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Nov 10, 2014
Saturday (11 pm) and Sunday (1 pm) on channel 22 or 25 New York area In this episode: AMERICANS IN LOVE WITH ITALY In our new series Francine Segan meets Joseph Forte, professor at Sarah Lawrence College DOLCEVITA Sandwich addiction at "La Panineria" GENIUS Fred Gardaphe reviews "Eat now, talk later" by James Vescovi EVENTS EatalyNY unveils the Cathedral of Milan. Interviews with Enrico Pisapia, Oscar Farinetti, Piero Galli, Angelo Caloia, Philip Daverio, Giuliano Pisapia
Nov 3, 2014
Saturday (11 pm) and Sunday (1 pm) on channel 22 or 25 New York area In this episode: AMERICANS IN LOVE WITH ITALY In our new series Francine Segan meets Eric Asimov, wine and food critic for the New York Times DOLCEVITA An odd couple at "Mulino a Vino" - 3 With chef Davide Scabin and pleasure activist Fred Plotkin PEOPLE Professor Fred Gardaphe interviews writer Maryann Maisano EVENTS The 70th annual Columbus Day Parade on 5th Avenue and i-Italy!
Oct 27, 2014
i-ItalyNY Season 5 every Saturday (11 pm) and Sunday (1 pm) In this episode: AMERICANS IN LOVE WITH ITALY In our new series Francine Segan meets Michael Tucker, Emmy nominated actor, author, and producer DOLCEVITA An odd couple at "Mulino a Vino" - 2 With Davide Scabin and Fred Plotkin GENIUS Anthony Tamburri reviews "Here in Cerchio" by Costance Sancetta PEOPLE Letizia Airos inteviews Alfredo Rapetti Mogol artist and song writer EVENTS Prime Minister Matteo Renzi meets the Italian Community
Oct 20, 2014
i-Italy|NY Season 5. Every Saturday (11 pm) and Sunday (1 pm) NYCMedia Channel 22 or 22 in New York In this episode: AMERICANS IN LOVE WITH ITALY In our new series Francine Segan meets James Oseland, former Editor-in-Chief of Saveur DOLCEVITA An odd couple at "Mulino a Vino". With Davide Scabin and Fed Plotkin. GENIUS Fred Gardaphe reviews "A tear and a tear in my heart" by Bernard Bruno PEOPLE Brad Marshall and his "ITALIA" exhibit in Chelsea EVENTS Mayor Bill De Blasio and Italian Foreign Minister Federica Mogherini at the Italian Consulate Let i-Italy bring you the best of the Italian experience in NY.
Oct 15, 2014
i-Italy|NY Season 5. Every Saturday (11 pm) and Sunday (1 pm) NYCMedia Channel 22 or 22 in New York In this episode: AMERICANS IN LOVE WITH ITALY In our new series Francine Segan meets John Patrick Shanely, Pulitzer Prize-winning American playwright and Oscar winning screenwriter DOLCEVITA Everything about "Mondo Nutella" with the writer Gigi Padovani GENIUS Anthony Tamburri reviews "A season in Florida" by Emanuele Pettener PEOPLE Meet Massimiliano Gioni, artistic director of the New Museum in New York EVENTS At the Calandra Institute: Introducing "Italoamericana," English Version. Interview with the editor Francesco Durante Let i-Italy bring you the best of the Italian experience in NY.
Oct 3, 2014
1 week to go... for the new i-italyTV series ... and ... find our new trailer So we are in full working speed preparing multiple surprises. Let i-Italy bring you the best of the Italian experience in NY. Join us on NYC TV every Saturday (11:00pm) and Sunday (1:00pm) on Channel 25 or 22.
Feb 17, 2014
Follow us on Facebook, on NYC Media, on Internet, We are a group of journalists determined to create an authoritative point of information concerning Italy and Italian American. www.i-italy.org
Apr 30, 2014
PEOPLE Alberto Baudo. A former journalist, a restaurateur, and now the man who 'recycles' NYC THE ITALIAN CITY Italian Futurism at he Guggenheim Museum. A special visit with Steve Acunto LA DOLCE VITA Follow us at Macy's and meet Jarett Appell, chef at Stella 34. GENIUS Calandra Institute's ProfessorFred Gardaphe reviews: "Explorers, Emigrants, Citizens. A Visual History of the Italian American Experience" EVENTS Dacia Maraini presents her latest book "Chiara di Assisi - Elogio della disobbedienza" at Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimò (NYU) The new TV season of i-Italy NY is speeding ahead! CHECK OUT WHAT'S NEXT Airing every Saturday @11pm and Sunday @1pm on NYC Life - Ch 25 and 22 More on www.i-italy.org Let i-Italy bring you the best of the Italian experience in NY. Join us on NYC TV every Saturday (11:00pm) and Sunday (1:00pm) on Channel 25 or 22.
