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Leonard Bernstein Awkwardly Turns the Screws on Tenor Jose Carreras While Recording West Side Story (1984)

What have we here? Evidence that the Maestro is a monster? Or a behind the scenes reminder that Arrested Development’s wannabe actor Tobias Fünke is not too far off base when he says that to make it in “this business of show, you have to have the heart of an angel and the hide... of an elephant.” Both? Neither? Any way you slice it, the recording session above is not for your typical cast album. West Side Story, with a book by Arthur Laurents, music by Leonard Bernstein, and lyrics b...
Tags: Google, Music, New York, College, New York City, Theatre, Vienna, Stephen Sondheim, Broadway, Opera, Verona, Maria, Public Domain, Bernstein, Tony, Natalie Wood


Italy's PM removes logo from World Congress of Families gathering

Officials express anger that logo was used without Giuseppe Conte’s approvalThe Italian prime minister has distanced himself from a conference that will bring together anti-gay, anti-feminist and anti-abortion activists from around the world in Verona, after organisers appeared to suggest that his office had endorsed the event. The logo of Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte’s administrative office had been used without his endorsement to promote the American-run World Congress of Families event, whic...
Tags: Europe, Human Rights, World news, Italy, Christianity, LGBT rights, Abortion, Verona, World Congress of Families, Five Star Movement, Giuseppe Conte, Women's rights and gender equality


Italian PM distances himself from anti-gay, anti-abortion event

Giuseppe Conte’s logo used without approval to promote global families conferenceThe Italian prime minister has distanced himself from a conference that will bring together anti-gay, anti-feminist and anti-abortion activists from around the world in Verona, after organisers appeared to suggest his office had endorsed the event. The logo of Giuseppe Conte’s administrative office had been used without his endorsement to promote the US-run World Congress of Families event, which calls for a return ...
Tags: Europe, Human Rights, US, World news, Italy, Christianity, LGBT rights, Abortion, Verona, World Congress of Families, Five Star Movement, Giuseppe Conte, Women's rights and gender equality


MOTO PHOTOS: 2019 MBE Show, Verona, Italy

Written by Andrew Jones When you think about it, Italy having one of the world’s biggest and best bike shows makes total sense. Like Japan with their bullet trains and the Swiss being so good at watches, motorcycles seem to be at the very heart of the Italian psyche. And one visit to a show like Motor Bike Expo 2019 only drives the point home. It’s not wall-to-wall factory bikes or a bunch of business types ‘shifting units’ and exchanging email addresses. It’s honest-to-goodness, grass-roots ...
Tags: Facebook, Europe, Japan, London, Germany, Rome, Dave, Motorcycles, Ducati, Italy, Event, Honda, Verona, Classic, Romeo, Mbe


Shawn Porter faces Yordenis Ugas and hopes for different title outcome in Carson

Shawn Porter is a two-time welterweight world champion. He’s never been praised as much as other champions in his division, so when he lost his first title to Kell Brook via majority decision in 2014 at what was then StubHub Center (and is now Dignity Health Sports Park), the boxing world wasn’t shocked. Nearly two years later, Porter challenged Keith Thurman for his welterweight title and lost a narrow unanimous decision at Barclays Center in Brooklyn. That seemed to solidify the notion that wh...
Tags: Russia, Sports, Sport, Fox, Soccer, Brooklyn, Boxing, Cuba, Smith, Verona, Long Island, Gennady Golovkin, Hopkins, Alexander, Moreno Valley, Danny Garcia


Verona: The perfect destination for Shakespeare fans

Did you know that almost a third of Shakespeare’s plays are set in Italy? Two of his most famous works are even set in the city of “fair Verona”, so we thought it only apt to take a tour of the landmarks that any literature fan would be a “Shakespearean fool” to miss. Warning: Many of these locations are a fair distance from each other, leaving you two options. You can make use of the local public transport and walk, which may save you a bit of money. Alternatively, you can look into car hire at...
Tags: Travel, Europe, Italy, Shakespeare, Verona, Romeo, Travel Blog, Lear, Juliet, San Francesco, Tybalt, Capulet, Casa di Giulietta Here at Juliet 's House, San Zeno Maggiore


Morales: Don’t be surprised if Daniel Jacobs defeats Canelo Alvarez

Middleweight champion Canelo Alvarez has one loss in his career and that came to Floyd Mayweather Jr. in September 2013. Alvarez’s second defeat could be May 4 when he takes on Daniel Jacobs in a title-unification bout at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas (on DAZN). Alvarez (51-1-2, 35 KOs) knows Jacobs is a mean hombre, as does the rest of the boxing world. Jacobs proved it when he took then-champion Gennady Golovkin all 12 rounds before losing a narrow unanimous decision in March 2017 at Madison Squ...
Tags: Mexico, Russia, New York City, Uncategorized, Sports, Sport, Soccer, Brooklyn, Argentina, Romania, Ufc, Las Vegas, Cuba, Verona, Long Island, Gennady Golovkin


