Category Archives: Paris
I’m taking two photography workshops this month with professional photographer Meredith Mullins and ten fellow photographers, organised by the American cultural association WICE. This week for the ‘Exploring Paris Through the Lens’ workshop, we visited the Albert Kahn garden in Boulogne Billancourt, a suburb west of Paris. Albert Kahn was born in March 1860 in […]
Beware Blind People ! In fact this sign is at the exit of the Centre Hospitalier National d’Ophtalmologie des Quinze-Vingts, the National Health Centre/Hospital of Ophthalmology.
I have a new article on My French Life about my visit to the Paris Book Fair, where I met the eccentric Belgian author Amélie Nothomb.
Adapted from The Huffington Post by JEROME PUGMIRE 05/13/13 06:52 PM PARIS — The celebration to honor Paris Saint-Germain’s first French league title in 19 years was cut short Monday following fights between fans and riot police in which 30 people were injured. Tens of thousands of fans waited patiently for the players, who […]
Hugues Lawson Body’s book Paris Youngbloods is a brilliant documentary about Parisian youth and the city of Paris. Hugues is a real Parisian, born and bred. He was raised in the heart of Paris in the Marais district. As a teenager he the Georges Pompidou Center was his library and Les Halles his playground and […]