Italian journal – Mario Sechi http://mariosechi.net/ Wed, 28 Sep 2022 07:09:05 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://mariosechi.net/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/icon-40-120x120.png Italian journal – Mario Sechi http://mariosechi.net/ 32 32 How to get a New Zealand visa for Spanish citizens https://mariosechi.net/how-to-get-a-new-zealand-visa-for-spanish-citizens/ Tue, 27 Sep 2022 23:27:09 +0000 https://mariosechi.net/how-to-get-a-new-zealand-visa-for-spanish-citizens/ The New Zealand government recently announced that it would relax visa requirements for Spanish citizens. Spanish nationals will now be able to apply for a visa online and will no longer need to provide proof of funds or a connecting ticket. This is great news for those planning to visit New Zealand, and a sign […]]]>

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Silvio Berlusconi: Putin dragged into war by Russian nationalists https://mariosechi.net/silvio-berlusconi-putin-dragged-into-war-by-russian-nationalists/ Fri, 23 Sep 2022 18:08:00 +0000 https://mariosechi.net/silvio-berlusconi-putin-dragged-into-war-by-russian-nationalists/ Former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi has said Russian President Vladimir Putin has been “dragged” into the war in Ukraine. He said this on Italian television, writes the BBC. According to him, the Russian army was supposed to replace the Ukrainian government with “decent people”. “The troops were supposed to come in, reach Kyiv within […]]]>


Former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi has said Russian President Vladimir Putin has been “dragged” into the war in Ukraine.

He said this on Italian television, writes the BBC.

According to him, the Russian army was supposed to replace the Ukrainian government with “decent people”.

The troops were supposed to come in, reach Kyiv within a week, replace the Zelensky government with decent people and return within a week,” said Berlusconi.

He noted that the Russian media had created the story of the murder of Russian speakers in eastern Ukraine, and that reports promoted by separatist forces and nationalist-minded politicians “left no other choice. to Putin”.

“The Russian people, their party and their ministers pushed Putin to invent this special operation. Instead, they encountered unexpected resistance, which was then fueled by weapons of all kinds from the West,” said the politician.

The publication notes that on September 25, Berlusconi’s Forza Italia party could come to power in Italy’s general election.

Opposition leaders condemned his remarks and Center Party leader Carlo Calenda accused him of speaking “like General Putin.”

After that Berlusconi said his remarks were “too simplistic”.

“Aggression against Ukraine is unjustified and unacceptable, [Forza Italia’s] position is clear. We will always be with the EU and NATO,” he added.

  • In April, Silvio Berlusconi said he had always considered Putin “a man of democracy and peace”, but was now disappointed with him.
  • Later he said that Europe should unite and try to force the Ukrainian government to accept Russia’s demands. According to him, bringing Putin to the negotiating table with harsh statements will not work.
  • He also said that sending “weapons to Ukraine makes Italy complicit in this conflict”.

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City Juice: Harry’s Hoagies – GREENVILLE JOURNAL https://mariosechi.net/city-juice-harrys-hoagies-greenville-journal/ Wed, 21 Sep 2022 19:09:19 +0000 https://mariosechi.net/city-juice-harrys-hoagies-greenville-journal/ “Andrew, what should I order today?” » “Chef, you gotta get the meatball sub. We make these meatballs with pork, veal, beef and we grind all our leftover meat from the Italian sandwich. Salami, sopresetta, proscuitto. There also has fresh herbs in there, put these meatballs on some slices of provolone and we top it […]]]>

“Andrew, what should I order today?” »

“Chef, you gotta get the meatball sub. We make these meatballs with pork, veal, beef and we grind all our leftover meat from the Italian sandwich. Salami, sopresetta, proscuitto. There also has fresh herbs in there, put these meatballs on some slices of provolone and we top it all with tomato sauce and parmesan cheese.

I turned to Michelle Pavlakos, Andrew Fallis’ wife.

“Michelle! Andrew talks badly to me.

Michelle smiled and didn’t tell anyone in particular, “Well, today is your lucky day.”

