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TV Review: ‘NOVA’ – ‘Great Cathedral Mystery’

The recently discovered cuppolina, courtesy of National Geographic Television.

Anyone who has studied Renaissance art, visited the Duomo, or who dreams of visiting the city and its cathedral in future will enjoy this informative film. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Cold Tuscan Stone’ by David P. Wagner

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Amateur sleuth. Rick Montoya, deals with antiquities smuggling and murder in this debut thriller. Read More »

Travel in Italy: Puglia and the Trulli

Trullo in the Apulia region in Italy

These strange houses are hundreds of years old, and many bear strange Christian or Pagan symbols. Read More »

Interview with Mary Carter, Author of ‘Three Months in Florence’

Three Months in Florence

"I have to remind myself to enjoy the process, that writing can be fun. If it’s torture to write, it’s probably torture to read." Read More »

Italy Travel: The Vasari Corridor – Act Like a Tourist, Feel Like a Medici

The connection between the Medicis' home and office provides a fantastic new way to see some of the best of Florence. Read More »

Italy Travel: Michelangelo’s David

Michelangelo's David is a Goliath! Read More »

Venice is Hot: Fireworks at the Festa del Redentore

Celebrate Venice in July at the amazing spectacle of the Festa del Redentore! Read More »

Book Review: Rally ‘Round the Corpse by Hy Conrad

The first book in a mystery series starring travel agent Amy Able. Read More »

Book Review: The Liberator: One World War II Soldier’s 500-Day Odyssey from the Beaches of Sicily to the Gates of Dachau by Alex Kershaw

Twenty five year-old Felix Spars arrives in Italy as a captain in the 157th Infantry Regiment of the 45th Division – the Thunderbirds. Read More »

Book Review: The Good Pope: John XXIII & Vatican II–The Making of a Saint and the Remaking of the Church by Greg Tobin

A biography of Angelo Giuseppe Roncalli, Pope John XXIII, credited with helping modernize the Catholic Church, even though he only served from 1958 to 1963. Read More »