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To all women who are mothers and to all of you who mother others: Happy Belated Mother's day!
Now that YOU have been celebrated and received the customary/mandatory flowers, card or for the luckiest the handmade noodle necklace... let's talk about all the other mothers out there, in
dire need of a celebration too.
First your own Mom, who -despite all her faults and by now I hope your therapist agrees with you- survived…Continue
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The warm air of May brings memories of Paris, and French Culture Nights brings you the next best thing. Join us for Paris Latin Night with jazz singer JESSICA MEDINA on Wednesday, May 19.
Each monthly French Culture Nights features a mix of visual and performance arts, in a casual but elegant…Continue
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Je m'appelle Laurence, je vis à New York depuis 7 ans. Après une Maitrise de Philosophie à la Sorbonne, et des années d'enseignement en banlieue parisienne, j'ai eu l'opportunité de m'expatrier par un membre de ma famille. Je suis…Continue
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“The world is my oyster“ is one of the most widely used proverbs. It comes from Shakespeare’s The Merry Wives of Windsor (1600) in Act II, Scene II and goes: Falstaff: I will not lend thee a penny. Pistol: Why, then, the world's mine oyster, Which I with sword will open. It’s quite poetic and there’s a reason why it appeals to so many…Continue
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The mice will play ! Bien sur.
What an enchantement it was to talk with Nadia Stieglitz, founder of Mice at Play. Our conversation was bubbling with ideas and giggles. Like her, it was fun, relaxed and wickedly titillating. The French-born piquante
brunette is my kind of girl. She wants women to rediscover the lost Art
of Playing,"live in the moment, on the edge, and with gusto".
Les Français adorent s’amuser des gaffes que font…Continue
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Last night I had dinner at Degustation and let me tell you, it was heaven! This tiny place is a gem where the food is delicious, delectable and divine - or was it the Chef?
I might have to say both.
Degustation serves Tapas Extraordinaires - small exquisite dishes from Spain- that melt in your mouth. The restaurant only seats 16 people around a large bar that faces Chef Wesley Genovart, from which I
had a hard time…
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