Harry Hoagies is as old school as school can get, but it’s only a few months old. Many years ago, before the industrialization of our food system, small sandwich shops like by Harry stood side by side in cities large and small. The pickles arrived in wooden barrels, the meats were roasted in their own ovens, the bread came from the neighborhood bakery, and the cheese was French, Italian or originally from New York. If you wanted to open a sandwich shop today, why bother sourcing individual ingredients when you could get everything from one big supplier? It is much easier to call the Sysco representative.


Andrew and Michelle did it the hard way. They order bread from a bakery in New Jersey, they make their own pickled vegetables, shave their own lettuce, grind their own pesto, make a salad of fresh potatoes and, of course, they mix their own salad dressings, meatballs and tomato sauce.

“We wouldn’t have any other way.”

Much of what happens at Harry’s belies their fine dining past. Watching the crew work is a thing of beauty as they dance back and forth from stove to slicer to cutting board.

Andrew and Michelle spent time at Charleston’s Peninsula Grill. There was a time, some 25 years ago, when The Peninsula Grill created breathtaking culinary magic and splendid hospitality. Its chef, Robert Carter, has trained many of the South’s best chefs and restaurateurs today.

Although Harry’s is as small as a restaurant can be, its food is mighty. Most importantly, everything is served with something often missing in many modern restaurants today: hospitality. There are smiles, good afternoons, greetings, is this your first time, how can I help you, pleasures and thanks in abundance. At Harry’s Hoagies, longtime residents of Greenville may see the ghost of the much-loved Little Pigs BBQ, the original that for years sang its smoky siren song to barbecue-goers at the Lake Forest Mall. They are comparable in size, offering the same level of dedication, charm and hospitality.

Harry’s is much more than a sandwich shop. It’s a model of what a handful of dedicated cooks can achieve with the humblest class of food, the sandwich.

John Malik is a restaurant coach and chef consultant in Greenville. He can be reached at chefjohnmalik@gmail.com.

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Marion S. “Muddy” Lombardo | News, Sports, Jobs https://mariosechi.net/marion-s-muddy-lombardo-news-sports-jobs/ Tue, 20 Sep 2022 06:34:18 +0000 https://mariosechi.net/marion-s-muddy-lombardo-news-sports-jobs/ Marion S “Muddy” Lombardo, 91, of Falconer died Saturday (September 17, 2022) at Heritage Green Healthcare Center. A lifelong resident of the region, he was born on December 15, 1930 in Niagara Falls, the son of the late Philip and Anna Bruno Lombardo. Muddy graduated from Falconer High School and served in the US Navy […]]]>

Marion S “Muddy” Lombardo, 91, of Falconer died Saturday (September 17, 2022) at Heritage Green Healthcare Center.

A lifelong resident of the region, he was born on December 15, 1930 in Niagara Falls, the son of the late Philip and Anna Bruno Lombardo.

Muddy graduated from Falconer High School and served in the US Navy Reserves for 8 years. In the early years Muddy was employed by the old Art Metal Corporation, and for over 40 years he was employed by Allstate Insurance.

He was a member of Our Lady of Loreto Catholic Church, OLL Holy Name Society, Italian American Brotherhood, Lakewood Rod & Gun Club, War Vets Recreation, AMVETS Local 1996, and the former Jamestown Loyal Order of Moose Lodge.

In his glory days, Muddy played semi-pro football for the Jamestown American Legion, Fredonia Orioles and Jamestown Dukes. He then pursued his passion for football through his sons, grandsons and the Buffalo Bills. Muddy could be seen at the top of the stands at any local football game with binoculars in one hand, a hot dog in the other.

He is survived by his five children: Ann Marie (George) Erickson of Jamestown, Philip Lombardo of Falconer, Stephen (Kandis) Lombardo of Jamestown, Michelle (Mark) Saxton of Jamestown, Dr. Jeffrey (Joanne) Lombardo of Buffalo; ten grandchildren: Ashley (Doug) Switzer, Aaron (Madeline) Erickson, Adam Erickson, Britany (Nicholas) Emley, Jordan (Taylor) Saxton, Dr Nicholas Lombardo, Matthew Lombardo, Joseph Lombardo, Lucas Lombardo, Emily Lombardo; eight great-grandchildren: Mason and Jaxson Switzer, Ethan and Noah Erickson, Callie, Taylinn, Wade and Rose Emley, and Lincoln Saxton; his sister Nancy (David) Kingsley of Falconer; his sister-in-law Susan Erickson of Lakewood and several nieces and nephews.

