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Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Life in Italy Saves Marriage

Halfway to Each Other: How a Year in Italy Brought Our Family HomeAmore, love, was missing in this American couple's life. A husband whose job demanded time away from home... a wife who spent her waking days teaching and taking care of the children. Stress and exhaustion had taken a toll on this couple's life.  After nearly 15 years of marriage the Pohlman's were considering a divorce. Susan's book "Halfway to Each Other: How a Year in Italy Brought our Family Home" is her account of how moving to Italy healed their marriage. Susan and her family now live in Scottsdale, Arizona, my home town. Her book is featured on our site and makes a great Christmas gift. If you are lucky enough to visit Scottsdale you might catch Susan signing her book at our local Borders or Barnes and Noble stores. 
Now that's Amore

Ciao e a presto,

Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Italian Film Director Commits Suicide

Breaking news...Italian film director, Mario Monicelli, leaped to his death from the fifth floor balcony of his hospital room in Rome where he was undergoing treatment for terminal cancer.

Monicelli, a four-time Oscar nominated filmmaker best known for Italian comedies, was 95 years old at the time of his death.

He will be missed by many in the cinema and film industry.

Ciao e a presto,