Lynn Weiler

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How to Eat (And Drink) Like a Local in Italy’s Culinary Capital: Bologna

In Rome, amatriciana and cacio e pepe are as revered as the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel. In Naples, pizza, once a humble street food, has been exalted to a religious experience. On the Amalfi Coast, the fresh catch prepared with little more than a drizzle of olive oil and squeeze of locally grown …

Italy

Where to Shop for the Best T-Shirts in New York

A good T-shirt is a non-negotiable essential in any wardrobe. And now that they're coming out from under sweaters and heavy winter coats, it makes sense that you're thinking about refreshing your personal selection of the staple item. Finding a favorite tee can be tricky, so we've mapped out where …

Elena Ferrante's Neapolitan Novels Are Headed to Television

For an author who writes under a pseudonym and refuses to reveal details of her life, Elena Ferrante is quite popular: her Neapolitan Novels, a …

Eat Like a Local in Florence

These friendly, reliable, and supremely delicious restaurants will welcome you as if you were one of the locals who have been in the know for years. …

Restaurants

Communicating in Italy

I am terrible at foreign languages. Despite traveling to Europe four months a year, I can barely put a sentence together anywhere east or south of England. But with some creative communication, I manage just fine to write guidebooks, produce TV shows and simply enjoy Europe on vacation. But nowhere …

Italy

The Most Scenic Islands in Italy

From glamorous Capri to the lesser-known islets of Favignana and San Domino, we picked Italy’s top ten most scenic islands.

Italy welcomes new Nazi massacre inquiry

Italy has welcomed the decision by a German court to reopen an inquiry into a massacre of 560 civilians during World War II.<p>Tuesday was the 70th anniversary of the atrocity in Sant’Anna di Stazzema, which wiped out almost the entire Tuscan village.<p>Among those shot or killed with hand grenades were …