There couldn’t have been a better setting to launch a book about Africa, than at the Skoto Gallery in Chelsea, where amid the unique art…Continue
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What did they bring and what made them stay?
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Deep in the heart of Bed-Stuy lays PS 3 or the "Bedford Village School." The school will open a French Dual Language Program next September. On the outside it looks like any old NYC public school. However when I took a step inside it was like taking a step into a different world. With only a few steps I saw a…Continue
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Most people can’t say that they had their 5th grade graduation take place at an Embassy. The students of PS58, PS84, and the New York French-American Charter School are some of the lucky few that can say they did.…Continue
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Dual language programs are contagious- they're catching fire all over the country, specifically in New Jersey where in Englewood Cliffs, Robert L. Kravitz, superintendent of schools, is making transformative change to the monolingual teaching environment that he stepped into just two years ago.
If one walks through the halls of the Pre-K…Continue
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A ‘petit morceau de France’ ported at the New York harbor in June, not only to commemorate the 70th Anniversary of D-Day, but also to altruistically transport over 4,000 books that Adiflor, AMOPA…Continue
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Although it would be hard not to enjoy a Films on the Green screening, here are some helpful tips to make your viewing experience the best possible.
What could be better while watching a French movie than a baguette in hand and some brie? If that doesn’t appeal, pack whatever you’d prefer and have something to munch on during the…Continue
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There seems to be not a single wall lining the interior of the New York French American Charter School (NYFACS) that isn’t vibrantly colored. This is symbolic of the school’s diversity, which truly represents a microcosm of New York City.…Continue
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The theme of this year’s festival is a play on the 1966 Godard film title Masculin Feminin, “Masculin, Masculin” celebrates a bevy of the most beloved actors in French cinema. Here are 10 reasons why you should see these actors at their best whether you’re French, American, or somewhere in between.
1. The hardened…Continue
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« Et si on bâtissait la paix ensemble ? » est le titre d’une pièce de théâtre écrite par Laurence Bohec, professeur d’histoire à Sainte-Mère-Église. L'idée est venue des religieuses de la Maison de la Paix, dont la Sœur Théresita, une Allemande qui vit en Normandie. La pièce…Continue
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On Saturday, May 31st, 2014 students from the French Heritage Language Program (FHLP) at the International High School of Prospect Heights made their debut in the organization’s first ever benefit concert, Color My French at the Lycée Français de New York. The objective of this creative fundraiser was to bring attention to this non-profit organization and reveal the…Continue
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