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The Statue of Liberty stands in the foreground as Lower Manhattan in New York

Italy: Parts Unknows, a New York gathering to discover Italian excellencies

Fernando Napolitano, The Italian Business & Investment Initiative’s Ceo, and the Italian magazine Panorama are joining hands to relaunch the business relationship between Italy and the United States


A section of the Manhattan skyline seen from Central Park, New York

Panorama d’Italia in New York

Panorama and IB&II ready to launch This is Italy – Parts Unknown, a New York-based initiative to explore Italian beauties from culture to entrepreneurship


Bill De Blasio

The Italian abroad of 2013 is Bill de Blasio

Mr. De Blasio was elected as the 109th Mayor of New York, U.S.A. on November 5, 2013


San Gennaro Festival Returns To New York's Little Italy

Monsignor Donald Sakano and his fight against Italian-Americans stereotypes

Huge banners in front of St. Patrick’s Old Cathedral remind people how life in New York Little Italy was like


times square

Italy showcases the brightest new startups ideas in New York

A great chance for 12 young entrepreneurs to submit their projects to top investors



Rana, the prince of Italian fresh pasta sets out to conquer the Big Apple

A view of the Giovanni Rana Pastificio & Cucina, the new place to eat opened by the Rana family in the Chelsea Market (at no. 75,9th Avenue): it will produce 250 kg of fresh pasta every day



Italian taste in Manhattan

The second flagship store of the Parmacotto Group to open in New York


A handout artist's rendering provided on 01 September 2010 by Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects shows one of the proposed designs for 15 Penn Plaza, a building with a proposed 67 stories in Midtown Manhattan, just 34 feet (10 meters) shorter than New York's iconic Empire State Building, seen at leftEPA/PELLI CLARKE PELLI ARCHITECTS / HO EDITORIAL USE ONLY/NO SALES

New York, Italy

National Pride Day. American national pride. “But also Italian pride,” says Fernando Napolitano, the heart and soul behind Innovation Day, held May 5th at Manhattan’s Metropolitan Club


Oscar Farinetti, 57, founder of Unieuro and later of Eataly

Eataly full speed ahead

«Right now, I’m eating Massimo Pezzani’s Culatello di Zibello» ham and drinking Montanaro vermouth, made with 31 herbs. Incredible stuff, insanely good, it’s absolutely my orgasm for today. What’s on your mind?». Oscar Farinetti, founder and chairman of Eataly, actually [...]


Giulio Iacchetti, 45, industrial designer

Designing for the chains

Ten years ago he invented the biodegradable Moscardino cutlery, which won the Gold Compass, and became part of the permanent exhibition at the MoMa in New York. Then, with his collective Eureka Coop project, he brought design to the large [...]