29 October 1999

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29 October 1999 - Il Messaggero

Vasto-San Salvo and Francavilla-Ortona biking tracks / Piste fra Vasto e S.Salvo
The two biking tracks will be part of the planned "Corridoio Verde Adriatico", stretching 16 km. The first section crosses Francavilla and reaches to Ortona cliffs, with a 75-mt-long bridge over the Foro river. the second section is more varied and crosses the Buonanotte stream. The tracks will improve the resident traffic and be an important tourism facility for the area.

29 October 1999 - Il Messaggero

Furor over a dialect play / Teatro, torna a gran richiesta »Nu marite pe' Caterine»
At the Marrucino theatre two performances with the Gruppo Teatrale amatoriale San Rocco delle Piane from Sambuceto, tonight with "Pò darse...ma j' n'ei crede" by Guido Antonioli, with the talents of Guido Di Nisio (Pippine), Daniela Matricardi (Nduniette), Dante La Torre (Lu mahare), Manola Ballone (Cuncette), Maria Grazia Aceto (Carmele), Luana Federico (Ddullurate), Giancarlo Sprecacenere (Funzine), Verino Pesolillo (Duminiche), and tomorrow "Nu marite pe' Catarine" by Virgilio Sigismondi, director Duilio Di Nicola, a wonderful amusement for all audiences.

29 October 1999 - Il Centro

POPOLI - The origins of peoples through musical instruments / L'origine dei popoli in una esposizione di strumenti musicali - by Giacomo Zaino
On Sunday in piazza Paolini, Popoli the second edition of the International Exhibition of ancient instruments. Special feature this year will be percussion instruments. The exhibition is organized by maestro Angelo Tauro and wife Manuela Rulli of the Centro studi musicali Bohème, al quale si deve l'iniziativa. On show also a collection of typical Abruzzese instrument "Du' Bott".