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Italy quake: Powerful tremor near Norcia destroys buildings

A strong earthquake has struck near Norcia in central Italy, destroying numerous buildings.

It comes nearly two months after a major earthquake killed almost 300 people and destroyed several towns. 241 more words


Land of Spaghetti, Lasagna, and Frank Sinatra?

By Tammy J. Trail

If you hadn’t guessed it already, our Writing Prompts Crew is taking you on a trip around the world this month. My husband and I have a dream trip we would like to take to Scotland and Ireland one day. 513 more words


Earthquake in Italy: an update

It has been just under a week since a deadly 6.2 earthquake struck central Italy, in a region about 100 miles northeast of Rome. Suffering the worst damage are the towns of… 296 more words


Donation Avenues and Earthquake Thoughts 

Donation Avenues –

No time today for courtesy. I’m going right to the “ask” – reach into your wallet and give what your heart tells you is right, in what ever method you choose to help the victims of the Central Italy, August 24th earthquake that destroyed complete villages, killed 290 people and left thousands living in tent communities. 355 more words

Any Day In Pontelandolfo


I made a promise to myself when I started this blog I would do it every Friday. The last three weeks I have failed and i feel ashamed of myself. 488 more words

Tragedies and differences 

In the way to work I saw the headline on the front page of one of our national newspapers “10 dead in earthquake in Italy… 297 more words

Greg Canty

Terremoto in Italia~How to help

Una preghiera per le vittime del terremoto.  A few days ago, a devastating terremoto-earthquake struck central Italia.  Today aftershocks continue to damage buildings and roads. 320 more words


Margie Miklas reblogged this on margieinitaly and commented:

Photo by ABC NewsI've been so saddened and torn about the recent earthquake in Italy, and I wanted to post something here. When I read this post by Cristina on Un po' di pepe~ I think she expressed everything I have been feeling.  She also included helpful resources to check out for anyone interested in finding ways to help. Enjoy. Please be sure to check out Cristina's blog, as she also has a passion for Italy.