The first-ever Paris Fringe Festival of English-language international theater hits the City of Light. Here are some highlights of what shows to look out for.
An avid reader describes how books can help you navigate challenging moments in life, providing comfort, connection and escape when we need it most.
A new season of Paris art exhibits kicks off with masters and naives, colorful forms and figures, artists inspired by art and treasures from nature.
Many of us at INSPIRELLE can remember picking up our copy of FUSAC at one of the English speaking libraries and shops in Paris. Now at 28, the first magazine for expats in Paris makes a move into book publishing.
Visiting the Louvre museum can seem a gargantuan task, and a bit intimidating for some people. But THATLou treasure hunts make discovering art in one of the world's greatest museums a heart-stopping and fun mission for people of all ages.
As the American Library in Paris celebrates its centennial, we look back at the origins, history, evolution and future of this literary landmark.
Discover how confinement helped a Paris photographer find a new way to express her creativity by giving voice to the artists, writers and performers inspired by Paris.
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.
With so many Paris books out there, what exactly has inspired generations of authors to pen stories about the City of Light?