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Lights, Camera, Action! Five Unmissable Parisian Movie Houses

In France, cinema is the 7th art, as culturally important as painting or literature and like museums or libraries, movie houses play a key role in local culture. Netflix has not yet come up the
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10 Reasons to Love August in Paris

For those who cherish the peaceful atmosphere resulting from the mass exodus of holiday-goers, August is Paris’ most prized month. In the past, I
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by Lily Heise
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Paris Through Another Lens: Travel Writer vs. Tourist

Visitors see Paris as a giant playground, an outdoor museum with amazing food and wine, as the most inspirational city in the world. Visitors may
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by Bryan Pirolli
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L’Hydromel de Paris: A Catacombs-Fermented Cult Beverage in the Making

Locals and tourists alike are well acquainted with Paris’ Catacombs. But there is something aging beneath Place Denfert-Rochereau besides the
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by Erin Dahl
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Happy New Year 2016! A Look Back on HiP Paris: Best of 2015

Steel Cyclewear & Coffeeshop, Jean-Marie Heidinger As 2015 comes to a close, the requisite annual nostalgia is setting in. The past year has
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by Erin Dahl
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Le Bon Saint Pourçain: Back with New Owners and a Traditional-Modern Mix

A longtime favorite in Saint Germain, Le Bon Saint Pourçain reopened its doors under new ownership this spring, two years after its sudden
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by Sylvia Sabes
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The Parisian Kitchen Cooking Class and Market Tour

Sitting down to a meal that you labored over is truly special. If this is your first visit to Paris or even if you have lived here on and off,
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by Meghan Cunningham
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Brasserie Barbès: Changing Times in Paris’ Barbès Neighborhood

This year’s most anticipated brasserie address in Paris finally opened its doors this April after a two-year refurbishment. While Brasserie
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by Rooksana Hossenally
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Le Servan: Beautiful and Inventive Cuisine by the Levha Sisters in Paris’ 11ème

Despite its unassuming exterior and simple table settings, Le Servan is where serious dinners go to both talk passionately about food as well as
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by Emily Dilling
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Inside Frank Gehry’s Fondation Louis Vuitton, Paris’ Newest Architectural Sensation

The eye-arresting Fondation Louis Vuitton was built to celebrate contemporary art and French crafts. Designed by architect Frank Gehry, the
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by Sylvia Sabes
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Dersou: Vegetable-focused Dining Near Paris’ Bastille Neighborhood

Japanese chef Taku Sekine, formerly of Clown Bar, and Sherry Butt alum bartender Amaury Guyot have teamed up to open their first restaurant in
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by Emily Dilling
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Holiday Dining in Paris: Christmas and New Year’s Eve Openings

It's the holiday season and those who jump on vacation as an opportunity for international travel often flock to Paris this time of year.
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by Emily Dilling
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Saint-Sulpice: A Peek Inside One of Paris’ Most Coveted Neighborhoods

Come take a stroll and explore the Saint-Sulpice neighborhood of Paris' sixth arrondissement. Centered around the church of the same name, the
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by Sylvia Sabes
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