Linda Hervieux, author of "Forgotten" recounts how a chance meeting with an 89-year old veteran while covering the 65th anniversary of the infamous D-Day landing in Normandy impacted both their lives.
The new Paris art & culture season is packed with must-see exhibits, from rare retrospectives to visiting collections to new ways of looking at old friends.
An Asian-American blogger in Paris wonders if Crazy Rich Asians, the first American movie featuring all-Asian cast in 20 years, will mean as much to French-Asians as it does to her.
What does it mean to be "spiritual"? For the past 30 years, I was and am searching for transcendence, multidimensionality, whatever you want to call it: to have an answer to that eternal question : ”is that all there is?” and if not, then, what else is there?
Summertime at last! Our Man in the Kitchen says the best recipe for unplugging over the holidays is to feast on nourishing summer books and tasty seasonal dishes.
What better way to spend the longest day of the year than by making music late into the night? For the 35th edition of la Fête de la Musique in Paris, the theme is "Music is stronger than…", an uplifting appeal to unite as a community after a difficult year.
Elaine Sciolino’s latest bestseller about her French neighborhood street, la rue des Martyrs, is already rumored to become the favorite in this year’s list of best Paris books. Sciolino has lovingly, brilliantly and thoroughly written about la rue des Martyrs in the 9th arrondissment of Paris, which for the author is “The Only Street in Paris”.