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- France's Proximity to the Arab World 8 hours ago Americans are not very familiar with Arabs and Muslims, on the whole, and tend to regard them as foreign and possibly threatening. But that is not the case in France. For starters, there are lots of “Arabs” in France; ten percent of the population is Muslim, quite a few more than are...
- Meet Alain, the Bouquinist 1 day ago I see him occasionally on my way home for work when the weather is decent enough for me to ride the V
- The Roman Past 1 day ago When in Paris, go to Rome. Say what? Well, let me explain. France, like most of Europe, was once occupied a part of the Roman Empire. Though Paris seems thoroughly French today, there’s one amazing leftover from the time when Julius Caesar’s army ruled: Les Ar
- Free Museum Entrance, Late Into the Night 2 days ago Complain all you will about the bureaucracy and weather in France. But you have to admit the country does right by its citizens (and visitors) culturally. As a result, the average French person is culturally sophisticated and curious. The latest free treat for the eyes and ears: La Nuit Europ
- All That Jazz 3 days ago May is a great time in Paris, as it kicks off the free music season. It all begins with the annual Festival Jazz Saint-Germain-des-Pr
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17:17 PM October 18, 2012
I'm on my way to Paris and your information will come in so handy--especially the blog on markets. Merci!