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Brasserie Barbès: Changing Times in Paris’ Barbès Neighborhood

by Rooksana Hossenally
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Rooksana Hossenally

Originally from London, Rooksana moved to Paris for what was supposed to be six months - it's now been 12 years. A freelance journalist, she's contributed to many publications from the New York Times, Forbes, and BBC Travel to Condé Nast Traveller and the Guardian. She's headed up several print and online travel and culture magazines, and has worked with brands from L'Oréal to Glamour Magazine optimizing their online platforms. When not working, Rooksana's scouring the city for new creative pockets, hole-in-the-wall Indian restaurants, and procrastinating about the book she's meant to be writing. View Rooksana Hossenally's Website
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Briag Courteaux

Briag Courteaux has been living and working in Paris independently since 2009 as a photographer, working between documentary, personal research, institutional assignments, and private projects. View Briag Courteaux's Website

2 comments on “Brasserie Barbès: Changing Times in Paris’ Barbès Neighborhood

Great article Rooksana .Thanks!

Brasserie Barbès is great.nice sharing.thanks.

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