Music & Festivals

Music & Festivals

An interesting fact about Paris church organs: I read recently that out of the 150 churches and 50 convents in Paris in 1789, 130...

Arts et Sciences: It’s the theme for Paris’s 17th edition of Nuit Blanche! On the first Saturday in October, in all parts of the city, artists...

Albert Corre’s Paris restaurant is unique; Le Petit Pergolèse is a chic canteen, art gallery and club; there’s no rules for membership, just book...

 It’s hard to believe that the Festival America in Vincennes can pack so much into three days. The festival is dedicated to writing in...

Paris, like many large cities, has long had a problem with public urination. In cities that rarely sleep, many are out into the wee...

‘Qui a tué Grand Maman?’ Who killed Grandmaman?, I sang happily. It was Thursday evening choir at the community center near Ménilmontant in the 20th...

Paris is alive this weekend with patriotic pride—from the Fête Nationale flyover that thunders overhead with fearless precision; to the Champs Elysées parade with...
Mona Lisa

If there is anyone who could upstage Mona Lisa – it is, without a doubt, Beyoncé. When Beyoncé and Jay-Z’s new album, This is Love,...
Cannes Film Festival 2018

La Croisette is abuzz. It’s that time of the year again: Cannes Film Festival. The festival opened Tuesday night, following the official “opening proclamation” by...

In 1989, the then mayor of Paris, and future president of France, Jacques Chirac, awarded Miles Davis the Grande Medaille de Vermeille. If Davis...

Ritz Paris In addition to the historic auction taking place from the 17th to the 21st of April, Ritz Paris will also be allowing...

Acrobats, jugglers, rope climbers, balancers, aerialists, divers, flyers, urban dancers, diaboloists, cyr and aerial hoop whirlers—all moving their bodies in mind-bending ways and making...