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The first call to the police station rang at ten o’clock on a Sunday evening, August 30, 1970. Strangely, the day had been almost autumnal, a rarity for that time of the year. The caller reported a murder in the … Continue reading
In 1965, in the last episode in black and white of The Ed Sullivan Show, The Beatles sang “She’s got a ticket to ride“, but no one could imagine that the happy ride of the Western bourgeoisie was to finish … Continue reading
If in antiquity the world ended with the Pillars of Hercules, in the 50ies the border of the world is the Iron Curtain. Everything is simple, so to speak: on one side the good ones, on the other side … Continue reading
Rarely, if ever, an actor can be so strongly identified with a city, so one can say: Alberto Sordi is Rome and Rome is Alberto Sordi. Alberto Sordi is the Roman par excellence, and perhaps more: he represents the “average” … Continue reading
This is a story of angels and demons, but it’s not a fiction by Dan Brown. It’s reality. However, we would have preferred it to be just a fiction with a gangster, a bishop, a politician and a teen-age girl … Continue reading
It is normal to feel nostalgic for the time past. But recently I found myself feeling nostalgic for a time past before I was even born. Perhaps it is evidence of the Hinduistic doctrine of reincarnation or maybe I … Continue reading
If you’re coming to Rome next spring or next summer and you’ve already booked your apartment in Rome you don’t want to miss the opportunity to spend at least a week-end swimming in the turquoise waters of the unspoiled Island … Continue reading
One of the advantages you have when you rent a holiday apartment instead of staying in an hotel is that you have a fully equipped kitchen and a common space as a living room at your disposal. This means that … Continue reading
Traveling to Rome with Kids is very exciting. There are lots of things that are specifically for children as we have already seen in this blog. But most of the wonders that you can visit in Rome are considered to … Continue reading
A recent internal Vatican memo for the attention of Pope Benedict , written in German, and leaked to an Italian newspaper, reports some controversial assertions allegedly made by the Cardinale of Palermo, the capital city of Sicily, Mons. Paolo Romeo, … Continue reading