Besides his parents, he was predeceased by his wife Sharyn A. Erickson Lombardo whom he married September 3, 1955 at SS Peter & Paul Catholic Church, died July 30, 2019, one brother, Leonard (Marilyn ) Lombardo, one brother, one brother-in-law, Robert (Deloris) Erickson, one brother-in-law Donald Erickson, and one granddaughter Grace Lombardo

A Christian burial mass to be celebrated at 11 a.m. on Thursday September 22 at Our Lady of Loreto Catholic Church, Falconer. Prof. Don Watkins, pastor of Our Lady of Loreto Catholic Church, will be the celebrant. Interment will be in Mount Olivet Cemetery.

Friends will be received by family from 6 to 8 p.m. on Wednesday, September 21 at Falconer Funeral Home. A Christian Wake service will be held at 6 p.m. Wednesday at the funeral home.

Memorials may be donated to the St. Vincent de Paul Society of OLL, 309 W. Everett St., Falconer, NY 14733.

Visit our website at www.falconerfuneralhome.net to send a message of condolence.

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Italian Salvini launches base in northern stronghold https://mariosechi.net/italian-salvini-launches-base-in-northern-stronghold/ Sun, 18 Sep 2022 18:14:20 +0000 https://mariosechi.net/italian-salvini-launches-base-in-northern-stronghold/ Supporters of Matteo Salvini’s party at a meeting on September 18, 2022 in Pontida (north) – Copyright POOL/AFP Victoria Jones Martina UCCI, with Gael BRANCHEREAU in Rome Italy’s anti-immigration leader Matteo Salvini, who trails far-right Giorgia Meloni in the polls ahead of next week’s general election, sought Sunday to galvanize his far-right, populist and eurosceptic […]]]>

Supporters of Matteo Salvini’s party at a meeting on September 18, 2022 in Pontida (north) – Copyright POOL/AFP Victoria Jones

Martina UCCI, with Gael BRANCHEREAU in Rome

Italy’s anti-immigration leader Matteo Salvini, who trails far-right Giorgia Meloni in the polls ahead of next week’s general election, sought Sunday to galvanize his far-right, populist and eurosceptic base.

“This is Italy, full of hopes and dreams and looking to the future,” Salvini told the crowd in the northern town of Pontida, which for three decades has been the site of the annual mass rally of the ‘far right.

On Sunday, it was flooded with flags representing the Italian provinces and banners of the General Labor Union (UGL), founded in 1996 on the ashes of the neo-fascist union CISNAL.

Salvini’s League party claimed that 100,000 people came, many of whom came by bus to hear “Il Capitano”, drink beer and buy T-shirts bearing Salvini’s name and the slogan “The Italians first of all”.

The League trails Meloni’s post-fascist Brothers of Italy (FDI), polling 12% of the FDI’s 24.

Surveys suggest immigration is less of a concern for Italians than runaway inflation squeezing already stagnant wages.

Salvini hailed the result of Sweden’s general election, where voters “sent the left packing” and ushered in an alliance of the right and the far right.

He acknowledged that Americans rejected former US President Donald Trump and his “America First” cry in favor of Democrat Joe Biden. “It’s democracy,” he said.

Salvini said the League’s six main priorities were to curb soaring energy prices and develop nuclear power, give more decision-making powers to regions, carry out tax and legal reforms, to guarantee retirement after 41 years of service and to prevent immigrant boats from landing on the Italian coasts.

He also proposed scrapping the TV license fee, championed women’s right to abortion and “traditional values” around gender and family.

– ‘A lion entering the arena’ –

The League, the FDI and Forza Italia of former leader Silvio Berlusconi form a coalition considered to be the favorite for the September 25 election.

The League’s current estimated 12% vote share would represent a notable drop from its performance in 2018 and 2019, as it has participated in successive governments while the FDI has remained in opposition.

League activist Anna Valdotta, 67, told AFP that some supporters had not forgiven Salvini and left, but she remained loyal to the man she compared to “a lion walking into the arena”.

Stefano, a 27-year-old postman, praised Meloni’s leadership and said she won votes rather than Salvini lost them.