Wherefore Art Thou, Gnocchi-o? Fair Verona Has Another Enduring Love Story

Though the potato dumplings are found all over Italy, it's only in Verona that the dish inspired a pre-Lent holiday, complete with a parade, costumes and an elected Santa-esque figure, Papà del Gnoco.(Image credit: Andrea Di Martino for NPR)
Tags: News, Italy, Santa, Verona, Andrea Di Martino


A local’s guide to Verona: 10 top tips

This most romantic of Italian cities offers more than just Juliet’s famous balcony. Wine and olive oil producer Giovanni Éderle spreads the loveThis is the “other Verona”, the right bank of the Adige, across from the historic centre. For us, it is the authentic part of the city, popular with the big student population for its cheap street food, pubs and late-night bars. Walk across any of the Adige bridges and the crowds disappear, though there is still plenty to see: the Roman theatre, overlook...
Tags: Travel, Jerusalem, Valentine's Day, Italy, Food And Drink, City Breaks, Top 10s, Weekend Breaks, Short breaks, Verona, Europe Holidays, Italy Holidays, Juliet, Giardino Giusti, Little Jerusalem, Verona holidays


Garda Lake

As promised I will talk about my second favourite place of my region Garda Lake is the largest lake in Italy. The Lake and its shoreline are divided between the provinces of Verona to the southeast Brescia southwest and Trentino north. Garda Lake a
Tags: Travel, Verona, Brescia, Trentino, Garda Lake, Italy The Lake


Jorge Lorenzo set for further checks after suffering severe hand pain

New Honda MotoGP rider Jorge Lorenzo went to hospital in Verona on Saturday afternoon with severe hand pain, and is set for further tests to discount any possible injury.
Tags: Sport, Verona, MotoGP, Jorge Lorenzo, Autosport


Modern Vernacular: The Austere Elegance of a Country House Outside Verona

Located in Chievo on the outskirts of Verona, near the Adige River, this elegant country house occupies a converted stone barn that has been thoroughly renovated by Milan-based architecture practice Studio Wok.
Tags: Art, Milan, Verona, Chievo, Adige River


Tambour Sacre Rubini: African Spirit

    Probably, I must immediately confess that I really like the Italian brand RUBINI. Founded by Andrea Bissoli Rubini in Verona and far from the wide perfume avenues, he started to search out a new perfume path that would become a classic from his very first fragrance. Andrea Bissoli Rubini at Pitti Fragranze '15 If you have tried the first RUBINI fragrance named Fundamental, you know what I... Read full article: Tambour Sacre Rubini: African Spirit from Fragrantica Perfumes and Colognes Maga...
Tags: Fashion, Verona, Fragrantica Perfumes, Pitti Fragranze, Tambour Sacre Rubini, Andrea Bissoli Rubini


A stone barn is transformed into a modern, energy-conscious home in Verona

Milan-based architecture practice Studio Wok has revamped a historic stone barn into a contemporary country home using environmentally friendly materials and design choices. Located in the small parish of Chievo in the west of Verona, Italy, the adaptive reuse project carefully respects the architectural heritage of the site while tastefully bringing the residence up to modern living standards. The result is a charming dwelling filled with natural light, warm timber surfaces and framed views of...
Tags: Design, Architecture, Gallery, Italy, Verona, Vicenza, Countryside, Chievo, Green Renovation, Natural Light, Adaptive Reuse, Larch, Verona Italy, Stone, Locally Sourced Materials, Stone Barn


MASH HIT. XTR’s ‘Di Traverso’ Mash 500 Dirt Tracker

Written by Andrew Jones Is it just me, or are customisers a lot like rock bands? You have your favourites. You wear the t-shirts. You feel a little tinge of excitement when you hear that they have released something new. Well, in my mind, Spain’s XTR Pepo is more than a little like AC/DC. Yes, they stick to what they know, but they are so damn good at what they know you just don’t care. And if there’s one thing that Pepo Rosell is good at, it’s ‘sell your granny to the abattoir to get one’ ra...
Tags: Facebook, Europe, China, Spain, Motorcycles, Ducati, Verona, Pepe, Yamaha, Ac, Jose, Andrew Jones, Di Traverso, Pepo Rosell, Pepo, XTR Pepo


