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    She bounces into the room, a tiny woman with a big voice and long blonde hair. This forcefield of energy instantly tells me: ‘We sell 30 per cent of mascara in the world and more than half the make-up.’ I am a little taken aback, but intrigued. You might expect such a sales pitch from the Italian delegation at an international trade show.  But not from Giorgia Meloni, the pocket dynamo predicted to become Italy’s first female Prime Minister after yesterday’s election. Certainly, she’s wearing mascara, but not that much. In fact, what is striking is how casual she looks — gold platform trainers, plain grey leggings, a matching poncho. But then, during my interview with her at a hotel in Udine, north-east Italy, it becomes clear. She is holding up her country’s beauty industry as a little-known Italian success story. And she tells me she’s determined the world should be made aware of such triumphs, with ‘Made in Italy’ stamped on all her country’s exports. Giorgia Meloni is nothing if not a patriot. She questions the power of the...
    Nyck de Vries has revealed that he has held talks with Red Bull chief Helmut Marko over his future in Formula one. The Dutch driver impressed on his F1 debut as he scored points for the Williams team at the Italian Grand Prix after stepping in for driver Alex Albon, who withdrew due to respiratory issues after having surgery. After his promising debut, many are thinking that De Vries will not be long for a permanent seat in F1. Nyck de Vries (pictured) has admitted that he has held talks with Red Bull chief Helmut Marko De Vries impressed on his F1 debut as he scored points for a struggling Williams team He told Dutch TV show Humberto op Zaterdag: 'I don't quite know if I'm in such a luxury situation that I can choose. 'Largely, that is beyond my control. I have been in talks with Williams for a long time and I was also able to make my debut there last weekend. 'That would be a logical step. Alpine I have been in contact with since July, and I will...
    An Italian swimming champion slammed her followers for writing 'thousands' of 'sexist, misguided and vulgar' comments under a racy beachside Instagram post. Linda Cerruti, 28, set her 45,700 followers' pulses racing with an elaborate display of eight European Championship swimming medals balanced carefully on her legs. The post became instantly popular, gaining well over 60,000 likes in just a few days. Most of the comments, many by her rivals and competitors, celebrated her incredible achievements - and the ease with which she achieved the bold pose. She captioned the wholesome post: 'Four years after I won seven medals in Glasgow I can say that I am very satisfied. I sacrificed a lot for this.  Linda's audacious beachside pose attracted 'thousands' of leering, 'sexist' comments, she said Ms Cerruti wears an impressive haul of medals around her neck after the Championships win. The star athlete, 28, won no fewer than seven medals at the European Championships in Glasgow four years ago 'For years I have been studying during the night to be able to train during the day. That is radical, but...
    Pressing up against the window of a small Parisian art gallery one cold winter’s day in December 1917, the crowds could hardly believe their eyes. There, prominently displayed on an easel for all to see, was a portrait of a naked and very voluptuous young woman — and this was no coy Renaissance nude of the kind depicted by such masters as Titian, Raphael and Botticelli. This model was shown in all her full anatomical glory including, controversially, her body hair. That was something almost never seen in art up until that point, and certainly not on public display in a street full of Christmas shoppers. Arriving quickly on the scene, the police ordered that the offending picture, along with other nudes displayed inside, should be removed from view. And so the first and only solo exhibition devoted to the works of the now celebrated Italian artist Amedeo Modigliani in his lifetime came to an abrupt end. A century later, one of those pictures, a nude entitled Nu Couché, would be auctioned for £130 million at Sotheby’s New York, making...
    New York City rebuilt after 9/11. Facing a different catastrophe, it sets out to do it again. France to offer free birth control, medical visits about contraception Max Verstappen is back atop the points standings. Verstappen is ahead of Lewis Hamilton by three points after he won the Dutch Grand Prix. But Hamilton enters the Italian Grand Prix (9 a.m. ET, ESPN2) as the betting favorite to both win the pole and the race and, therefore, retake the points lead. Hamilton is the favorite because of his success at Monza and because the legendary track seems to favor Mercedes’ cars more than Red Bull’s. While Verstappen has been exceptionally fast everywhere, the top speed of the Mercedes cars has been slightly stronger all season. With Monza’s sweeping curves and long straights, that speed could give Hamilton the edge he needs to reclaim the points lead. While Hamilton has five wins at Monza, neither he nor Verstappen finished in the top five in the 2020 Italian Grand Prix. That wild race saw Pierre Gasly take the checkered flag after Verstappen...
    The secret to making a truly authentic lasagne has been revealed by the head chef of a top Italian restaurant in Sydney. Stefano Paolillo, the head chef at Secolo, an authentic Italian eatery in the CBD has shared the recipe for one of his most popular dishes, lasagne. The recipe, which is very detailed but easy to follow, pays homage to the country where Stefano grew up and learned to cook. The recipe is divided into two parts, the white sauce and the rest and takes about nine hours to prepare. The secret to making a truly authentic lasagne has been revealed by the head chef of a top Italian restaurant in Sydney Stefano Paolillo, the head chef at Secolo , an authentic Italian eatery in the CBD has shared the recipe for one of his most popular dishes, lasagne The béchamel sauce calls for a litre of milk, bay leaves, nut meg and cheddar cheese. The ragu calls for rosemary, pancetta and minced beef as well as two cans of tomatoes. To start the chef carefully strips...
