Il Circolo Culturale Italiano di Montreal

Circolo Culturale Italiano, Liberal Arts College, Concordia University, Montreal In the midst of a long, cold Montreal winter, many of us dream of escaping the city’s grey, windy, and snow-covered streets for warmer climes. Some fantasize about sun-drenched countryside, fine food and wine, or the sand of Mediterranean beaches. Others imagine ancient ruins, medieval cloisters, […]

Broken Finger, Broken Rule

The Difference between Tourists and Travelers We received this article from Maria one of our readers and we liked it. When it comes to traveling, I’ll be the first to admit that I am a bit of a snob, for I consider myself not a tourist, but a traveler. To me, the word tourist has […]

Calcio Fiorentino: the origins of football

Before soccer, before rugby, before football, in Florence there was “Calcio Fiorentino”! “Calcio Fiorentino” (Florentine kick game) or “Calcio Storico”, takes origins from Greeks and Romans and it was played from centuries in Florence. The match is played in the sand of a temporary arena in Santa Croce Square. The rules are …no rules (almost). […]

Our Italian Side

by Maria Many of us are several generations away from our Italian ancestors that emigrated from Italy all those years ago. We have lived elsewhere for all our lives, as our parents before us have. Still, we hold our Italian side close, hungry for all things Italian—and not just the food, although it plays a […]

Auguri a tutte le mamme!

Auguri Mamma! Auguri a tutte le mamme! Happy mother’s day! Mamma, son tanto felice perché ritorno da te. La mia canzone ti dice ch’è il più bel sogno per me! Mamma son tanto felice… Viver lontano perché? Mamma, solo per te la mia canzone vola, Mamma, sarai con me, tu non sarai più sola! Quanto […]

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