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Paris: Hobnobbing with Lady Liberty

By Theadora Brack

In celebration of Bastille Day 2016 in France, let’s once again doff our “bachi” to my favorite Franco-American collaboration, the gigantesque statue of Lady Liberty on Bedloe’s Island in the New York Harbor. 1,653 more words

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Paris: A Pompom Romp Through Old Parigi

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Snapping to le point, I’ve been on the hunt for the fantastical, slip sliding all the way, up and down the wet… 556 more words

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Paris Treats: The Ooey Gooey Edition

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This week, let’s talk turkey! Grocery store chains may be your best bets for cutting costs while living in Paris, and they’re perfectly fine and dandy for long-term stays. 1,256 more words

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Paris: Tête-à-Tête with Venus and Photographer Maurice Sapiro

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Gather around, my fellow aquatic history bugs. I’ve got a tale to tell.

After measuring 10,000 women, one Dr. Dudley Sargent announced in 1908 that he had discovered the “perfect specimen of womanhood.” … 1,385 more words

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Paris: Bouncing down the Boulevards

By Theadora Brack

Hold me close and hold me fast, my fellow hobnobbing dandies of the Paris grand boulevards. Got a mad penchant for some old time shop hopping? 895 more words

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San Francisco: A French Connection

By Theadora Brack

Bonjour! C’est moi! I’ve been in California, dreaming, with birds and flowers in my hair. Like a hard-boiled history detective, I’ve been combing the streets of San Francisco for traces of Paris. 584 more words

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To Paris With Love

By Theadora Brack

Paris will survive. The City of Light has been through thousands of years of barbarian invasions, plagues, religious wars, sieges, and Nazi occupations, and always comes through. 812 more words

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