Apr 18, 2014
Join us on NYC TV every Saturday (11:00pm) and Sunday (1:00pm) on Channel 25 or 22. Let i-Italy bring you the best of the Italian experience in NY. PEOPLE: Meet the actress, teacher and director, Antoniette La Vecchia and her Italian American theater. THE ITALIAN CITY: 'Teatro delle Albe' brings its original "non-school" program at la Scuola d'Italia Guglielmo Marconi. LA DOLCE VITA: Pleasure activist Fred Plotkin is back with a new episode of "How to taste Italian Wine" at "3 Bicchieri" event in NYC. ITALIAN GENIUS: A special cultural corner. Stefano Albertini reviews "A Biography Through Images" by Giuseppe Tomasi di Lampedusa. EVENTS IN NYC: Calandra Institute presents: "Finding the Mother Lode: Italian Immigrants in California," a film by Gianfranco Norelli and Suma Kurien. The new TV season of i-Italy NY is on. And it's better than ever
Apr 8, 2014
New events, new delicious recipes, and an all-Italian NYC to explore. In this episode: PEOPLE: Meet Rosario, the owner of Ribalta: an all-Neapolitan pizzeria in the Great Apple and trendy place to watch Italin Soccer all togheter THE ITALIAN CITY: Join the students of La Scuola d'Italia Guglielmo Marconi as they interview Italy's Ambassador to the U.N. Sebastiano Cardi. LA DOLCE VITA: Follow pleasure activist Fred Plotkin at "3 Bicchieri" event in NYC and learn the best tips on wine tasting. ITALIAN GENIUS: A special cultural corner. Calandra Institute professor Fred Gardaphe presents a new book: "Sport and the Shaping of Italian American Identity." EVENTS IN NYC: Join us at Centro Primo Levi in New York for a tribute to the late Nobel Prize Rita Levi Montalcini. The new TV season of i-Italy NY is on. And it's better than ever Let i-Italy bring you the best of the Italian experience in NY. Join us on NYC TV every Saturday (11:00pm) and Sunday (1:00pm) on Channel 25 or 22.
Mar 31, 2014
The new TV season of i-Italy NY is on. And it's better than ever! New events, new delicious recipes, and an all-Italian NYC to explore. IN OUR SECOND EPISODE THIS WEEKEND: PEOPLE: Meet Johnny Meatballs, a young Italian-American entrepreneur, owner of a very peculiar meatballs company in NJ. THE ITALIAN CITY: Join us as we take a closer look at the John D. Calandra Italian American Institute. LA DOLCE VITA: Get ready for a mouth watering experience as the chef of Risotteria Melotti from Verona prepares a delicious risotto. ITALIAN GENIUS: A special culture corner. Director of Casa Italiana of NYU Stefano Albertini reviews Uberto Pasolini's film "Still Life." EVENTS IN NYC: Let's celebrate a very special Birthday. Poet, author, and humanist Joseph Tusiani turns 90 years old!!! Let i-Italy bring you the best of the Italian experience in NY. Join us on NYC TV every Saturday (11:00pm) and Sunday (1:00pm) on Channel 25 or 22.
Mar 25, 2014
IN THIS EPISODE: Let i-Italy bring you the best of the Italian experience in NY. Join us on NYC TV every Saturday (11:00pm) and Sunday (1:00pm) on Channel 25 or 22. PEOPLE: A conversation with the MAYOR OF ROME Ignazio Marino about the Eternal City: 3000 years and not feeling them! THE ITALIAN CITY: Come to the inauguration of 'THE GUARDIANS' - the two statues by architect and designer Antonio Pio Saracino in the heart of Manhattan. LA DOLCE VITA: Try the typical "pizza al taglio" from Rome and follow the recipe by Chef Michele Langianese at Raffaello's KOSHER PIZZA. ITALIAN GENIUS: A special corner for readers. Professor Fred Gardaphe reviews the book by Stefano Vaccara: Carlos Marcello. The Man Behind the Assassination of JFK. SOON IN NYC: dulcis in fundo, meet Italian "King of Blues" ZUCCHERO FORNACIARI
Feb 24, 2014
A fragment of the exclusive Letizia Airos's interview with Zucchero Fornaciari for i-Italy|TV. Full conversation coming soon in a special episode of i-ItalyNY on NYCMedia. Stay tuned! www.i-italy.org http://www.zucchero.it/eng/
Feb 17, 2014
Follow us on Facebook, on NYC Media, on Internet, We are a group of journalists determined to create an authoritative point of information concerning Italy and Italian American. www.i-italy.org
Jan 9, 2014
Manhattan's Little Italy: neighborhood changes as seen by the locals. Followed by a Tailored Cuisine episode with chef Rosanna and actor Darrell Fusaro. Then, a day at Jerry's Gourmet in New Jersey and a book review from Stefano Albertini. Finally, the Niccolò Machiavelli conference at the Italian Cultural Institute of New York, ILICA's Symposium on 'Searching for Culture' at the John Jay College, and a travel experience all over Italy with ENIT and "Italy Much More."