The League has toned down its secessionist aspirations for Lombardy, instead focusing on what it calls a European Union dominated by Germany and France “that declares war on Italian farmers and fishermen”.

The left-leaning Democratic Party (PD) held a rally in nearby Monza, where its leader Enrico Letta criticized Italy’s right-wing ties to populist Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban.

The PD is expected to come in second place with 21% of the vote and enjoys no major support among the left and center.

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McIlroy and Fitzpatrick are 1-2 on the course for next year’s Ryder Cup https://mariosechi.net/mcilroy-and-fitzpatrick-are-1-2-on-the-course-for-next-years-ryder-cup/ Fri, 16 Sep 2022 18:44:25 +0000 https://mariosechi.net/mcilroy-and-fitzpatrick-are-1-2-on-the-course-for-next-years-ryder-cup/ GUIDONIA MONTECELIO, Italy (AP) — Rory McIlroy and US Open champion Matt Fitzpatrick are getting quite comfortable on next year’s Ryder Cup course. Europe captain Luke Donald, meanwhile, made a rookie mistake after kicking into Marco Simone’s club tough outside Roma and then hitting the wrong ball, earning him a penalty of two shots. McIlroy […]]]>

GUIDONIA MONTECELIO, Italy (AP) — Rory McIlroy and US Open champion Matt Fitzpatrick are getting quite comfortable on next year’s Ryder Cup course.

Europe captain Luke Donald, meanwhile, made a rookie mistake after kicking into Marco Simone’s club tough outside Roma and then hitting the wrong ball, earning him a penalty of two shots.

McIlroy (66) produced an eagle for the second straight day and Fitzpatrick (69) birdied five straight in the second round on Friday as they held 1-2 respectively, near the midpoint of the Open. Italy. The round was suspended due to darkness for the second consecutive day.

McIlroy – playing in Italy for the first time as a pro specifically to familiarize himself with the Ryder Cup course – was 9 under 133 overall with Fitzpatrick one stroke behind.

After McIlroy took a share of the club’s lead overnight with an opening 67 before the game was cut short Thursday, Fitzpatrick finished strong early Friday to take the lead after the first round with a 65.

Later in the day it was McIlroy who took the lead as he sank an eagle putt on the par-5 12th and celebrated with a slight wave – contrary to his arm-over-head reaction when he made a successful approach shot for an eagle on the par-4 thirds a day earlier.

Fitzpatrick, who won his first major title at the Country Club in Brookline, Massachusetts, in June, also finished tied for fifth at this year’s PGA Championship. The 28-year-old is a veteran of the European Tour and this is his seventh time at the Italian Open, having finished second in 2019.

“I love Italy,” said Fitzpatrick, adding that he is a big football fan. “I came in December to watch Roma.”

Donald struggled with a triple bogey on the par-4 driveable 16th when he hit his tee shot in the rough and then played the wrong ball.

“A first for me” Donald wrote on Twitter. “Bad drive in deep rough, spotter goes straight to the ball, plays the shot and then realizes I played the wrong ball. Same red Titleist 4, but not my markings on the ball.

Donald, however, recovered by birdying five of the next eight holes to finish contention at 5 under.

Afterwards, Donald suggested the rough would be “quite high” for the 2023 Ryder Cup – when Marco Simone becomes the third venue in continental Europe to host golf’s biggest team event after Valderrama in Spain (1997) and Le Golf National in France (2018).

“We want to emphasize hitting the fairways,” Donald said. “The rough here is a different type of grass. It’s kind of a thick blade, so it doesn’t have to be too heavy to make it hard. … Obviously we want to play under similar conditions to what we have been playing this year.

Defending champion Nicolai Højgaard (70) also remained in contention at 5 under, with 10th-ranked Viktor Hovland (68) one stroke further. Tom Lewis was third at 7 under and Victor Perez was fourth at 6 under.

Hometown player Filippo Celli continued to impress on his professional debut after a stellar amateur career, scoring an eagle with a corner shot on the No.12 to finish 1 under and make the cut.

Julien Quesne made a hole in one on fourth from 187 yards.

