A beautiful film chronicling the life and work of one of Italy's best and most influential chefs. If you haven't already heard of Gualtiero Marchesi, listen up. He is, by many accounts, The Great Italian, maybe even the Greatest. A larger-than-life, Milan-born chef who has spent more...
he Eternal City’s 3,000-plus years of history are visible every time you walk its streets — turn any corner and it seems an ancient ruin rises before you. But lately it’s become apparent that Rome’s sidewalks are also dotted with more modern interests.
Massimo Bottura Is On a Mission to Feed the Body an...
An expert guide to the best things to do in Rome and where to stay, including the best Rome attractions and places to visit, from the Colosseum and the Vatican City to the Roman Forum and Pantheon, and the best hotels nearby, including five-star hotels, budget accommodation and characterful b&bs.
An unforgettable caciopepe? A to-die-for carbonara? My 8-hour foodie fest in Rome with intrepid New York food instagammer OneMoreDish.
From street food to skyscrapers, I uncover a fabulous plan for three perfect days in Bangkok.
Peroni Italy: As part our Grazie series we’re taking a closer look at the most exciting artists, designers, chefs and creatives inspired by Italian style. If you’re looking for an expert on the best places to explore, relax and eat in Italy, you can’t do better than Erica Firpo...
An Expat Archaeologist Peels Back The Layers Of His Favorite Roman Neighborhood
Chicness isn’t just reserved for the runway in Rome, where sumptuous spaces highlight the Eternal City’s best food, fashion and finesse.
By 8am in the Roman summer, the Eternal City feels like an infernal nightmare, where mid-morning feels like high noon in the desert and walking on those beautiful sampietrini (black basalt cobblestones) feels like traipsing across hot coals. Here are five tips for surviving Rome.
Caffe e cornetto — espresso coffee and a small Italian croissant — is the typical morning routine in Rome, but we have four languorous sit-downs with sweet and savory menus that have forged the way into the Roman breakfast scene.
Michelin-starred carbonara? I review Rome's favorite recipe, I mean, restaurant- Pipero.
An epic cyclist adventure through Onomichi, HIroshima province for Meridian/VOX
Every other spring, the contemporary art world flocks to Italy to celebrate art, dance, architecture, cinema, and theater at the Venice Biennale. Fathom contributing editor and Biennale regular Erica Firpo gives us a peek at what she's packing in her suitcase.