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Catch Cool Indie Concerts in Historical Parisian Music Venues


Thursday 27 December 2012

Launched just last year in 2011, the Fireworks Festival is coming back to Paris from February 13 to February 24, 2013. This indie music festival has been put together in order to introduce up-and-coming independent musical artists to larger audiences..

Comic Book Art Grows Up in the 18th Arrondissement of Paris


Wednesday 19 December 2012

In 2011, the French magazine 'Hey !' and the cultural institution La Halle Saint-Pierre collaborated to bring alternative art to a larger audience. After the success of this first partnership, a second collaboration has now been envisioned for 2013. ..

The Circus Stars of Tomorrow Show Off in Paris


Thursday 13 December 2012

From the 24th to the 27th of January 2013, an international circus festival is coming to Paris. The Festival Mondial du Cirque de Demain (the International Circus of Tomorrow Festival) presents the best up-and-coming talents in the c..

See the Luxury Holiday Displays at the Galeries Lafayette


Thursday 06 December 2012

Christmas has arrived at the Galeries Lafayette, and the newly decorated window displays are there to prove it. Until January 8, 2013, guests staying at one of the Grands Hôtels Parisiens

The Olympic Games Are Far From Over at Paris's Sports Museum


Thursday 29 November 2012

Le Musée du Sport (The Sports Museum) in Paris might just be one of the city's most overlooked museums. Its current exhibition on the Olympics might change all of that, however, as visitors go to discover the fascinating history of ..

The Surreal Work and Life of Salvador Dalí


Thursday 22 November 2012

One of the most enigmatic and interesting figures of the modern art world is being honored at the Centre Pompidou in Paris from now until March 25, 2013. As one of the most well-known modern art museums in the world, the Centre Pompidou is an appropr..

Lively Don Quixote Ballet Leaps onto the Parisian Scene


Thursday 15 November 2012

Don Quixote is a classic work of literature that has been reinterpreted in both theater, music and dance. One of the most popular interpretations is the ballet version of Don Quixote, especially in France, where this work is known as 'Don Quichotte...

Ride the Grande Roue Ferris Wheel at the Place de la Concorde


Thursday 08 November 2012

At the Place de la Concorde, winter is a magical time for many reasons. And one of the biggest reasons is the installation of the Grande Roue, French for 'big wheel,' right in this busy central square. The Place de la Concorde is the biggest squar..

A Paris Hair Adventure Awaits at the Quai Branly


Thursday 01 November 2012

In our modern society, hair plays an important role in helping individuals to identify themselves. What is surprising is that this has always been the case, even for ancient generations in a variety of different cultures. From now until July 14, 2..

Broken Hearts Are on Display at the 104 in Paris


Thursday 25 October 2012

Everyone knows that Paris has a reputation for being the City of Love. Now, a cultural center called Le 104 is paying tribute to the sadder side of love. The pain of being in a rel..