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Quarantine Cuisine: A Rustic Potato Leek Soup

By Joanne Marino Bartram, co-author of Two Parts Italy blog I didn’t think it would last this long. Two weeks, three at the most, and we’d see the number of new infections and deaths drop in Italy. I was overconfident. Three … Continue reading

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Homage to Rome…The Eternal City

By Carla Gambescia, author of La Dolce Vita University & curator of Postcards from the Boot Throughout its rich and storied history, Rome has come back from invaders and setbacks of all descriptions. The Eternal City will surely do so … Continue reading

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Grieving for Italy and Hoping for Beyond

A Reflection By Joan Lombardi When you are the child of an immigrant, you grow up with stories of the other country. No matter how proud you are of your own homeland, there is always the other. It is in … Continue reading

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Italy on lockdown. The view from there.

By Jan Angilella Italy has been in a national lockdown for almost two weeks because of the spread of the coronavirus and Covid-19. There are still two weeks to go. As I write this, the death toll in the country … Continue reading

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