Blurred Nationalities across the North Atlantic

Blurred Nationalities across the North Atlantic

Long before the mid-nineteenth century, thousands of people were constantly moving between the United States and British North America, and Leghorn, Genoa, Naples, Rome, Sicily, Piedmont, Lombardy, Venice and Trieste. Predominantly traders, sailors, transient workers, Catholic priests and seminarians, this group relied on the exchange of goods across the Atlantic to solidify transatlantic relations; during this period, stories about the New…

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Mio Men

Mio Men

In kinder, gentler times, there was a man who came around on his truck to deliver what I liked to call the two Sisters of Soda: Mio and Brio. Mio was clear and fizzy and I loved her. I didn’t really know Brio. I was taught that after you suck on the siphon tube to get a good gulp of red wine flowing into an empty…

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The Beauty of the Unknown: The Work of Giuseppe Di Leo

The Beauty of the Unknown: The Work of Giuseppe Di Leo

The Artist There is a mystery inside of every one of us. A place that we can’t begin to understand that exists independently of our thoughts and actions. A place that just is, that we may never encounter, never even know about. It is perhaps from this place that creativity flows – unrestrained, uncontrolled, limitless. While some people may fear…

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