Lombardia, Italy Newswire

Lombardia, Italy Newswire

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  1. 'Archi-Designer' Gio Ponti Honored at Les Arts DecoratifsRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Women's Wear Daily

    It's the first French retrospective of the Milanese designer, whose 57-year-long career covered everything from a skyscraper to a teaspoon. GRAND DESIGN: After Christian Dior in 2017, the Muse des Arts Dcoratifs has chosen to celebrate the life and work of another inspirational designer, this time in the world of architecture and interior design.

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  2. Radici plans new nylon usesRead the original story

    4 hrs ago | Plastics News

    Radici Group is focused on new applications for its nylon resins, and officials don't seem concerned about a global shortage of feedstocks used to make nylon 6/6. The Bergamo, Italy-based materials firm is enjoying double-digit sales growth so far in 2018, Davide Preti, the company's Nordic and Eastern European regional sales manager, said at an Oct. 17 press event.

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  3. Child Buried With Rock in Mouth May Have Been A 'Vampire'Read the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Bad Astronomy Blog

    A rock was inserted into the mouth of a 10-year-old to keep the deceased child from rising from the grave and spreading malaria, researchers believe. Have you heard of the 'Vampire of Lugano"? Apparently that's what residents of the Italian commune of Lugano in Teverina are calling this strange archaeological find - the remains of a 10 year old child found in a 5th century cemetery originally thought to be reserved for toddlers and younger.

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  4. Sun Chemical Exhibits at InPrint2018Read the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Ink World

    Sun Chemical will exhibit its portfolio for functional, industrial and specialty print applications suitable for a broad range of market sectors at stand 1254 at InPrint 2018, which takes place in Milan, Italy from Nov. 20-22. SunJet , the global inkjet brand of Sun Chemical and DIC, will demonstrate its most recent developments in inkjet chemistry and its ability to collaborate on development projects with OEM partners, system integrators and printhead manufacturers for current and future applications across a number of market sectors, including graphics, dcor, textile, industrial and packaging.

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  5. Read "International Jazz Festival Musica Sulle Bocche 2018" reviewed byRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | All About Jazz

    Musica Sulle Bocche Diverse locations inside and sites outside town Santa Teresa Gallura, Sardinia, Italy August 23-26, 2018 Music gravitates toward special sites and special sites attract suitable music. It is a core value of Musica Sulle Bocche festival in Santa Teresa Gallura, a town at the northernmost tip in the western part of the island Sardinia at the Strait of Bonifacio, Bocche di Bonifacio, with opposite the island Corsica on sight.

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  6. Spread harms lending - UBI's MassiahRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | ANSA.it

    Bergamo, Octover 19 - Victor Massiah, the CEO of Italian bank UBI, said Friday that Italy's rising bank spread would make it increasingly difficult for institutes to grant loans. "The lower the coefficient of capital, the lower the leverage for the bank sector to make loans," Massiah said.

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  7. Italy's Armani will remain independent - paperRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | Channelnewsasia.com

    Italian fashion house Giorgio Armani has been approached by many suitors but intends to remain an independent player, the company's founder and owner said in an interview in MF daily on Friday. FILE PHOTO: Fashion designer Giorgio Armani poses with models at the end of the Giorgio Armani show during Milan Fashion Week Spring 2019 in Milan, Italy, September 23, 2018.

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  8. One in six premenopausal early breast cancer patients do not adhere to hormonal therapyRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | PhysOrg Weblog

    Nearly one in six premenopausal women being treated for early stage breast cancer do not adhere adequately to tamoxifen therapy after one year of treatment, potentially putting themselves at increased risk of recurrence and reduced survival, a French prospective study reports at ESMO 2018. Hormonal therapy such as tamoxifen is recommended for five to ten years in all patients with hormone receptor-positive breast cancer but previous research has shown that many discontinue long-term therapy.

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  9. Instagram users get free sushi in Milan with proof of postsRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | Daily Journal/Sunday Journal

    Customer fashion blogger Clizia Incorvaia, left, takes pictures of her friend singer Vittoria Hyde as the have lunch at the 'This is not a Sushi bar' restaurant, in Milan, Italy, Tuesday, Oct. 16, 2018. Although this is the sixth restaurant the brand "This is not a sushi bar" opens in Milan, it has one key difference from its other locations: here payment can be made according to the number of Instagram followers one has, attracting big time social influencers and holders of smaller accounts alike.

