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  1. Ecclestone has more talks with MonzaRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Reuters

    Formula One supremo Bernie Ecclestone says he is still hoping to keep Monza on the calendar after 2016 following further discussions with Italian Grand Prix officials but the situation remains open. "Nothing at the moment," the 84-year-old told Reuters at the British Grand Prix when asked whether any progress had been made.

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  2. UGA music professor honored with Leonardo da Vinci World Award of Arts awardRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Athens Banner-Herald

    University of Georgia Distinguished University Professor Milton Masciadri was recently awarded the Leonardo da Vinci World Award of Arts from the World Cultural Council. The award recognizes outstanding personalities whose work has had a significantly positive effect on the cultural legacy of mankind.

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  3. Teo's Gelato celebrates National Ice Cream Month with new flavorsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Daily Texan

    On hot summer days, swarms of Austinites seek refuge in To Espresso, Gelato & Bella Vita, cooled by salted caramel, berry and pistachio flavored gelatos. Located in Austin, To Espresso, Gelato & Bella Vita is an Italian-based gelato and coffee shop.

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  4. Towson's Cafe Troia gently adjusts its formatRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | The Baltimore Sun

    The original Cafe Troia opened officially as a full cafe in 1992 but had operated for several years before that as an Italian grocery with a few tables. Cafe Troia was something new for Towson, a quiet, relaxing and sophisticated space for enjoying well-prepared Northern Italian cuisine that had a certain panache other restaurants in its category lacked.

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  5. New head chef takes reins of boutique Lake District hotelRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Thewestmorland Gazette

    A NEW head chef is to bring his recipe for success to a boutique four-star town house hotel on the shores of Windermere. English Lakes Hotels Resorts & Venues has appointed Nick Martin to take the reins in the kitchen and restaurant at Waterhead Boutique Hotel & Dining, near Ambleside.

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  6. Rare Images Of Armenian Genocide Survivors On Show In ItalyRead the original story

    Friday | Groong

    RARE IMAGES OF ARMENIAN GENOCIDE SURVIVORS ON SHOW IN ITALY Agence France Presse July 1, 2015 Wednesday 3:02 AM GMT Bologna, Italy, July 1 2015 Rare, moving images of survivors of the 1915 Armenian genocide will be shown in Bologna on Thursday as part of the 29th edition of the city's "Cinema Ritrovato" festival. A significant historical source that was discovered completely by chance, buried away and forgotten in the US Library of Congress, the silent film dates from 1923 and includes images of children packed onto boats in Turkey and lines of refugees trudging along roads.

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  7. Massimiliano Melis and Marcello Tedesco Release New Experimental Visual Art Film - Pocket Pass #01Read the original story

    Friday Jul 3 | SBWire

    Contemporary filmmakers Massimiliano Melis and Marcello Tedesco have recently released their newest film Pocket Pass # 01 which is available on MethisMacs YouTube channel and ShortEmpire Films. The film is an experimental visual arts film that asks the audience to take a deeper look past the obvious elements.

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  8. The easiest 4th of July food ever--red, white, blue and healthful, tooRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 3 | Examiner.com

    It's the Fourth of July weekend, and you're thinking red, white and blue. It's summer, and the living is easy - or so it should be.

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  9. Diabetic 'barred from job op'Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 3 | ANSA.it

    Bologna, July 3 - A young diabetic man hoping for a job as a social-health worker in Modena was barred from consideration because of the night shifts involved, the National Youth Diabetes Association said Friday.

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  10. 2015 Sommeliers of the YearRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 3 | Food & Wine

    Why She Won She has amassed a remarkable collection of wines from natural and organic producers all over Italy. In fact, she is so committed to Italy that she won't even serve the Oregon wines she and her husband make under their Bow & Arrow label.

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  11. DEALTALK-M&A on the way as Italy's popolari pursue courtshipRead the original story

    Friday Jul 3 | Reuters

    Italy could have a new top three bank behind Unicredit and Intesa Sanpaolo by the end of next year as the country's co-operative lenders size each other up for takeover. After initially baulking at new governance rules that make it easier for them to be bought, Italy's mutual banks -- known locally as popolari -- have accepted their fate and advisers are working on several possible combinations.

