Bologna

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An anti-Banksy & Co. street art show opened in Bologna, Italy, the same night as its controversial bank-backed cousin with brand new works by 50 or so Italian and international street artists and open admission to their outdoor "museum."
Vibrant, rich and captivating, Bologna has long been regaled as one of Italy's best-kept secrets. Unlike other popular Italian cities, Bologna's squares, politically-edgy locals, alluring arches, medieval architecture and mouthwatering restaurants aren't flooded with tourists.
A new public art installation adjacent to Bologna's Piazza Maggiore added an ecological dimension to this red-stoned city. Created by acclaimed Italian-New Zealand sculptor Guy Lydster, a two-meter tall "headscape" base relief sculpted from Veronese marble showcases the growing and increasingly important sector of eco-sustainable public art in Europe today.
At night, Piazza Verde is full of students because bars circle the square and stretch blocks down via Zamboni, which runs
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According to an old saying, you are what you eat. Since I am full of baloney, I eat what I am. Unfortunately, I don't know what to eat these days -- especially bologna, which means I am out to lunch -- because I am on three different diets.
We might not go so far to call it the "next big thing," but bologna doesn't have to be gross.
During our visit to Bologna in the Emilia Romagna region of Italy, we looked out our window and discovered we were almost sitting on top of MortadellaBo, a one-of-a-kind, four-day festival celebrating mortadella.
On October 8th, an Italian contingent from Bologna descended upon New York's Union Square Market to announce the city's latest
There's no better way to explore the streets of Bologna than to spend it with a local who can explain the intricacies of ordering Italian coffee, the authenticity of gelato and where all the locals eat pasta.
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