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No. 222-223: Sundays on the Seine (and Marne) and Créteil

One of my very favorite things about living in Paris is spending Sundays on the Seine and Marne.

Every Sunday if we are both in town and the weather is even marginally nice, Superman and I jump on the Vélibs and head down to the Seine. 387 more words


Hidalgo, Paris’ First Female Mayor, Sworn into Office

On Saturday April 5, Anne Hidalgo was sworn into office as the first female mayor of Paris, after her popular election was confirmed by council members in a system similar to that of the Electoral College. 535 more words

Up To The Minute

Mayor of Paris, Bertrand Delanoe - 'Paris Must Continue to Inspire Hollywood'

63-year old Bertrand Delanoe has served as Mayor of Paris since March 25, 2001. His public policy has embraced a major commitment to culture and the arts, including a specific Mission Cinema project that was launched in 2002. 534 more words

Markets & Festivals

L'exposition « Simone & Lucien Kroll, une architecture habitée »

Dans la continuité de l’exposition hommage « Simone & Lucien Kroll, une architecture habitée » initiée par Patrick Bouchain au Lieu Unique à Nantes (jusqu’au 1er décembre), la FFP et le Pavillon de l’Arsenal vous invitent… 66 more words

Paris St Germain to Increase Parc des Princes Capacity

Hi guys,
Paris St Germain has received a boost in its stadium development efforts after Paris mayor Bertrand Delanoe approved a capacity increase of the Parc des Princes following France’s staging of the 2016 UEFA European Championship. 136 more words


Paris beach party to open as heatwave hits France

by Malcolm Curtis|The Local France|July 19, 2013

Just as the heatwave warnings are issued and the French are told to try and keep cool, a huge beach party is set to open this weekend in the French capital. 280 more words