New York French Histoire-Culture&Traditions


New York French Histoire-Culture&Traditions

Partagez votre histoire, vos traditions, cultures et civilisations, art culinaire, fetes et folklores, contes et anecdotes de differentes regions de France et de pays Francophones.

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Latest Activity: Feb 22, 2013

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Une petite gavotte pour la route?

Déjà entendu parle de la gavotte, de l’Andro ou encore du pilé menu? La Kerlenn New York vous propose une soiree 100% musique et dance bretonne avec des groupes americains et canadien le 5 novembre…Continue

Tags: Brittany, dance, music

Started by Yoann Le Goff Sep 17, 2011.

Jazz français ce soir!

Bonjour les Frenchies, si vous êtes nostalgiques du pays ou voulez faire découvrir le jazz français à vos amis américains, c'est l'occasion! trio de jazz (guitare / violon/ chanteuse) joue au Bar…Continue

Started by Tatiana Eva-Marie Feb 9, 2011.

French Question ? 18 Replies

What is French ?Who is French ?Continue

Started by Valerie d'Aubigne. Last reply by Hélène Jan 23, 2011.

Coup de main-Participation&Echanges de soutien 10 Replies

Premier Coup de main: Si vous aimez notre Planete, participez! Unefois par an, comme au Samedi 27 Mars 2010 a 20h30 heures locales(8:30pm), le monde entier, de la Tour Eiffel a l'Empire State…Continue

Started by Valerie d'Aubigne. Last reply by Valerie d'Aubigne Apr 20, 2010.

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Comment by Connie Fredericks-Malone on July 18, 2012 at 5:41pm

Paris, France On Wednesday, June 27, 2012, a large group of people gathered behind Nortre Dame de Clignancourt on rue du Mont Cenis to celebrate the life and musical legacy of American singer, CAROLE DENISE FREDERICKS. Ms Fredericks passed away suddenly and was buried in Montmartre Cemetery in Paris in June of 2001.  The local dignitaries, colleagues, fans and family members who gathered in place Amyé Lavy celebrated her music career of 22 years and philanthropic work in France. The highlight of the ceremony was the unveiling of a commemorative plaque in honor of the late singer on the façade of the apartment building at 91 bis rue du Mont Cenis where she lived for 10 years. With this gesture Carole Fredericks joined entertainer Josephine Baker and author Richard Wright to become the third African American to receive a commemorative plaque from the city of Paris.

Connie Fredericks-Malone, James Malone, Taj  Mahal and the entire Fredericks –Williams family wish to thank the president of the Conseil Syndical, Mme Christine Hanemian and the residents of 91 bis rue du Mont Cenis, maire du 18èe, Daniel Vaillant and staff at the Mairie Dix-Huit Paris; Susan Hamlin and staff of Home Abroad Services, Timothy Ramier and the staff of Ramier Law Office and all the individuals who helped make this prestigious recognition possible. Paris Insights (scroll down to Celebrating the Memory of Carole Fredericks 

Comment by Christy McCouch on November 18, 2011 at 10:51pm

Comment by Christy McCouch on November 17, 2011 at 10:37am

hope hazy @ The Living Room: 154 Ludlow St, NY, NY
November 20, 2011 @ 10pm - get there early!

hope hazy is performing songs from her recently released album, "never the same [ jamais la même ]" as well as a few new ones! This event is free, as long as you enjoy the music while drinking at least one purchased beverage of your choice! bring all your friends!!!

hope hazy partners English rock with the French flare of Yann Tiersen's (french Composer for the film, Amelie) ornate melodies, elevated by Queen-inspired vocal arrangements and song-writing reminiscent of a score that paints the fantastical worlds of a Tim Burton film. 

Check out her facebook to stream her entire "hope hazy", "like" her, and then click on band page. Thanks guys! (stream entire album)

also available to stream on spotify

Comment by Hélène on January 23, 2011 at 4:06pm


L'art culinaire est très important dans la région lyonnaise. En effet, Lyon est considéré comme la capitale gastronomique de la France.

Comment by Valerie d'Aubigne on October 22, 2010 at 7:29pm
Comment by Valerie d'Aubigne on October 22, 2010 at 7:25pm
Comment by New York in French on August 20, 2010 at 3:10pm
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Comment by Valerie d'Aubigne on May 15, 2010 at 3:09am
Chansons de Bretagne pour feter La St Yves:

Comment by Valerie d'Aubigne on May 14, 2010 at 7:00pm
Comment by maria s Viale on April 3, 2010 at 7:24pm
Bonnes Pâques Valérie!

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