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It is said that everyone has a book in them. Not literally, of course. For if that were the case there would be a lot...

Who hasn’t wondered about the lives our parents lived before we came along? Often the details are elusive. Patricia Daly–Lipe spent 15 years researching...

We will never go hungry for opinions about food and cooking, especially related to Paris. Bookshelves, magazine racks, and the blogosphere are bloated with...

It began when I lived in Paris and continues to this day. I love meeting visitors to the city, especially those who are seeing...

The opening of Baz Luhrmann’s film, The Great Gatsby, has reignited the publishing world. Sales of the book are again topping bestseller lists, and creating...

It is probably safe to say that anyone raised Catholic knows about the Way of St. James. I was not raised Catholic, but I...

“Chamaret” waltzed into the Bonjour Paris chat room (yes, there were online chats each night) and, first thing, she asked what color the fire...

My life as a Francophile began with pommes soufflés. Actually, it began with my friend Mary, who introduced me to pommes soufflés many years...

Last time I checked, which was, in fact, a few minutes ago, the median age of the French population is just a few...

It should probably not be too surprising that many of the people commenting about this book on Facebook, blogs and in other public places,...

Jacqueline Kennedy, Historic Conversations on Life with John F. Kennedy Interviews with Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr., 1964 Hyperion, New York, 2011 368 pages and 8 CDs Jack and...

One of the most popular paintings in the Musée d’Orsay is by Renoir; it shows a woman reading a book. She holds the book...