"France" Blogs & Blog Posts

paris france and beyondparis france and beyond

weekly blog about paris and greater france and occasionally other places an...

 
French Photo Du JourFrench Photo Du Jour

Real photos. Real France. Daily snapshots and snippets of life in France......

 
Provence PostProvence Post

If you live in, travel to or just love the South of France...

 
Alizee NationAlizee Nation

All about the French singer Alizee from the island of Corsica

 
DavidikusDavidikus

Davidikus is the visual diary of an exile in London. It is solely a photobl...

 


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As the NBA's eSports league proves, video games are quickly becoming mainstream. Games are having a moment, and so are the tools used to make them. Case in point, the Unity game engine recently reached a big milestone. French animated show Mr. C...

With the way things have been going lately, you might just want to crawl under a rock and hang there for a bit. But what about crawling into a rock?  Well, French artist Abraham Poincheval is living out that reality — for seven full days.

I could never be myself around Isabelle Huppert, the brooding, serious, red-haired French actress known recently for acting the hell out of the morally ambiguous rape film Elle. For breakfast, I have what I call a “kitchen trash can omelette,” wh...

The city of Paris has installed "anti-refugee boulders" beneath a highway overpass in Porte de La Chapelle in a bid to stop Syrian refugees from sleeping in the flyover's shelter while they wait for space to open up at a nearby humanitarian relief c...

What’s next for Jeffrey Loria, failed MLB owner, insufferable art dealer, and weirdo who corrects people’s grammar?Read more...

In a new analysis of the World Income Database published by the National Bureau of Economic Research, Thomas Piketty and colleagues from the Paris School of Economics and UC Berkeley, describe a "collapse" of the share of US national wealth claimed b...

In November I travelled to Provence in Southern France to tour olive groves and visit olive oil producers (I know, how lucky am I?). Before my trip I was totally oblivious to French olives. I always assumed olives came from some of the hotter parts o...