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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...

It's no secret that Joel Stratte-McClure, American-born larger-than-life former IHT and People/Time contributor, likes nothing better than a cracking good walk. Gathering material for...

The streets of Paris honor its history and its heroes. Walking through the 12th arrondissement, you may pass the Place Moussa et Odette Abadi,...

As an incorrigible lover of almost everything French, I can't seem to pass by any book about the country.  I am seduced by its...

  In the book, Cazals’ mouthwatering images of macarons, truffles, pastries and tarts are as tempting as the real thing and they're calorie free! “So what...

"Ah, the Beats," an Irish-heavy voice sighed from behind me. "If you've read the Beats then you must, of course, be familiar with Fante?"I...

Where can you see the daily spectacle of George Sand, Charles Baudelaire and Frédéric Chopin – not to mention Harriet Welty-Rochefort – striking significant...

A Review of Paris, I Love You But You're Bringing Me Down, by Rosecrans Baldwin Rosecrans Baldwin has written a funny book with the arc...

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

There are more books written about Paris than anyone can wade through in a lifetime - and for those of us who stroll the...

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