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30 April 2000

The summaries in English were extracted from complete articles published on Il Centro - Quotidiano d'Abruzzo and Il Messaggero - Abruzzo edition.

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30 April 2000 - Il Messaggero

Ortona - Everything ready for the Pardon / Per il Perdono luminarie e fuochi
Just published the program for the celebrations of Patron San Tommaso Apostolo on 6, 7, and 8 may. Inauguration on 6 may with historical parade of the Chiavi D'argento, funfair and fireworks. On Sunday, 7 may, the procession of the "Dono" from Piazza San Giuseppe to the Cathedral.

30 April 2000 - Il Messaggero

Pescara - Traditions and History of Abruzzo at the Museo delle Genti / Tradizioni e storia d'Abruzzo si imparano al Museo delle Genti
Ten cycles of lessons on five great themes in May and June, Starting on 8 may with "La preistoria in Abruzzo", the course members will be taught also the techniques of prehistoric crafts. Then "Chiese e castelli medievali" on 9 may, on 10 may "Ornamenti e monili italici", on 11 may "Ceramica rinascimentale". Subscriptions at the number 085 4510026/4510029.

30 April 2000 - Il Centro

Calascio - Calasco and "padre Pio" on National TV / Calascio e Placido sulla Rai
"I due volti di Padre Pio" last Friday on Rai Uno, with the two actors playing the role of the Pietrelcina friar: Sergio Castellitto (whose film was already on the air last month) and Michele Placido. Michele Placido tells about the emotion created by the role. The film will be shown on Tv next Christmas.

30 April 2000 - Il Centro

The British would like everything here / Qui tutto piacerebbe agli inglesi, by Stefano Cianciotta
Kate Singleton, correspondent for Herald Tribune, Financial Times and Australian travellers was a special guest at "Grande cucina teramana". Kate lives at Montalcino, in Tuscany, says the Montepulciano and gastronomy of Abruzzo are greatly appreciated by the British for their genuine ingredients.