Italy Travel Newswire (Page 5)

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  1. Pope extends priests' right to pardon abortionRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 21 | Courier-Tribune

    Pope Francis on Monday indefinitely extended a provision that makes it easier for Catholics to seek a pardon for abortion, while insisting that the practice remains a "grave sin" for the Catholic Church. Only bishops and selected prelates could issue absolutions for abortion, but during the Jubilee of Mercy, a Catholic festival that started on Nov. 8, 2015, and ended Sunday, ordinary priests were also authorized to deal with such cases.

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  2. All Blacks lock Scott Barrett swaps whitebaiting net for test caps on northern tourRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 21 | Taranaki Daily News

    Scott Barrett has lost his place on the All Blacks music committee, claiming he had nothing to do with the playing of Metallica. Netting whitebait from an undisclosed spot on Taranaki's coastline is probably where Scott Barrett should be around this time.

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  3. Pope Francis indefinitely extends the right of priests to pardon abortionRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 21 | South China Morning Post

    Pope Francis on Monday indefinitely extended a provision that makes it easier for Catholics to seek a pardon for abortion, while insisting that the practise remains a "grave sin" for the Catholic Church. Only bishops and selected prelates could issue absolutions for abortion, but during the Jubilee of Mercy, a Catholic festival that started on November 8, 2015, and ended Sunday, ordinary priests were also authorised to deal with such cases.

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  4. Island serenity at Venice's San Clemente Palace KempinskiRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 21 | The Globe and Mail

    They call Venice la Serenissima , but mid-morning, it's anything but serene. Swarms of tourists pack St. Mark's Square and the lagoon teems with ferries, water taxis and gondolas.

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  5. Shortlist for $100,000 Future Generation Art Prize AnnouncedRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 21 | Artforum Intl.

    The Pinchuk Art Center today announced the twenty-one artists shortlisted for the fourth edition of the Future Generation Art Prize, established by the Victor Pinchuk Foundation in Kiev, Ukraine in 2009. The worldwide contemporary art prize was created to discover, recognize, and give long-term support to a future generation of artists.

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  6. Artists Announced for Nordic Pavilion at 2017 Venice BiennaleRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 21 | Artforum Intl.

    Mats Stjernstedt, who was previously announced as the curator for the Nordic Pavilion at the 2017 Venice Biennale, will curate a group exhibition titled "Mirrored" for the fifty-seventh edition of Venice. The show will feature six artists: Siri Aurdal, Nina Canell, Charlotte Johannesson, Jumana Manna, Pasi "Sleeping" Myllymaki, and Mika Taanila.

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  7. Prada Foundation to Open Photography Gallery in MilanRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 21 | Artforum Intl.

    The Prada Foundation will open a new photography gallery next month in Milan's oldest shopping arcade, the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, which has been around since 1877. The new space, according to Gareth Harris at the Art Newspaper , is called Osservatorio and occupies the fifth and sixth floors of the Galleria where Mario Prada, the grandfather of Miuccia Prada, opened the brand's first store in 1913.

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  8. Richard Prince Sued for Appropriation of Kim Gordon PhotographRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 21 | Artforum Intl.

    The artist Richard Prince has been sued for a fifth time for his unauthorized use of a photographer's work, according to Laura Gilbert in The Art Newspaper . Eric McNatt filed the latest copyright infringement lawsuit against Prince on November 16 in Manhattan's federal court over a portrait he took in 2014 of the musician and artist Kim Gordon to accompany an interview published by Paper magazine.

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  9. The Dorchester Hotel Experience: Hotel Plaza Athenee, ParisRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 18 | Black Enterprise

    In luxury travel, where you lay your head at the end of the day is just as significant as the sightseeing and activities you participate in-and no one does luxury accommodations abroad like Dorchester Collection. One of two Dorchester properties in Paris, HA tel Plaza AthA nA e, is located on Avenue Montaigne, in the heart of Paris' finest shopping district.