The Prestige Line of Verona’s High-Powered Ovens

Professional-grade but made for the home chef, Verona’s Prestige Line of high-powered ovens expands the range (if you’ll pardon the pun) of perks and features of these much-lauded ovens. These Italian-made ovens provide many options for you and your culinary endeavors: dual-fuel and all gas models, convection function with seven cooking modes, and high-powered infrared boiler. The Prestige line also offers aesthetic upgrades that are standard on all models: continuous grates, beveled doors, ro...
Tags: Books, Appliances, Verona, Oven, Kitchen and Bath, Cooktop, Convection Oven, Dual-fuel Oven, Infrared Boiler, Italian-made oven, Verona appliances


Boho Meets Luxury in this Gorgeous Texas Fête

'Boho Chic,' gets turned up a notch in this shoot that speaks equally to those who adore a mix of styles. And while you may be familiar with the term, "Boho Chic," the term "BoLUX," may be a new one to you!Don't worry, you're not alone! This dream team explains that it's actually a term that they coined that perfectly defines the, "blending of these two very diverse styles; it's boho and luxury fused into one distinctive feel." Truly Ewers Events led this talented team of wedding pros with flo...
Tags: Fall, Texas, Summer, Wedding, Latte, Orange, Verona, Blue, Yellow, Don, Lyons, Teal, Amalia, Boho, Styled Shoot, Fall Styled Shoot


Juliet texts emojis but Romeo forgets his smartphone: Shakespeare in Venice at Hotel Danieli

Shakespeare in Venice at Hotel Danieli - Photo: Cat Bauer (Venice, Italy) William Shakespeare, the world's most famous English playwright, set one third of his plays in Italy. This rich exotic backdrop allowed him the freedom to tackle difficult subjects that might have been taboo on his native soil.On Friday evening, November 9, I was a guest at the magnificent 14th century hall of Palazzo Dandolo, home of Hotel Danieli, and the stage for Shakespeare in Venice, a Journey through Shakespe...
Tags: Travel, Italy, Marriott, William Shakespeare, Venice, Shakespeare, Jack Kerouac, Verona, Romeo, Venice Italy, Juliet, Venetian Cat - Venice Blog, Danieli, Insalata, Hotel Danieli, Palazzo Dandolo


With a Kiss I Die – review

Director: Ronnie Khalil Release date: 2018 Contains spoilers Tying Shakespeare (and his works) into the vampire genre isn’t unheard of and director Ronnie Khalil looks to do just that with this vehicle set in Greece (Santori to be precise). What we end up with is a queered take on Romeo and Juliet (more a sequel than anything else) and this should not surprise us as the vampire is a strong vehicle for queering a story. We end up with an interesting idea, with some nice lighting/brightness work...
Tags: Amazon, Europe, Movies, Greece, Father, San Francisco, Shakespeare, Verona, Romeo, Juliet, Amazon UK, Vampire, Arthur Brooke, Ronnie Khalil Release, Ronnie Khalil, Greece Santori


Former Italy star Antonio Cassano announces retirement... again

Antonio Cassano has announced his retirement from playing for the second time, only five days after he had begun training with third-tier club Virtus Entella. Ex-Italy international forward Cassano, whose club career included spells with AC and Inter Milan and Real Madrid, last played competitively for Sampdoria in 2016. The 36-year-old, who trained with Verona last summer -- after which he declared he would retire --  said in a statement released via reporter Pierluigi Pardo: "Over the...
Tags: Football, Sport, Story, Italy, Real Madrid, Inter Milan, Verona, Italian Serie A, Sampdoria, Antonio Cassano, Ac, Cassano, Virtus Entella, Pierluigi Pardo


Top 8 Things to Do in Verona – Italy Travel

There are so many incredible things to do and see in Verona that you couldn’t possibly fit them all into one vacation; this ancient city has something to suit the whole family, whether that’s small children, college students, or grandparents. To help you plan your holiday, we’ve rounded up eight of the best activities for you to do in Verona.     See a show at the Arena di Verona   This national landmark is unfamiliar to most people outside of the city, but this Colosseum, built in 30 CE, ...
Tags: Travel, Sponsored, Rome, Italy, Verona, Old Town, Gavi, Lake Garda, Arena Di Verona, Ponte, Basilica of San Zeno Maggiore, Castle Vecchio, Scaliger, Piazza DelleErbe People, Centro Storico Italy, Via Mazzini


The 5 best beer hiking trails

Few things are as satisfying after a long day on the trail than relaxing over an ice-cold beer. In the United States and beyond, avid hikers have mapped out the best routes for imbibing during and after some of the world’s most renowned hikes, making it possible to both have your hike and drink beer too. These breweries and pubs — some trailside and others within a short distance of your route — will send you down the line to the next stop feeling satiated or provide a cozy, overnight respite...
Tags: Travel, Japan, Washington, Mexico, Germany, Georgia, Beer, Canada, United States, Maine, Switzerland, Wisconsin, Jack, Verona, Denver, Continental


What is Home, Anyway?

