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Paris has long been revered not only as a city of beauty but also of thought. Throughout its history it has acted...

Ever since September 11, 2001, most people can’t have that day come and go without remembering the devastating destruction and loss that occurred. Three...

How many times have you heard people say they need to live where their children do? You’ll hear that refrain again when they become...

Each quarter of Paris has its own personality and charm but there's something luxurious about this area. It’s chic, historical and architecturally splendid. How...

Most people who move to another country do so after they or their partner accept a new job that requires relocation. These are the...

La crêperie des Canettes, Paris 6th. Photo by patrianova. It’s easy to get blasé about crêpes in Paris. If you’re anything like me, after a brief but...

This is a very chipper book, and no wonder. The rain never falls in the Provence of Anne-Marie Simons, the mistral never blows or...

May 1st was the 23rd anniversary of the day I moved to Paris for a six-month gig. For most people, it would be a...

April in Paris is revered in song and dance and in practice, and this year’s weather has been incredible with practically no rain and...

Reasons why I love Paris: the accent. Ponder that a moment. Why are we all enthralled with that sexy French accent that native-French-speakers have...

Profitez de l’instant When writer Sidonie-Gabrielle Colette was asked what her life’s dream was, she haughtily replied: “And what would I do with a single dream?” While quantity...

When ordinary mortals fall in love with Paris, they make it their business to uncover its secrets—visiting the museums, strolling through the different arrondissements,...