Cuore 's first issue.
|Founded||January 16, 1989|
|Ceased publication||November 2, 1996|
|Circulation||maximum of 160,000|
Its founders were Michael Serra, who remained an editor until June 1994 and had earlier been a sports and culture reporter for L'Unità, the managing editor of the culture pages, Andrea Aloi, and journalist Piergiorgio Paterlini. They also had the old managing editor of L'Unità, Sergio Banali.
Among the many contributors were Sergio Staino, Vauro, Vincino, Altan, Ellekappa, Roberto Perini, Disegni and Caviglia, Gialappa's Band, Beppe Grillo, Stefano Benni, Domenico Starnone, Gino and Michele, Enzo Costa, Majid Valcarenghi, Daria Bignardi, Fabio Fazio, and Patrizio Roversi. The graphic design was curated by Mauro Luccarini and Fabio Bolognini.
The last edition of Cuore to appear in L'Unità was number 104, January 21, 1991. Soon thereafter, around the same time as the Italian Communist Party was dissolved, Cuore became an independent weekly (on February 4, 1991), and to everyone's surprise, began to sell 140,000 copies a week.
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