by Lisa Morales
Often when a company reaches its centennial, it places the focus on reminiscing over years gone by. Chiara Soldati does just the opposite. True to her brand’s name La Scolca, which means looking forward, she is doing just that. Since we first met in February, life has drastically changed. Because COVID-19 has brought Italy to
by Lisa Morales
No Need to Complicate Matters. Just Keep It, “Simply Italian.” If you’re a seasonal Italian wine lover, it’ll soon be time to switch bold wines like Barolo for lighter ones like Spumante. The time for summertime sips is near and the Simply Italian Wines Tour 2020 offered members of the trade and some lucky consumers
This year is going to be anything but boring. Tokyo is going to host the Summer Olympics, while Sapporo will hold its Snow Festival. Jamaica will be celebrating the late Bob Marley’s 75th birthday, and Dublin will commemorate the life of writer James Joyce during Bloomsday. Of course, there are lesser-known events, too. Glouster, UK,
Italy’s cultural identity embraces food, and no city’s existence is more attached to Italian cuisine than Bologna. While it has never been the tourist destination that its more-famous sisters—Rome, Venice, Florence—have been, its art, history, and culture equal that of the others. The essence of Bologna, however, is its food. Bologna gave birth to many
Writer Kimberly Boone has put together a list of the world's dreamiest destination wedding spots for your special day. Here are her picks from the classic to the unexpected, from lakeside views to floating huts and sexy cityscapes.