Dec 21, 2013
An exclusive look at the making of THE GUARDIANS, two sculptures by Antonio Pio Saracino at Bryant Park. Inspired by Michelangelo's David, the sculpture titled HERO is a gift from Italy to the United States, donated by the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Embassy of Italy, Washington, D.C., and the Consulate General of Italy, New York; with the support of the worldwide energy company Eni. Followed by TAILORED CUISINE with chef Rosanna, as she prepares a simple main pasta dish with Darrell Fusaro. President of FIAT, JOHN ELKANN, reflects on his American experience and current leading role in one of Italy's most iconic brand. Finally, a book review from FRED GARDAPHE of the Calandra Institute with a look at the ITALY AMERICA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE ANNUAL GALA and legendary singer FRANCO BATTIATO in concert.
Dec 15, 2013
Italian writer and television host SERENA DANDINI brings her play "Wounded to Death" to the United Nations, commemorating the International Day to End Violence against Women. i-Italy's chef, ROSANNA DI MICHELE, visits from Abruzzo for a TAILORED CUISINE. Then, MANUELA GUZZINI of the Guzzini brand on how their extended family keeps the company successful. Rosangela Briscese of the CALANDRA ITALIAN AMERICAN INSTITUTE suggests a great read and GIUSEPPE VERDI'S 200TH ANNIVERSARY at CARNEGIE HALL with a performance from I CAMERISTI DELLA SCALA. Tune in and let i-Italy|NY bring you the best of the Italian experience! Join us on NYCTV every Saturday (11:00pm) and Sunday (1:00pm) on Channel 25 and 22. www.i-italy.org
Dec 6, 2013
La FondazioneNY holds a gala benefit for Italian culture at The Morgan Library & Museum of New York. Here are our interviews with JOHN ELKANN, MASSIMO VIGNELLI, RICHARD MEIER, RICCARDO VIALE, NATALIA QUINTAVALLE. We then take a ride to DI PALO'S in LITTLE ITALY for Christmas food shopping ideas with MICHELE and CHARLES SCICOLONE. After that, Brooks Brothers Ceo CLAUDIO DEL VECCHIO shares his family and business experience in bringing an Italian presence toAmerica, and STEFANO ALBERTINI reviewes the film MIELE by Valeria Golino. Finally, a look at the LEONARDO DA VINCI exhibit from Turin on view at the Morgan Library, and special Puglia sounds from DONPASTA mixing music and food. Tune in and let i-Italy|NY bring you the best of the Italian experienc Join us on NYCTV every Saturday (11:00pm) and Sunday (1:00pm) on Channel 25 and 22.
Sep 22, 2014
Colavita celebrates their 75th anniversary with family, food, and wine at the COLAVITA CENTER FOR ITALIAN FOOD & WINE part of the prestigious Culinary Institute of America. Then, we head over to MONTELEONE BAKERY in Brooklyn to taste their Torta al Caffè. Interview with DIANA BRACCO, CEO and President of the multinational pharmaceutical Italian company Bracco. She receives a special NIAF award and calls for Americans to "discover Italy" during the EXPO MILAN 2015. Plus, Calandra Institute's FRED GARDAPHE reviews Christopher Castellani's book ALL THIS TALK OF LOVE and CASA ITALIANA ZERILLI MARIMO` (NYU) showcases a one time special viewing of the futuristic work of GIACOMO BALLA'S "Penetrazioni dinamiche d'automobile".Tune in and let i-Italy|NY bring you the best of the Italian experience Join us on NYCTV every Saturday (11:00pm) and Sunday (1:00pm).
