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Paris Through Your Eyes: Unique Photos and Original Stories Wanted

Are you an amateur photographer or budding freelance writer? Or an experienced Parisian ambassador looking to reach a new audience? We are currently looking for original contributions and unique
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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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January Paris Events: Cake and Beer Pairing, Degas Danse Dessin, Galette des Rois & More

Kick off the New Year in Paris with a month full of events to help you make or break your New Year's resolutions. From culinary delights to
by Emily Dilling
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Paris Podcasts: The Best Frenchie Fixes

Sometimes there’s nothing like sweet Parisian whispers in your ear. Which is why I set off to find the best Paris-related podcasts as well as
by Erin Dahl
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A Quaint Mix of Old & New in Normandy’s Seaside Village Honfleur

In late November, as a several-month stint in Paris was coming to a close, I was far from ready to leave. Perhaps it was due to the fact that
by Erin Dahl
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Roasted Chicken in Paris: The Best Poulet Roti in the City of Light

No country takes chicken more seriously than France, where there are dozens of heritage breeds and where over 30 percent of the chickens consumed
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Sick in Paris? French Medical Assistance 101

The day we moved to Paris, I had pneumonia and my eight-year-old had a confirmed case of strep throat. Snow fell, the thermostat plummeted to
by Sylvia Sabes
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Celebrating Local and Seasonal at La Récolte, Paris’ New Sustainable Food Shop

In the two years that led up to La Récolte's opening in summer of 2014, owner Mathieu Mulliez tirelessly explored France, visiting independent
by Emily Dilling
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Ici-même + Gallerie Graphem: Wine Meets Art in Paris’ 12th Arrondissement

What happens when two fine art graduates of the prestigious École du Louvre team up with a French wine expert? A cadre made in French heaven: a
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Back to School in France: Frantic Moms and Fading Tans

In North America, it's "back to school," when classrooms fill up and families slip into familiar routines, or start new ones as the youngest step
by Sylvia Sabes
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Shopping Break: Our Favorite Paris Lunch Spots Near Le Bon Marché

Aristide Boucicaut opened the world's first department store in the 1850's. Le Bon Marché was an instant and enduring success, changing shopping
by Sylvia Sabes
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Your French Wine Guide: Affordable Wines of Burgundy

Burgundy is home to some of the most rare and expensive wine in the world. Though prices have gone up significantly in recent years, this wine
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The Organic Revolution in Paris: The Best Bio Shops In the City of Light

With more and more people in Paris paying attention to the quality and origin of their food, it's no surprise that independent, organic stores
by Emily Dilling