QUESTIONED one evening late last year by a television show host what he would want to be were he given the choice of...
Ironically, the most interesting comment on the book comes from nobody else but the author himself.
The Museum Marmottan Monet presents the impressive private collection of the Swiss couple
Marcus Klingberg, at the prime of his career, remained the enigmatic spy who willingly went out into the cold.
WHEN the funeral ceremony for the 130 Black Friday massacre victims took place at Napoleon’s tomb in Paris,...
After three years of trial the court finally sentenced the accused to eighteen years in prison for murder of Marchal.
Can Western powers resolve this crisis by conducting air strikes on Daesh bases in Syria alone?
Any man of law drawing his gun would naturally bring to your mind’s eye a western from Hollywood's golden era.
Mayor authorises Airbnb to organise competition offering winners free bed and breakfast for two in Paris' catacombs.
An electrifying exhibition in Paris pays tribute to the Medici family for its astounding contribution to art and culture
French politicians of the Left but also the Right are at the moment furiously scratching their own backs and crying foul
Neutral packaging for cigarette packs to become a legal obligation in France.
Vincent Van Gogh’s 125th death anniversary was commemorated at Auberge Ravoux, the inn where he had lived the last
EVERY tourist is likely to go through this mini-adventure sooner or later in Paris. An oddly dressed young woman...
Born in Florence in 1929, Fallaci was steeped into politics at an early age as her parents were opposed to Mussolini.
THESE are summer vacation days in France and educational institutions are closed until early September. That however...
July 23 this year marks the 70th anniversary of the opening of the treason trial against a national hero.
Many French intellectuals say they are revolted by these reforms.
BOYHOOD, an American film, was at the centre of much attention earlier this year at the Cannes Film Festival. The...
DAY after tomorrow France will be remembering one of the most eccentric figures in its intellectual history on his...