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  • Sometimes You Just Need a Cartoon

    By Michele Kurlander

    SPEND AN EVENING WITH THE INTERNATIONALLY RENOWNED NEW YORKER CARTOONIST SAM GROSS, who will arrive from New York to appear at an informal meet and greet at the Library Mohammed Arkhoun at 74-76 Rue Mouffetard at 7:00 PM on Thursday, November 6 and entertain with stories from his over 50 years as a cartoonist at publications such as the National Lampoon, Esquire and the New Yorker and a comrade of the likes of Addams Family creator Charles Addams.

    Last Updated ( Monday, 03 November 2014 )
  • Paris Fashion Week is Pushing the Fashion Revolution Forward

    By Katja Kozlevcar

    Paris was once again the center of the world when fashion industry elite invaded the city for the presentations of Spring/Summer 2015 collections at Paris Fashion Week. Being the last scheduled fashion capitol, after New York, London and Milan, Paris has a reputation to close fashion month with a bang, which was proven once again.

     

    Last Updated ( Thursday, 23 October 2014 )
  • Discover UNESCO and its Landmark Exhibit

    By Loui Franke

    The recognition of Israel to have had an historical past in Palestine has been largely absent. UNESCO has helped bridge this gap with its recent hosting of the exhibit entitled People, Book, Land: The 3500 Year Relationship of the Jewish People with the Holy Land. The exhibit presents an overview of Jewish history in the Middle East beginning in Biblical times with the patriarch Abraham and continues to the present-day state of Israel.

    Last Updated ( Monday, 30 June 2014 )
  • Baccarat Celebrates its 250th Anniversary in Glitter and Glass

    By Diane Stamm

    To celebrate its 250th anniversary this year, Baccarat, renowned purveyor of crystal to royalty, celebrities, and yes, even just plain folk like us, has mounted a sumptuous exhibition at its headquarters, Maison Baccarat, at 11, place des États-Unis in the Paris 16th. Baccarat. Les 250 ans, which runs through January 24, 2015, presents a retrospective of nearly 250 of the company’s most famous, award-winning, and iconic creations.

    Last Updated ( Sunday, 29 June 2014 )
  • What's hot on the Paris Art Scene

    By Gerry Dryansky

    The sculptor Jean-Louis Faure has summed up his work in his "Catalogue Irraisonné”. You may have seen it featured in an arresting window display at the Ecume des Pages bookstore in the heart of Saint-Germain des Près, where together with a signing at 7 PM Tuesday, the  book is on sale.  At 28 euro, it may well be a collector's item. An absolute maverick in the world of pale minimalism, cluttered installations and sleep-inducing video art, Faure is a cult figure among admirers whose chief cheerleader is the philosopher Régis Debray.

    Last Updated ( Thursday, 26 June 2014 )
  • A Colorful Day at the Races !

    By Loui Franke

    The Prix de Diane is the yearly French prestigious Group 1 flat horse race open to three-year-old thoroughbred fillies held on the lovely grounds of the Chantilly Chateau in Chantilly. It is the equivalent of England’s famous Epsom Oaks Horse Race. The distance is 2,100 meters or about one mile and two and a half furlongs.

    Last Updated ( Friday, 27 June 2014 )
  • Gustave Caillebotte Exhibition at Yerres, France

    By Diane Stamm

    Yerres, France bills itself as “L’Autre Capitale de l’Impressionnisme” – The Other Capital of Impressionism – and an exhibition of the work of native son Gustave Caillebotte, who spent a good part of his youth there, helps explain why. The exhibition, “Caillebotte À Yerres – au temps de l’impressionism” (Caillebotte in Yerres – Time of Impressionism), which runs through July 20, is at Propriété Caillebotte, the eleven-hectare estate Caillebotte’s father bought in 1860, when Caillebotte was twelve years old.

    Last Updated ( Friday, 27 June 2014 )
  • Tour de France and a Zucchini Pie Recipe

    By Hillary Davis

    The Tour de France, the most important cycling race in the world, takes place July 5th through July 27th. One of the most interesting aspects is that, this year, for the first time in history, women’s cycling will join the final stage of the race, when the elite from women’s cycling will race on streets in the heart of Paris for the La Course by Le Tour de France, finishing on the Champs Elysees.

    Last Updated ( Tuesday, 22 July 2014 )
  • Men's Fashion Week Paris

    By Katja Kozlevcar

    Second round of autumn/winter 2014 collection presentations at Men's Fashion Week last month in Paris left us wanting more. More of the inspirations and more of the unexpected. We were sneaking around narrow streets with daylight vampires, got recreated with some joggers at Galliano, enlightened by a touch of neon and read a Songzio's version of “50 shades of black”.

    Last Updated ( Monday, 10 February 2014 )
  • Men's Fashion Week Paris: Catching up with the Girls

    By Katja Kozlevcar

    Even though it's true that women are the big consumers when it comes to fashion, men are slowly but persistently taking over the industry. Visiting past Men's Fashion Week in Paris showed a rising interest in menswear from buyers, editors, celebrities and press around the globe. It's pretty much like attending women's Ready-to-Wear Fashion Week, with much less fuss and more focus on clothes themselves.

    Last Updated ( Saturday, 01 February 2014 )
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