Liza Minnelli: An American in Paris

Liza Minnelli is coming to Paris. The American diva, daughter of the legendary Judy Garland and a star made famous in her own right by her Oscar-winning performance in Cabaret, takes the stage this...

Sa.Qua.Na

Sa.Qua.Na is not only the motto of chef Alexandre Bourdas, but also a homonym for "fish" in Japanese (sakana).

Wine of the Month

You may already know that many wines produced in different parts of the world are made from French grapes. Two of the most common, Chardonnay and Pinot Noir, trace their origins and still stake their claim to fame from the great French wine region of Burgundy.

Offbeat Happy Hours

Until recently, happy hours were limited to bistrots and bars. Paris is suddenly adapting the ritual to other things.

New York: Graphic Novels from Europe

The New Literature from Europe series celebrates graphic novels this year.

The 22nd Annual Translation Prizes

The French-American Foundation and the Florence Gould Foundation

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A festival of Chinese art in Brussels

Henri Rousseau Celebrated in Basel

At the Fondation Beyeler

Moving Art

In December, after a nearly 70-year hiatus, Paris launched its revived tramway on the city's southeastern border. But, even more remarkable than the clean, silent, modern new transport is the art along the nine-kilometer line.

Enchanted Noel at Vaux-le-Vicomte

It's always been a magical place. The château of Vaux-le-Vicomte, 35 miles southeast of Paris, is a jewel box of a castle nestled in the same hilly green region that produces fromage de Brie....