For all you francophiles out there, we have gathered more links to some formidable ways to entertain yourselves while in quarantine. Read on. The Opéra de Paris continues to add new videos of full-length performances to its website. Mozart’s Don … Read More
Where does the food Parisians eat come from? And will it keep coming during the lockdown imposed during the coronavirus crisis? Most of it comes from “the belly of Paris,” the gigantic Rungis wholesale market, the largest in the world. … Read More
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, all public events in France are canceled until the end of official restrictions.
For those of us in quarantine (all of France, Italy, Spain and many places in the rest of the world), there is no shortage of entertainment online. Here are some resources for francophones or francophiles looking to polish their French. … Read More
It’s true that Parisians (myself included) were not taking the call for social distancing during the coronavirus crisis seriously. When my friend Frances and I arrived at Django last Friday night, the place was packed. Revelers were making so much … Read More
Imagine that you are an artist arriving in Paris for the first time in 1908. Right away, you are offered a studio in the Bateau Lavoir in Montmartre, where you immediately meet and befriend Pablo Picasso, followed by many of … Read More