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Paris for Seniors

Meet Genevieve Spicer: Ensuring Seniors Have a Blast in Paris

If you’re thinking of a trip to Paris after retirement or if your elderly parents or grandparents are hitting town for the first time, how best to plan this visit? Meet Genevieve Spicer, who knows how to make sure seniors have a whopping good time in Paris.
rainy day activities

15 Rainy Day Activities for Families in Paris

It’s raining, it’s pouring and the kids are bouncing off the walls. Fear not—there are plenty of indoor activities in Paris to keep your wild bambinos happy!
Notre Dame

Man in the Kitchen: Notre Dame – For Whom the Bells Will Toll Again

Millions wept as Notre Dame burned. Why was this cataclysmic event so unifying? Ken Carlton remembers how the cathedral's bells tolled for him during his first flirt in Paris.
Easter in Paris

6 Egg-cellent Ways to Spend Easter in and Around Paris

Spending Easter in Paris? For a twist on the traditional egg hunt (chasse aux oeufs), why not get out to explore some of the spectacular museums, gardens and parks in and around Paris? Here are some of INSPIRELLE's top picks to ensure you have an eggs-ellent weekend:
restored world

Man in the Kitchen: Longing For A World Restored

Our Man in the Kitchen longs for a world restored when Paris can offer hope to the young and a simple French meals with friends can create lasting memories.

Man in the Kitchen: Say Peace with Food

As tensions ratchet up in this season of joy on Paris streets and around the world, is it any wonder we feel lost and confused and weary to the bone? Our Man in the Kitchen suggests taking comfort in food to offer hope and happiness to others.
how teenagers view the world

Teen Scene: The World We Inherit

My generation is pointed to as the one that will inherit this world with its advantages and problems. I sat down with Alice at Balzac high school in Paris for a glimpse of how teenagers view the world today and tomorrow.
non-French women

When Staying at Home is a Danger for Non-French Women

Domestic abuse is a serious problem during confinement, especially for non French-women. Luckily, prominent voices are working to ensure these women are not alone.
How to talk to kids about terrorism

Talking to Kids about Terror and Anxiety

All trauma impacts children, and terrorism is a unique type of traumatic event. Like all trauma, it is sudden and unpredictable. Unlike all trauma, it is inherently violent. How do we talk to our children about terrorism?
two cities

Man in the Kitchen: A Tale of Two Cities Living with COVID-19

Our Man in the Kitchen Ken Carlton reflects on how COVID-19 is affecting life in two of his favorite cities, New York and Paris.