How Migrants Helped to Rejuvenate a Struggling Town
A few years ago, the Sicilian town of Sutera found a renewed sense of purpose after it started welcoming migrant families. Now, Italy's anti-immigration policies are threatening this new balance.
This Guy Spent a Week Inside Italian Catacombs Taking Photos of Corpses
More than 8,000 mummies line the walls of Sicily's ancient, eerie Capuchin Catacombs.
Photos of a Punk Scene You Never Knew Existed
Photographer Fabio Sgroi's new book documents the birth of counterculture on Sicily, and a punk concert in an asylum.
How to Be Fashionable on a Budget
"I might not have an ID card or any other documents, but fashion is my way of saying: 'I am Abdoullaye, this is who I am.'"
Abdoullaye, as told to Giuseppe Francaviglia
Capturing the Lingering Effects of the Mafia in Modern Day Sicily
We spoke to Sicilian photographer Mimi Mollica about power, corruption, murder and merchandise.
What It’s Like to Be a 13-Year-Old in the Eye of the Refugee Crisis
The awarding-winning documentary 'Fire at Sea' is a harrowing and personal look at the migrant crisis on a tiny island near Italy.
Watch Eddie Eat Fish Sperm in a Deleted Scene from 'Huang's World'
Eddie Huang is coming back to the small screen on September 19, and we've got a sneak peek of what's to come on his VICELAND series.
Watch the Trailer for the Sicilian Episode of 'Huang's World'
Watch the trailer for a very Sicilian episode of Huang's World.
Letizia Battaglia's Stunning Photos of Sicily's Mafia Men and the Pain They Caused
We spoke to the octogenarian photojournalist about her life behind the camera.
A Stunning Montage of 1500 Panoramas Expand over the Horizon
See Sicily from this geometric vantage point.
Europe or Die: Our Documentary About the Migrant Crisis
An in-depth look at the situation playing out in the Mediterranean.
The Mob Delusion: A Life According to 'Goodfellas'
I spent my high school years working at an Italian market that I thought was something out of <i>Goodfellas</i>. And then I realised the mob life was never really for me.
Alex J. Mann