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The recent Parisian dispute over noise pollution, pitting sleep-deprived residents against clubbers, has been rife with ironies of the best-laid-plans variety. For example, partisans...

There are so many wonderful places to live. In reality, I could move anywhere and have considered many options. I had been thinking about...

Unbelievable. The New York Times runs its worst travel article ever about night life in Paris. Seems that smokers, no longer permitted to huff...

Moulin Rouge Since 1889 Le Moulin Rouge has been turning – if you haven't been to Le Moulin Rouge, immortalised by Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, you...

Pierre Hermé, Fetish Ispahan. ©Pierre Hermé The siren’s call that brings us back to Paris is different for each of us. For me, it’s the...

Some things need no translation, no matter where you see them. They play in a lingua franca more widespread than Greek, Latin, Pidgin, or...

Musée national du Moyen Âge Current temporary exhibition until March 5, 2012: Gaston Fébus (1331-1391), featuring an impressive display of illuminated manuscripts and objects related to this 14th...

Sunday afternoons in Paris tend to be quiet. There are always some tourists milling through the streets, making their way from museum to museum,...

Paris is perfect for lingering long in cafes when not strolling its streets. Thankfully, it is simple to adjust one’s Paris plans when weather,...