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  10. .com | Venetians rally to fight city exodusRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 13 | News24

    Several hundred citizens of Venice rallied on Saturday to draw attention to an exodus of residents that they fear is sucking the life out of the fabled Italian city. Venetians of all ages took part in the "Venexodus" demonstration, clutching signs bearing slogans such as "Farewell, Venice," and "I won't go, I will stay and resist," as well as suitcases to symbolise the constant departures.

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  11. An Italian historian visits MiddleburyRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 13 | Denton Publications

    Investigating the tempestuous past-where bloody crusades, bad popes, heretics, plagues, and mountaintop fortresses were all part of a gloomy, everyday landscape-is what Professor Frederico Canaccini calls his life's passion. The native-Italian scholar of Medieval Latin and Italian history was a recent guest lecturer at Associate Professor Stephano Mula's Italian classes at Middlebury College this fall.

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  12. How I Almost Died in the Flood of the ArnoRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 12 | American Thinker

    It was before the Arno burst its banks and drowned Florence, but it had been raining hard and continuously for many days. Having "done" Firenze, we were driving south at 6:00 A.M., out of Sienna, headed for Rome to rendezvous with our friend.

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  13. Traveling With a Special Diet? Hotels and Cruises Are ReadyRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 12 | The News-Review

    As a travel adviser selling luxury trips, Stacy Small, 46, the owner of the Los Angeles-based consultancy Elite Travel International, spends more than half the year traveling for her job, but her severe celiac allergy, diagnosed in 2001, has made life on the road challenging - at least in the past. "It wasn't too long ago that finding food without wheat was nearly impossible, even at upscale hotels," she said.

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  14. Galerie Templon exhibits works by a major figure in the Narrative Figuration movementRead the original story

    Saturday Nov 12 | Art Daily

    Installation view of Valerio Adami's Recent Works, at Galerie Daniel Templon Brussels. Photo: Isabelle Arthuis.

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  15. Venetians protest, say ita s harder than ever to live thereRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 12 | The Republic

    Venetians, an ever-diminishing breed, protested in their lagoon city Saturday to draw attention to the problems of daily life in the famous Italian city. Hundreds of Venetians, carrying suitcases to symbolize their steady exodus from their beloved city, traipsed over the bridges that crisscross canals, on a path that took them to City Hall.

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  16. Venetians protest, say it's harder than ever to live thereRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 12 | NewsOK.com

    Venetians, an ever-diminishing breed, protested in their lagoon city Saturday to draw attention to the problems of daily life in the famous Italian city. Hundreds of Venetians, carrying suitcases to symbolize their steady exodus from their beloved city, traipsed over the bridges that crisscross canals, on a path that took them to City Hall.

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  17. Tourist's embarrassing museum blunderRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 12 | The Mercury

    The statue of St Michael, at Lisbon's National Museum of Ancient Art, has been smashed into pieces by a tourist who accidentally knocked it off its pedestal while he was trying to take a selfie. The Brazilian tourist reportedly staggered backwards into the statue while angling for the perfect shot, causing the artwork to topple and break into several pieces.

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  18. Kiwi tourist jumps off Venice bridgeRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 12 | Manawatu Evening Standard

    A New Zealand tourist who jumped off a bridge in Venice before smashing into a passing water taxi has not died, contrary to reports in Italian media. The 48-year-old, who lived most of the year in St Tropez, France, was badly injured and taken to hospital with fractures and severe trauma in August.

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  19. Kiwi dead after jumping off bridgeRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 12 | The New Zealand Herald

    A Kiwi man who jumped off Venice's famed Rialto Bridge and smashed into a passing water taxi has reportedly died from his injuries. The 49-year-old, who lived most of the year in St Tropez on the Cote d'Azur, was reportedly drunk in August when he decided to hurl himself off the stone bridge, which spans the Grand Canal.

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  20. Napoli CentraleRead the original story

    Friday Nov 11 | TrekEarth

    My Campania trip began and ended in Piazza Garibaldi in Naples, in the railway station Napoli Centrale. In the picture the passage to the Metropolitana and Circumvesuviana, with the big colourful snails.

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