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JR’s Digital Mural Tells the Moving San Francisco Story

To say that French artist JR’s Chronicles of San Francisco mural is moving is an understatement. It actually moves. Not only does each person...

San Francisco Fetes 2019 Bastille Day as a French-American Day of...

San Francisco first celebrated Bastille Day in 1880, the year that France established July 14 as the national holiday to honour the French Republic....

Monet: The Late Years at the Kimbell Art Museum in Texas

Missed Claude Monet’s fabulous waterlilies in San Francisco? Then catch them in Fort Worth.

French American Chamber of Commerce: La Soirée Glitters in San Francisco

It’s always a grand party. The 37th edition of the French American Chamber of Commerce San Francisco (FSCCSF) fundraising party, La Soirée, featured amazing...

Fête Populaire

Every year San Francisco's Fête Populaire treats Francophiles to a fun-filled day, culminating in the hotly-anticipated Bal des Pompiers.

In San Francisco, French World Cup Fans Connect to Watch Les...

Arnaud Auger has lived and worked in San Francisco for three years, and when the French team for this year’s World Cup took shape,...

French American Business Awards Highlight French-American Partnerships

In San Francisco at the French American Business Awards (FABA), the partnership between France and America showed a strong, inspiring way forward for all...

French Artist JR Captures the Faces of San Francisco

From early Indian settlements to the gold rush of high tech, San Francisco continues to attract writers and artists who tell its story through...

Interview with Emmanuel Lebrun-Damiens, New Consul General of France in San...

When Emmanuel Lebrun-Damiens stepped off the plane in May to take the position of Consul General of France in San Francisco, he was fulfilling...