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"Le Petit Prince" themed carrousel in Paris. Photo: Virginia Jones

Editor's note: Have you read Adam Gopnik's Paris to the Moon? The New Yorker writer's book of essays is a thoughtful memoir about an expat adapting to life...

It’s almost the most wonderful time of the year: Galeries Lafayette reveals its much-anticipated holiday decorations. On Sunday, with a theme of ‘An Amazing...
Paris school lunch

An appetizer of tomatoes with boiled egg and mayonnaise. A main course of smoked beef with a gratin of zucchini with new potatoes & béchamel...
Bastille Day fireworks

Bastille Day. La Fête Nationale. Quatorze Juillet. The 14th of July goes by many names in France. Whatever name you choose, it is a day...
A Paris ice cream chariot

You might not think it but Paris is right up there in the top 10 best cities for ice cream-- in my opinion-- next...
Berges de Seine/ courtesy Anne Hidalgo- Facebook

We’re counting down the days until the summer, when Paris will unveil the newly pedestrianized promenade along the Right Bank of the Seine. Following the...
The Pont des Arts, Paris

Spring has officially sprung in the French capital, and there's nothing better! The spring season is an endless source of inspiration for ladies and gents of...
cows at the Salon de l'Agriculture

The last week in February is one of my favorite times of year in Paris. Despite the grey skies and cold temperatures, the city...

With many of Paris’s parks dating to the 17th Century, the history of each one is worthy of tomes. One thing they all have in...

One of the larger but perhaps lesser known arrondissements in Paris, the 12th offers a myriad of great things to see and do, off the beaten...
Oranguatan at La Ménagerie

A walk along the Seine through a sculpture garden to a zoo; yes, Paris is still Paris, a place to walk and discover wonders... Meet...
Au Pair Paris

Even before the 1920s, America’s love affair with Paris had never faltered. Writers, artists, musicians, film makers and rich socialites were drawn to the...