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For this week only, a private and spectacular sensorial experience is to be had at the heart of one of Paris’ oldest historical treasures....

Arcachon, (Arcaishon in Gascon), began as a small fishing village nestled within a veritable forest of pine trees, oaks and salt marshes, ...

François Cluzet and Omar Sy in movie still from "Intouchables." Publicity image courtesy of Gaumont France. Intouchables: Untouchable at the Box Office The movie Intouchables has...

  France News of the Week by our news partner, Le Figaro in English ___________________________________________________ France loses Triple A rating On Friday, the credit rating agency Standard &...

Hugo: Neither Fig Nor Grape Hugo (Hugo Cabret in France) is American cinema’s latest valentine to Paris. Woody Allen’s Midnight in Paris won over...

Book Review Balzac's Omelette: A Delicious Tour of French Food and Culture with Honoré de Balzac Published October 2011; Hardcover, 256 pages Publisher: Other Press Language: English By Anne McCarthy It...

Mocha interior of Jacques Genin chocolate boutique. Photo by Jacqui Guglielmino A Visit with Jacques Genin, Master Chocolatier in Le Marais by Jacqui Guglielmino At one end of...

“All for one and one for all!” On the road to Pays d’Artagnan As you drive through the remote, southwestern French countryside, down narrow plane...

Vendors sell hot chestnuts on Paris streets, an autumn tradition. Photo by Jacqui Guglielmino On every street corner in the busy areas of Paris vendors...

Cathèdrale Notre-Dame de Chartres. The Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Chartres (Our Lady of Chartres Cathedral) is one of the largest cathedrals in France. It is a...

Antique postcard with images of Saint Nicolas de Myre, patron saint of Lorraine, France. This is the second of two lessons. Please read Part 1...

Tradtional repas de Noël. Photo: Reed à son Pellier To celebrate the holidays, let’s learn some French set in context in this small, simple and...