The French Like to Read

September 18th, 2017
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The French Like to Read
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The French enjoy reading so much that many of them have mastered the art of reading while standing in a swaying, lurching bus.

Tips for reading while standing in a bus: brace yourself against a stabilization bar; stand with feet apart.

Bonne lecture!

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Our Walk – Black History in and around the Luxembourg Garden

September 17th, 2017
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Joan – Rachel – Will Tyner
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Joan (left), Rachel (center), and Will (right) joined me for our “Black History in and around the Luxembourg Garden” walk this morning.

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The Eternal Quest for Beautiful Fesses – Our Fesses of the Month

September 15th, 2017
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Death of a Lion by Edmond Desca
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This sculptural group, called Death of a Lion by Edmond Desca, stands in the Parc Montsouris. It depicts three men straining to carry a dead lion, one of which flexes a remarkable set of gluteus maximus muscles.

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Is This the Best Pastrami Sandwich in Paris?

September 14th, 2017
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Pastrami on a Poppy-Seed-and-Onion Bagel with Honey Mustard
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Finding myself hungry in the popular Marais district on Sunday, I thought I’d stop at L’As du Falafal on rue des Rosiers for a falafal sandwich. But when I got there, I saw that the line was a block long!

Boucherie David
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Fleeing the crowds, I ducked down rue des Ecouffes, a quiet side street, and spotted a small butcher shop. Would they, I wondered, have sandwiches to take out? I stepped into the shop and asked. Yes, came the answer, and they even had four different bagels from which to choose. I selected a poppy-seed-and-onion bagel and the butcher proceeded to make the freshest, most delicious pastrami sandwich that I have tasted in a very long time.

Maison David
6, rue des Ecouffes
75004 Paris

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Our Walk – Black History in and around the Luxembourg Garden

September 14th, 2017
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Judi Mitchell from Las Vegas joined me for our “Black History in and around the Luxembourg Garden” walk this morning.

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Paris Is for Artists

September 10th, 2017
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Artist at Quai de Conti
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An artists paints a city scene at quai de Conti.

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Happy Dog

September 9th, 2017
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Happy Dog
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A happy dog watches passersby from the window of a hairdressing shop on rue Diderot in the 12th arrondissement of Paris.

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Tatiana Balabanis Talks about the Paris Cultural Mix

September 7th, 2017
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Tatiana Balabanis Talks about the Paris Cultural Mix
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Tatiana Balabanis, summer intern for the Wells International Foundation, talks about the Paris cultural mix: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gXdYQL7Q-mg.

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Join Us for Our “Black History in and around the Luxembourg Garden” Walk

September 6th, 2017
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Luxembourg Garden Scene
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Rue Malebranche

September 5th, 2017
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Rue Malebranche
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I often pass by this street on my way to the rendezvous point to give our popular “Black History in and around the Luxembourg Garden” walk. The street is named after the 17th-century philosopher Nicolas Malebranche.

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