Book Reviews: Berthe Morisot, Published by Flammarion

Berthe Morisot was the first woman to band together with the free spirits soon to be known as the Impressionists, leading the charge of...

Pimp My Pistou: A Recipe Tour of France

Join us on a gastronomic journey across France, as we lift the lid on some of its best-loved recipes and meet the chefs who...

Book Reviews: Coco Chanel by Susan Goldman Rubin

Because you’re never too young to brush up on your fashion icons, Coco Chanel – Pearls, Perfume and the Little Black Dress is just...

The American Library in Paris Gala Hosts Salman Rushdie

Members and friends of the American Library in Paris gathered for the 2018 Gala Dinner featuring award-winning author and literary luminary Salman Rushdie. This...

Market Day in L’Isle sur la Sorgue: The Stuff Center of...

Ever stop in front of a real estate office and fantasize about living in a foreign place? Best-selling author Mary-Lou Weisman and her husband...

Exclusive Excerpt: “(Not Quite) Mastering the Art of French Living” by...

Hitting bookstores this week, Mark Greenside's latest memoir continues the journey started in his first popular book, I’ll Never Be French. Two decades ago, Greenside...

On the Trail of George Orwell in Paris

Following a well-trodden literary path taken by authors such as F. Scott Fitzgerald, James Joyce and Ernest Hemingway and hoping to join their illustrious...

Food for Thought: French Writers & the Pleasure of the Palate

“Cuisiner suppose une tête légère, un esprit généreux et un cœur large.” --Colette Hungry for just the right words, French writers have always been inspired...

Piece of Cake: Interview with Bruno de Monte, Director of Ferrandi...

For close to 100 years, Ferrandi Paris has whipped novices into world-class chefs and pâtissiers. As the prestigious School of Culinary Arts releases its...

Deux Cafés, S’il Vous Plaît: Les Deux Magots & Café de...

Still popular with celebrities, a century ago Les Deux Magots and the Café de Flore were the haunts of some of the greatest thinkers...