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Springtime in Paris It is springtime in Paris; and this is by far the most beautiful spring weather I have ever experienced here. The...

April 18-24, 2011 BonjourParis France News Daily Newest entries are on the top for current week, Monday-Sunday.   Thursday, April 21: French riot police no longer...

All across France Christian and Jewish families will celebrate Pâques (Easter) and Pesach or Pâque juive (Passover) holidays in April. This year, the...

The Jardin du Luxembourg, for me, is one of the most fantastically enjoyable city parks in the world. It is wonderful during all seasons,...

André-Jacques Garnerin’s ascent to becoming the world’s first parachutist was harder than his descent—although his landing had a few bumps. Born in 1769, the...

The trouble, of course, is my own doing. When the buying was good, I didn’t buy an apartment in Paris. I wasn’t really thinking...

  I have seen the Pantheon from many angles, but never from this angle in a fifth floor apartment we rented in the 5th Arrondissement...

Gone are the ghosts and banished the phantoms of the beasts that lowed their last at Paris’s northern borders. Sired in 1867 by a...

Once infâme for the flotsam of drugs, crime and homeless awash on its shores, Paris’s red-headed stepchild has been reborn. No longer a place...

Arrivederci! I'm on my way out of the public toilet in the park, a poor replacement for le pissoir d'antan, but there's...

Les Internationaux de France de Roland Garros, The French Open, is a très glam tennis tournament; early round losers happily slink off to shop...

In the early 19th century, this luxury hotel served as private apartments. In its earliest incarnation this was the site of a stunning...