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Abélard and Héloïse, Napoléon and Joséphine, Rodin and Camille, Sand and Chopin, Modigliani and Hébuterne, Sartre and de Beauvoir, Breton and Nadja, Miller and...

When ordinary mortals fall in love with Paris, they make it their business to uncover its secrets—visiting the museums, strolling through the different arrondissements,...

Dorothy's Gallery The French have long had an interest in American popular culture: they adopted jazz after World War I, blue jeans and chewing gum...

They say every second person in New York is a critic while every second person in Paris is an artist. The current estimate of...

The European Independent Film Festival (ECU) took place recently at the Grand Action cinema in Paris’ 5th arrondissement. The festival was a rousing success,...

Springtime and the tourist season has come to Paris and, as is the case each year, the French capital is abound with “must-see” art...

Culture lovers' eyes are smiling in the City of Light this month, and as you will see, there is a lot to smile about!...

Eric Rohmer, France’s elder statesman of film, died January 11 at age 89.   Rohmer was the paradox of French cinema. His films were called...

Two-and-a-half hours southeast of Paris, in the part of Champagne that borders Burgundy, is a lovely little village where Pierre Auguste Renoir and his...

If you have never heard of the French artist Fernand Pelez (1848-1913) you are not the first. His work on display until January...

“I’m beginning to know how to paint. It has taken me more than 50 years to get this far and I’m not done yet,”...