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Valentine

Gift ideas for Valentine’s Day

Looking for a memorable gift for that special person this Valentine’s Day? We’ve joined with five authors to present a list of six books that we think ...
theatre

Le Théâtre des Champs-Elysées – 15% discount

Have you ever heard of The Théatre des Champs-Elysées ? Despite the name, it is not on Les Champs-Elysées but not far at all, Avenue Montaigne. I must ...
Édouard Vuillard (1868-1940)
L’ Interrogatoire 1917
Détrempe sur carton marouflé sur toile
Paris-La Défense, Centre national des
arts plastiques, en dépôt Bibliothèque
de documentation internationale
contemporaine.

View from the Front: Representing the Great War

This major exhibition, organized as part of the commemorations of the centenary of the First World War, focuses on how those who experienced the war perceived ...
Sembat

Christmas in Paris – oh the lights!

Business associations get together with the town halls to illuminated our holiday season evenings in the City of Light. A large portion of the budget is ...
schlessergilles

Gilles Schlesser – A Parisian writer

Earlier this year in the book corner, FUSAC presented a book called « Mortel Tabou » by Gilles Schlesser. I am generally not a fan of  polars* but ...
chartres

Chartres basking in the light

Chartres is a beautiful city full of historic buildings and architectural masterpieces which are very well preserved. For the last 11 years Chartres has ...
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