’t the only thing that has been raging in Italy, though it is tragically the main story.
A lot of societal issues get forgotten during a pandemic, but one scandal that’s worth dragging back up again is that of the ex-League councillor Daniele Beschin, who, before coronavirus totally ca