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So you've seen the Sacré-Cœur, taken the obligatory selfie at the candy-pink façade of the Maison Rose, and ambled among the artists and caricaturists...

Sporting bright-rouge lipstick, sparkling Swarovski earrings and a diamond-encrusted bikini, by night Claudine Van Den Bergh looks every inch a showgirl. Yet by day,...

Tonight is a special occasion: showgirl Claudine Van Den Bergh has invited me behind the scenes of arguably the most prestigious cabaret in the...

While no self-respecting Francophile would deny knowledge of the Moulin Rouge, how much did you know about the best cabaret-themed hotels nearby - all...

Up we climb now to the top of Paris; up the butte de Montmartre, the hill overlooking Paris in the 18th arrondissement—a neighborhood of...

"Trying to make my way to the Opera a hundred cars came charging around a blind curve-corner and like all the other pedestrians I...

  Poster featuring Christiane Weber, “La Goulue” (1891), Toulouse Lautrec Coming of age After nearly 50 years in France, at age 70, I’m really no longer into...

When considering the Moulin Rouge’s historical legacy, several names spring easily to mind. La Gouloue, or Louise Weber, is one, and Jane Avril is...

When it comes to traveling with your kids, there are two predominant schools of thought, both extreme. The first is the "why on earth...