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MURDER! Prosecutor Brice Robin: Not an accident! Volentary - Germanwings Flight 9525 Co-Pilot ANDREAS LUBITZ Took Down Plane INTENTIONALLY

Marseilles, France: French prosecutor Brice Robin stated in a live press conference that co-pilot Andreas Lubitz, 28, deliberately pressed the button to bring down the plane. 64 more words


A Beer Postcard from Marseilles - Fietje, Cave à bières

One of the Thirstyboys recently had the opportunity to visit Marseilles on the south coast of France. They had craft beer there…

According to our French craft beer advisors, the term Fietje is an onomatopoeia, and has been coined to mean the sound of beer can at the moment you open it. 138 more words


WACKY TALES: "The Count Of Monte Crisco, Er, Cristo"

I would like to present an all-new feature at Dream In Music: Wacky Tales, stuff you probably may have overlooked in your favorite classic novels(Sort of like Svengoolie’s Svensurround, but with classic books, and it’s clean!). 335 more words

Dream In Music


Last Friday I hopped on the TGV (high-speed train) after work to take the train to Marseilles. My friend picked me up at Gare Saint-Charles as he always does, and we caught up on the drive to his place. 577 more words


cooking french with you, my love -- a poem

a thousand directions, just within eyesight

steps through unknown paths

leading to brilliance, illumination, and love

and now we walk Parisian footpaths

with a wine tingled warmness… 87 more words

Bïa heads to sunny south on Brazilian-flavoured Navegar

We’re sitting in the backroom of the cool Mile End hangout Café Matina the other morning but on this day, it’s just not cool, it’s downright frosty and Rio-born Montreal-based singer Bïa just can’t get warm. 742 more words