How to Keep it Italian (in Miami, London, New York, or wherever you happen to be!)
Fashion & Shopping (la moda) / Uncategorized

How to Keep it Italian (in Miami, London, New York, or wherever you happen to be!)

By Francesca Belluomini Note from Flav: Today we have a fantastic article from the gorgeous fashion blogger and author Ms. Francesca Belluomini, whose upcoming book “The Cheat Sheet of Italian Style: Confidence and Sustainable Chic in Ten Struts” aims to ‘empower women to express themselves through their lifestyle and wardrobe’. Empowering women? Beautiful clothes? Sassy … Continue reading

The trip of a lifetime: Recommendations for Rome, Florence, and Venice
Art & Culture (le cose belle) / Day Trips (tutte le strade portano a Roma) / Fashion & Shopping (la moda) / Food & Drink (godiamoci la vita) / Historical Sites (l'antichità) / Uncategorized

The trip of a lifetime: Recommendations for Rome, Florence, and Venice

Heaven is real, and it’s in Venice… Article by Evacheska DeAngelis Note from Flav: Sometimes in life we are lucky enough to find family outside of the group of people whose last name and blood we share, so in this case it’s a particular honor for me to post an article written by my sister, a … Continue reading

Snapshot – Tunis
Art & Culture (le cose belle) / Opinion & Comment (pensieri e perplessità)

Snapshot – Tunis

“Italienne?” the old man says to me, eyes twinkling. “Oui!” I answer, relieved to have understood one thing (a stunning improvement). “Italienne…” he repeats, sizing me up, as though my presence tells him something. If it does, I hope it is something good. Suddenly he grins with his whole mouth. “Couscous!” he announces to the … Continue reading

Two days in Florence with City Wonders
Art & Culture (le cose belle) / Day Trips (tutte le strade portano a Roma) / Opinion & Comment (pensieri e perplessità)

Two days in Florence with City Wonders

One of the reasons I choose to live in Rome is beacuse when the urge to travel strikes and you feel the intense longing to immerse yourself in new things, surround yourself with strangers and have an adventure, you can simply hop on a train for €25 and find yourself in charming Tuscan town or relaxing … Continue reading

On sugared ginger, the merits of Colombian coffee, and thunderous hoofs over the plains of the desert to the lost land of Petra
Art & Culture (le cose belle) / Historical Sites (l'antichità) / Opinion & Comment (pensieri e perplessità)

On sugared ginger, the merits of Colombian coffee, and thunderous hoofs over the plains of the desert to the lost land of Petra

(Small aside: This article won 3rd place in the Memoirs/Personal Essay category of the 83rd Annual Writer’s Digest Competition. Yay! Okay. Back to your reading.) Or: Wanderlust “There is a look in the eyes, and once seen it cannot be mistaken” (Gaiman, of course) Can I tell you that this story took place many years … Continue reading