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The great artist Pablo Picasso (1881-1973) lived in a world marked by major conflicts. This intriguing exhibition looks at Picasso’s relationship with war; though...

Calling all Egyptology fans. An exhibition devoted to Tutankhamun is heading to Paris. From March 23 to September 15, 2019, La Villette will showcase...

Take a journey to the Pacific, right in Paris. The Quai Branly Museum is hosting an exhibition dedicated to Oceania from March 12- July...

As all eyes are focused on the 2018 Olympic Games in PyeongChang, South Korea, few realize the Olympic Games as we know them today...

As it is the month of July, thus the month of Bastille Day (July 14), the time is ripe to dip into a –...

The French Open will be held over two weeks between late May and early June at the Stadium Roland Garros in Paris France. Named after the...
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The Navy museum in Paris dedicates this special exhibition to the history of fishing and in particular the fish that changed the world: cod. The historical technical and economic adventure leads to contemporary questions of sustainability of marine resources.

Ceremonies celebrating the “Mysteries of Osiris” were performed in the utmost secrecy in most cities of Egypt and culminated in a long water procession...
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The story of Paris can be told through its landscape—tales of glories past concealed in stone, iron and glass which offer a glimpse into...

I have some French friends whom I refer to as the linguist police.  They never miss an opportunity to correct my pronunciation of their...

At the crossroads of the 10th, 11th, 19th, and 20th districts, Belleville is known among Parisians as a miniature Chinatown and for its rowdy...

CUNY students on the terrace of the café in the International House In the 14th arrondissement, at the very center of the southernmost edge of...