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  1. 1,000 Foo Fighters fans in Italy plan to simultaneously play 'Learn to Fly'Read the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | NME

    Up to 1,000 Foo Fighters fans in Italy are planning to simultaneously play 'Learn to Fly' in order to catch the attention of the band and get them to perform near them. Through organising what could possibly be the world's largest cover band, the fans, based in the northern Italian city of Cesena, are hoping that their rendition of Foo Fighters' 1999 hit will lead to a concert in Italy's Romagna region.

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  2. News Analysis: Land, properties keep Italy wineries' value highRead the original story

    8 hrs ago | Xinhuanet

    Wine production remains one of the most valuable assets of "made in Italy" and will keep its attractiveness even if profitability of the business has visibly decreased during the economic crisis, according to the latest Wine Monitor report of Bologna-based institute Nomisma. Land values and other "immaterial factors" have contributed to preserve the overall appeal of the sector, according to the report.

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  3. Doxee Positioned as a Visionary in the Gartner Magic Quadrant for...Read the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | OutputLinks

    San Jose, CA and Modena, Italy - December 18, 2014 - Doxee, a leader in enterprise-class Customer Communication Management and Document Output Production solutions, today announced that, for the second consecutive year, Gartner has positioned Doxee in the "Visionaries" quadrant in its Magic Quadrant for Customer Communications Management Software[1]. This year Doxee has been placed furthest and highest in the Visionaries Quadrant for both "completeness of vision" and "ability to execute."

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  4. Italian Man Forming 1,000-Person Cover Band To Bring Foo Fighters To His CityRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | Stereogum

    I don't speak Italian, but it appears a resident of the northern Italian city Cesena is putting together a 1,000-person Foo Fighters cover band in an effort to attract Dave Grohl's band to their city. At least that's what the Reddit user who posted the clip has sussed out.

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  5. Trattoria al Forno Fab rustic ItalianRead the original story

    15 hrs ago | OrlandoSentinel.com

    Trattoria al Forno executive chef Dee Foundoukis, with her team, at the new Italian eatery at Disney's Boardwalk. In the space formerly occupied by Cat Cora's Kouzzina, Trattoria al Forno has emerged with local produce, wood-fired pizzas, housemade pastas and mozzarella, imported charcuterie and an Italian wine list representing Italy's 20 wine regions.

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  6. Little Silver: Tastes of (Little) ItalyRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | Red Bank Green

    Shopping at Ferrucci's Gourmet Delicatessen in the Prospect Plaza strip mall in Little Silver is like stepping into a classic Italian grocery store, according to a customer who stopped in to pick up pizza dough brought in from Brooklyn. It's as good as Arthur Avenue in the Bronx, he said.

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  7. Study finds reefs reduce wave energy by 97%Read the original story

    22 hrs ago | Environmental News Network

    We have a lot of stake in the coast. Coastal waters are where we host fisheries, build homes and turn to for tourism and recreation.

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  8. Right at Home: Artistry and artifice in new tilesRead the original story

    Yesterday | San Mateo Daily Journal

    Tile has a rich and varied history in decor, from Roman floor mosaics to majolica to Delft ceramics to Mexican terracotta. These styles and more continue to inspire artistry.

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  9. Why the selfie stick is the most controversial gift of 2014Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | New York Post

    It's a sunny Friday afternoon on the Brooklyn Bridge, yet Tarsila Ferreira is proudly holding what appears to be the shaft of an umbrella. Attached at the top: her smartphone.

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  10. Dining beyond the bubble: A story about noodlesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Easy Reader News

    Noodles are a symbol of longevity and good fortune. In China, where they were making noodles as early as 3000 B.C., noodles are a mainstay of the New Year celebration.

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  11. Campaign 2012THIS is My SideRead the original story

    Nov 7, 2011 | American Reporter

    If you went to Google tonight and searched for the terms "E Cat Rossi Associated Press" you'd get 1,430,000 results from blogs, Web sites and magazines like Wired.com . That number will grow.

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  12. Lineup Announced for Film Theatre Performance Festival, Jan 29-30 at the Segal CenterRead the original story

    Wednesday | BroadwayWorld.com

    The Martin E. Segal Theatre Center announces its inaugural international Segal Film Festival on Theatre and Performance . The film festival will take place all day long on Thursday, January 29 and Friday, January 30, 2015 at The Segal Theatre Center, The Graduate Center, CUNY in New York City.

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  13. Books Issue: Kitchen litRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Creative Loafing Tampa

    It's a great year for cookbooks. There literally is something for everyone. If you're shopping for a super foodie friend, however, Never Trust a Skinny Italian Chef is the way to go.

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  14. Telecom Italia: with “Italia Connessa” alongside...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | WebWire

    The third edition of 'Italia Connessa - Agende Digitali Regionali' , the Telecom Italia report that provides a snapshot of the level of digitalisation of the Italian Regions, aimed at providing local authorities a contribution towards analysis and development for the Regional Digital Agendas and Plans, was presented today in Rome. Municipality Capannori, in the province of Lucca, is the winner of the 'Italia Connessa 2014' contest.

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  15. New Market Research Report: Cremonini S.p.A. (Foodservice):...Read the original story

    Wednesday | PR-inside.com

    The profile contains a company overview, key facts, major products and services, SWOT analysis, business description, company history, key employees as well as company locations and subsidiaries. Summary This report is a crucial resource for industry executives and anyone looking to access key information about "Cremonini S.p.A. The report utilizes a wide range of primary and secondary sources, which are analyzed and presented in a consistent and easily accessible format.

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  16. Off the Map with Italy's Best Truffle HunterRead the original story

    Wednesday | Eater

    I'd been in Emilia-Romagna for a week, sampling cheese, drinking wine, and drooling over slices of exquisite salumi. Because it was October, always hovering on the edge of these experiences was the white truffle.

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  17. Happy birthday, chikungunya (in the Americas)Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Crofs Blogs

    The virus was first found in 1953 in Tanzania, and until recently was considered one of many minor mosquito-borne diseases in Asia and Africa. However, a single mutationfrom alanine to valine at position 226 of the envelope glycoprotein of the virus led to increased adaptation in terms of infectivity to Aedes albopictus mosquitoes.

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  18. Naked Salvini eBay Photo Shoot Woos Italian VotersRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 16 | Austrian Times

    Matteo Salvini, the 41-year-old leader of the Italian anti-euro Northern League party, is auctioning off signed pictures from a bare-chested bedroom photoshoot to underline his status as the newest sensation in Italian politics. And the politician says that although he takes his work very seriously he does not take life outside of work too seriously, as the photos illustrate.

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  19. Dr Giorgini Insuvis: your natural food supplement to prevent hyperglycemiaRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 16 | PR Log

    PRLog - Dec. 16, 2014 - BOLOGNA, Italy -- Most cells in the human body use the sugar called glucose as their major source of energy. Glucose molecules are broken down within cells in order to produce adenosine triphosphate molecules, energy-rich molecules that power numerous cellular processes.

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  20. Ahead of film, nephew recalls 'uncle-priest' at heart of 1858 scandalRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 16 | The Times of Israel

    There are several family pictures on the dresser in Gustavo Latis's spacious bedroom. Smiling children and grandchildren, but also parents, uncles and aunts are displayed - many beloved memories from his 94 years.

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