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When the fire spread through Notre-Dame de Paris last year on April 15, all of our worst fears came to light. The beautiful church...

In November 2017, Notre Dame had another monumental event in its long history: An incredible illumination presentation emblazoned on the front façade. Bruno Seillier, who...

You know the saying, "I need a vacation from my vacation", it could very well been invented by someone who has been a visitor...
Marais

The 4th arrondissement of Paris is one of its most quaint, yet most bustling. Jam-packed with shops, cafés, small museums and some the oldest...

  A typical French country cart still used in the heart of France Don’t call us, we’ll call you They weren’t simple-minded, but rather what you...

French bells flying home on Easter Sunday The history of Pâques This...

Paris’ Latin Quarter, the 5th Arrondissement, is home to the heart of the city, the Notre Dame de Paris, a church that has stood...

Paris’ Latin Quarter, the 5th Arrondissement, is home to the heart of the city, the Notre Dame de Paris, a church that has stood...

I remember this particular area of Paris as though it was once home. In fact, the first article I ever wrote was...

Paris is a multi-layered feast from any of numerous perspectives.  My own preferred ‘lens’ on Paris has always been culinary and cultural....

Cathédrale Notre Dame is the most visited landmark in Paris resulting in a vast sea of people flooding the Place du Parvis Notre Dame...

Last week I carried privileged information, guarded in the deepest secrecy: I was one of the thousands sworn to secrecy as an invited guest...