Nov 17, 2013
i-Italy|NY: Episode 6 (Season 3) A celebration of music and literature at EATALY NY with ALESSANDRO BARICCO, JOVANOTTI, JOE BASTIANICH, RENZO ARBORE, OSCAR FARINETTI. Then, LIDIA BASTIANICH at the Metropolitan Museum of Art presenting beautiful white truffles from ALBA, Italy. Artist MARCO GALLOTTA exposes his craft and STEFANO ALBERTINI shares his review of PAOLO SORRENTINO'S new film LA GRANDE BELLEZZA (The Great Beauty). Finally, you will learn about RENZO PIANO's architectural works from a panel at Montclair State University, and then you'll go to the Consulate General of Italy to meet the Mayor of TURIN, PIERO FASSINO, who introduces his city's cultural strategy, and to visit with us an exhibition of works by artist LUIGI MILIANI Tune in and let i-Italy|NY bring you the best of the Italian experience Join us on NYCTV every Saturday (11:00pm) and Sunday (1:00pm).
Nov 14, 2013
A SPECIAL EPISODE OF I-ITALY NY This time i-Italy TV flew to Washington to attend the 38th edition of the Annual Convention of the National Italian American Foundation. It all started on Friday, October 25th when NIAF launched a special event called "come fly with me," a casino evening in perfect Vegas-style at the Ronald Regan Building, which was set up for the occasion. On Saturday, Oct 26th a series of presentations were held, including a panel on Italian-American politics, a conference about Surgery and Biotechnology, a presentation of the Campania region, a tasting of delicious products from the famous Arthur Avenue Market in the Bronx, and much more. Finally, Saturday night--the gala, as you will see! But before that, we sneaked into the special VIP reception where we interviewed many personalities and celebrities such as Paul Sorvino, Maria Bartiromo, Claudio Bisogniero, John Viola, Joseph del Raso, Leon Panetta, Pietro Grasso, Joe Piscopo, and Roberto Colaninno. Come with us and let's enjoy together the special atmosphere of the NIAF Gala with all its guests and award winners. Tune in and let i-Italy|NY bring you the best of the Italian experience in and around New York City, including food, culture, art, music, books, cinema, and the performing arts. Join us on NYCTV every Saturday (11:00pm) and Sunday (1:00pm). more on www.i-italy.org
Nov 8, 2013
New York's best restaurants of Italian quality approved by OSPITALITA`. Followed by a stroll in New York with "il Maestro" MAURO PAGANI reflecting on his musical evolution from rock to Mediterranean. Then, Italian writer ALESSANDRO BARICCO premieres his new book, The Barbarians, at Eataly. Plus, MATILDA RAFFA CUOMO receives an honorary award at the Italy America Chamber of Commerce Women's Forum and the Calandra Italian American Institute presents an event remembering GILDA MIGNONETTE, the "Emigrants' Queen". Tune in and let i-Italy|NY bring you the best of the Italian experience in and around New York City, including food, culture, art, music, books, cinema, and the performing arts. Join us on NYCTV every Saturday (11:00pm) and Sunday (1:00pm).
Nov 1, 2013
The winners of the Top Young Italian Industrial Designers Contest organized by LA FONDAZIONE at the Italian Cultural Institute of New York, with MASSIMO VIGNELLI (1:06). Followed by IACE's Hands-On Pasta Making lesson with famed GIOVANNI and ANTONELLA RANA at their restaurant in Chelsea Market (08:11). Then, the students of the journalism course at LA SCUOLA D'ITALIA GUGLIEMO MARCONI interview Italian-American chef and author LIDIA BASTIANICH (13:19); Plus, "Doppio Senso" with translator MICHAEL MOORE (19:25), the "Marche is Good" event at SCAVOLINI (20:21), and ILICA's simposium "Italian Identity in the Third Millennium" at the John D. Calandra Italian American Institute (23:48). Tune in and let i-Italy|NY bring you the best of the Italian experience in and around New York City, including food, culture, art, music, books, cinema, and the performing arts. Join us on NYCTV every Saturday (11:00pm) and Sunday (1:00pm).
