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Peace and Solidarity for Paris and for the World

We stand in solidarity‬ with the rest of ‪France‬ and mourn the innocent victims of the Paris attacks on 13 November, as our hearts go out to their families and loved ones. And, we've been touched by the outpouring of sentiments and support from friends around the world.
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COP 21 People Power: 10 Ways to Join the Climate Conversation

Want to join the climate conversations taking place during COP 21, which kicks off in Paris next week, but you're not a world leader? Here are 10 ways we average citizens in Paris and anywhere can and should get involved.
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Dominica’s Petit Journal: Can COP21 Save the Planet?

How many of us see and feel the veil of pollution that all too often hangs over Paris, dulling the city of lights? What does mandatory alternative driving tell you about the air we breathe? What can the upcoming COP 21 Conference do about it?
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Pop Culture Mama: The Wonderful World of Warhol

One of the great things about raising kids in Paris is how much history and culture they absorb just by walking around. A casual stroll through the center of town will expose them to classic architecture, contemporary sculpture and haute couture, all before lunch. Unfortunately, that doesn’t mean we are all raising little art aficionados. I’ve gotten smarter about planning cultural outings.
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Marathon Woman: Where to Run in Paris

So you’re ready to start running in Paris? Bravo! Paris is a wonderful city for running. Wonderful, that is, so long as you know where to go, because negotiating the ever-present cobblestones can be tricky at best, and ankle and knee shredding at worst.
Mimi Thorisson: A Kitchen in France

GIVEAWAY: Win Mimi Thorisson’s Cookbook “A Kitchen in France”! – CLOSED

Enter our giveaway and you might win a FREE copy of Mimi Thorisson's popular cookbook: A Kitchen in France: A Year of Cooking in My Farmhouse!

ARTECASE: Parisian Treasure Hunters in Search of Collectible Design

Art lovers are rarely disappointed when they visit Paris for cultural inspiration. And when two like minds meet, sparks fly. Elizabeth Chase and Susan Bouliier are both cultural addicts who met in Paris and decidedly joined forces to create ARTECASE. Experienced in the art of treasure hunting for collectible design, the two co-founders mapped out their favorite cultural places for INSPIRELLE.
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Dominica’s Petit Journal: Cool African Vibes in Paris

Congolese art comes to Paris, at the prestigious Fondation Cartier, until January 2016. Beauté Congo 1926-2015 is an exhibition of visual arts, music and photography which works backwards, beginning with the contemporary work of some current artists and ending on a series of precursor paintings dating back to 1926.
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Never Too Old to Enjoy Paris

It's hard to resist Paris at any age, but for some people this city is not particularly user-friendly. Find out how Paris for Seniors is making the city an accessible travel option for seniors and also for those who may need a little extra TLC.