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Today in the Arts: The first public art exhibit

Today in 1667 the first public art exhibit was held at the Palais-Royale, Paris, France. The building is pictured here. Photo courtesy of Wikimedia Commons by Britchi Mirela.

Just For Fun

Time plays games

Thinking I hadn’t posted for a while… And realized tonight I posted on Tuesday and this is only Thursday and that is only 2 days, really. 1,141 more words

Bistronomy: Heimat 75001

Pierre Jancou is back in the game. After Vivant, Racines, La Cremerie and La Bocca, Heimat opens in the sleepy yet swanky coin of Palais Royale. 211 more words


Bon Anniversaire, Printemps!

Paris has three beautiful old department stores- Galeries Lafayette, Le Bon Marche, and Printemps. Printemps and Galeries Lafayette are located next to each other on Boulevard Haussman, very near the Garnier Opera House. 272 more words


4th Annual Memory Ball-Sat.,March 28th,2015@Palais Royale

This edition was a total sold out event with no room to move around and alot of well dressed patrons occupying the beautiful and historic Palais Royale. 200 more words


Neighborhoods for Street Fashion

In 2008, Paris had a population of 2.211 million people, and the residents of Paris live within the 20 neighborhoods that the city is divided into. 339 more words


Perfume News : Serge Lutens : La Religieuse : Video

Here’s a further update to the article on Serge Luten‘s new perfume La Religieuse.  An arty black and white video has been released for  7 more words

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