For a Weekend Jaunt

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You’ve seen it from the bay, now see this iconic volcano up close and personal. Mt. Vesuvius is a National Park and open to visitors. In fact, there are nine nature trails (i sentieri) you can explore (pick up a map at the ticket office), although most visitors do Nature Trail #5 – The Great Cono (Sentiero #5, Il Gran Cono), the hike to the crater.

Music & Theater

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The Merry Widow
(La Vedova Allegra)
Teatro San Carlo
22 Jan – 3 Feb 2016
Tickets are 25 to 120 Euro, special prices for under 30s and over 65s
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Requiem by Gaetano Panariello
for Giornata della Memoria
International Holocaust Remembrance Day
30 and 31 January
Free Entry

On Exhibit

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L’altro Ottocento at San Domenico Maggiore
Through 28 February 2016, entry is Free
A beautiful exhibition dedicated to the great nineteenth-century Neapolitan paintings entitled L’altro Ottocento (the Other 19th Century).
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The Project Dramatis Personae
Castel dell’Ovo
16 January to 14 February 2016
Open daily except Mondays 10.00 to 18.00, Sundays and holidays 10.00 – 13.00
Entry is Free
30 contemporary Italian artists confront the most classic “œtopoi” of all time, the face and the human figure, with expressiveness and originality, alternating between traditional techniques (oil painting, pastels, sculpture, etc.) and using inventive and innovative techniques (collage of comics or various materials, computer graphics, montages, assemblages of recycled materials).
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Daniel Buren Exhibitions at MADRE
Come un gioco da bambini through 29 February 2016
Axer / Désaxer through 4 July 2016
Open Monday thru Saturday 10.00 to 19.30, Sunday 10.00 to 20.00, closed on Tuesday
Two projects were specially commissioned by the MADRE museum in 2015 from the French artist Daniel Buren (Boulogne-Villancourt, 1938) to celebrate the relationship between the museum and its community, on the occasion of the first ten years of the MADRE’s activity.

Sport

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Serie A: SSC Napoli vs Empoli
Sunday 31st January
San Paolo Stadium

Fairs & Markets

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Mercato del Contadino
Every Sunday from 08.30 to 13.30
Along Via Diaz (just off Via Toledo)
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Antique, Craft and Flea Market
Every Sunday from 6.00 to 14.00 at the Hippodrome Park of Agnano

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Salone Dell’Usato – Flea Market 
Crafts, antiques and collectibles
Sunday from 09.00 to 21.00
At the Fiera di Nocera Inferiore

For English Speakers & Expats

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Every Sunday at 10.30 
Family Service/Holy Communion
English language service
Christ Church Naples
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Movies in Original Language: Macbeth
Thursday 28 January at the Modernissimo
Directed by Justin Kurzel
Cast: Michael Fassbender, Marion Cotillard, Jack Madigan
Macbeth, the Thane of Glamis, receives a prophecy from a trio of witches that one day he will become King of Scotland. Consumed by ambition and spurred to action by his wife, Macbeth murders his king and takes the throne for himself
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Naples International Happy Hour
Every first Wednesday of the month
Barril, Via G. Fiorelli 11,China
Wednesday February 3rd from 19.00 to 22.00
5 Euros for a drink and something to eat

Last chance!

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Mikhailov is one of the most influential contemporary photographers. Born in the Ukraine, his work – begun in the 1960s while working as an engineer in a factory – was repeatedly boycotted by the Soviet regime.  In his photographic series, Mikhailov deals with a broad range of themes, investigating the far-reaching, radical, and often traumatic changes that have affected his homeland, and still do.  At MADRE through February 1st 2016

Remembering the Holocaust

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Giornata della Memoria 2016
International Holocaust Remembrance Day
27 January 2016
Naples has set aside an entire week (Settimana della memoria), 24 – 29 January 2016, to honor the victims of the Holocaust.
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The Sunday Table

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This week’s recipe comes to us from Kathy Ayer aka Food Lover’s Odyssey. It’s a favorite fried sweet and a Carnevale tradition.

Gifts for the Napoliphile

Naples Prints from Napoli Unplugged
Click here to view the entire gallery and purchase
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The Neapolitan Novels by Elena Ferrante

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The definitive guide to Naples!!!

The Napoli Unplugged Guide to Naples is not your typical guidebook. Written for the intrepid traveller seeking a more profound experience, the NU Guide delves deep – deep enough to catch the cultural heartbeat of the city. It’s a must-have for anyone with more than just a passing interest in Naples and you’ll want to revisit the book again and again, long after your return home.