To hell and back
A Sure Bet - Publishers and booksellers already expect the latest Robert Langdon thriller to top bestseller lists all over the world.
Wed May 15, 2013
Alamogordo Daily News
Critics label Dan Brown's 'Inferno' a clunky page-turner
Early reviews of Dan Brown's fast-paced fourth book in "The Da Vinci Code" series labeled it a "clunky" page-turner that will nevertheless delight his fans.
Tue May 14, 2013
Manet, Palazzo Ducale, Venice
Forget the Biennale. The foremost reason for visiting La Serenissima this summer is to witness a truly once-in-a-lifetime artistic encounter.
Dan Brown's Inferno: Florence awaits surge in interest as new thriller casts it as key setting
It is one of the most famous cities in Europe - a place of churches, courtyards and art galleries whose fine buildings still sing of the Renaissance.
Mon May 13, 2013
How to Deal With Dan Brown's 'Inferno'
Dan Brown , The Da Vinci Code 's Dan Brown, has yet another long-awaited book on the ever-so-near horizon featuring your favorite tweedy, turtlenecked hearthrob-tellectual Robert Langdon.
The Weakening Case for Austerity
For sometime elsewhere, for instance, in Austerity Again and more recently Bad Results Follow Flawed , I have been articulating the notion that austerity as the path to economic growth is devoid of credibility.
Wall Street Journal
The Ninth Circle of Sell
Tiny letters in a Renaissance painting, unnoticed for centuries, are a clue that might help Robert Langdon avert global famine.
Michelangelo Exhibition showcased at Denver Pavilions
The Michelangelo Exhibition, on loan from the Museum of Leonardo da Vinci in Florence, Italy, contains a series of Michelangelo 's most important sculptures, which are original cast reproductions created directly from the Master's works by the National Academy of Cast Making in Florence.
Sun May 12, 2013
Maxim Belkov wins 9th Giro da Italia stage after long solo flight; Vincenzo Nibali retains lead
Maxim Belkov of Russia holds up his country's flag as he celebrates on the podium after winning the 9th stage of the Giro d'Italia, Tour of Italy cycling race, from Sansepolcro to Florence, Sunday, May 12, 2013.
Sat May 11, 2013
Da Vinci's Demons recap: "The Tower"
After cleverly dispelling charges of sodomy, Da Vinci realizes his visions were more than just dreams and hallucinations brought on by captivity.
Dan Brown's Inferno: Florence hopes for a tourism miracle
Dan Brown's follow-up to The Da Vinci Code finds hidden messages in the work of Dante, providing rich pickings for eager modern conspiracy theorists Portrait of Dante Alighieri with details of Florence and the allegory of the Divine Comedy, painted in 1465.
The Chronicle Herald
WOOD: Antinori comes to town to offer top wines
Last week, Elena Capobianco, export manager for the venerable Florentine winery Marchesi Antinori, was in Halifax to present a range of Antinori's most prestigious wines.
The London Free Press
Wealthy baby boomers funding big family trips
One great thing about Florence is that even if some family members have already visited the city, there are always more things to see, and many of the city's masterpieces are just as thrilling on the second or third visit.
Fri May 10, 2013
[Ticker] Barroso: euro has survived the crisis
EU commission chief Barroso said in a speech in Florence, Italy on Thursday that "we are not yet out of the woods, [but] the existential threat to the euro is essentially over." He noted that "resurgent ... populist" parties in Europe are "corroding trust and confidence" in the EU, however.
Travel: Florence versus Venice
DAN Brown's forthcoming novel, Inferno, is set principally in Florence, and already the city is gearing itself up for an even greater influx of tourists than usual after the book's publication on Tuesday.
Box House in Italy by B-Arch Architecture
Three hundred ballot boxes turn an ex-industrial space used for carpentry into a spacious and original loft in Florence, Italy designed by b-arch architecture.
As the Medici saw it
Here you can see old Florence from the back of the Pitti Palace, almost in the Boboli Gardens.
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Thu May 09, 2013
The Capitlist Touch: Contemporary Insights Of Flourishing Color: Salvatore Ferragamo
Today's colorful and flourishing menswear market has lifted the land of opportunity within the menswear arena.
Texas man champions rescuers of art during WWII known as Monuments Men; Clooney movie planned
After selling his Dallas oil and gas company and moving to Europe, Robert Edsel found himself in the art-drenched Italian city of Florence.