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  • Carlo Maria Martini dies at 85; liberal Italian cardinal

    Carlo Maria Martini dies at 85; liberal Italian cardinal
    Italian Cardinal Carlo Maria Martini, a rare and often outspoken liberal within the highly conservative Catholic Church hierarchy who was nevertheless often mentioned as a candidate for pope, died Friday. He was 85. Martini, a Jesuit and former...
  • PASSINGS: Mariangela Melato

    Italian actress Mariangela Melato, known for her critically acclaimed performance as a spoiled socialite stranded with a sailor she had tormented in the 1974 film "Swept Away," died Friday in a Rome hospital. The LaPresse news agency said she had...
  • The Review: A1 Cucina Italiana in Beverly Hills

    The Review: A1 Cucina Italiana in Beverly Hills
    It's been years since Alto Palato closed, yet I can't drive down La Cienega past STK steakhouse without remembering the late Mauro Vincenti's last restaurant. I still see Vincenti in a cashmere golf sweater fussing over details. Danilo Terribili...
  • Monday Morning Coffee: Gov. Corbett takes a hit in new Inquirer poll.

     
    Good Monday Morning, Fellow Seekers. We've all had them -- those days when you feel like you just should have stayed in bed, maybe poured yourself a bowl of Lucky Charms or Kix and curled up with some trash TV.......
  • Europe tackles torture allegations that were swept aside in U.S.

     
    Global Focus: When CIA agents nabbed an Egyptian cleric on the streets of Milan and whisked him off for interrogation in a country that turned a blind eye to torture they violated international law and were justly sentenced to prison, Italy's highest...
  • Italy's Berlusconi vows to take on judiciary 'dictatorship'

     
    Former Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi came out swinging Saturday after a court sentenced him to four years in prison for tax fraud, vowing to dedicate himself to reforming the Italian justice system, which he said was dominated by a “...
  • Specs appeal: the eyes have it

     
    Over the last half decade, prescription eyewear has transitioned from nerd necessity to chic accessory. In this Sunday's Image section, Adam Tschorn frames up how and why that happened....
  • Tutto Gusto wine bar opens in newly refurbished Tutto Italia at Epcot

     
    With a flurry of confetti and a jubilant Mickey & Minnie decked out in Italian garb, the refurbished Tutto Italia restaurant with the new adjacent Tutto Gusto Wine Cellar reopened May 1 at Walt Disney World's Epcot. Set in a reproduction of the Medici...
  • McManus: All pain, no gain in southern Europe

    Milan, Italy — From the American side of the Atlantic, the debate over Europe's economic future often sounds like a bloodless, mind-numbing discussion of currency zones, bank recapitalization and interest rates. But in countries with fragile...
  • Ermanno Scervino has designs on Azerbaijani Olympic team

     
    Ermanno Scervino, which has designed the uniforms to be worn by Azerbaijan's athletes at the London games, is among the fashion brands and designers helping amp up the style quotient at the 2012 Olympics. Others include Ralph Lauren (U.S.), Giorgio Armani...
  • Why I love Italy

     
    Why I love Italy...