This week the Publisher’s Tour visits the lovely, historic Island of Malta. Lying 70 miles to the south of Sicily,..
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Each year The Italian Tribune brings the Publisher’s Tour to our readers. Buddy and Marion Fortunato have made many visits..
The History of the Italian Automobile – Part 47 By David Cavaliere Just the other day, my son Andrew (who..
Italian Towns Ban New Year’s Eve Fireworks They may be a millennia-old and time honored tradition, but cities and towns..
ISMETT, a leading Italian transplant center located in Palermo, Sicily, has performed its 100th adult living-donor liver transplant. The patient, a..
The southern Italian city of Palermo has just spent millions on a tram that can’t actually pick up any passengers…
ISMETT, a leading Italian transplant hospital managed by UPMC, was recently ranked among the top hospitals in the country based..
1. Eat slowly with family and friends In Italy, fast food is frowned upon, it’s really about “slow food” –..
Catania’s Belpasso food processing plant has signed a contract with U.S. distributor Kroger to produce an initial 2.5 million tubs..
Work began on Italy’s Grande Hotel San Calogero in Brucoli, Sicily more than 60 years ago, but in spite of..