The king signed Mussolini’s Racial Laws, the same laws that interrupted the career of Aldo Finzi, a talented Jewish composer whose music has finally made it to New York.
In his sophomore album, the British singer and songwriter reminds us that he is here to stay.
At Columbia University, Italian minister Franceschini praised internationalism and museum reforms.
In historic visit to NYU’s Casa Italiana, Paolo Gentiloni praised Italy’s “stability.”
In northern Italian city, Muslim-designed collections dominated the runway.
The Italian director discusses his mockumentary Burning Love ahead of the New York premiere.
While the Italian Parliament continues to pretend that same-sex families don’t exist in Italy, the courts may have a (partial) solution to the problem.