Located in the Municipio III, a north-eastern subsection of Rome, lies a neighbourhood whose inhabitants are rolling up their sleeves to tackle deterioration through a series of community-based projects.
If you have ever holidayed in Croatia or Slovenia, then you will have undoubtedly heard the songs of Oliver Dragojević and Gibonni on the radio or playing in public. Their musical style and voice are unmistakable. After hearing their songs playing randomly a couple of times you will already find yourself able to recognise them.
The exhibition Imago Mundi -Rotte Mediterranee (Mediterranean routes) opened its doors on 18 February 2017. The show features 19 countries whose shores are lapped by the Mediterranean Sea in 3,500 stories that are at once so different and yet so similar. We have visited it for you.
From Palermo to the traditional country, blues and folk music of America. After releasing his first EP Lost Every Night Alone in 2013, Manuel Bellone released Light From The Grave in the spring of 2015, a self-produced album that depicts emotions and moods. Promoting the album took him on tour across Italy and Northern Europe. [Interview]
(Opinion) Last month, Palermo was declared Italy's "Youth Capital 2017". It is an important national award which gives recognition to the city that has carried out the best initiatives for the younger generation. But does Palermo deserve this title?