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The Blacksmiths (1895)

This is another of the movies the Lumière brothers showed at the world’s first public film screening, at the Salon Indien, Grand Café, 14 Boulevard des Capuchins, Paris on December 28, 1895, beating… 176 more words

Reviews

The Letter - Part I

The Discovery

I discovered Dubuque County, Iowa’s Arnold A. Rahe in blogging about the Friendly Fire  incident in July of 1944. The post recounted the tragic friendly fire incidents July 24th and 25th 1944. 601 more words

France

THE GMO SCRAPBOOK: A LOSS IN HAWAII, GAINS IN FRANCE AND GERMANY?

Courtesy of https://followingworldchange.wordpress.com/

Posted on July 7, 2015 by Joseph P. Farrell

If you’re following the GMO issue, it’s been a week both of setback(or sorts) and gains. 780 more words

News And Politics

Final Thoughts At the Airport

It’s been a beyond wonderful last two months! As I’m sitting in the Paris airport reflecting on everything that this experience has taught me and how different I see things now, I am so grateful to have been able to do this. 408 more words

The Audubon Bar

As the reception at the Jockey Club was winding down, we ended up with two other couples trying to decide where to go for dinner that evening. 672 more words

Wine

Another Japanese celebrity faces discrimination in France, this time netizens not so sympathetic

Back in April we saw legendary Japanese singer Gackt face discrimination while abroad in France. He managed to handle a frustrating situation with class, and his incident sparked a conversation online about racial discrimination. 636 more words

Japan