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Antoine Lyon born Thibaut Sombardier (ex-Marc Meneau, Le Meurice & Carré des Feuillants with Alain Dutournier) is now at the pianos of this Michelin starred...

Rust and Bone was released while still in competition at the Cannes film festival. In Paris it garnered mostly superlative reviews and long lines,...

Cult cartoonist Robert Crumb is granted “fine art” status as the Museum of Modern Art in Paris hosts an in-depth retrospective of his work....

Les Neiges de Kilimanjaro ~ The Snows of Kilimanjaro Story of a Mugged Communist The wonderful new movie from Robert Guédiguian isn’t directly linked to Ernest...

Celles Qui Aimaient Richard Wagner: A Composer and his Women While Celles Qui Aimaient Richard Wagner (marketed in the UK as "Those Who Loved Richard...

Le Cochon de Gaza: When Pigs Have Wings Le Cochon de Gaza (film will be released in the U.S. entitled When Pigs Have Wings) is set...

Présumé Coupable: J’Accuse! Presumed Guilty (Présumé Coupable) is a film one can only speak of in strong terms. It is not an uplifting film, but...

Cuisine de Bar & Bakery Poilâne, Paris 3rd The first Right Bank Poilâne bakery has launched in NOMA (North of Marais) in former bistro Le...

The film begins as a lugubrious family drama. Paul de Marseul (Niels Arestrup) is a distinguished vintner in the St-Emilion region, so renowned he...

For the last decade I have worshipped at the shrine of Suzy. Suzy Gershman, that is—Shopping Goddess. For those who’ve not yet read Gershman’s...