The American: For Italy & the World
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Until Benedict's resignation, the Vatican beat was all about death, ceremony and speculation.
Once upon a time, Rome's Via Veneto was a hair haven for celebrities.
"We are in twilight, like this evening," said Enzo Ferrari. It was 1976.
"They'll always pick on [Ezra Pound], but I know he wasn't an anti-Semite."
Some players are larger-than-life, and the Rome version of Giorgio Chinaglia qualified.