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Biden says tentative railroad labor deal reached, averting strike https://mariosechi.net/biden-says-tentative-railroad-labor-deal-reached-averting-strike/ Thu, 15 Sep 2022 10:02:24 +0000 https://mariosechi.net/biden-says-tentative-railroad-labor-deal-reached-averting-strike/ A worker drives a railcar at a BNSF railroad crossing in Saginaw, Texas, Wednesday, Sept. 14, 2022. Business and government officials are bracing for a possible nationwide railroad strike later this week as as talks continue between the largest United States freight railroads and their unions. LM Otero/Associated Press WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden said […]]]>

A worker drives a railcar at a BNSF railroad crossing in Saginaw, Texas, Wednesday, Sept. 14, 2022. Business and government officials are bracing for a possible nationwide railroad strike later this week as as talks continue between the largest United States freight railroads and their unions. LM Otero/Associated Press

WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden said Thursday that an interim railroad labor deal has been reached, averting a potentially devastating strike ahead of the crucial midterm elections.

He said the tentative agreement “will keep our essential rail system running and avoid disrupting our economy”.

The Democratic president believes unions built the middle class, but he also knew a strike by railroad workers could have seriously damaged the national economy. That left him in the awkward position of espousing the virtues of organizing in Detroit, a mainstay of the labor movement, while members of his administration pulled out all the stops to keep talks in Washington between the railroads and unionized workers in hopes of avoiding a shutdown. .

But after a long night, the talks were successful, and Biden announced Thursday that the parties had reached an agreement in principle to avoid a shutdown that would go to union members for a vote. He hailed the deal in a statement for avoiding a shutdown and as a win for all parties.

“These railroad workers will enjoy better pay, better working conditions, and peace of mind about their health care costs: all hard-earned,” Biden said. “The deal is also a win for railroads who will be able to retain and recruit more workers for an industry that will continue to be part of the backbone of the American economy for decades to come.”

It seemed much more tenuous to the president a day earlier.

Ryan Buchalski, a member of United Auto Workers Local 598, introduced Biden at the Detroit auto show on Wednesday as “the most union- and worker-friendly president in American history” and someone who “kicks ass of the working class”. Buchalski recalled the crucial strikes by autoworkers in the 1930s.

In the speech that followed, Biden acknowledged that he wouldn’t be in the White House without the support of unions like the UAW and the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, saying autoworkers “m’ brought to the dance”.

But back in Washington, his administration officials at the Labor Department were conducting tense negotiations to prevent a strike — one of the most powerful sources of leverage unions have to bring about change and improve working conditions.

Without the agreement between the 12 unions, a shutdown could have started as early as Friday, which could halt food and fuel shipments at a cost of $2 billion a day.

Much more was at stake than sick leave and wage increases for 115,000 unionized railroad workers. The ramifications could extend to congressional control and the transportation network that spins factories, stocks store shelves, and assembles the United States as an economic powerhouse.

That’s why White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre, speaking aboard Air Force One on her flight to Detroit on Wednesday, said a strike by railroad workers was “an unacceptable outcome. for our economy and the American people.” Railway companies and their workers’ representatives “must stay at the table, negotiate in good faith to resolve outstanding issues and reach an agreement”, she said.

Biden faced the same sort of predicament as Theodore Roosevelt in 1902 with coal and Harry Truman in 1952 with steel – how do you balance the needs of labor and business by doing what is right? better for the nation? The railroads were so important during World War I that Woodrow Wilson temporarily nationalized the industry to keep goods moving and prevent strikes.

Inside the White House, aides see no contradiction between Biden’s dedication to unions and his desire to avoid a strike. Union activism has increased under Biden, as evidenced by a 56% increase in petitions for union representation with the National Labor Relations Board so far this fiscal year.

A person familiar with the situation, who spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss White House deliberations on the issue, said Biden’s mindset going into the debate was that he was the president of the whole country, not just organized labor.

As the economy is still recovering from the supply chain disruptions of the pandemic, the president’s goal is to keep all parties on hold so that a deal can be finalized. The person said the White House views a commitment to continue to bargain in good faith as the best way to avoid a shutdown while exercising the collective bargaining principles Biden holds dear.

Biden also knew a shutdown could worsen the momentum that has contributed to soaring inflation and created a political headache for the ruling party.

