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Stefano is a Boston-based freelance reporter, correspondent and producer for Italy’s national TV network RAI. Over the past 15 years he has produced more than 800 “Italian-angled” news stories and features from New England and from around the United States for RAI’s international channel, RAI Italia, broadcast to over 60 million viewers of Italian origins or of Italian descent living outside of Italy. He also assisted, and occasionally still does, RAI’s main correspondents in producing news stories and special reports during major news events. For the past three years, Stefano has also been the US correspondent for Famiglia Cristiana, one of Italy’s most widely circulated national magazines. He came to Boston in 1996 to earn a master’s degree and fulfill a lifelong dream of being a journalist. Stefano’s work can be viewed on his personal website, www.stefanosalimbeni.com.

St. John School in North End Celebrates an Italian Christmas

Children at the Italian Language School at St. John's.

St. John School in the North End celebrated this past Christmas with mass in Italian, followed by a party based on panettone and other typical Italian foods.

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Tracking Our Carbon Footprint: Leonardo Bonanni and SourceMap


Italian researcher Leonardo Bonanni has come up with SourceMap, a mapping system that can track production sources and the total carbon footprint of any product.

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Fishing Crisis and Sustainability – Sicilian Region Comes to Boston


A report for RAI International's "Italia Chiama Italia" highlighting the arrival in Boston of a delegation from the southern Italian region of Sicily.

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Violinmaking Tradition: From Cremona to Boston


Lute makers from Cremona visit Boston, where violinmaker Marco Coppiardi has been living and working for the past 20 years.

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Nepi (Viterbo) Band Visits Portland, Maine


A musical band from Nepi, near Viterbo, visited Portland, Maine, in August.

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Zucchero: Interview for RAI Italia


Interview with Adelmo “Zucchero” Fornaciari, just before his Boston show on Oct. 29, 2011, at the Berklee Performance Center. Aired on RAI International’s Italia Chiama Italia on Nov. 3, 2011. From Boston by STEFANO SALIMBENI Filmed by GIANNI GALLO Edited by LUIS GONCALVES Video in Italian.

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Madonna di Prata Celebration in Providence


Every year the Italian American community of Providence, Rhode Island, celebrates the Madonna di Prata.

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Entrepreneur Giuseppe Taibi on His Work with Apps


Giuseppe Taibi is an Italian-born software engineer and Internet entrepreneur. In this video (in Italian) he talks about his work.

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Giovanni Pascoli Event at Boston Public Library


On Monday, October 17, 2011, Boston Public Library held an event showcasing "Giovanni Pascoli. Last Voyage: Selected Poems," a collection of poems translated by Deborah Brown, Richard Jackson and Susan Thomas.

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Celebrating Columbus Day in Boston (Video in Italian)


RAI International held a live call via Skype with Boston correspondent Stefano Salimbeni on Tuesday, October 11.

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Arlington High School Band Visits Italy


This past summer a group of students from Arlington High School Band spent two weeks in Italy, visiting cities like Rome, Naples, Pompeii and Paestum. Guided by Pino “Mr. D” D’Agostino, who teaches at Arlington High, the band played four live shows while in Italy.

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Creating Bridges Between Sicily and Lawrence


Report for RAI International Television about the Feast of Three Saints in Lawrence and the strengthening ties between the northern Massachusetts city and the town of Nicolosi, in Sicily, from where many immigrants to Lawrence originally moved to. Nicolosi and Sicilian dignitaries were brought to Lawrence for the occasion thanks to the work of Francesco Daniele and Giovanni Bonomo (Federazione Siciliana del Massachusetts), Giuseppe Mazzaglia (Assessore for the Nicolositi nel Mondo) and the city of Nicolosi.

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