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Nothing lasts forever: Paris to remove 'love locks' from famous bridge

PARIS – Any hope that the love locks clinging to Paris’ famed Pont des Arts bridge would last forever will be unromantically dashed by the city council’s plan to dismantle them Monday – for good. 105 more words


Roger Cohen: Sepp Blatter’s FIFA Reign of Shame

New York Times — LONDON — I was living in Paris in 1998 and had tickets for the World Cup Final but instead had to rush off to cover upheaval in Nigeria and ended up in a Lagos hotel watching France beat Brazil 3-0. 128 more words


Judging a book by it's shallow cover, an Apéro at Terrasse Tohu Bohu

To see and to be seen is a worldwide phenomenon. I’m currently crashing a friend’s place, who loves to watch a television show called: ‘The real housewives of Beverly Hills. 1,014 more words


People change, Paris evolves, but life never stops

She is a storyteller. She is a dancer. She flies over the rooftops of Paris at night and quietly observes the world below. She lives her truth, dances to her music and likes the sound of the rain. 60 more words


Paris for Men by Thierry Richard

” Here is my Paris. The Paris of small yet significant pleasures. The Paris I love…. And now yours.”

This modern and hedonistic address book for men in Paris is full of tips, illustrations and photographs to entice any man to make the most of his time in the ‘city of light’.

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Have you heard the fabulous news? Chanel will open its first ever spa at The Ritz Hotel in Paris!

The exclusive luxury brand are very particular about partnerships and pop-up stores. 135 more words

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