by Andrea Coccia
Tommaso Aniello d’Amalfi, also known as Masaniello, was the leader of the Neapolitan Revolution against the Spanish government, burst forth, in July 1647, from the strong fiscal pressure exerted on the city of Naples by the viceregal regime. The news of a fisherman’s revolt quickly spread beyond the Alps, turning him into an inspiration model for famous...
by Andrea Coccia
September 22 2015
Genoa Shipping Week, at its second edition, had a great success. It was started on Monday September 14th to celebrate, with a wide variety of events, conferences and debates, the shipping world. For a week, the Ligurian city hosted the best of the maritime industry and directed the spotlight onto the sector and the strongRead More
September 06 2015
It sailed yesterday, “burning” of new ideas and initiatives, the huge ark of the biggest food&wine and archeological event, the only one along the Italian boot, on which, this year, waves the flag number 10 – 10 days for the tenth edition – to point the spotlights at the Phlegraean Fields and what that territory,Read More
August 04 2015
by Lina Malafronte
Piennolo or San Marzano tomatoes? Buffalo mozzarella or fior di latte? Friggitelli o friarielli? Anchovies or tuna? These are the ingredients -to tell the truth, some of the ingredients more popular when the skies are blue and the mercury soars.
July 27 2015
By Lina Malafronte
This is clearly a case of opposites attracting. At La Notizia, ready to make the happiness of the most curious and demanding palates, a refreshing (not only because freshly conceived) pizza that with licorice and stracciatella confirms this famous saying.
June 25 2015
by Lina Malafronte Of saffron yellow, as Corrado said, an appetizing link between Old and New World, its name is tomato. But the current one. Because when it sailed the seas on the caravels and arrived on the European shores for its yellow fruits was named mala aurea (golden apple). And people knew nothing elseRead More
June 17 2015
by Enzo Coccia
Man has always traveled and tried to spend his free time to escape from the everyday space, going to more or less distant places. Although now it may seem almost obvious that the World Tourism Organization defines the tourists as people traveling to and staying in places outside their usual environment for at least one night but...
June 11 2015
On these nights we would sing the famous song “look at the moon, look at the sea”. And if the sea is the one that touches the beautiful Sorrento Peninsula coast, which greets the Vesuvius, the success is assured. And if we are talking about Festa a Vico, the success is sure and great. Although it was arranged on...Read More
June 01 2015
The spaces of the very special Royal Palace of Portici Chinese Room were flooded by the enthusiasm and the applause that greeted the presentation, introduced by the journalist Donatella Bernabò Silorata, of “La Pizza Napoletana…più di una Notizia scientifica sul processo di lavorazione artigianale”, the first scientific book that has ever been dedicated to theRead More