A Milano Street Scene in Black and White
Strolling along the tree-lined boulevards of Milano on the way to the Brera District.
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Charlotte’s Web in Italian via Instagram
I came across an Italian version of “Charlotte’s Web” and had to share it with Orazio for his daughter, Carlotta, which you can probably guess, is the Italian version of Charlotte.
Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II in Milan at Night
The world’s first shopping mall.😀 An amazing place I visited on a number of occasions during this trip. Also home to an amazing Leonardo exhibit.
This is adjacent to the Piazza del Duomo and was filled with people and music each evening. A perfect place for passeggiata, and Italian evening stroll.
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Feeling quite cosmopolitan heading off to Europe again. The SRN (Screenwriting Research Network) Conference gives us a reason — and college support — to go so many interesting places — like last year’s trip to New Zealand. #swissair #swiss #switzerland #italy #milan #milano #travel #srnconference2018 #srnconference via Instagram
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My next book in progress!
Working hard every day on my book on Giuseppe Garibaldi — “In Search of Unity” — for the Mentoris Project.
Done by the end of Summer.
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The Mentoris Project Book Launch Party And Reading With Dr. Rosanne Welch
I was deeply honored to be asked to read a section of my novel America’s Forgotten Founding Father (on the life of Filippo Mazzei) at the launch party for the entire Mentoris Book Project, which includes over 30 books about famous Italians and Italian Americans. At the Italian Cultural Institute in Westwood over a hundred family and friends gathered to celebrate this new publishing venture created by Robert Barbera under the umbrella of his Barbera Foundation. The evening also offered the chance to meet the director of the Italian Cultural Institute, Valeria Rumori and her cultural attache, Leonilde Callocchia.
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