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  12. 10 restaurants serving lasagna you'll loveRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 2 | DurhamRegion.com

    Menu Palace is the GTA's most trusted online restaurant guide for delicious oven-baked lasagna to ring in National Lasagna Day on July 29. With flat noodles layered between velvety sauce, creamy cheeses and seasoned ground meat or vegetables, lasagna may just be one of the world's greatest culinary creations of all time. And with so many variations on the rustic, family-style dish that's perfect for pairing with a robust red wine, it's no wonder the comfort food classic has been given its own holiday.

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  13. Scientists at University of York discover links between your genes and the language you speakRead the original story

    Thursday Jul 2 | Art Daily

    Academics at the University of York have discovered a correlation between genetic and linguistic diversity and concluded that at least in Europe people who speak different languages are also more likely to have a different genetic make-up. The study, led by Professor Giuseppe Longobardi in York's Department of Language and Linguistic Science, in collaboration with geneticists and linguists at the Universities of Ferrara and Modena and Reggio Emilia in Italy, has discovered that language proves a better predictor of genetic differences than the geographical distribution of population.

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  14. Rare Footage Of Armenian Genocide Survivors Discovered In US Congress LibraryRead the original story

    Thursday Jul 2 | Groong

    RARE FOOTAGE OF ARMENIAN GENOCIDE SURVIVORS DISCOVERED IN US CONGRESS LIBRARY July 2, 2015 BOLOGNA, ITALY -- Rare, moving images of survivors of the 1915 Armenian genocide will be shown in Bologna on Thursday as part of the 29th edition of the city's "Cinema Ritrovato" festival, Agence France-Presse reports. A significant historical source that was discovered completely by chance, buried away and forgotten in the US Library of Congress, the silent film dates from 1923 and includes images of children packed onto boats in Turkey and lines of refugees trudging along roads.

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  15. Imola bid also gaining regional supportRead the original story

    Thursday Jul 2 | Paddock Talk

    Earlier, the president of the Lombardy region, Roberto Maroni, made clear he is campaigning to safeguard endangered Monza's place on the calendar. But now Imola's region, Emilia Romagna, looks set to be launching a similar campaign of support, after officials recently met with Bernie Ecclestone to propose the former San Marino GP venue's return to F1.

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  16. 4 European Under-21 Stars Who Should Be on Juventus' RadarRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 2 | BleacherReport

    In recent years, Juventus have made a point of recruiting the best young talent available, clearly seeking to build a sustainable squad for the future as they maximise their current dominance of Italian football. That policy has allowed director general Beppe Marotta to bring the likes of Alvaro Morata, Paul Pogba and Stefano Sturaro to Turin, and it has also given homegrown players such as Filippo Romagna - profiled previously in this column - space to flourish.

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  17. Food-o-FileRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 1 | The Austin Chronicle

    Matt Lee, owner of Austin's award-winning To Espresso, Gelato & Bella Vita , is celebrating National Ice Cream month with a contest inviting customers to create the next great To flavor. The contest runs the entire month of July and gelato lovers may submit their entries via Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter, or on forms that are available in the store.

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  18. Artist of the Day: Sarah MazzettiRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 1 | Cartoon Brew

    Location: Milan, Italy Primary media: Pencil, digital [Photoshop] Education: University of Bologna [communication Science, 2008] Istituto Europeo di Design [illustration, 2010] Major projects: Ten Steps in the City cover illustration and comics [author/illustrator, Teiera, 2013] Green Man Festival identity and poster illustration [2013] Feltrinelli Universale Economica book covers [illustrator] What is the most valuable piece of artistic advice you have ever received, and from who? "My Italian teacher when I was in high school told me, 'Well no I wouldn't say it's a beautiful book, but you have to read it; it's unavoidable,' or something like that.

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  19. Dodgers prospect Justin Chigbogu homers as Loons stumbleRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 1 | MLive.com

    Thursday : West Michigan Whitecaps at Great Lakes Loons , 7:05 p.m. Late loss : For the first time this season, the Great Lakes Loons saw a late lead evaporate, losing 5-4 Wednesday to the Dayton Dragons. After the Loons scored two runs in the top of the ninth, Dayton scored three in the bottom of the ninth for the win.

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  20. Artist Takes Spilled Coffee and Transforms the Liquid Into MasterpiecesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 1 | TechEBlog

    Giulia Bernardelli, a 27-year-old artist from Bologna, Italy, takes spilled coffee and turns the liquid into art masterpieces. She received a bachelor's degree from the Academic of Fine Arts of Bologna, and is currently a museum guide for children.

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