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TSA ROME_Sicily Lab 2010 By marcella del signore
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::PUBLIC SPACES in the MEDITERRANEAN context: SPACE, TIME and Information TECHNOLOGY:::: ::: PLUG-IN FOR MICRO and MACRO URBAN INTERVENTIONS::: Workshop : Tulane University, School of Architecture... More > - Rome Program + Sicily Lab at Gioiosa Marea , 10-20 September 2010 Antonino Saggio [nITro La Sapienza Roma] Marcella Del Signore and Tiffany Lin [Tulane University New Orleans] Antonino Di Raimo [nITro Group]< Less
TSA ROME_Sicily Lab 2009 By Marcella Del Signore
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::PUBLIC SPACES in the MEDITERRANEAN context: SPACE, TIME and Information TECHNOLOGY:::::::::::::: ::::::::STRATEGIES FOR TEMPORARY URBAN INTERVENTIONS:::::::: Workshop : Tulane University, School of... More > Architecture - Rome Program + Sicily Lab at Gioiosa Marea 18-27 September 2009 Antonino Saggio [nITro La Sapienza Roma] Marcella Del Signore and Bruce Goodwin [Tulane University School of Architecture New Orleans] Gernot Riether [Georgia Instituteof Technology] Anders Hermund [Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts Copenhagen]< Less
The Legend of the Haunted Rocca Busambra Mountains of Western Sicily By Vito Quattrocchi
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Angelo Quattrocchi was a very stubborn man, and so he ignored the old woman, Santucch, the village seer and practitioner of Benedicaria, when she warned him not to defy the evil creatures called... More > "The Gregori," the old ones of the mountains,who held the village of Corleone in a grip of fear and extortion by the use of an ancient and evil magic . However,defy them he did, setting off a series of events that began a spiritual war that lasted thirteen years. The folk magic tradition of Benedicaria comes alive in this legendary adventure story of True love, revenge, and heroism set in the heart land of Western Sicily.< Less
The Legend of the Haunted Rocca Busambra Mountains of Western Sicily By Vito Quattrocchi
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Angelo Quattrocchi was a very stubborn man, and so he ignored the old woman, Santucch, the village seer and practitioner of Benedicaria, when she warned him not to defy the evil creatures called... More > "The Gregori," the old ones of the mountains,who held the village of Corleone in a grip of fear and extortion by the use of an ancient and evil magic . However,defy them he did, setting off a series of events that began a spiritual war that lasted thirteen years. The folk magic tradition of Benedicaria comes alive in this legendary adventure story of True love, revenge, and heroism set in the heart land of Western Sicily.< Less
Sicilian Streats: A Travelogue Through Sicily’s Vibrant Street Food and Culture By Stephanie Tantillo
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Stephanie Tantillo has always loved Sicily and its glorious food. Her father immigrated to the United States of America from Bagheria, and her mother is third-generation American-Sicilian. The... More > family went on regular vacations to the island as she was growing up. As a pastry chef, bread baker, and food correspondent with CBS, she’s always surprised how little people know about Sicilian cuisine—and knowledge of its street food is even scarcer. In this deeply personal account, she celebrates her trips to Sicily and her love of its culture and people. She also shares what she learned living with a Sicilian chef during an academic year abroad. The heart of the book, however, takes readers on an epic journey of Sicily’s street food. With food as her focus—and the pictures to go along with it—she reveals the mysteries of one of Europe’s most fascinating and diverse places.< Less
Sicilian Streats: A Travelogue through Sicily’s Vibrant Street Food and Culture By Stephanie Tantillo
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Stephanie Tantillo has always loved Sicily and its glorious food. Her father immigrated to the United States of America from Bagheria, and her mother is third-generation American-Sicilian. The... More > family went on regular vacations to the island as she was growing up. As a pastry chef, bread baker, and food correspondent with CBS, she’s always surprised how little people know about Sicilian cuisine—and knowledge of its street food is even scarcer. In this deeply personal account, she celebrates her trips to Sicily and her love of its culture and people. She also shares what she learned living with a Sicilian chef during an academic year abroad. The heart of the book, however, takes readers on an epic journey of Sicily’s street food. With food as her focus—and the pictures to go along with it—she reveals the mysteries of one of Europe’s most fascinating and diverse places.< Less
Sicilian Streats: A Travelogue through Sicily’s Vibrant Street Food and Culture By Stephanie Tantillo
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Stephanie Tantillo has always loved Sicily and its glorious food. Her father immigrated to the United States of America from Bagheria, and her mother is third-generation American-Sicilian. The family... More > went on regular vacations to the island as she was growing up. As a pastry chef, bread baker, and food correspondent with CBS, she’s always surprised how little people know about Sicilian cuisine—and knowledge of its street food is even scarcer. In this deeply personal account, she celebrates her trips to Sicily and her love of its culture and people. She also shares what she learned living with a Sicilian chef during an academic year abroad. The heart of the book, however, takes readers on an epic journey of Sicily’s street food. With food as her focus—and the pictures to go along with it—she reveals the mysteries of one of Europe’s most fascinating and diverse places.< Less
Where All Men are Free: A Story of Immigration from Sicily to America's Capitol By Angela Thaden Hahn
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This is the story of immigration from Sicily to Washington, D. C., at the turn of the last century, as told through the families of Romeo, Motta, Chite, and Longo. The author uses careful... More > documentation to create a narrative, which follows these families from La Miseria in the Mezzogiorno, to their new home via steerage passage and Ellis Island. The reader will gain an appreciation and admiration for these brave and determined individuals.< Less
Where All Men are Free: A Story of Immigration from Sicily to America's Capitol By Angela Thaden Hahn
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This is the story of immigration from Sicily to Washington, D. C., at the turn of the last century, as told through the families of Romeo, Motta, Chite, and Longo. The author uses careful... More > documentation to create a narrative, which follows these families from La Miseria in the Mezzogiorno, to their new home via steerage passage and Ellis Island. The reader will gain an appreciation and admiration for these brave and determined individuals.< Less
Ever your own, Johnnie, Sicily and Italy, 1943-45 By Nick Kemp
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‘Ever your own, Johnnie, Sicily and Italy, 1943-45’ is the concluding book of the ‘Ever your own, Johnnie’ trilogy. It describes, through his letters and diaries, the... More > day-to-day life of R.S.M. John Kemp of the 76th Heavy Anti-Aircraft Regiment, Royal Artillery, from the time of his landing in Sicily, illness and hospital in Algiers, and the subsequent return to his Regiment in Italy. It tells of the conversion of the Regiment to a field artillery role on the Gothic Line, and of the conflict in the final push north to defeat of the Germans in Italy, followed by the long wait as an army of occupation before returning home on New Year’s Eve 1945.< Less

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