Videos for Do It Yourselfers
- Happy Valentine’s Day to everyone from Life in Italy
Happy Valentine’s Day to all of our readers. If you’re in love with someone, well, […]
- Italian hand gestures: let’s have a little chat
Italian hand gestures are something that puzzles our country’s visitors. Thankfully, the New York Times […]
- Italy’s World Cups: here are all the goals of the first, in 1934
Italy’s World Cups are something the nation is proud of. In this video you can […]
- Naples, the birthplace of Pizza
A trip into the charming streets of Naples, with a stop at Antica Pizzeria da Michele, a […]
A video with a beautiful view of the Dolomites.
- Secrets for Italian recipes: rules of thumb II
Of course there are secrets for Italian recipes you should follow if you want to […]
- Secrets to Italian Recipes: rules of thumb I
How often have you dreamed to finally learn the many secrets to Italian recipes? If you […]
- What did they think of us? Quotes about Italy
Italy is famous for its wonderful food and wine, its luxurious sports cars (Lamborghini, Ferrari), […]
- Italian origins of Buffalo wings and pretzels
Did you know an Italian hand is behind the invention of Buffalo wings?
- Pasta doesn’t make you fat: finally food lovers can rejoice
Finally science supports Italians: pasta doesn’t make you fat, guys! Thing is, who doesn’t love […]
- Radicchio, a favorite of the Fall
Interesting information about radicchio and its characteristics, origins, how to use it in the kitchen, both to cook and as a health boosting ingredient.
- Sampietrini in Rome: as iconic as the Cupolone
Sampietrini in Rome Sampietrini in Rome, those peculiar dark cube-shaped stones that the roads of our […]
- Christina Ricci and her Italian American Heritage
Christina Ricci. Ph. David Shankbone on wikimedia Although she carries an Italian name, Christina Ricci […]
- Pier Paolo Pasolini’s Death
Pier Paolo Pasolini is undoubtedly one of Italy’s most representative artists of the 20th century: a […]
- 20 Fun Facts about Pizza
Because there’s always something new to learn about what you love! Fun Fact 1: the […]
- I giorni della Merla
The last 3 days of January (from the 29th to the 31st) are traditionally called […]
- Nuovo Cinema Paradiso
Cinema Paradiso is the story of a young boy that after WWII grows a love for movies and helps the local projectionist in his cinema.
Viva La Vespa! Still The Besta! Whenever I see one of those classic putt-putts of […]
- Italian Americans during World War Two
Italian Americans during World War Two: millions of Italian Americans were affected by the implementation of Executive Order 9066
- Risky Italian Breakfasts
Italians’s breakfast habits A typical Italian breakfast: cappuccino e brioche, eaten at a café […]
- The ritual of coffee
The noise of the machine and the steam coming out of it. Pouring it little […]
- Italy in January
January is not really the best month to enjoy Italy: days are cold and short, […]
- More curious and little known facts about Italian history
In the first part of this article, we presented five curious and little known facts […]
- Kale Italian style
Kale: the ultimate hipster food. If it has certainly been popular among healthy eaters for […]
- Italian New Year’s Eve
How we celebrate New Year in Italy, and some recipes of what you can find on our tables on New Year’s Eve dinner.
- The forgery of national products
Famous and appreciated all over the world, a number of popular Italian products are constantly at risk […]
- Bingo! La Tombola
Tombola is not only a way to escape your nozy aunt’s questions about your private life, but a real Italian Christmas habit; plus it helps your memory and concentration, keeps the mind healthy!
- Italian American Singers
Italian-American singers that still impact the music world today.
- Five curious and little known facts about Italian History
I don’t know about you, but I love history and I find it all interesting: […]
- Festival di Sanremo’s winner: Diodato’s “Fai Rumore”
This year’s Festival di Sanremo’s winner is songwriter Diodato, with his Fai Rumore, a song […]
- Venice in less than four minutes: is it possible?
Venice in less than four minutes: seems impossible, but the people at National Geographic managed […]
- Express emotions the Italian way
Embrace the Italian in you and learn how to express emotions the Italian way!
- ITALIAN-AMERICANS (video)
Italian-American traditions in the US.
- A day in Venice
A video shot in Venice: the buildings, the canals, the vaporetti and gondole, the crowds.