Featured Blog Posts – April 2012 Archive (8)

Where the Wild Things Are - An Exhibit of Robert Delpire's Children Books

Over the past sixty years, the eyes and instincts of Robert Delpire have shaped much of the world’s understanding of photography. A prolific publisher and exhibition organizer, with a razorsharp comprehension of the graphic arts, Delpire has had a defining hand in the careers of many of the master photographers of recent history.

An exhibition featuring a half century of…


Added by New York in French on April 27, 2012 at 1:30pm — 1 Comment

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A successful month of Francophonie for French Heritage students in New York

If March is the month of Francophonie, for most French Heritage students here in the United-States Francophonie is a year-round event. This spring has seen in this respect many successful projects and activities, in which students from various schools in New York had the opportunity to advocate for their common language and the many…


Added by Benoit Le Devedec on April 26, 2012 at 12:30pm — No Comments

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Holy River is a multimedia exhibition by the New York based artist Prune Nourry

Holy River is a multimedia exhibition by the New York based artist Prune Nourry and curated by Tatyana Franck. Sculptures, installations, photographs and videos will take over the entire ground floor of the Invisible Dog. The Holy River exhibition is the…


Added by lucien zayan / the invisible dog on April 26, 2012 at 12:30pm — No Comments

Food and Wine Pairings Made Simple!

There are lots of books and articles out there about pairing together wine and food. While some are interesting, others can be pretty complex and require some extensive education in wine. 



Added by Tremeur Arbor on April 21, 2012 at 12:30pm — No Comments

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Organic celery salad and sautéed root vegetables, anyone? How French school lunches teach kids to love healthy food

There is no kids' food in French school lunches. While the French serve things most of our kids would recognize (lasagna, for example), they also have kids eating everything from beet salad to endive, lentils to lettuce, and even roast guinea fowl and stinky blue cheese. And that’s what the preschoolers get.

Six million French…


Added by Karen Le Billon on April 16, 2012 at 3:30pm — 7 Comments

19th New York African Film Festival

The 2012 New York African Film Festival, presented under the banner 21st Century: The Homecoming is a two-month multi-venue event in New York City exploring notions of home and homeland through films and their protagonists. A select group of features, shorts and…


Added by Nathalie Charles on April 12, 2012 at 1:30pm — No Comments

French film "Romantics Anonymous" by Jean-Pierre Améris (2010)

A recent surprise hit in France, the delectable comedy ROMANTICS ANONYMOUS tells the story of Angelique Delange (Isabelle Carré, Private Fears in Public Places), an unemployed but gifted chocolate-maker with a lifelong case of uncontrollable shyness that prevents her from properly sharing her confectionary talents. Jean-René Van Den Hugde (Benoît Poelvoorde, Coco Before Chanel) suffers from a similar case of terminal abashment and runs a fledgling chocolate company…


Added by Jordana Meade on April 3, 2012 at 3:00pm — No Comments

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Amuse-Bouche: Food and the French Tongue -- Twelve Ways to Toss a Salad

From oysters to eggplants, French is stuffed with food metaphors...The other night at dinner, Philippe was discussing food. Not surprising. After all, France is a country with four religions and 400 sauces. (The United States, Philippe opines, has four sauces and 400 religions.) Specifically, the pervasiveness of food imagery in French speech. I recounted confronting my…


Added by Julia Frey on April 2, 2012 at 1:57pm — 6 Comments

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