Emilia-Romagna, Italy Newswire

Emilia-Romagna, Italy Newswire

Comprehensive Real-Time News Feed for Emilia-Romagna, Italy.

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  1. Legendary DJ Carl Craig's techno tour of DetroitRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Metro Times

    Late one February night, I found myself trekking along an empty road in Bologna, Italy with a friend. Occasional streetlights lifted the darkness, but it was getting cold.

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  2. The Nest has finally hatchedRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Sun-Star

    WITH a splash of music and color, The Nest dining hub in Cagayan de Oro finally had its grand opening last July 23. Located at Corrales Avenue, a few steps away from Boy Zugba, The Nest offers two new dining experiences -- the French cuisine of Maison de Bon Bon and the Italian food of Giuseppe Pizzeria and Italian Roast. The Nest was named such because the minds behind this exciting new food hotspot want the place to become artistic and cozy where people can go eat and stay.

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  3. Gluten sensitivity: Biological mechanism uncoveredRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | Medical News Today

    People with gluten sensitivity - whereby gluten intake triggers symptoms similar to celiac disease, but without the associated intestinal damage - are often told that the condition is "all in the mind." But a new study may turn this perception on its head, after uncovering a biological explanation for gluten sensitivity.

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  4. What Really Caused the Voices in Joan of Arc's Head?Read the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | LiveScience

    Joan of Arc's claim to fame - the mysterious voices she heard and visions she saw during the Hundred Years' War - may actually have been due to a form of epilepsy, Italian researchers suggest. Dr. Guiseppe d'Orsi, a neurologist at the University of Foggia in Italy, and Paola Tinuper, an associate professor of biomedical and neuromotor sciences at the University of Bologna, also in Italy, described their hypothesis in a letter to the editor, published in May in the journal Epilepsy & Behavior .

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  5. Watch The Rockin' 1000 Cover Nirvana, AC/DC, David Bowie & MoreRead the original story

    11 hrs ago | WAAF-FM Brighton

    Last year 1,000 rockers gathered in a field in Cesena, Italy to take part in a viral video campaign to convince the Foo Fighters to perform in their city during their European tour. The literal army of rockers covered the Foo's "Learn To Fly," capturing the attention of the entire world in a manner of hours.

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  6. Paul Pogba becomes the first A 100m footballer... but who was the...Read the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | Daily Mail

    As Manchester United get ready to smash the world transfer record for Paul Pogba, the French star is set to become the first A 100m footballer in the history of the game. The move comes 41 years after a rather unheralded Italian became the first A 1m player in the game, and breaks Real Madrid's monopoly over owning the most expensive footballer five times since 2000.

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  7. Food and fun on the schedule for Festa ItalianaRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Thunder Bay's Source

    THUNDER BAY Benny Melchiorre says he wasn't sure how well Festa Italiana would go over 25 years ago, when the popular event made its Thunder Bay debut. About 7,000 people showed up over the course of that first weekend.

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  8. Army of 1,000 musicians performs White Stripes' 'Seven Nation Army'Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Mashable

    "Seven Nation Army" by The White Stripes is certainly a popular song to cover, but you don't typically see it covered by a veritable army of people. Not until now.

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  9. Home Museum Of Luciano Pavarotti Outfitted With RCFRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | ProSoundWeb

    Nine years after his death, Luciano Pavarotti still attracts thousands of fans and followers. His residence in Modena, Italy, was turned into a Home Museum and outfitted with loudspeakers from RCF .

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  10. Italy: Niel exits TI, Fastweb to exit Metroweb, Enel partners with GO InternetRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | TeleGeography CommsUpdate

    French telecoms investor Xavier Niel says he has disposed of all direct and indirect shares and options in Telecom Italia, leaving his Iliad unit free to acquire assets being sold by Italian telcos Wind and 3 Italia as Iliad looks to set up a new mobile network operator in the country. Wind and 3 have agreed to divest certain spectrum and physical infrastructure to allay competition concerns and help clear the way for their proposed EUR21.8 billion merger.