Eddie Vale, Democratic political consultant and former AFL-CIO communications aide, said the White House took the right approach at a perilous time.

“Nobody wants a railroad strike, not the companies, not the workers, not the White House,” he said. “Nobody wants it this close to the election.”

Vale added that the sticking point in the talks was “respect essentially — sick and bereavement leave,” issues Biden has supported in his speeches and with his policy proposals.

Sensing a political opportunity, Senate Republicans moved on Wednesday to pass legislation imposing contract terms on unions and railroads to avoid a shutdown. Democrats, who control both houses of Congress, blocked it.

“If a strike occurs and cripples food, fertilizer and energy deliveries across the country, it will be because the Democrats blocked this bill,” said Senate Minority Leader Mitch. McConnell, R-Ky.

The economic impact of a possible strike was not lost on members of the Business Roundtable, a Washington-based group that represents CEOs. It released its quarterly economic outlook on Wednesday.

“We’ve had a lot of headwinds from supply chain issues since the start of the pandemic and those issues would be geometrically magnified,” Group CEO Josh Bolten told reporters. “There are manufacturing plants all over the country that probably have to close. … There are essential products to keep our water clean.

The roundtable also held a board meeting on Wednesday. But Bolten said Lance Fritz, chairman of the board’s international committee and CEO of Union Pacific Railroad, would miss it “because he’s working hard to try to resolve the strike.”

Back at the Labor Department, negotiators ordered Italian food as talks dragged on Wednesday night and the White House announced the deal at 5:05 a.m. Thursday.


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Sport on TV: Sunday, September 11, 2022 https://mariosechi.net/sport-on-tv-sunday-september-11-2022/ Sun, 11 Sep 2022 07:44:10 +0000 https://mariosechi.net/sport-on-tv-sunday-september-11-2022/ (all Eastern times) Schedule subject to change and/or interruptions Sunday September 11 CAR RACE 8:55 ESPN2 — Formula 1: The Italian Grand Prix, Autodromo Nazionale Monza, Monza, Italy FS2 — MotoAmerica Superbike: Day 2, New Jersey Motorsports Park, Millville, NJ FS2 – MotoAmerica Superbike: King of Baggers, New Jersey Motorsports Park, Millville, NJ NBC – […]]]>
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Schedule subject to change and/or interruptions
Sunday September 11
CAR RACE
8:55

ESPN2 — Formula 1: The Italian Grand Prix, Autodromo Nazionale Monza, Monza, Italy

FS2 — MotoAmerica Superbike: Day 2, New Jersey Motorsports Park, Millville, NJ

FS2 – MotoAmerica Superbike: King of Baggers, New Jersey Motorsports Park, Millville, NJ

NBC – NTT IndyCar Series: The Monterey Grand Prix, WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca, Salinas, CA.

United States – NASCAR Cup Series: The Hollywood Casino 400, Playoffs – Round of 16, Kansas Speedway, Kansas City, Kan.

COLLEGE FIELD HOCKEY
12 p.m.

ACCN – Michigan to Louisville

PAC-12N – North Carolina at Stanford

COLLEGE SOCCER (MEN)
6 p.m.

PAC-12N – Air Force Washington

COLLEGE SOCCER (WOMEN)
1:30 p.m.

ACCN – Army at Boston College

BTN – Southern Cal in Nebraska

ESPNU – NC State in South Carolina

ACCN – Cornell in Syracuse

PAC-12N – Cal St.-Fullerton at UCLA

CNBC – UCI: The Tour of Spain, final stage, Las Rozas to Madrid, 60 miles, Spain

GOLF – DP World Tour: The BMW PGA Championship, Final Round, Wentworth Club – West Course, Virginia Water, Surrey, England

GOLF – LPGA Tour: The Kroger Queen City Championship, Final Round, Kenwood Country Club, Cincinnati

GOLF – PGA Tour Champions: The Ascension Charity Classic, Final Round, Norwood Hill Golf Club, St. Louis

LACROSSE (MEN)
1 p.m.

