Italians using “wine windows” (a tradition that can be traced back to the bubonic plague) to serve alcohol and snacks during coronavirus.
"These days, we know just as well as medieval Italians that a stiff drink can go a long way to ease troubles during the global coronavirus pandemic..."
The Dutch call it the monkey tail, Italians call it the snail, and Americans call it the at sign. Where did the @ symbol come from? And how did it become so ubiquitous in online communication? Watch Answered by Vox on @Quibi_News :
And the Italians pronounce Yosemite's like Dolomites, so it's all good.
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Despite Italy being on lockdown due to coronavirus, a nationwide flash mob event saw Italians singing the national anthem and other traditional songs from their balconies
Does CNN’s head of PR still think “Fredo” is an ethnic slur after watching this? Because if it’s the N word for Italians like @ChrisCuomo says, I don’t understand why Chris seems so at ease with someone saying it here. An excuse just as fake as his news. #FredoCuomo