    The news that the Italian capital has installed a vending machine that can conjure up its nation's favourite dish in just three minutes has been met largely with derision by pizza purists.    Since the first Mr Pizza Go machine arrived in Rome's Nomentano district - promising four types of piping hot pizza in just three minutes - several weeks ago, the large red machine has attracted attention for wrong reasons, with one pizza purist calling its presence 'blasphemy'.  The small pizzas produced, which cost from around £4 to £6, include a classic margherita, quattro stagioni (four cheese), diavola (hot) and a deeper pie toppped with the Italian ham pancetta.  Scroll down for video  Mr Pizza Go machine arrived in Rome's Nomentano district several weeks ago - and can turn out up to 900 pizzas a day...but the red machine's presence hasn't pleased purists Promising four types of piping hot pizza in just three minutes, a classic margherita will set you back around £4 On social media, many have mocked a city where wood-fired pizza has been a favourite for...
    Sally Kaplan/Insider If you buy through our links, we may earn money from affiliate partners. Learn more. M.Gemi is a D2C footwear company known for quality, handmade Italian shoes without a high markup. We tested The Sacca Donna (from $95), a loafer available in nine colors and three materials. If you can justify the cost, we think it's worth it for the comfort and luxurious craftsmanship. M. GEMI Sacca Donna (Leather) $195.00 from M. GEMI Originally $248.00Save 21% M. GEMI Sacca Donna (Suede) $248.00 from M. GEMI   Popular shoe startup M.Gemi partners with small, old-school workshops across Italy to lower the costs associated with buying handmade Italian leather shoes. In turn, the brand is able to preserve Italian craftsmanship and support families with decades of experience in the trade. Popular Reviews Best flower delivery service Best gifts for mom in 2021 Best air conditioner this summer Best portable air conditioner Best linen sheets according to experts
    ^ Keep Westword Free Support Us I Support Local Community Journalism Support the independent voice of Denver and help keep the future of Westword free. Support Us Lasagna styles vary from chef to chef, but the dish is always warming and comforting and perfect for big meals at home. Do you like a thick and meaty lasagna oozing with cheese and ground beef? Or do you prefer a delicate tomato cream sauce speckled with fresh ricotta and thick, tender noodles? Béchamel makes an appearance in some versions, as does Bolognese sauce, Italian sausage, pesto and other tasty ingredients. These nine restaurants and delivery kitchens are making delicious take-and-bake lasagnas and meal kits to feed your whole family. Alex's DeliDelivery Only 303-901-6443 This small eatery has served the students and staff of the Rocky Mountain College of Art + Design in Lakewood for two years, but this year owner Michelle Hernandez switched to doing just delivery. While she changes the small menu weekly, the family-sized lasagna meal is always available for $40. The lasagna rolls are filled...
    Global music icon Andrea Bocelli is warring with the IRS after he was slapped with a $8.4million federal tax lien, DailyMail.com can reveal. The legendary Italian tenor, singer-songwriter and producer - who regularly performs sold out gigs in the US - was hit with the hefty bill in October last year. According to New York City Department of Finance documents Bocelli appears to have an unpaid balance of over $4million from the 2016 tax year and another $4.4million from 2017. The filing has no record of having been satisfied. But in a statement to DailyMail.com Bocelli's management team insisted the massive bill was down to a 'clerical error' at the IRS and NOT Bocelli dodging his taxes. Andrea Bocelli, the legendary Italian singer-songwriter and producer - was hit with a hefty $8.4million bill from the IRS in October last year. But in a statement to DailyMail.com Bocelli's management team insisted the massive bill was down to a 'clerical error' at the IRS A spokesman said Bocelli isn't behind on payments and they're now trying to resolve the issue. The address...
    Scientists still cannot agree on how deadly Covid-19 is — with fresh data from Italy suggesting it may kill up to 7.4 per cent of patients. Experts have been baffled over the true mortality rate of the disease since the start of the pandemic in December. World Health Organization chiefs first claimed the infection-fatality rate was 3.4 per cent but this week changed their estimate to 0.6 per cent. But experts who analysed coronavirus data from a small town in the Italian region of Lombardy found that around one in 13 people who get infected die. One epidemiologist — who has reviewed evidence on death rates — claimed it was 'by orders of magnitude the highest I've seen'. He also pointed to data from a separate study in Qatar that suggested it may be as low as 0.01 per cent — the equivalent of one death for every 10,000 cases.   Gideon Meyerowitz-Katz, of the University of Wollongong in Australia, said it was 'by a very long way the lowest I've seen'. Similar antibody surveillance studies have produced wildly different results across...
    TURIN, Italy (AP) — Cristiano Ronaldo bellowed out a loud expletive when he missed a chance at the end of the first half in Italy’s first soccer match in more than three months. Everyone in the huge, empty stadium, all 300 or so of us, could hear it plain as day. As a reporter for The Associated Press, I was one of only 10 journalists allowed into the Allianz Stadium on Friday for the Italian Cup match between Juventus and AC Milan. It finished in a 0-0 draw, good enough for Juventus to advance to the final on away goals. The first leg, a 1-1 draw in Milan, was played in February, shortly before the coronavirus pandemic shut down sports around the world. But after more than 34,000 deaths in Italy related to the virus and 95 days without soccer, the ball was rolling again. Seeing Ronaldo play is always an experience. Like watching Lionel Messi, or Johan Cruyff, or Diego Maradona, or Pele, seeing Ronaldo in person is something you’ll be able to tell your kids about. Something you...
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