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Television Review: Zen

Conspiracy theorists the world over could never dream up some of the plots that seem regular occurrences in Italian politics. Read More »

Book Review: Decameron by Giovanni Boccaccio, Translated by J.G. Nichols

Boccaccio's wonderful tales come to vibrant life in this translation by J.G. Nichols. Read More »

Book Review: Living Without Reservations: A Journey by Land and Sea in Search of Happiness by Barbara Elaine Singer

Living Without Reservations is a highly readable memoir of travel and learning to live life at its fullest. Read More »

Book Review: The Shoemakers’s Wife by Adriana Trigiani

Can life and love survive a separation of distances across continents? Read More »

The Euro In Crisis, Part I: All the Kings, Their Horses, and Their Horses’ Horses

Europe's central banks are falling and can't get up. Can its leaders act fast enough to save the currency? Read More »

Book Review: The Day Before Happiness by Erri De Luca

An orphan learns about post World War II Italy and about love. Read More »

Book Review: Prince of Fire by Daniel Silva

Prince of Fire is another book in the Gabriel Allon Series in which Silva keeps his stories taut and torn from the headlines. Read More »

Interview with Legendary Romance Author Ann Major

Ann Major, founding member of the legendary Romance Writers of America (RWA), shares how the organization started. Read More »

Book Review: Me, You by Erri De Luca

A coming-of-age story, set in an Italian fishing village at the end of World War II. Read More »

Music Review: Patrizio Buanne – Patrizio

The Italian crooner expands his horizons. Read More »