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This Week's Good Reads about Paris and France

April 28, 2021By Heidi EllisonWhat's New Potpourri
The Luxembourg Garden in Jeffrey Millstein’s Paris from the Air.
The Luxembourg Garden in Jeffrey Millstein’s Paris from the Air.
Paris from above

A new book by photographer Jeffrey Millstein, Paris from the Air (Rizzoli), shows a flat-earth view of the city. (CNN)

Pandemic news

The Paris fashion world is grieving the loss of designer Alber Elbaz to Covid at the age of 59. (Dezeen)

A smile for the Nazi executioner

Lisette Moru, a young member of the French Resistance, died in Auschwitz at the age of 17, according to new research into her short life. (France24)

In the dark

A group of 15 French research subjects has just crawled out of the cave they had lived in together for 40 days and night. (Euronews)

Michelin’s Young Chef award

Here’s something to look forward to when lockdown ends: a meal at Mosuke, the Paris restaurant of Mory Sacko, just named Young Chef of 2021. (Africa News)

Bronze Age map rediscovered

It’s set in stone: the oldest known 3D map, the Saint-Bélec Slab, thought to represent the Odet River Valley in Brittany. (The Guardian)


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