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Paris December Events: Christmas Markets, Dégustation Bulles and Champagne & More

Vic Xia 

 The holiday season has officially hit Paris with the city’s first snowfall arriving on the first day of the month. Even though the annual Champs-Elysées market won’t take place this year – as City Hall Tourism Lead, Jean-François Martins, claimed, “it wasn’t good enough for Paris.” – there are plenty of other enticing options that deserve support.

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November Events in Paris: Paris Photo, Salon des Vignerons Indépendant & More

HiP Paris Blog rounds up the top events in Paris this NovemberParis Photo

November is photography month in Paris. Numerous events are happening over the upcoming four weeks, but one of our favorites is Paris Photo at the Grand Palais. Running November 9-12, it’s the world’s premier international art fair dedicated to the medium and this year’s edition will feature over 180 exhibitors.

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October Events in Paris: Marché des Producteurs, Gauguin, Le Festival des Vins & More

HiP Paris Blog rounds up this October's events in ParisHamiltons53

Celebrate the crisp return of autumn at the Marché des Producteurs Aveyronnais from October 6 – 8. Appropriately held on rue de l’Aubrac in the 12th arrondissement, the festival is made for fans of hearty Southwestern cuisine (think aligot and Roquefort).

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Autumn Jazz Events in Paris: Jazz sur Seine, Blue Note Festival & Postmodern Jukebox

HiP Paris Blog rounds up this Autumn's jazz eventsPostmodern Jukebox

There’s something about autumn that is inexorably linked to the cool brooding sound of a saxophone or just the right melancholy piano melody. In fact, many a Paris flaneur seeks a good jazz show in the fall, when la rentrée brings us back to reality.

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September Events in Paris: Maison & Objet, FOOD Temple, and Cocktail Street

HiP Paris Blog rounds up what's on this September

Maison & Objet

The highlight of Paris Design Week kicks off this week with Maison & Objet. The three-day interior design expo returns to Paris Nord Villepinte Exhibition Centre from September 8-12, a five-day celebration of global design and the crossroads of business and creativity.

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August in Paris: What to do When the Parisians Disappear

HiP Paris Blog tells you what to do in Paris when the Parisians disappearNo Entry – Joann Pai

August is always a strange time in Paris. Streets which are usually buzzing with people suddenly take on the deserted appearance of a town in a Western movie; and the queues that normally snake from the most sought-after establishments completely dissipate. The desperate rush to squeeze inside my metro is usually an exercise which resembles the evacuation of the Titanic (except I’m pretty sure the first class passengers had the decency to wear deodorant – which is more than I can say for the armpits you get wedged under on the Line 13). But in August the metro is eerily empty (although while the armpits on the Line 13 are unfortunately remain as sweaty as ever).

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August Events in Paris: Cinema en Plein Air, Rollerdisco and Rock en Seine

HiP Paris Blog rounds up the top events this AugustAfterwork Food/La Villette

The Musée du Quai Branly has teamed up with the Refugee Food Festival for a garden dinner party on August 3. Chef Mohammad Elkhaldy will be sharing his French-inspired Syrian cuisine over three seatings, at 7pm, 7:45pm, and 8:30pm. Entry is free, but space is limited.

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Paris’ Summer Art Expos Not To Be Missed: Art/Afrique, Guy Bourdin and David Hockney

HiP Paris Blog rounds up this summer's artistic offerings© The Guy Bourdin Estate 2017 / Courtesy of Louise Alexander Gallery

It’s nearly August, and while most of the French are going on summer holidays, there’s still plenty to do in Paris. Cafés and shops may close, but many of the city’s art galleries and museums remain open. The mass exodus of Parisians during the summer holidays means there are often less crowds, making it the perfect time to take in some art. Enjoy the empty city – and air conditioning! – while exploring some of the artistic offerings this summer in Paris.

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Ground Control: A New Home Near Gare De Lyon, Great Eats, and a Community Garden

HiP Paris Blog reports on Ground Control's new address

Ground Control, the 18th arrondissement’s beloved ephemeral summer hangout spot, has changed its zip code. After two years in its original location at a former railway warehouse, the pop-up has moved into a former post office space in the 12th, near the Gare de Lyon.

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July Events in Paris: Afropunk, Mark Shaw, the Cuban National Ballet, and More

HiP Paris Blog lists what's on in Paris this JulyLes Heures Heureuses

We’re kicking off summer with the return of Les Heures Heureuses from July 5 – 7. The culinary concept remains the same – to offer Parisians gourmet apéro snacks for 2 euros at restaurants around the city but this year, for its 6th edition, the event has grown to 17 foodie walks with more than 300 addresses will partake. Keep your eyes peeled for more information about how to sign-up.

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