ABC – PLL: Playoff Semi-Final: Waterdogs vs. Whipsnakes, Washington

NSN— Boston to Baltimore

MLBN — Regional Coverage: Tampa Bay at NY Yankees OR St. Louis at Pittsburgh

MLBN – Regional coverage: LA Dodgers at San Diego OR Atlanta at Seattle (joined in progress)

ESPN – San Francisco at Chicago Cubs

CBS — Regional Coverage: New England to MiamiPittsburgh to Cincinnati, Baltimore to NY Jets, Cleveland to Carolina, Indianapolis to Houston

FOX — Regional Coverage: New Orleans to Atlanta, San Francisco to ChicagoPhiladelphia to Detroit, Jacksonville to Washington

CBS — Regional Coverage: Kansas City Arizona OR Las Vegas to LA Chargers

FOX — Regional Coverage: NY Giants at Tennessee OR Green Bay Minnesota

NBC – Tampa Bay at Dallas

CBSSN – PBR: The PBR Cowboy Days, Day 3, Winston-Salem, NC

CNBC — 2022 Rugby Sevens World Cup for Men and Women: Day 3, Cape Town, South Africa

NBC — 2022 Rugby Sevens World Cup for Men and Women: Day 3, Cape Town, South Africa

CNBC — 2022 Rugby Sevens World Cup for Men and Women: Day 3, Cape Town, South Africa

CBSSN – SailGP: French Sailing Grand Prix, Day 1, Saint-Tropez, France (recorded)

CBSSN – SailGP: French Sailing Grand Prix, Day 2, Saint-Tropez, France (recorded)

WOMEN’S FOOTBALL)
6 p.m.

CBSSN – NWSL: Current Kansas City at NJ/NY Gotham FC

ESPN – WTA: The US Open, Doubles Championship, Flushing, NY

ESPN – ATP: The US Open, Championship, Flushing, NY

NBC — The New Balance 5th Avenue Mile: from New York

ABC – WNBA Finals: Connecticut at Las Vegas, Game 1 –

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The Vatican Library invites scholars around the world to read and contribute to a new journal https://mariosechi.net/the-vatican-library-invites-scholars-around-the-world-to-read-and-contribute-to-a-new-journal/ Fri, 09 Sep 2022 17:18:31 +0000 https://mariosechi.net/the-vatican-library-invites-scholars-around-the-world-to-read-and-contribute-to-a-new-journal/ By Carol Glatz, Catholic Press Service VATICAN CITY (CNS) – The Vatican Library, one of the oldest libraries in the world, has launched a new scholarly journal to help promote high-quality research, dialogue between cultures and the sharing of knowledge related to library funds, said Cardinal José Tolentino de Mendonca, Librarian and Archivist of the […]]]>

By Carol Glatz, Catholic Press Service

VATICAN CITY (CNS) – The Vatican Library, one of the oldest libraries in the world, has launched a new scholarly journal to help promote high-quality research, dialogue between cultures and the sharing of knowledge related to library funds, said Cardinal José Tolentino de Mendonca, Librarian and Archivist of the Vatican.

The Vatican Library Review “aspires to be an attractive place to publish high-quality, peer-reviewed research by actively welcoming and allocating contributions,” the cardinal wrote in an editorial for the journal’s first issue. The editorial was republished by the Vatican newspaper on September 7.

The Cardinal invited scholars to submit their contributions, adding that he hoped readers would explore each article regardless of their personal area of ​​interest and “join us in this dual endeavor of scientific rigor and intercultural dialogue.” Some of the articles in the first issue included “An Unpublished Illuminated Codex from Catalonia in the Vatican Library” and “Visual Kabbalah in the Italian Renaissance. The Kabbalistic Forms Booklet.

Created by Pope Nicolas V in the 15th century, the Vatican Library belongs to the Pope. However, Pope Leo XIII decided that it should be made more widely available to the academic world.

The Vatican Library houses some 80,000 manuscripts, nearly 1.6 million books, around 8,400 incunabula (books and pamphlets printed before 1501), and collections of coins and medals.

Its mission, Cardinal Mendonça wrote in his editorial, is “to preserve its ever-increasing number of treasures and to share this heritage with the academic world”. The library “has always been a place of research and an active host of collaboration”.

Over the years, the library has: seen a massive renovation of its facilities to make it more secure and up to modern standards; items tagged with radio frequency identification chips to better track and identify them; continued to digitize its collections, offering reproductions online.

