Nostalgix at 60: Astérix the Gaul’s Big Anniversary

Ahead of Astérix the Gaul's 60th anniversary, we take a peek at what's in store for fans on this diamond jubilee year “Gaul is entirely...

Book Reviews: Let’s Eat France! by François-Régis Gaudry

Who said good things only come in small packages? At a knee-buckling 3kg, and counting, François-Régis Gaudry’s definitive French cookbook is one heck of...

Interview with Janet Hulstrand, Author of “Demystifying the French”

Travelling to France and baffled by the cultural code? Keen for insights even as a long-time expatriate? Pick up a new book by Janet...

Book Reviews: A Beer in the Loire by Tommy Barnes

Stuck in a dead-end job and failing miserably to make it as a stand-up comedian, Tommy Barnes is on the verge of a nervous...

Exclusive Excerpt from Clotilde Dusoulier’s Tasting Paris

Ready to master the classics and cook like a bona fide Parisien(ne)? Clotilde Dusoulier’s easy as tarte recipes will put a welcome French twist...

Book Reviews: Tintin, The Art of Hergé

Yes we know, Tintin is not technically French. OK, he’s Belgian. But the intrepid boy-reporter’s rollicking escapades, from the Congolese forest to the deepest...

Exclusive Excerpt: “Are We French Yet? Keith & Val’s Adventures in...

Editor's note: Following his bestseller One Sip at a Time, Keith Van Sickle is back with another fun and amusing read. "Are We French...

Win a Reproduction of Simone De Beauvoir’s ‘Rescued’ Manuscript Worth $232...

We’re offering one lucky reader the chance to win a reproduction of the original manuscript of De Beauvoir’s seminal feminist text, The Second Sex.. ❋...

Book Reviews: René Lacoste by Laurence Benaïm

It was at Forest Hills, in the finals of the 1927 U.S. Open that René Lacoste emerged as the best tennis player in the...

Book Reviews: Renoir, Father and Son | Painting and Cinema

“I have spent my life trying to determine the extent of the influence of my father upon me,” wrote acclaimed filmmaker Jean Renoir. While...