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This is a story that will stay with you. Clare, the American wife of a British diplomat, has created a life that is on...

“Paris is sexy because it’s subtle.” Six words, written by Alexander Lobrano in Hungry for Paris, lead me to break a hard and fast...

Snowdrifts give way to crocuses, and songbirds perched in budding cherry trees announce that spring is here, with swimsuit season hot on its heels....

On December 26, 1999, a storm tore violently across France. Fifteen years later, le Tempête is still spoken of in hushed tones and nearly...

Anne McCarthy’s Big Macs in Paris is about the experience of an outsider in Paris. It fits the classic coming of age memoir, but does...

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...

When you consider the highlights of time spent in Paris, I imagine food and wine rank high. Chances are you have more than a...

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...

Generally, I distrust most food memoirs. There seems to be a widespread acceptance of embellishing and toying with events in order to massage the...

Michael Tonello knows Paris. He is the Indiana Jones of the handbag world (minus the fedora and bullwhip). Tonello traveled the globe, hunting for the...

"The smell of gauloises and urine in the streets of Paris.  The feel of cold wind in Pere Lachaise cemetery.  The sight of the...