Paris is not the kind of capital city where historical buildings are torn down to make way for shiny new developments. But in the 1970s, the city council authorized the destruction of the ...
Recent studies show that more and more French restaurants are taking shortcuts in the kitchen and serving ready-made meals to their customers.
Protests against the Turkish government are entering their sixth day today. Turks abroad have gathered to show their support for the protesters.
The city of Paris is launching Les heures heureuses, a very French take on the Happy Hour. It’s a three day ...
La Goutte d'Or district in Paris's northern 18th arrondissement is home to large immigrant communities from western and northern Africa.
Last month, unemployment rose for the 22nd consecutive month in France. With the growth rate in France close to zero, prospects for the jobless do not look good.
This week the Broadway hit musical Carousel was on show at the Théâtre du Chatelet in Paris.
A Japanese theatre company has revisited the Mahabarhata epic from India.
Paris City Council is launching a project to encourage new young artists to join the regulars painting in the Place du Tertre, the small square in the heart of Montmartre.