As the American Library in Paris celebrates its centennial, we look back at the origins, history, evolution and future of this literary landmark.
The Paris Fall-Winter 2020-2021 art season brings an enticing mix of famous names and new discoveries with a focus on fashion, photography, landscapes and the metaphysical.
"French-Bashing" is officially a phenomenon that the French press has been aware of for years. It seems that everyone the world over loves to scorn Gallic shrugs, allegedly rude waiters and politicians that have a sex life worthy of a bad soap opera. Maybe it's jealousy, maybe it's just a bit of fun, for Anglo-Saxons at least. But to focus on negative points is taking a rather narrow view, n'est ce pas?
With so many Paris books out there, what exactly has inspired generations of authors to pen stories about the City of Light?
After a year in France, a Mexican foodie makes the transition from tortillas to baguettes and learns to love French food.
Author Lindsey Tramuta explores the myth of the French woman and offers a more timely, diverse and empowering vision of who embodies the New Parisienne.
An American expat and avid reader argues that books are an essential part of life and suggests how to support your local bookshop this holiday season.
Business etiquette and French savoir-vivre coach Marie de Tilly explains how mastering good manners can make all the difference in fitting into French society.
Read Kate Kemp-Griffin's favorite chapter from her new book, a behind-the-scenes look into the sensuous, intimate world of French lingerie.