  What is home? My weekend foraging for firewood while glamping in beautiful West Wales has me musing on a topic that returns to me again and again over the years. Just what is home? And is it up to us to define it? The Emotional Meaning of Home This week, I was supposed to be travelling. But I was sick. I stayed at home. Much is written about the power of travel, about how new places, people and experiences light up our senses and stimulate our minds. Little is written about those other tw...
Tags: Travel, London, Australia, Catalonia, Morocco, Croatia, Miley Cyrus, Jordan, Verona, Salzburg, Costa Rica, Mozart, Barbados, Girona, west Wales, Juliet


How to soak up the arts in Bucharest

You don’t even have to step inside a museum to get a sense of the artistic talent alive in Bucharest. It bleeds through the city’s street art; runs down the cobblestone streets of the Old Town; and cascades in underground art galleries, punk shows, and pop-up dinners in the dimly lit corners of Romania’s culture-rich capital. But the city is also eager to share its rich history with visitors in various well-established galleries, ranging from the medieval to the post-Communist contemporary. I...
Tags: Travel, Art, Romania, Verona, Charlie Chaplin, Eastern Europe, Old Town, Bucharest, Royal Palace, Rosetti, Bucharest art scene, Bucharest cafes, Bucharest culture, Bucharest museums, Bucharest nightlife, Balate Dorin Shutterstock


Epic, Kiio, HealthMyne & More: This Week’s Wisconsin Watchlist

Stay current on news from Wisconsin’s innovation community with these recent headlines:—Epic Systems, a Verona-based developer of record-keeping tools for the healthcare industry, said virtual assistant software it created in tandem with Nuance Communications is now commercially available. The tools allow doctors and other care providers at hospitals and clinics that use Epic’s software to document information in patients’ electronic health records using their voices, rather than the keyboard a...
Tags: Amazon, Deals, Startups, Trends, Vc, Epic, Wisconsin, Verona, Amazon Echo, Mayo Clinic, Nuance, Harley-davidson, WEDC, Boston Scientific, Quartz, TASC


In the Land of Romeo and Juliet

Sadly this morning we said farewell to Florence and headed north. Our destination for the day is Verona on the way to the Dolomites part of the Alps. Igor is very good about comfort stops which are on the highways much like rest stops in the US. Howeve
Tags: Travel, US, Verona, Florence, Romeo, Alps Igor


Cristiano Ronaldo fails to score for Juventus again vs Parma

Cristiano Ronaldo shocks the world In what was a shock to the footballing world, Cristiano Ronaldo left Real Madrid and joined Serie A side Juventus earlier this summer. Ronaldo had become a legend at Spanish side Real Madrid. During his time at Madrid Ronaldo played 438 games, scored 450 and assisted 13. Ronaldo also helped Real Madrid to four Champions Leagues, two La Liga titles, two Spanish Super Cups, two Spanish Cups and three UEFA Super Cups. However, Ronaldo wanted a new challenge and d...
Tags: Twitter, Milan, Sport, Soccer, La Liga, Real Madrid, Portugal, Ronaldo, Cristiano Ronaldo, Juventus, Uruguay, Uefa, Espn, Gervinho, Verona, Sochi


Destinations made famous by books

When it comes to pop-culture tourism, television and cinema get all the credit nowadays. Star Wars takes people to Morocco and Ireland; fans of the movies The Lord of Rings flock to New Zealand; Games of Thrones aficionados rush to Croatia and Iceland, and Amélie has brought so many tourists to Paris that Audrey Tautou should get royalty payments for each person walking into the Café des deux Moulins. But before we were all so absorbed by blockbuster movies and addictive series, we used to re...
Tags: Travel, Europe, Books, Japan, UK, London, Cheryl Strayed, Australia, California, France, Oregon, Scotland, Germany, Nazis, Austria, Vienna


Cristiano Ronaldo’s comedy assist for Juventus

Ronaldo to Juventus In what was somewhat of a shock to the footballing world, Cristiano Ronaldo left Real Madrid and joined Serie A side Juventus earlier this summer. Ronaldo had become a true legend at Real Madrid, in 438 games he scored 450 and assisted 131 for Los Blancos. Ronaldo also helped Real Madrid to four Champions Leagues, two La Liga titles, two Spanish Super Cups, two Spanish Cups and three UEFA Super Cups. However, Ronaldo clearly wanted a new challenge and decided to move to Ital...
Tags: Sport, Soccer, La Liga, Real Madrid, Portugal, Ronaldo, Cristiano Ronaldo, Juventus, Uruguay, Uefa, Espn, Verona, Lazio, Mario Mandzukic, Sami Khedira, Federico Bernardeschi