April 2010 Blog Posts (49)


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Time to be Influencable

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The Time 100 fascinates me every year. It's a picture in time of 100 people who truly influenced our world and in some way affected the way we lived.

I like everything about this list from the inspiring categories: heroes, thinkers, leaders, artists to its International reach.

But also because they are not all famous. Of course, you'll see the obvious…

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Added by She is French on April 30, 2010 at 2:54pm — No Comments


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The Man's Guide to Love

There's nothing better that a man that makes you laugh!

Multiply that by 60 and you can just imagine what a day I had thanks to new website : The Man's Guide to Love.

The website features each day a short video of men from all over the country who were asked:

“If you had one piece of advice that you’d give another man about love, what would it be?

The answers are are hilarious as they are…

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Added by She is French on April 28, 2010 at 11:41pm — 4 Comments

Harlem : la francophonie à l’école des savoirs par Guénola Pellen (France-Amérique)

De la cour de récréation de la Ralph Bunche School d’où s’échappent les

rires des élèves du programme bilingue français au campus de Columbia

qui abrite la Maison Française en passant par Little Senegal, les…
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Added by New York in French on April 28, 2010 at 8:00pm — No Comments


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American Ideal

I love picking up the Financial Times on week-ends. It adds a brainiac touch that would never happen with a copy of Vogue, and it gives a little dose of the too common yet awfully efficient sexy-librarian stereotype when you add a pair of glasses to the picture.

There was a fascinating article by…

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Added by She is French on April 26, 2010 at 1:30pm — No Comments

KI JAN POU’N GERI? (How Do We Heal?) - A Performance Benefit Remembering Haiti

We, the members of the Caribbean Association for Females in

Entertainment (CAFÉ ), believe that our success and impact in the

entertainment industry and our Caribbean community depends on our unity

– as women, as artists, as visionaries. The recent tragic natural

disaster in Haiti has reminded us how profoundly connected we are as

Caribbean descendants and global citizens.



So on MAY 17, 2010, we will present the première performance of:

KI JAN POU’N… Continue

Added by Ab Ramsay on April 24, 2010 at 6:54am — No Comments

Pardon my French By Michael Kimmelman (New York Times)

Eric Zemour, slight, dark, a live wire, fell over his own words, they

were tumbling out so fast. He was fidgeting at the back of a half-empty

cafe one recent evening near the offices of Le Figaro, the newspaper

where he works, notwithstanding that detractors have lately tried to get

him fired for his most recent inflammatory remarks about French blacks

and Arabs on a television show. Mr. Zemmour, roughly speaking, is the… Continue

Added by New York in French on April 23, 2010 at 7:30pm — 6 Comments

Une Semaine à La Maison Française de NYU - du 16 au 31 avril, 2010

PEN logo



La Maison Française welcomes



PEN World Voices Festival of International Literature





Wednesday, April 28 – 1:00 p.m.



Location: La Maison Française,

16 Washington Mews (at University Pl. and E 8th…
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Added by La Maison Française of NYU on April 22, 2010 at 5:56pm — No Comments

looking for a sister-school partnership with a NYC high school

Hello everyone,

I am an English teacher in Southern France and strongly searching for a high-school here in NYC that would be interested in settling a sister-school partnership. I ask Mr Fabrice Jaumont and told me I could find some people interested in this project on this site. Please let me know.

Added by ELODIE on April 22, 2010 at 4:38pm — 4 Comments

One night only: French Connection





Kicking off

to her May concert tour in France, Lua Hadar and her high-octane band, TWIST,

perform "French Connection"
at the landmark Cornelia Street Cafe in NYC.

TWIST's "jazz without borders" is spiced with pop, funk, Latin and

international cabaret.
One night only!…

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Added by Lua Hadar on April 22, 2010 at 3:42pm — No Comments

Le Taxi - reading at BookCourt - April 22nd 2010

Added by Lelia Raibourn on April 22, 2010 at 12:30pm — No Comments


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Add some sizzle to your kitchen

The video is on http://www.sheisfrench.com/add-some-sizzle-to-your-kitchen/food/

How can one resist to this S&M version of the good old Spaghetti & Meatballs recipe ... It's time to replace your lovely grandmother cooavaible on king book - and she certainly had more edge than Rachel Ray- by

something shall we say more contemporary.

Take a pair of High Heels, add…

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Added by She is French on April 22, 2010 at 11:53am — No Comments

Six places à gagner pour voir les Gipsy Kings à New York

Les Gipsy Kings entament une grande tournée aux États-Unis et France-Amérique vous invite à y assister. Parrainez deux amis à la newsletter de France-Amérique en nous envoyant leurs adresses email et…
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Added by Jean-Cosme on April 21, 2010 at 6:33pm — No Comments

Kings of Pastry

On April 8, Durham, North Carolina and the Full Frame Documentary Festival hosted the North American premier of the film Kings of Pastry. It is a jewel of a film. It follows the M.O.F. competition for pastry chefs in Lyon and features Chef Jacquy Pfeiffer as he competes for the sacred bleu, blanc et rouge collar. I write monthly for my local paper, The Durham Herald-Sun,… Continue

Added by Teresa Engebretsen on April 21, 2010 at 4:33pm — No Comments

Un Appel de Jean Daniel, fondateur du Nouvel Observateur : pouvez-vous aider ?

Lu sur NouvelObs.com ce matin. Jean Daniel était à la conférence sur Camus à NYU le 9 avril quand le passé l'a rattrappé. Lisez l'article, et vous comprendrez...…















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Added by Emmanuelle Hernandez on April 21, 2010 at 4:03pm — 1 Comment

The Canal du Midi: A Gourmet Journey

Alexander Lobrano embarks on a journey (and a barge!) down the Canal du Midi for a rich southern culinary adventure.

Read more at France Today!

Added by France Today on April 21, 2010 at 1:58pm — No Comments

Friday, April 23 - French Literature and Cinema - An International Colloquium



La Maison Française - 16 Washington Mews, New York



Friday April 23, 2010…



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Added by La Maison Française of NYU on April 21, 2010 at 12:39pm — No Comments

FIAF's series 'World Nomads: Lebanon' opens in May

-----The French Institute Alliance Française (FIAF) is proud to present the third edition of the annual World Nomads series, showcasing the art and culture of Lebanon throughout the month of May. The month-long, multi-disciplinary series will…

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Added by Jennifer Kutsher on April 21, 2010 at 11:25am — No Comments


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Afternoon Delight

I had a lovely talk on a sun-drenched bench in Central Park with a dear friend this afternoon. Our discussion eventually came to the journey it takes to find one's own voice and nurture it despite the

obstacles - more often inner than outer !

So I smiled when I saw that the poem Maria Shriver chose to read for the Women's conference in celebration of Poetry Month: The…

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Added by She is French on April 20, 2010 at 10:13pm — 3 Comments

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