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  10. Wittmann Battenfeld debuts VPower pressRead the original story

    21 hrs ago | Plastics News

    Wittmann Battenfeld GmbH is rolling out its vertical VPower injection press at Fakuma 2018, and company officials gave more details on the recent investment in Italian MES startup ICE-Flex. Wittmann Battenfeld plans to expand production of its vertical injection molding machines at its main plant in Kottingbrunn, Austria, Wittmann Group CEO Michael Wittmann said at the company's Oct. 16 news conference.

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  11. 1973 Ford Escort RS 1600 CoupeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Uncrate

    Here in the US, mention the Ford Escort and it brings up memories of a plain, completely forgettable compact car. But in Europe, the Escort was was a respected small car that was a rally legend for over 40 years.

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  12. SangBleuRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Typographica

    What makes a set of styles and weights a type family? The answer to that has changed over time, stretching the concept to try to find the limit of cohesion and coherence inside a unified design. SangBleu is experimenting in this field, creating a comprehensive type system with variegated type solutions.

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  13. Art Review: Titian and Gerhard Richter: Keeping Faith With Painting, 5 Centuries ApartRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The New York Times

    In 1972, Gerhard Richter represented West Germany at the Venice Biennale and presented one of his most renowned series of paintings: " 48 Portraits ," which depict famous and forgotten white men in blurry, pallid black and white. While in Venice that summer, he went to the Scuola Grande di San Rocco, where he came upon a painting by Titian from around 1539 .

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  14. How a - Last-Mile' Delivery Service Conquered the Streets of ItalyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Global Logistics/Supply Chain

    For those unfamiliar with the traffic and bustle of Rome, navigating its tortuous streets by automobile can be a nightmare. And running a "last-mile" delivery service in that crowded city is even more challenging.

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  15. Diebenkorn's DaughterRead the original story

    Apr 4, 2017 | Berkeley Blog

    Last night at the Hillside Club in Berkeley I heard Gretchen Diebenkorn Grant, daughter of the artist Richard Diebenkorn , speak about her father's art and what it was like growing up in the house of a man who made art 365 days and often nights a year. Gretchen grew up in Berkeley in the early sixties and sometimes wished she lived in a house like those of her friends, which had matching furniture, and curtains rather than bare windows, and didn't use bedspreads from India as tablecloths.

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  16. First Male Robotic Mastectomy Worldwide Performed by Dr. Stephen A. ChagaresRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Newkerala.com

    TINTON FALLS, N.J: When people hear about breast cancer, they most often think of it as a woman's disease. Brian Thomson, a 34-year-old single father of two, reminds us that breast cancer does not always discriminate by gender.

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  17. Preparing a swoon-worthy vacation rentalRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Santa Cruz Sentinel

    If you're thinking of listing your home as a vacation rental, have a listen to what travelers say makes a space inviting and welcoming, and what's a turnoff. "I would have loved better sheets and towels as well as decent soap and amenities," says Carol VanderKloot of New York, who was underwhelmed by a recent Michigan rental.

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  18. Kendall Jennera s new stalker: Charlie Sheena s former mansion hasna t made her saferRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Santa Cruz Sentinel

    US model Kendall Jenner arrives at the 2018 CFDA Fashion awards June 4, 2018 at The Brooklyn Museum in New York. Kendall Jenner attends the Longchamp 70th Anniversary Celebration at Opera Garnier on September 11, 2018 in Paris, France.

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  19. Saints risk all for love of Jesus, pope says at canonizationRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Globe Catholic Newspaper

    Carrying Pope Paul VI's pastoral staff and wearing the blood-stained belt of Archbishop Oscar Romero of San Salvador, Pope Francis formally recognized them, and five others, as saints of the Catholic Church.

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  20. Is it time to stop treating women chefs differently?Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | CNN

    In his critique of the 2018 results of the World's 50 Best Restaurants list, the late Jonathan Gold, food critic for the Los Angeles Times, referred to the World's Best Female Chef category as an "unlovable honor." The award handed out annually at the fine dining world's equivalent of the Oscars -- this year's, held in Bilbao, Spain, crowned London-based Clare Smyth -- is ostensibly aimed at celebrating women in a profession with a chronic dearth of leading female figures.

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