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Are you a little bit disoriented when entering in an Italian coffee bar for a coffee? No more worries, for Swide has made it clear for you. Here is the ultimate guide for ordering coffee (in the RIGHT way) in Italy. Please, take note!
New videos and music coming thick and fast this week from Will Smith’s incredibly talented children, Caribou, Roisin Murphy, and Giorgio Moroder featuring powerhouse Sia. Here’s what you need to be listening to this week.
He was much more than the “Italian Dylan”: Francesco De Gregori is the author of one of the most beautiful and least stereotyped love songs ever written in Italy.
The 68th Cannes Film Festival lineup is here and there are 3 italian films in the running for the Palme d’Or. We see the return of Croisette veterans Sorrentino with his Youth, Garrone taking on Basile’s epic Pentamerone in The Tale of Tales as well as Nanni Moretti’s new film Mia Madre.
Emblematic of the union between food and spirituality, Leonardo da Vinci’s Last Supper is a work with a rich and fascinating history cloaked in mystery: here are 10 intriguing facts and secrets you may not know.
With the opening of ‘Leonardo 1452 – 1519’ at Milan’s Palazzo Reale, an exhibition dedicated to the mind of Leonardo da Vinci and how he combined scientific thought with art and technology, we take a look at 10 of his most coveted, game-changing and inspirational inventions.
British singer-songwriter James Bay is reeling from the success of receiving the Brit Awards ’Critics Choice’ prize at this years ceremony, touring with Hozier and opening for the Rolling Stones. Not bad, right? Here’s what he’s got to say for himself.
Youth ( La Giovinezza), the highly anticipated film by Oscar Winning Director Paolo Sorrentino since his Academy Award achievement, has finally dropped the teaser trailer. Watch it here and get in the mood for another pensive ouvre by the Italian director.
Here are 10 Must-Dos that visitors at Milan’s world famous Salone del Mobile need to put on their to-do lists for 2015. From new work by innovative Italian designers to Tibetan artisans, put your walking shoes and get ready to wander.
It’s that time of year again, when Milan opens up and welcomes visitors from all over the world with open arms. Yes, that’s right from 14-19 April it’s Milan Fuori Salone 2015, and we’ve put together a little list of the events you can’t afford to miss and the places that demand your attention.
While one would not immediately assume as such, Italy and jazz have a long-lasting liaison… the Belpaese is a actually a cradle for great jazz musicians.
Best known as the Italian capital of fashion, Milan is also the city which hosts Salone del Mobile, the fair dedicated to furniture, but it also the place where you can breath a creative atmosphere every moment of the year. From museums to design stores here are the best design places in Milan.
Andrea Ratti explores the world of Italian djs and electronic music producers: This week, a mix of Italy, Mexico and North America in the form of Los Gatos Escobar.
While the Apple Watch will in many ways revolutionize the timepiece market, here’s hoping that it won’t substitute traditional watches, the long time bastions of class, luxury and elegance.
Sung out by generations of Italian, Questo piccolo grande amore is the (censored) story of a young and passionate love by one of the most iconic singers belonging to the Italian scene, Claudio Baglioni.
Alda Merini was one of the most important voices of Italian poetry in the twentieth century. But she was more than just an author, and lived out her life as a form of literature.
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Watch the trailer of Paolo Sorrentino’s latest film: Youth