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Marseilles in Colour

Last week in Art we created some vaguely abstract watercolour pictures based on areas of Marseilles. I am sure you’ll agree they are really amazing. I have asked a couple of children for autographed copies already …. 22 more words

"Adventure is out there!"

Let me just start off by introducing myself. My name is Amber Stooksbury, and I’m a Junior majoring in French at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. 345 more words


Marseilles Still On Top Of The Table!

More than a month after we wrote the post Marseilles Continue Winning Streak the French club are still on top of the Ligue 1 table. Defending champions Paris Saint-Germain, even with a squad boasting the likes of Zlatan Ibrahimović and Thiago Silva, they just haven’t been able to catch up. 29 more words


Timéo – Convict 1

Timéo – Convict 1


It was 1815, in a town called Digne, about 70 miles north-east of Marseilles which was built on a spur of mountains jutting out into a gorge. 1,133 more words

Les Miserables

The Silent Observer

My life has been an extraordinary one. I have seen many things and been many places. I have seen the greatest moments of human nature and I have seen the worst. 728 more words

Blu-ray Review: Taxi

Starring: Samy Naceri, Frederic Diefenthal, Marion Cotillard
Director: Gerard Pires
Rating: 7/10

This Luc Besson scripted-and-produced action comedy skimps slightly on the horsepower, but it’s pimped out with some attractively sunny visuals and funny performances. 292 more words


The Mystery of... The Farter of the Moulin Rouge

Until recently, I had never heard the French word: Le Pétomane. It is a combination of the word péter (to fart) and maniac. It literally means FARTOMANIAC. 522 more words