Does Street Art Belong in a Museum?

Bicycle Thieves

Bologna

Welcoming LGBTQ Refugees

The  Multimedia World of Giovanni Pelagalli

Secrets of the Pasta Makers

EMBRACING THE OUTSIDER

Sixteen students, 10 interpreters and five professors from the Institute for Education in International Media, Rutgers University, Northern Arizona University and the University of Bologna spent a month reporting in a city famous for its leftist politics and civic engagement--and telling the stories of the people who make it tick.

Controversial exhibition stirs passion among artists and curators

The wind-up record player his father brought from Africa and Marconi’s invention of the radio inspired an ex-broadcaster to found and direct a communications museum of his own

ON THE STREET

ON THE STREET

Writing by Sade Ford, Emily Liu and Samantha Jeannot Photograpy by Sade Ford                                 Interpreters: Claudia Paolozza and Tommaso Garagnani

By Liz Pace, Leona Juan, Angelica Morales and Dalila Radoncic Interpreter: Federico Santini

ON THE STREET

In a city where nearly everyone has a bike, nearly everyone is a target

Writing by Chris Bohorquez, Yinxin Liang and Morgan Constuble

Photography by Yinxin Liang

Interpreter: Cleila Cuzzolin  

FOOD AND CULTURE

A family of sfogline -- as Emilia Romagna natives who make pasta dough by hand are known -- let us in on how it's done

By Chris Bohorquez, Yinxin Liang and Morgan Constuble

Interpreter: Anna Ratti

FOOD AND CULTURE‍‍‍

Will Italians Ever Embrace Sushi and Curry?

FOOD AND CULTURE

"This is a New Bologna"

Not if the Bolognese have anything to say about it

By Gianna Bruzzese, Mikaela Chianese and Mason Plotts Interpreter: Chiara d’Alfonso

A culinary festival exiled to the outskirts of the city fights for space to serve foods made by immigrants from around the world  

By Sade Ford, Samantha Jeannot and Emily Liu Interpreters: Tommaso Gargano and Livia Gentilini

FOOD AND CULTURE

Retort to the Protestants

The magnificent porticoed two-mile walkway that climbs to the hilltop sanctuary of Bologna's Byzantine Madonna was built as much to promote Catholicism as to honor the Virgin

By Gianna Bruzzese, Mikaela Chianese and Mason Pl‍‍‍otts Interpreter: Ilaria Campostrini

Writing by Sierra Henry and Nain F. Ladak Photography by Maria Kristina Lander Interpreter: Julia Cicchinelli

Bologna is the first Italian city to open a center for gay and transgendered refugees fleeing persecution in their home countries

EMBRACING THE OUTSIDER

Homeless in a Wealthy City

EMBRACING THE OUTSIDER

Local Muslims Fight for Recognition

Though many are Italian citizens, the community feels exploited and stigmatized, a spokesman confides

By Nain F. Ladak, Sierra Henry and Maria Kristina Lander Interpreter: Valentina Mazzoli  

Migration and economic crisis are driving more people into the streets

By Leona Juan, Angelica Morales and Dalila Radoncic Interpreter: Federico Santini

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