This twist on my favorite focaccia recipe, by the Food Network’s Anne Burrell, celebrates fresh spring produce.
With hit after hit placing on the Billboard Club Dance chart, Alessandro Coli has become the one to watch when it comes to raising the roof at any party. Starting his career in as a child star in Italy, Coli competited in a kid’s television talent show performing “The Great Pretender” by The Platters released in 1955.
Parisian footwear designer Marie Laffont launched her brand on Dec. 12 with wine and art. The debut collection, named Celestial Derby, sat in the midst of paintings at the Almine Rech Gallery; the perfect home for shoes inspired by contemporary art.
American Foundation of Savoy Orders & Save Venice Host Cocktail Reception in Honor of H.R.H Prince of Venice
A night of cocktails and conservation.
How familiar are you with the European Migrant Crisis?
While the iconic Grand Central station is known for transporting within New York State, on Monday evening we were virtually whisked off to Italy. With Italian wine in hand, we entered a circular room where we were surrounded by PANORAMA, 13 minute 360° panoramic video that immerses guests in a multi-sensory experience.
The potential to be a very meaningful film is not quite met.
Everyday gestures take on new levels of significance.
According to the U.S. Refugee Agency, over 700 migrants are feared to have perished after a failed attempt to cross the Mediterranean Sea.
In gearing up for the Annual Spring Ball, the Towns of Italy celebrated a kickoff event at Doubles Club at the Sherry-Netherland Hotel in NYC on March 8th. The Boys’ and Girls’ Towns of Italy is an ambitious charity effort founded by Monsignor John Patrick Carroll-Abbing in 1945, with a long history of empowering war refugees, migrants and at-risk youth living around the world.