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Restaurants: La Musardière in Giverny

Just steps from Monet’s house and gardens in the heart of picturesque Giverny, this hotel-restaurant is ideal for a meal before or after a...

Restaurant Reviews: Racine in Reims

Japanese-born Kazuyuki Tanaka’s serene Zen dining room near the cathedral in the heart of the city is the table not to miss during a...

Restaurant Reviews: Homer in Paris

On a rainy Saturday in Saint-Germain-des-Prés, I ducked into restaurateur Moïse Sfez’s newly opened eatery just a few steps from the Odeon as much...

On Écoute: Erik Satie

Rediscovering the 19th-century maverick Lambasted by some and lauded by others, Satie's work (and outlandish behaviour) divided public opinion. A “phonometrographer”. That's how Erik Satie described...

Book Review: Jacques Henri Lartigue, Published by Flammarion

“When I think about my photo collections (and I rarely do), I say to myself, ‘The only ones that have a chance of entertaining...

Actress Karin Viard Talks Her Latest Film, Chanson Douce

Multi-award-winning actress Karin Viard is responsible for some of the most heart-stopping moments in French cinema, but her latest role as a nanny in...

Book Review: Dior, Moments of Joy

A brief scan of the preface – a psychoanalytical essay on the mechanisms of joy – tells you this is no ordinary fashion coffee-table...

French Film Review: Sibyl, Directed by Justine Triet

Is it a comedy, a thriller, a tragedy perhaps? All of the above? Like its eponymous heroine, Justine Triet’s psychodrama (here is another one!)...

Book Review: Les Misérables by Victor Hugo

It's one of those classics every man and his dog claims to have read – and with more film and TV adaptations than you...

French Film Review: By the Grace of God, Directed by François...

Based on the child-abuse scandal still rocking France, By the Grace of God is a harrowing and downright nauseating account of three men's quest...