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2 hrs ago | Examiner.com
When in Rome, where does one stay? If one stays at Hotel Mediterraneo, a one of a kind experience can be expected for an unforgettable trip. Located in the heart of Rome, this hotel is beautiful and easy to get where you need or want to go from.
7 hrs ago | Marine News
Technip was awarded by The Bahrain Petroleum Company a significant contract on a reimbursable basis to develop the Front-End Engineering Design of the refinery located in the Kingdom of Bahrain. The FEED contract covers four main work packages that include units aimed at processing the "bottom of the barrel" components to high value products, and all associated offsites and utilities to provide seamless integration with existing refinery facilities earmarked for retention post this major modernization.
11 hrs ago | The Stranger
Don't blame yourself or your partner - blame the fact that you may not have one. Anna Pulley writing at Salon : If you've been one of the countless people searching in vain for the elusive Grafenburg spot or wondering why you aren't gushing like Old Faithful each time someone makes a "come hither" motion in your vagina, then search and wonder no more.
12 hrs ago | Manila Bulletin
The Catholic Church observes today the Feast of Saint Robert Bellarmine , the patron of canonists and a Doctor of the Universal Church. Commemorative masses will be held in several Catholic churches in many parts of the world including the Philippines in memory of the venerated Italian Jesuit priest.
16 hrs ago | Daily Herald
Chef Arturo Alvarez recently took on the daunting task of creating reduced-calorie versions of hearty Italian favorites for Maggiano's. The lighter menu items debuted in Vernon Hills this summer and will be introduced at other Maggiano's locations this fall.
To celebrate the Wharf Centennial and honor its Italian fishing heritage, a special Wharf Bocce Court will be constructed for the October 4th celebration proudly sponsored by Santa Cruz Dante Society. The Dante Alighieri Society is a 135-year-old organization headquartered in Rome, Italy.
Upon learning from David Landis that Uber is offering a "ride-sharing" option, allowing strangers to sit side by side to get from one place to another, Michele Heisler asked, "Isn't that called Muni?" Ignazio Marino , mayor of Rome, was in town last week, and Consul General of Italy Mauro Battocchi hosted a reception for him. Driving there, I was thinking that his interests here would be the usual ones that have occupied visiting dignitaries in recent years: technology and business.
ROME, Italy - Pope Francis spoke on Saturday at a cemetery only a few miles from where his Italian grandfather fought in the trenches along the Isonzo River near the Slovenian border in World War I. It was on one of his most impassioned speeches yet as he watches the storm clouds of a new global disaster gathering on the horizon. All war, he said, is "madness."
In Pakistan, revolting prejudice in the name of religion, ethnicity and pride has been reared, preserved and justified. Tall claims are made to being proponents of a peaceful religion and seeking respect for it As was the case in the 1930s, the global forces of reaction are emerging with populist appeals directed against immigrants, ethnic and sectarian minorities.
Just a few steps away from Rome's traffic jams, blaring sirens and sticky heat, the city's Non-Catholic Cemetery is a garden of breezes and greenery, of crickets, birdsong, roses and pomegranate trees. Not surprisingly, it is also a magnet for visitors.
Rome, Italy, Sep 12, 2014 / 04:46 pm .- An Italian couple to be married over the weekend by Pope Francis say they could not wish for anything more than to receive the Sacrament of Matrimony from the pontiff who has influenced their lives so greatly. "Getting married by Pope Francis and marrying the man of my life is the apex of everything I could want," said Laura Carpuso, a Catholic woman in the Diocese of Rome who will tie the knot with fianc Marco Purcaro in a Sept.
The Sorrento peninsula and the Bay of Napleshas attractedvisitors for centuries in search of its outstanding scenery, tranquility and some of the most remarkable sights from throughout history.Invasions by the Greeks, Phoenicians and Saracens have all left theirlegacies - but none more so than the Romans. Even 2000 years ago the attributes of the region were well known with the Emperors Tiberius and Augustus, together with countless members of the ruling elite, having villas here.
Mary Ann Esposito, host of the longest-running cooking show on public television, travels around the United States and Rome, Italy in search of recipes that can be prepared in thirty-minutes or less for a busy audience that has time to enjoy great Italian food but doesn' t always have time to prepare it "the old way."
Note: We do not store your email address but your IP address will be logged to prevent abuse of this feature. Please read our Legal Terms & Policies It's something that most Romans - and most Italians - thought would never happen.
In the walls of the earliest Christian catacombs outside Rome, Italy are countless small tombs, only a foot or two across. These gravesites mark the burial places of infants that were commonly cast out of their pagan homes and left to die of starvation and exposure.
Updated: Tue Sep 16, 2014 06:24 pm
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