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  11. Little Progress Made in Efforts to Dismantle Human Smuggling RingsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 27 | Voice of America

    On October 3, 2013, hundreds of African migrants desperate to reach Europe died less than 400 meters from reaching their goal. With the Italian island of Lampedusa in sight, the migrants' rickety, overcrowded boat began to sink.

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  12. Homowo' Day celebration in ItalyRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | GhanaWeb

    GaDangmes Associations in Italy demonstrated again the pomp and pageantry that characterises their annual 'Homowo' Festival in the Italian city Verona. It's the fifth consecutive time that the GaDangmes Associations in Italy is hosting this event shuttling from one city to another in Italy and this year's celebration as usual attracted a large pack of onlookers which almost brought traffic to a standstill in the principal streets of Verona.

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  13. What's on TV: Thursday, August 4Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 27 | Canberra Times

    Perky British historian John Dickie's series dissects Italian culture and history through a lively discourse about its food. In this episode, he considers how eating has shaped the power balances of the nation, from such instances as a gut-busting display of excess at a 1529 banquet in Ferrara, northern Italy, where the Duke used dining as a display of authority over neighbouring threats France and Spain.

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  14. Kosher Certified Parmigiano Reggiano Cheese Now Available Throughout the USRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 27 | GlobeNewswire

    Springfield Group Inc., a Brooklyn based importer and distributor focused on high quality kosher foods, is supplying the New York Metro area, as well as other parts of the US with the only Kosher certified Parmigiano Reggiano cheese available on the market. A dedicated website, www.kosherparm.com went live on July 1st to help reach consumers and members of the trade who would be interested in finding Kosher Parmigiano Reggiano.

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  15. 1,200 Musicians Play Nirvana's "Smells Like Teen Spirit"Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 27 | Guitar World

    Last July, Rockin' 1000 brought together 1,000 Italian musicians to perform Foo Fighters' "Learn to Fly" in a bid for the Dave Grohl-led band to perform in Cesena, Italy. A video of the performance went viral, and the gambit succeeded in bringing the Foos to Cesena in early November.

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  16. Review: Parigi Is a Blissful Triumph in Clayton Read MoreRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 27 | River Front Times

    Mon.-Sat. 10:30 a.m.-11 p.m.; Sun. 10:30 a.m.-3 p.m. I've fallen in love twice at Parigi.

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  17. 2016 Large Scale Touring Car EurosRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 27 | Radio Control Car Action

    Large scale on-road touring car racing is impressive and combines a bit of scale realism other classes just can't match. At this year's 1/5-scale European Touring Car Championship in Bologna, Italy, it was Belgium's Giovanni Verbrugghe who took the title after an exciting change in the lead late in the race.

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  18. The secret behind Il Mattarello, Hong Kong's fresh pasta delivery serviceRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 27 | South China Morning Post

    When Catherine Wong arrived in Ravenna, a coastal city in north Italy's Emilia-Romagna region, she had no idea that she would be returning to Hong Kong to start Il Mattarello, making fresh pasta every day and delivering it personally to a crop of fiercely loyal customers. "My mother said, 'Oh, another Chinese person coming to steal our ideas,'" recalls Filippo Sintoni, her partner.

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  19. Italian Trade Fair Organizers to CombineRead the original story

    Monday Jul 25 | Diamonds.net

    Rimini Fiera and Fiera di Vicenza have agreed to merge and named the executives set to lead the combined company. The Italy-based trade-fair organizers approved the document that formally marks the beginning of their merger, according to a joint statement.

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  20. Mystery surrounds mistake-filled 300-year-old prayer book found in UKRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 26 | The Times of Israel

    A British academic has discovered a rare, handwritten translation of a siddur, or prayer book, in a collection in a Manchester library - and clues in the volume point to a little-known presence of Jews in 17th-century England. In a presentation recently at the Rylands Library, Dr. Aron Sterk revealed the results of nearly a year and a half of research since he undertook cataloging one Jewish community leader's 19th-20th century manuscript and book collection in February 2015.

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