By Marissa Murtaugh
Caffe d’Italia has been an integral part of life for generations of Cagliese – and the family that has owned it.
By Natalie Cammarata
The Italian working mom: She speaks five languages, works two jobs, and on her only day off bakes a cake for her granddaughters.
By Bryan Doscher
While many young Cagliese search for exciting lives in larger cities, Alessandro Nucci is stepping into his father’s trade as a jeweler.
By Katie Boehl
This doctor not only makes house calls, she makes town calls, traveling to see patients in another town each week.
By Katherine Best
The stunning images of photographer Matteo Fiorucci support his contention that he can find beauty everywhere.
By Katie Brutocao
Cagli’s new police chief wears a dress - and that’s just fine with the cops who work for her.
By Andrew Nute
The oldest shopping malls in the world may be the traveling markets-on-wheels like the one that rolls into Cagli every Wednesday.
By Michele Tumolo
For 30 years Alessandro Fusciani and his family have been bringing the best of Marche’s meats and cheeses to Cagli shoppers in their shop on wheels.
By Lena Marchese
Housing prices follow renovation costs in the historic section of Cagli where residents are dedicated to preserving the past.
By Jamie Connors
The young American wife of an Italian hair stylist says the reality has come close to the dream.
By Lara Aqel
Fatima Mochtare is the Cagli face of a wave of Moroccan immigrants struggling to find new lives in Italy.
By Emily Freisher
A Cagli farming couple continues the vanishing tradition of hand-making pecorino cheese, a revered icon of Marche cuisine.
By L'Oreal Thompson
Projection artist Paolo Buroni travels the world bringing art and light to buildings and stadiums.
By Frank Graziano
A hunter tramps the forests and fields around Cagli with his hounds continuing a tradition as old as any in Italy.
By Juantia Dudhnath
Ca’Le Soure Vineyard is a jewel in the mountains producing wines seldom tasted beyond the Cagli area.
By Tamara Portalla
Ceramic lamps, vases, clocks and more come to life in the bold yet delicate art of Linda Zepponi.
By Audrey Sherman
The Slow Food movement that began in Italy is gaining momentum in Cagli where the local food industry embraces ancient traditions.
By Bridgett Miller
The elegant Teatro Communale is the hub of a rich cultural life that would be the envy of American cities many times the size of Cagli.
By Meghan Brandabur
When he was 10 years old Domenico Reali split his time between the soccer field – and helping partisans escape the Nazis.
By Diana Blass
In a city with 15 churches in a country that is home to the Catholic tradition, young couples are choosing to have children out of marriage.
By Kellie Bramlet
In a city with a rich opera tradition, there’s a thriving underground music scene from grunge to new-age.
By Marisa Martin
Sad irony: In a city with a rich cultural life, the 200-year-old tradition of an arts high school is coming to an end.
By Brittany Casey
Irene Calagreti makes the transition from star pupil to teacher at the Cagli dance school that honed her skills.
By Megan Pizzitola
Cagli’s origins as an outpost on Rome’s Via Flaminia echo today in a bridge that can still carry traffic.
Reports for this website were produced by students enrolled in the Institute for Education in International Media, Summer 2008.
Teams resided in Cagli, Italy and collaborated on the production of all aspects of this online presentation
This is the eighth year IEIMedia has conducted this intensive, experiential learning program. Students received academic credit from Marquette University for their efforts.