Category: Features

11.08.17

Neapolitan true gluten-free pizza

For the gluten-free folks out there craving a delicious and satisfying slice of pizza, look no further! World Pizza Champion Andrea Cozzolino shares his recipe for a truly authentic Neapolitan gluten free pizza. TO PREPARE A DELICIOUSLY TASTY gluten-free pizza isn’t all that difficult, thanks to the one and only Caputo Flour produced in my … Continue reading Neapolitan true gluten-free pizza

06.08.17

The aerial photography of Margaret Bourke-White on the Volturno valley

CONNECTING THE PRESENT WITH THE FORGOTTEN PAST “Life is like a landscape. You live in the midst of it but can describe it only from the vantage point of distance.” Charles Lindbergh Cultural Documents are researching the images of Margaret Bourke-White as part of a programme. It uses historic and contemporary art and documentary photography … Continue reading The aerial photography of Margaret Bourke-White on the Volturno valley

31.07.17

Yes, the world is truly small!

How two “paesani” from a little town in Basilicata happened to meet unexpectedly for the first time in a Queensland holiday suburb How many times in life have you said “com’è piccolo il mondo!” (what a small world!). It is a common refrain that I recently found myself saying out loud yet again. A couple … Continue reading Yes, the world is truly small!

21.07.17

The afflatus rediscovered in the old songs our fathers used to sing

Daniele Ciurleo-Larubina’s essence of his mastery lies in the seemingly effortless ability to transition from musician to composer, from arranger to conductor. Born in Australia the late 1960’s to Italian migrants, Daniele grew up surrounded by the music his father Michael found inspiration in: the classic Neapolitan and Italian popular songs of the 1940’s, 50’s … Continue reading The afflatus rediscovered in the old songs our fathers used to sing

16.07.17

Italian Teacher Returns to Childhood Roots for Debut Bilingual Book

From a young age, Daniela Pruiti Ciarello would often get lost in the magical worlds of the fairy tales and fables she was told. “I’ve always been a dreamer,” she proclaims. “Faries, goblins, dragons and magic mirrors populated my childhood, and I often nestle into this world to escape from reality.” Her need to escape during a … Continue reading Italian Teacher Returns to Childhood Roots for Debut Bilingual Book

11.07.17

A Melbourne place where Caesar or Cicero would hang about to pursue their public career

The Roman forum was a public space: the key political, ritual and civic center. If I were to compare it to a modern day equivalent in Melbourne, then Cafè Brunetti in Carlton meets the criteria. It is my third year working at Brunetti and it has been more than a part time job while attending … Continue reading A Melbourne place where Caesar or Cicero would hang about to pursue their public career

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