Navigate your way around the City of Light with our insider’s guide to Paris. Find the best entertainment in Paris and experience the city’s beautiful parks and gardens.
Celebrated African Americans like James Baldwin, Langston Hughes, and Josephine Baker came to Paris to find a freedom that didn’t exist in the U.S.
When Claude Monet’s water lily paintings were first displayed in the Musée de l’Orangerie, the critics panned them and the public stayed away in droves.
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While there were some Covid-related issues to arise, the Cannes Film Festival experienced its trademark fun and excitement, with notable moments both on and off the tapis rouge.
The Cannes Film Festival is in full swing, after being canceled in 2020, and then postponed in 2021 from its regular May date to July. Here’s the latest buzzy news from la Croisette.
MK2’s latest spin on cinema is the Hotel Paradiso, its name inspired by the Italian classic, Cinema Paradiso. A theme hotel for movie buffs.
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Often when we picture a dream wedding, Paris makes an appearance. Romantic architecture, champagne and a twinkling Eiffel Tower seem…
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Oft equated with Paris, Bal-musette is a romantic waltz-style of music featuring the accordion. Traditionalists are keeping this genre of street music alive with the addition of modern beats and picaresque players.
What happens in the city streets after the 6 pm curfew goes into effect in pandemic-era Paris? Photographer Meredith Mullins takes us on a photo odyssey.
The patriotism of Quatorze Juillet (aka Fête Nationale and Bastille Day) emerged in different form this year. In these times of pandemic, many of the traditional events were altered
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