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The long, languorous Sunday is no longer the mainstay of Italian culture that it once was. We talked to five creative people keeping this beloved tradition alive in a digital age.

By Frank Bruni
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When Stefano Secchi was growing up in Dallas, the end of every school year meant the beginning of a great adventure. His parents, intent on maintaining a connection with their relatives in Italy, put him and his two brothers on a plane, and off they...

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