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Multicultural Paris: Inside La Chapelle

If you’re eager to discover an authentic Paris neighborhood far from the touristy hordes, try visiting La Chapelle – a Parisian quartier on the border of the 10th, 18th, and 19th arrondissements.
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Another Expat in the City of Light: Finding ‘Home’ in Paris

The expat experience is full of trails and errors, risks and rewards, and often the payoff is not at all what we expect. As expats, we take what
by Marisa Gupta
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Where to Find the Best Brunch in Paris: Our Top Picks for Brunching in the City

Cooking breakfast is an intimate experience that requires great heart and attention; it is the first meal of the day. Your empty belly craves for
by Lise Kvan
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5 Pailles: A Hidden Coffee Shop in Paris’ 10th Arrondissement

Paris teaches you that appearances can be deceiving. One of the biggest charms of the city is how it can change from tiny to titanic, small to
by Emily Dilling
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Peonies: Café et Fleurs on rue du Faubourg Saint-Denis

Until now, you had to go to your favorite Parisian coffee shop before going to your favorite flower shop if you wanted to pick up a bouquet of
by Emily Jackson
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Le Mordant: A Carnivore’s Paradise in the Hip 10th Arrondissement

Winter is swiftly arriving in Paris and locals are warding off the froid in perfect French fashion: by gathering around tables and sharing
by Emily Dilling
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Myrthe: A Quality Cantine and 100% French Épicerie Along Paris’ Canal St-Martin

Sandwiched between coffee shop Ten Belles and florist Bleuet Coquelicot, Mrythe is one of the Canal Saint Martin’s newest tenants. In addition to
by Kate Robinson
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Paris’ First All Bulk Organic Supermarket Pop-up: BioCoop21

BioCoop, a French organic grocery chain, has opened BioCoop21: Paris’ first all bulk, organic pop-up shop with over 250 options to buy 100% en
by Sylvia Sabes
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Je Suis Paris: Images of Solidarity and Hope in the Face of Tragedy

Here in Paris the post-tragedy healing process will inevitably be a long one, but in the mere few days since Friday’s brutal attacks, Paris has
by Erin Dahl
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Reflections from Paris: November 13, 2015 and the Prospect of Peace

I found myself uncharacteristically laying low this past Friday evening, having decided to stay in with friends at my flat in Paris’ 10th
by Erin Dahl
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Endless Summer at CopperBay Cocktail Bar in Paris’ 10ème

One bar that will let us hold onto our summer memories is Copper Bay, where the ease of the South of France has been brought to the City of
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Ambrym: Sustainable Made-in-France Fashion on the Canal St-Martin

Gabrielle and Marion are the dynamic women behind Ambrym, a French label dedicated to sustainable and locally made fashion. Together they have
by Emily Dilling
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Finding Your Creativity in Paris with SEYMOUR+

This year, not-for-profit Seymour Projects evolved into a physical space called SEYMOUR+, which gives the general public a place to disconnect
by Amy Thomas