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Someone Stole Pieces of a Saint's Brain from an Italian Church
Strangely enough, it's not the first time a thief has jacked the body parts of a dead religious figure.
Kraftwerk to Play Eight of Their Albums at Italy’s Club to Club Festival
The electronic music pioneers will take on eight shows in four days, with each performance dedicated to one album.
This Is What Happens When an Italian Cheesemaker and Brewer Get Drunk
When the two families behind Italy’s oldest brewery and famed Turin cheesemakers Botalla came together for a boozy dinner, Italy's first beer cheese was born.
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Naples Restaurant Offers Cut-Price Pizza To Coincide With Gonzalo Higuain’s First Injury at Juventus
This throws up a unique ethical conundrum: is it okay to profit from someone else’s suffering, if there’s delicious pizza involved?
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Will Turin Become Italy's First Vegan City?
Over the next five years, Appendino's newly formed council plans to prioritize educating the children of Turin on the environmental impact of meat production in the hopes that it will reduce consumption for future generations.
The VICE Morning Bulletin
This morning, Trump says he'd consider racial profiling, the Supreme Court will hear a challenge to gun control laws in two states, Star Trek actors mourn Anton Yelchin, and more.
Inside the Experimental 'Radical Discos' of 1960s Italy
In the late 1960s, radical Italian architects way ahead of their time built conceptual clubs that catered to the emerging counterculture movement in the country. Unfortunately, a decade after it started, the movement faded into obscurity.
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My First Club: I-Robots
The Italian producer opens up about an early cosmic disco disaster.
Three Cold Nights Raving at Movement Turin Proved Summer Is Definitely Overrated
Floorplan, Henrik Schwarz, Kerri Chandler and shitloads of pasta. Oh, the joys of Winter festivals.
People All Over Italy Are Angry at Their Government
The "Pitchfork" movement, which started as a group of Sicilian farmers pushing for government reforms, has morphed into something a lot bigger: citizens from all over the country taking to the streets to shout about how awful everything is.