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Inspiration: Art Replacing Ads in Paris

Earlier last year, an unknown artist replaced billboard ads across Paris with prints of famous French paintings. What do you think he/she was trying to say about advertising, and about art for consumption in general? 7 more words

The Fix: Art Inspiration


There are a couple of things that Paris doesn’t really get right, and Mexican food is often one of these. However, one of the perks of having friends who have lived in lots of places around the world – apart from the obvious benefit of always having local knowledge whenever you finally make it to those places – is that they are like sniffer dogs at finding their ex-local cuisine locally. 238 more words

Kate Ross

Je suis Charlie

TL;DR: The mourning of the victims. Freedom of speech and adding my 2 cents to the discussion.

I don’t have much to add to this conversation. 500 more words

All about that Bass

Hey Peeps….TGIF…Hope you are raising that glass of wine and having a lovely time with your loved ones…

I am having a lovely time as well…with myself :) Although I don’t have a glass on my hand for some health reason but how I wish I could…anyways…I have a lovely music/jazz/blues/RnB music on my TV and on a loud volume, who needs anything else.. 249 more words


Week 1: Beware the Exposée Orale

The Google searches have died down a bit. This week was the first week of classes at La Sorbonne, and I’ve found myself already falling into a routine as I feel more like a student and less like a tourist. 1,371 more words


Louisiane Belle boat

The Louisiane Belle is the largest traditional paddle boat that operates on the River Seine which is available for use in private events by the company Bateaux de Paris. 16 more words


These Politicians Are Endangering Your Home

On Wednesday, January 21, the U.S. Senate debated about the construction of the controversial Keystone XL pipeline that is intended to transport oil from Canada to the U.S. 730 more words