From the BBC, Italy is looking to start easing it’s nation-wide lockdown after that country has suffered the highest death toll of any European nation at 26K+ and counting:
Symposium: Some years ago I took a short holiday to Rome. Perhaps not the pizza capital of the world, but at the very least the capital of the pizza capital.
“The town isn’t here anymore.”
A verdict in Rome from which there will be no further appeal.
With the World Cup about to start, we’re profiling some of our favorite non-USA teams. Burt Likko kicks it off with a look at the 2006 champions.
Close to home and far away, this week’s subject is uncommon indeed.
Anyone frustrated by our government can at least take comfort in the fact that Silvio Berlusconi isn’t running the show:
Victor Davis Hanson is visiting Europe. More precisely, Italy and Greece. Several profound insights into the nature of continental society follow: After concluding another 16 days in Europe. I am again reminded how different...