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  • Riccardo Muti 'resting comfortably' after surgery

    Riccardo Muti 'resting comfortably' after surgery
    Chicago Symphony Orchestra music director Riccardo Muti is expected to be released Tuesday from a hospital in Milan, Italy, where on Monday morning he successfully underwent a hernia operation. "Maestro Muti’s surgery went smoothly and he is...
  • Italian official: Dual-language program is looking molto bene

    Italian official: Dual-language program is looking molto bene
    Students studying Italian at Franklin Elementary were paid a visit Wednesday by Paola Ebranati, the education director for the Italian consulate in San Francisco. The Milan-born Ebranati, who was raised near the Alps in northern Italy, toured the...
  • Elliott Carter, preeminent American composer, is dead at 103

    Elliott Carter, preeminent American composer, is dead at 103
    Elliott Carter, one of the preeminent American composers of the past century, has died at 103. He died of natural causes at his home in New York, according to his close friend and assistant Virgil Blackwell. A prolific composer who won two Pulitzer...
  • Orlando Sentinel restaurant review: Epcot's Tutto Italia

    Orlando Sentinel restaurant review: Epcot's Tutto Italia
    Disney opened Tutto Italia at Epcot's Italy Pavilion in 2007, replacing L'Originale Alfredo di Roma Ristorante, which had an impressive 25-year run. The menu remained classic Italian with lightly fried calamari fritti, polenta, a range of pasta dishes,...
  • Naples' Baroque glory

    Naples' Baroque glory
    Naples, Italy — The ticket taker on the train from Rome had to shout to get my attention. I was staring out the window, iPod cranked up high, the divine voice of Cecilia Bartoli pouring Baroque soap bubbles into my ears. "Sacrificium," the...
  • Sitting down with three generations of Missoni

    Sitting down with three generations of Missoni
    Missoni is having a moment. Last month, the Italian luxury label's Missoni for Target collaboration was so hotly sought after that it caused the retailer's website to crash. EBay was flooded with resales of the stuff — some 21,000 items at one...
  • Vivid colors, '70s vibes and Italian craftsmanship at Milan Fashion Week

    Vivid colors, '70s vibes and Italian craftsmanship at Milan Fashion Week
    Making a statement with color. 1970s nostalgia for Mary Tyler Moore and Cher. An appreciation of fine Italian craftsmanship, right down to the table linens. Those are just a few of the takeaways from Milan Fashion Week's display of style for next spring....
  • In fashion, the brand plays on

    In fashion, the brand plays on
    Any doubt that there would be life for the Alexander McQueen brand after the death of its founder should have vanished over the last two weeks. The hoopla surrounding the opening of the "Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty" exhibition at the Metropolitan...
  • Milan Fashion Week: Prada's spring collection a fun mix

    Milan Fashion Week: Prada's spring collection a fun mix
    There was an assembly-line quality to the beginning of Miuccia Prada's spring show Thursday, the highlight of Milan Fashion Week. Set on a raised metal platform with industrial-style lighting, the models came out one after another, wearing boxy short-...
  • At 100, the Zegna textile firm and suit maker is looking good

    At 100, the Zegna textile firm and suit maker is looking good
    The Italian textile manufacturer and men's suit maker Ermenegildo Zegna is scheduled to bring its yearlong, peripatetic centennial celebration to its Beverly Hills store on Tuesday. At almost exactly the same time, New York Fashion Week hits full stride...
  • Nail art goes from niche to mainstream

    Nail art goes from niche to mainstream
    Whether it's tiny Union Jacks, tuxedos, stripes, crystal flowers or caviar pearls, nail art has gone mainstream. No longer relegated to the subculture sidelines or the subject of mockery, nail art has become an everyday indulgence, and not just for...
  • McManus: All pain, no gain in southern Europe

    McManus: All pain, no gain in southern Europe
    Milan, Italy — From the American side of the Atlantic, the debate over Europe's economic future often sounds like a bloodless, mind-numbing discussion of currency zones, bank recapitalization and interest rates. But in countries with fragile...