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Photo Series: The 8th Annual Festa Italiana SLC

The event was held Sept. 16-17. Attendees were able to explore the culture, entertainment and culinary diversity of Utah’s Italian community.
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The Anthony Nino Lane Band, along with multiple event staff, performs the final song at Festa Italiana in Salt Lake City on Sunday, Sept. 17, 2023. (Photo by Marco Lozzi | The Daily Utah Chronicle)

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Marco Lozzi
Marco Lozzi, Photographer
(he/him) Born in Texas and raised by Italian parents, Marco Lozzi grew up with two vastly different cultures. Now at the U, he is majoring in communication with an emphasis in journalism while also minoring in photography and Italian. He works as a photojournalist covering everything from protests on campus to scientific research in the Arctic. When he's not taking or editing photos, he can be found hitting the slopes, napping or making pasta.

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