Sweet Talking with David Lebovitz

The author of The Sweet Life in Paris talks about life as an American in Paris.
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Francophile Favourites: Alison Judge of Vin & Company Wine Tours

What was your first French experience? The ubiquitous French exchange when I was 14. I went first to my host’s home in Paris. She seemed quite mature (she was a year older than me, but then I...

Francophile Favourites: An Interview with Author David Stannard

What was your first French experience? I was very fortunate to have been educated at a school in northwest London which, for its era, had a very modern and pro-European outlook. At the age of 14, I was...

Yannick Agnel

Winner of two gold medals and one silver in the London Olympics, the 20-year-old swimmer led an impressive French team.

Jean-Marie Ancher: Three Decades at Taillevent

After 36 years, the director of the prestigious Paris restaurant has one more ambition: to win back its third star.

In Conversation: We Meet John Baxter

Why his love affair with France has inspired his work for over 20 years.

French Film: Director Gilles Bourdos Discusses his Renoir Biopic

The movie about the major artist has garnered acclaim around the world.

Robert Carsen

The globe-trotting opera director is something of a Renaissance man, staging plays, art exhibitions and a Wild West show.

Alain Mabanckou

The Music of Words
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In Conversation with Elizabeth Bard, Author of Picnic in Provence

“America is my country, and Paris is my hometown,” said the author and Pittsburgh native Gertrude Stein. Stein was among the “Lost Generation” artists who lived in Paris in the 1920s. (Stein coined the moniker,...