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The Mag - 38 - Come è profondo il mare The Mag - 37 - Artquakes The Mag - Manuela Kalì The Mag - Jessica Frascarelli
The Mag - Alessandro Borghese The Mag - Burridocumenta The Mag - Matteo Casilli Musician The Mag - Renzo Arbore The Mag - scoprire Nuvolo
The Mag - E' l'estate bellezza The Mag - Elio Giordano The Mag - Around the world The Mag - Speciale Burri The Mag - Un anno a colori
The Mag - Vinicio Capossela The Mag - Alba Rohrwacher The Mag - Andrea e Luca Sartoretti The Mag - Daniele Silvestri The Mag - Carmen Consoli
The Mag - Chef Rubio The Mag - le nostre vittorie The Mag - Valentina Lodovini The Mag - Frankie Hi Nrg The Mag - Alberto Burri
The Mag - Dario Argento The Mag - Monica Bellucci The Mag - NOA The Mag - Isabelle Barciulli The Mag - Rocco Siffredi
The Mag - Arianna Chieli The Mag - Eva Santucci The Mag - Giorgio Borghetti The Mag - Filippa Lagerback The Mag - Salvatore Sciarrino
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The Mag is a bi-lingual stage both in paper and virtual.

Because historical attractions are so prominent here in Italy, modern things are often overlooked and never emphasized. We believe that this is an error. The incredible amount of artistic talent we have in our area  is one of the factors that makes it so wonderful to live and  visit here. We will accentuate young people and artists in every issue as a way of inspiring them and keep their spirits high during the economic crisis. Where artists and young people go, others follow.

The Mag will involve another group with great influence: foreigners. Artists and foreigners are  natural allies, and we will all benefit  when they are more united. Articles written by foreigners on diverse subjects will be featured in every issue.