Photographer and New York Times bestselling author Jamie Beck joins us to talk about her new book, life in France and her inspirations. …read more

In the book “Art Hiding in Paris: An Illustrated Guide to the Secret Masterpieces of the City of Light”, author Lori Zimmer and illustrator Maria Krasinski explore Paris and its art history, telling its story through charming illustrations and captivating texts. …read more

Just an hour and a half from the French capital, Brussels is wonderfully eclectic. You’ll want to stay longer, but if you’ve only got 48 hours, here’s where to head: …read more

You can visit the Louvre and the Orsay again and again — but why not delve a little deeper? Here are our favorite lesser-known Paris museums! …read more

At 24, Tory Hoen moved to Paris with the dream of writing a book. Over a decade later, she is releasing her debut novel, The Arc. …read more

Explore Paris’s arty and foodie La Villette Neighbourhood, a wining and dining mecca scattered with colorful street art and museums. …read more

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Paris is almost back in full swing and Parisians are once again indulging in their favorite past times. Check out these wonderful little spots to get you living like a local this summer. …read more

There are a number of new museums in Paris, or museums that have been undergoing renovations, which have opened their doors since restrictions were lifted, or are due to soon. …read more

John Donohue’s “A Table in Paris” is a collection of drawings and conversations celebrating the combination of dining and artistic creativity that is so uniquely Parisian. …read more

Instagram has come to the rescue to show us there is still art being made in the world, and you can enjoy it from the comfort of your own home. …read more

Art has the ability to transport you to another place and time. Here are my top three suggestions of where to buy art to adorn your walls and dream of la vie française. …read more

Saint-Germain-des-Prés, the Left Bank epicenter of artistic life, is decidedly more bourgeois than bohemian today, but it’s tough to beat its quintessential cobblestoned streets, hidden corners, and see-and-be-seen cafés. While you could spend an entire Sunday just weaving its narrow streets, here are some of the addresses we recommend checking out. …read more

Paris is one of those cities where there’s always a new opening, and this holds true for its art venues too. From a bar inside an abandoned train station that hosts exhibitions and live music performances to a fashion tycoon’s accessible art foundation, here are five culture venues to know about right now in Paris. …read more