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      By Adam Czartoryski
      Jan. 25. 2017.

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      Italians are no strangers to combat sports, and perhaps no modern characters epitomize that image more than the fictional “Italian Stallion” Rocky Balboa or the true-life icon “Raging Bull” Jake LaMotta. At the other end of the spectrum, some might conjure up an image of
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      By Agata De Santis
      Dec. 30. 2016.

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      Long before the American Santa Claus became the dominant force in the Italian Christmas tradition, Italian children did not anxiously await gifts on December 25. It was the morning of January 6, on the day of the Epiphany, when the goodies came. And it wasn’t Babbo
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      By Sandra Tartamella
      Dec. 29. 2016.

      In the Kitchen with Sandra

      In the mood for pizza tonight? Why settle for plain old pepperoni and cheese when there are so many different toppings to choose from… How about an entirely different pizza dough? In this recipe, we experiment and trade in our very traditional pizza dough with
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      By Domenico Capilongo
      Dec. 6. 2016.

      Corrado Paina

      Corrado Paina is a deeply insightful and powerful international poet and writer. He writes in both English and Italian. He has published five poetry collections in English and four in Italian, including a book of short fiction. Most recently, his Italian novel, tra Rothko e tre finestre, was just translated
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      By Agata De Santis
      Dec. 4. 2016.

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      On Thursday, Montreal’s Casa d’Italia opened its third annual Young Italian Canadian Artists Exhibition. Running until December 11, 2016, the small exhibit features a variety of exceptional original works by some of the up and coming artists of the Italian community of Montreal. Mimmo Scali’s
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      By Domenico Capilongo
      Nov. 11. 2016.

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      Josie Di Sciascio-Andrews is a wonderful award-winning poet who works hard at lifting the reader beyond the words of her poems. She has published four books of poetry as well as two non-fiction books. Her fifth poetry collection, A Jar of Fireflies, continues to work
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      By Agata De Santis
      Sep. 15. 2016.

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      Twenty years after its first staging, playwright and actor Tony Calabretta’s breakthrough play, Damn Those Wedding Bells!, returns to the Montreal stage. This time, Calabretta is teaming up with director Antonio DiVerdis – under the Pellegrini Productions banner – and the Leonardo da Vinci Centre
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