Palermo in Palermo, The Sound of Rivers

Palermo in Palermo, The Sound of Rivers

Sunday 3rd September – Friday 27th October 2017 Alessandro Librio “Palermo in Palermo, The Sound of Rivers” In the heart of Palermo historical city centre, within the Arab-Norman Unesco’s path, one of the biggest installations ever created. A sound  route covering over 2900 m, 728.296 m² the area supposed to be closed to traffic for […]

Lucky Tony D’amico Joins Leeds Super Casino as 200th Employee

Lucky Tony D’amico Joins Leeds Super Casino as 200th Employee

The £30m Victoria Gate Casino in Leeds, UK is welcoming its 200th employee – all the way from Sicily. Antonino D’Amico has travelled more than 1,800 miles to follow his dream of working at the impressive new super casino in Leeds. The 29-year-old from Palermo in Sicily is the casino’s 200th employee and has taken […]

SICILIAN RESTAURANT REVIVES THE ICONIC STOCKPOT

SICILIAN RESTAURANT REVIVES THE ICONIC STOCKPOT

Traditional English breakfast alongside authentic Sicilian granita Enzo Oliveri: “Pure London spirit” LONDON, 21 March 2017 – Traditional English breakfast alongside authentic Sicilian granita, brioche and blood orange juice; Italian restaurant “TastingSicily Enzo’s Kitchen” in Piccadilly has a new menu offering two popular meals side by side and revives the iconic “Stockpot” brand at the […]

From Sicily to the World: Sicilian Roots Music

From Sicily to the World: Sicilian Roots Music

Sicily, once the Mediterranean’s powerhouse of culture and industry  for millennia, is now  again rightly being recognized throughout the world for its achievements in such fields as literature, art,  cuisine, agriculture and commerce.  If folk singer Michela Musolino has her way, the world will get to know Sicilian folk music, too. Musolino, the Sicilian-American singer, […]

Times of Sicily Mag Hot off the Press

Times of Sicily Mag Hot off the Press

After 5 years of an increasing and continuing online presence, the Times of Sicily is now proud to say that it is launching its first paper magazine.  It is hoped that Edition 0 2016/17 will be the first of our annual releases, representing a variety of content, from the fields of art, ancestry, current affairs, […]

Book review: The Bastard of Saint Genevra by Diane Gallagher

Book review: The Bastard of Saint Genevra by Diane Gallagher

by the Rev. Dawn Braithwaite, MDiv Dawn Braithwaite is the community leader at the Cowichan Centre for Peaceful Community and manages the not-for-profit Global Initiatives Fair Trade Store.  An activist and a feminist, she is a world traveller and an avid reader. *   *   *   *   * The Bastard of Saint Genevra is a story […]

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