Oct 25, 2013
The famous statue THE BOXER is back home in Rome after a successful run at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in NYC. The exibition was sponsored by ENI, Italian multinational oil and gas company & Corporate Ambassador in the Year of Italian Culture in the United States. Followed by an artistic dish with chef ANTONIO MERMOLIA from Gioia Tauro (Il Punto Restaurant). Then, our interview with famed set designer DANTE FERRETTI on exhibiting his works at the MoMA. Plus, a book review with professor FRED GARDAPHE of the Calandra Institute, and "Doppio Senso" with translator MICHAEL MOORE. Plus a look at three past events: the visit of Italy's Minister of Foreign Affairs EMMA BONINO at the Consulate General in New York; an art exhibition at the John D. Calandra Italian-American Institute: "Lo studio dei Nipoti"; and a fashion and art exhibit at the Italian Trade Commission. Tune in and let i-Italy|NY bring you the best of the Italian experience in and around New York City, including food, culture, art, music, books, cinema, and the performing arts. Join us on NYC MEDIA every Saturday (11:00pm) and Sunday (1:00pm).
Oct 11, 2013
A San Gennaro feast that takes a look back at Little Italy's past with Alec Baldwin and Msgr. Donald Sakano. Followed by a throwdown on the city's contest for the best pesto makers with Claudio Bozzo and Fred Plotkin. Then, a day at Coney Island with Venetian entrepreneur Alberto Zamperla, re-founder of the Luna Park. We will show you the Italian side of an amusement park in New York. Plus, "Doppio Senso" with translator Michael Moore. Finally, Antony J. Tamburri interviews the Italian Minister of Integration Cecile Kyenge during her meeting with the Italian and American community at the Italian Consulate General in New York. i-Italy NY - Is always on NYC Life - Chanel 22 or 25 every Saturday at 11PM and Sunday at 1PM. Tune in and let i-Italy|NY bring you the best of the Italian experience in and around New York City, including food, culture, art, music, books, cinema, and the performing arts. Join us on NYC MEDIA every Saturday (11:00pm) and Sunday (1:00pm).
Sep 23, 2013
The Italian Minister of Foreign Affairs, Emma Bonino, is welcomed by Consul General Natalia Quintavalle and Ambassador Claudio Bisogniero at the Consulate General of Italy in New York.
Nov 10, 2014
In our new series Francine Segan meets Joseph Forte, professor at Sarah Lawrence College
Nov 10, 2014
Fred Gardaphe reviews "Eat now, talk later" by James Vescovi
Nov 10, 2014
“Eataly per Duomo:” Eataly Showcases the Duomo di Milano to Support Expo Milano 2015 Mayor of Milan Giuliano Pisapia, President of Veneranda Fabbrica Duomo di Milano Angelo Caloia and Owner of Eataly Oscar Farinetti joined together in a ribbon-cutting ceremony to mark the opening of the exhibition, “Eataly per Duomo.” The exhibit is free and will be open to the public until May 2015. Italian Art Critic Philippe Daverio shared with i-Italy, “The Duomo of Milan has the highest concentration of sculptures worldwide because, since the beginning of its construction in the fourteenth century, regularly the sculptures have been changed when they get old… The whole system together makes a history of sculpture over seven centuries.” Eataly is sponsoring the exhibit to represent the Veneranda Fabbrica del Duomo di Milano and to support the Expo Milano 2015 being held in Milan next year, whose theme is “Feeding the Planet: Energy for Life.” Oscar Farinetti, owner of Eataly, tells i-italy exactly why Eataly is supporting this event. “Eataly was created with the purpose of becoming a storytelling place to narrate the prime Italian beauty: food. But Eataly also has the obligation and the responsibility to tell the story of all other amazing Italian attractions: the art, the history, the landscapes,” Farinetti explains. “That’s why we decided to create this room in New York – to bring the Duomo here.” It is clear that Italian culture is predominantly influenced by Italian food. “Food is culture, culture is food. Some people say that culture doesn’t put food on your table, but culture nurtures us,” Giuliano Pisapia, Mayor of Milan, explains at the opening of the exhibit. The focus on food in Italian culture is primarily due to geography. Farinetti explains this so beautifully when he says, “We are the only peninsula in the world that is shaped like this: long and narrow, surrounded by a kind sea. Do you know where the answer is? It’s in the winds. The propitious winds of our seas meet the breezes of our mountains and hills to create an unmatched microclimate. We are the world’s champions of biodiversity. Let me give you a couple of numbers as an example. We have 1228 native vine varieties, France has 220; 533 varieties of olives in Italy, 70 in Spain; 140 different cultivar of durum wheat in Italy, 6 in the US. We are the country with the highest biodiversity and this needs to be known. This is what Eataly works for.” Food connects Eataly to Milan. As Pisapia puts it, “Milano is a ‘water-city,’ an agricultural city. Very few people know that it is the second agricultural city in Italy. So food is a pillar of this city and for me.” Over six million tickets have already been sold for the Expo Milano 2015. The goal of the exhibit, and the work of the Veneranda Fabbrica del Duomo di Milano, is to restore the Duomo to its original quality by May 1, 2015. The Event Manager for the Expo explains, “We need to attract people because we are building extraordinarily in our city, so the more people coming, the more nice things we can offer to the worldwide population.” Pisapia looks forward to the success of the exhibit at Eataly and, eventually, the Expo Milano 2015: “Values are the main item in the agenda of my administrative and political commitment for this city. Of course, the more foreign visitors for the Expo and for Milan, the more we will be energized. There will be six months of debate, discussions, international conferences, but, above all, happiness, joy and fun. This is the mixture that can make Milano truly attractive and clearly initiate a dialogue with all of those cities that have the same goals.” “Eataly per Duomo” is a celebration of Italian culture, but specifically, a celebration of the city of Milan. The beautiful statues spanning seven centuries give only a taste of the majesty that is the Duomo in Milan. It is the hope of Eataly, Giuliano Pisapia and others involved in producing the Expo Milano 2015 that this exhibit will inspire visitors to travel to Milan for the unveiling of the newly restored Duomo di Milano in 2015.
