Tiffany J. Nesbit, a senior at Syracuse University, is currently studying in Florence. She is a native New Yorker and one of many aspiring writers who have been inspired by Caf Giubbe Rosse.
Today marks Day One of the 48th Festival dei Popoli, a weeklong international documentary film festival held in different venues around Florence, running from November 16th through November 22nd. Founded in 1959, the not for profit Festival dei Popoli was began by a group of anthropologists, sociologists, ethnologists, media
Like the White Horse Tavern in New York City, and Café de Flore in Paris, the Giubbe Rosse in Florence’s Piazza della Repubblica has long been a gathering place for patrons of the arts. Once famously known as the Florentine headquarters of the Futurist movement, the establishment&