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June 3, 2010
NEWS

OP-ED Editorials & Opinions

We introduce this space as a forum in which TF readers can voice and exchange their opinions, concerns and kudos about life in Florence and Italy. E-mail your letters to the editor, essays and opinion pieces to inbox@theflorentine.net and we will publish them, depending on available space,
January 10, 2008
NEWS

A matter of opinion

The fourth regional Censis report has indicated that Tuscans have been quick in addressing the challenges of the global economy. Statistics show that from 2000 to 2006, 80 percent of new businesses launched involved high technology applications. The entrepreneurial spirit seems strong in the immigrant community: the number foreigners who
October 18, 2007
NEWS

A matter of opinion

Noted art critic Vittorio Sgarbi finally got his wish. The controversial exhibition of gay art that caused havoc among city councilors in Milan will soon be opening in Florence.   Entitled Vade retro: art and homosexuality, the exhibit will begin on October 23 at the Liberty della Stazione building. It
July 16, 2018
NEWS

The “fiaccherai” of Florence

"Fiaccherai" and animal rights activists saddle up for summer debates
May 30, 2018
NEWS

On the ticket gates at Santa Maria Novella

As the high season sets in, holiday goers will notice a new addition to Florence’s main transportation hub: the ticket gates at the Santa Maria Novella train station.
May 22, 2018
NEWS

GDPR: What Italian businesses need to know

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force on May 25, 2018. Here is a useful summary for Italian business owners to establish how their businesses will be affected and understand whether their businesses are ready for these new rules.
April 3, 2018
LIFESTYLE

Fashion Revolution Fair 2018

Fashion activism movement Fashion Revolution is preparing for another year of their namesake fair, and Prato-based Lottozero / textile laboratories has answered the call. On Saturday, April 21 and Sunday, April 22, the creativity hub and start-up will open its doors in a part-showroom/part-exhibition event that brings together Prato’s main textile stockists, tailors and dressmakers […]
March 1, 2018
LIFESTYLE

The power of Le Curandaie

Le Curandaie, in Florence's Le Cure is an association that acts as a springboard for women and mothers struggling in their daily life, especially when facing the prospect of entering or re-entering the work world.
November 28, 2017
ART + CULTURE

Is contemporary art a new conformism?

Placed near to Cellini's Perseus, you might be wondering why Urs Fischer’s contemporary piece has been exhibited in Florence's piazza della Signoria.
October 1, 2017
FOOD + WINE

Tasting Italy from tip to toe

Collisioni Wine Project, in Barolo, is ideal for producers wishing to receive firsthand feedback on their wine and learn about market opportunities.