Stories featuring the beauty, splendor and local color of Sicily
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The terrible story that lies at the heart of one of the most productive sulfur mines in all of Sicily
You'll remember a couple of months ago when I wrote about taking and not passing the driver's exam (I refuse to say fail here as this test is not pass/fail. It's you got questions to answers you happen to know, or the gods were against you and you didn't
The "Father of Photojournalism" captures the exceptionally personal story of conflict and the devastating effects of violence on the lives of those in its midst.
For most of our lives, Franca and I have tried to stay in control of our life’s direction and not let it choose the path for us. Strangely enough, the hurdles to that endeavor are substantial. All those things I wrote about last week: Finding the right job. Having
What could a young mayor, the hoary Mafia, and an endangered breed of donkeys possibly have in common?
When we owned Alimentaire we sourced many of our ingredients from the local terroir. Doing that required a lot of effort, time, and expense, but we managed to do that pretty well. In Sicily, one doesn’t have to travel great distances to keep one’s diet to the local
Percorsi Siciliani It’s easy to find fault in the way the hinterland of Sicily is disconnected from the rest of the island. Driving conditions aren’t always ideal, with many hairpin turns, switchbacks, and even jaunts through what are probably private pastures or farmland. I’ve had many conversations