Cardinal Mendonca wrote that The Vatican Library Review – published biannually in print and online by Brill Publishers, marks a new step in the Vatican’s decades-long work in publishing studies examining the holdings of the library and the publication of a newsletter on general news and events.

The journal seeks peer-reviewed “innovative scholarly contributions” to showcase the knowledge, ideas and findings of every scholar, the cardinal wrote, including the world of “early career scholars” and those whose work “may not fit neatly” into more established journals.

The journal will accept work written in English, German, French and Italian and may include shorter notes, conference reports, book reviews and summaries of completed dissertations, the editor wrote.

See issues of the Vatican Library Review.
View the Vatican Library’s online collections.

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Enrichetta “Anna” DiSano Obituary – The Providence Journal https://mariosechi.net/enrichetta-anna-disano-obituary-the-providence-journal/ Wed, 07 Sep 2022 17:37:18 +0000 https://mariosechi.net/enrichetta-anna-disano-obituary-the-providence-journal/ passed away on September 7, 2022. She led a remarkable life that spanned her 98+ years. Born in 1924 to Italian immigrants Achille DiFiore and Elisa Petrarca, she grew up in the small Italian village of East Natick in Warwick, RI with her siblings (all deceased) Clarissa, Clotilda, Aurora, Rose and Achille. In 1941, she […]]]>

passed away on September 7, 2022. She led a remarkable life that spanned her 98+ years. Born in 1924 to Italian immigrants Achille DiFiore and Elisa Petrarca, she grew up in the small Italian village of East Natick in Warwick, RI with her siblings (all deceased) Clarissa, Clotilda, Aurora, Rose and Achille. In 1941, she met her future husband, Nicholas DiSano. They were together until Nicholas joined the navy and went to fight in World War II. While away, Enrichetta became a welder at the Walsh-Kaiser shipyard in Providence, building Liberty and Victory ships for the war effort. In December 1944, while Nick was home on leave, they decided to get married. They had a wonderful marriage raising three children, immersing them in an environment that emphasized the importance of family and education. Together they traveled extensively in Western Europe, the British Isles and even parts of North Africa. However, their time together was cut short when Nicholas died in August 1980 aged 58.

The loss of the love of her life was of course devastating, but Enrichetta quickly embraced the next chapter of her life. She continued her work at Sardelli International Jewelry and established her role as the matriarch of her growing family. A few years passed and another wonderful man – longtime friend Carl Johnson, the widowed husband of one of his closest childhood friends,

came back into his life. They remained companions for many years until her passing in 2015. Enrichetta has often said she was blessed to have had two incredible men to share her life with. Carl shared Enrichetta’s love of travel and together they took dozens of “road trips all over the United States.” Most importantly, Carl lovingly took on the role of grandfather to Enrichetta’s grandchildren. He was always present at important moments in their lives.

In her later years, Enrichetta began to pass the time with Paint by Number paintings – some incredibly intricate. She created dozens of paintings which are now proudly displayed by many members of her extended family. Her steady hand and experiences during the war years intrigued local news channel 12 and in 2019 she was featured in a segment of “Street Stories”.

She was very proud of her contributions during World War II, but of all her life experiences and accomplishments, she was most proud of her family and the legacy she would leave behind.

Enrichetta is survived by her three children: Dr. Cynthia DiSano, Dennis DiSano and his wife Laura, Susan DiSano Maguire and her husband Matthew. Four grandchildren: Christopher DiSano and his wife Alesia, Lauren DiSano Bradley and her husband Christopher, Kara Maguire and her husband Matthew Maurano and Caitlin Maguire and seven great-grandchildren: Leila, Anabel, Nicholas, Emma, ​​Rose, Lucas and Robin.

Funeral service at NARDOLILLO FUNERAL HOME & Crematory, 1278 Park Ave., Cranston on Monday, September 12 at 9 a.m. followed by a Christian burial mass at 10 a.m. at Holy Apostles Church, Cranston. Interment will follow at St. Ann’s Cemetery, Cranston. VISITING HOURS will be on Sunday, September 11 from 4 to 7 p.m. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to HopeHealth Hospice & Palliative Care, 1085 North Main St. Providence, RI 02904. Visit NardolilloFH.com for online condolences.

Posted on September 07, 2022

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