Nov 3, 2014
Meet Massimiliano Gioni, artistic director of the New Museum
Nov 3, 2014
Dolcevita. Davide Scabin and Fred Plotkin. An odd couple at "Mulino a Vino". Part 3
Nov 3, 2014
Professor Fred Gardaphe interviews writer Maryann Maisano
Nov 3, 2014
In our new series Francine Segan meets Eric Asimov, wine and food critic for the The New York Times
Nov 3, 2014
The 70th annual Columbus Day Parade on 5th Avenue and i-Italy!
Oct 28, 2014
Meet Alfredo Rapetti Mogol in New York, Italian artist and song writer. Interview by Letizia Airos for i-italyTV
Oct 24, 2014
Dolcevita. Davide Scabin and Fred Plotkin. An odd couple at "Mulino a Vino". Part 2
Oct 24, 2014
Prime Minister of Italy Matteo Renzi meets the Italian American Community
Oct 24, 2014
Americans in love with Italy
Oct 24, 2014
Anthony Tamburri reivews Here in Cerchio by Costance Sancetta
Oct 22, 2014
Meet Massimiliano Gioni, artistic director of the New Museum
Oct 20, 2014
Francine Segan meets James Oseland
Oct 20, 2014
Dolcevita. Davide Scabin and Fred Plotkin. An odd couple at "Mulino a Vino". Part 1
Oct 20, 2014
Mayor Bill De Blasio and Italian Foreign Minister Federica Mogherini at the Italian Consulate
Oct 20, 2014
Americans in Love with Italy. Francine Segan meets John Patrick Shanley
Oct 20, 2014
Introducing "Italoamericana", English version
Oct 20, 2014
Anthony Tamburri reviews a book by Emanuele Pettner
Aug 6, 2014
The famous Italian soccer team AC Milan landed in New York City, ready to start the International Champions Cup Tour, playing across the US and Canada. While in the Big Apple, the Rossoneri also met their fans inside an exceptional location: the Adidas Store at 610 Broadway. This brief stop to present their new team jersey, made hundreds of their fans, who stood in line since early in the morning in front of the store, very happy. Stay tune on i-ItalyTV www.i-Italy.org
Aug 6, 2014
From the Lavazza Bar @ Guggenheim. Francine Segan interviews Vivien Green, Senior Curator at the Guggenheim and Ennio Ranaboldo, Chief Executive Officer of Lavazza USA
Aug 4, 2014
This week episode is entirely dedicated to art. FUTURISM IN A CUP From the Lavazza Bar @ Guggenheim. Francine Segan interviews Vivien Green, Senior Curator at the Guggenheim Museum and Ennio Ranaboldo, Chief Executive Officer of Lavazza USA TIME. DIVERSITY. PROVOCATION. Meet Gaetano Pesce. Come along to the Soho studio of famous architect and designer and learn about his art and his upcoming retrospective in Rome at the MAXXI Museum. STREET ART IN ITALY 10 Contemporary Artists. An overview of the current exposition at the Italian Cultural Institute. ITALIAN FUTURISM AT THE GUGGENHEIM MUSEUM. A special visit with Steve Acunto Let i-Italy bring you the best of the Italian experience in NY. Join us on NYC TV every Saturday (11:00pm) and Sunday (1:00pm) on Channel 25 or 22. (First aired on August 2 and 3, 2014)