Tag Archives: Sicily

Godfather Redux

Have you re-watched all three Godfather movies recently? If not, give them a shot.  The films are terrific, especially parts I and II– part III feels as though Coppola ran out of steam and stretched to tie it all up … Continue reading

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From Peasant to POSH

In a cable car going up Mt. Aetna in Sicily, I fell into conversation with a teen-aged boy and his mother who were  in on the island visiting family. The boy  had turned the trip into a quest for the … Continue reading

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