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The Man on the Train (l’Homme du Train) is a bittersweet fable about two aging strangers whose lives briefly intersect. In this 2002 French...

  My daughter Emilie and I were asleep in the back seat of my French in-laws’ ancient Rover sedan, when we were startled awake by my...

The legendary Bluebell Girls were first seen at The Lido, a cabaret and burlesque show, in 1948. Led by Irish dancer Margaret Kelly Leibovici...

"Critics are like eunuchs – they know how, but they can’t do it." --Paul Bocuse Paul Bocuse (1926-2018) died a few days short of his...

When famous French rock singer Johnny Hallyday passed away last month, on December 5, there was a national melancholy felt in France. Yet again...

During my first trip to Paris, in the days when maps were the only option, I was unraveling the mysteries of the Metro, when...
Pancakes in paris

A bottomless cup of coffee? In Paris? C’est pas possible! That was just one thing American Craig Carlson missed in Paris years ago, along with...

At the beginning of Spring, sun-starved Parisians head for cafe and restaurant terrasses. Here are some of our favourites. Le Cour Jardin The elegant courtyard garden...

It’s noon chez Laurent, Michelin star restaurant/club to rock and movie stars, politicians, captains of industry, Le CAC 40, ladies who lunch etc.  A...

BonjourParis writers and photographers are a talented group of France experts. In 2011 we published over 600 original stories by 91 contributors. It's impossible...

The three largest Bastille Day (La Fête Nationale) events in Paris (the Firemen’s Ball, military parade on the Champs-Elysées and fireworks over the Eiffel...

June Highlights 7 Author David Downie and photographer Alison Harris celebrate the new edition of Paris, Paris: Journey into the City of...