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THE PRECARIOUS JOURNEY

by Kilometre @ Kilometre.Paris

Though fraught with anxiety in the moment, the tug-of-war between art and technology often appears in retrospect to have expanded the boundaries of creative expression. Perhaps, then, we will look back on Cannes Film Festival 2017 as one such watershed moment, particularly for the medium of the moving picture. If we hesitate to use the word cinema, it is because the six-to-seven minute virtual reality installation, entitled Carne y Arena, is hardly your ordinary film. Untethered from the four borders of a screen, the production is experienced as an environment of film. On the occasion of the festival, an empty airplane hangar at Cannes-Mandelieu airport is chosen as the venue for the exhibit. A spectator per screening is invited inside, footwear removed at the door to feel the specially-furnished sand floor. You put on the virtual reality gear you are given, and right then, the physical reality of the hangar … Continue reading

Incredible urban pics that show the real Paris, and Wow!

by ibrig01 @ goodthingimpretty

Self taught Parisian photographer Thibaud [...]

AN INVINCIBLE ARCTIC DATA VAULT

by Kilometre @ Kilometre.Paris

Kilometre has been always interested in exploring new authentic and upcoming destinations. This time we decided to dive in to the mysterious and cold world of arctic. Just when it seemed like the digital world had rendered the film tape completely obsolete   But the Piql found a brand-new usage of it: data storage and preservation. In fact, Piql’s is now one of the most secure types of data storage. One example of this data storage is the new data vault called Arctic World Archive, which is located in Spitzbergen, Norway. This vault is secure enough to survive nuclear war thanks to its innovative method of preservation. Digital data is transferred in to the secure migration-free and high resolution piqlFilm, much like a massive QR code. There, being offline, the data is protected from cyper attacks. The film containing all of this data is protected in the unique piqlBox, which … Continue reading

14 Ways To Experience The Real Paris

14 Ways To Experience The Real Paris


K E R R Y L A N D E D

There are so many things to see and do in the city of love. I was there for three days and it was nowhere near enough.In thinking back on what I loved the most about mon Paris, I realized it was th…

Malik Crumpler on Turning Points

by James Vasina @ World Radio Paris

Malik Ameer Crumpler is an American poet, rapper and producer who has settled in Paris. He’s also the host of Poets Live, a monthly poetry reading series that takes place around the city. He speaks to Justine Beauvais on this episode of Turning Points to tell what brought him to settle in Paris. For more […]

New Faces of the Caulaincourt Village

by Lily la Tigresse @ Exploring Paris

Tucked behind Montmartre, discover the very local Caulaincourt "village," which is being revitalized with new authentic shops and restaurants (for HiP Paris)

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An Alternative Guide to Paris

by Kilometre @ Kilometre.Paris

Travel Africa by way of Paris. New travel guide Little Africa invites you to delve deep into African culture in the heart of Paris. Like Little Havana in Miami and Chinatown in New York, now find Little Africa in Paris. After encountering members of the African diaspora on a trip to Mexico, Little Africa founder Jacqueline Ngo Mpii realized that African culture is present even in the most unexpected of places. Returning to Paris equipped only with the desire to understand her African heritage and the memories of her childhood in Cameroon, Jacqueline began to seek out expositions and bits of African culture that existed in Paris. Given her passion for art, it seemed only natural that Jacqueline structure her guide around the work of African artists in Paris. She believes, “Artists are bringers of messages; they share their vision of the city surrounding them.” Serge Kponton was the first … Continue reading

An Immersive London Experience

by Kilometre @ Kilometre.Paris

A complete sensorial experience. Gastronomy, performance, costume, environment, scent, lighting, sound – all disciplines synchronized. An experimental project that invites its audience to consume art through every one of their senses. This is total immersion. This is The Waldorf Project. The project is composed of a series of installments focused on blending aspects of creativity into one performance. Synergy is the key, their focus. A multi-talented team – a food designer, a choreographer, a production designer, a costume designer, a product designer, and a sound designer – works with director Sean Rogg, an artist pioneering “immersion art.” Rogg not only asks for the dedication of his artistic collaborators but for the full participation of his audience. Willingly thrust into complex spaces and unknown situations, the audience navigates the performances, the chapters of The Waldorf Project, with every sense engaged – consuming and experiencing the concept firsthand. Chapter 1/ Muskmelon invited … Continue reading

Photographer Mary Quincy on Capturing the Real Paris

Photographer Mary Quincy on Capturing the Real Paris


Marriott Traveler

See everyday life in Paris captured in photographer Mary Quincy's cinemagraphs and be inspired to go, now.

Take the real Wapuu Home in Paris!

by Amos Struck @ PixelRockstar

We were on our first WordCamp Europe last year in Vienna, and it was a blast! So many people have asked if they could take home the cute, cuddly Wapuu. So guess what? It’s time to give Wapuu away this year! To give back the...

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Histoire de sainte Geneviève, patronne de Paris

by ANIDO @ Un Jour de plus à Paris

(Français) Découvrez la vie d'une grande figure parisienne, protectrice de Paris depuis plus de 1500 ans.

It's Time We Finally Recognize That Paris Hilton Is The *Real* Coachella Queen

It's Time We Finally Recognize That Paris Hilton Is The *Real* Coachella Queen


BuzzFeed

Coachella is not Coachella without Paris Hilton. End of story and also f*ck the haters!

Multicultural Paris in the Heart of the City

by Lily la Tigresse @ Exploring Paris

Reflections and rediscovering Multicultural Paris in light of the November 13th attacks

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Street art: l’Aérosol

by James Vasina @ World Radio Paris

“L’Aérosol” is the new Parisian spot for street art and underground culture lovers. Tatiana Wakam takes us into the trendiest place of the 18th arrondissement, where art in all its forms brings people together. Listen here:   By Tatiana Wakam

Paris’ Amazing Square des Peupliers – another hidden Parisian gem!

by Administrator @ 60secondparis

A insider video tour of one of Paris' off the beaten path, semi-hidden urban gems. Square des Peupliers is a fascinating locale basically in the heart of the city, the 13th arrondissement!

Sasha Pieterse Reveals She's Already Lost 15 Pounds on DWTS Amid Health Struggle: 'I Feeling Like Me Again'

Sasha Pieterse Reveals She's Already Lost 15 Pounds on DWTS Amid Health Struggle: 'I Feeling Like Me Again'

by Dana Rose Falcone @ PEOPLE.com

Dancing With the Stars season 25 is only in its second week, but the competition has already having an impact on contestant Sasha Pieterse.

The Pretty Little Liars star, 21, revealed on Tuesday’s episode that after gaining nearly 70 pounds over two years due to a hormone condition called Polycystic Ovary Syndrome, she’s lost 15 pounds.

“I’m feeling like me again,” Pieterse told viewers. “Being on the show, I’ve lost over 15 pounds. It’s not an easy road, but being able to focus on getting myself healthy again, and the fact that I’m seeing results, getting better is all I can ask for.”

PEOPLE’s special issue 25 Seasons of ‘Dancing with the Stars’ is on stands now.

The actress said she received some nasty comments after she started to gain weight. “It was really, really hurtful the way people reacted,” the star revealed. “People were staying stuff like: ‘She’s pregnant.’ ‘You’re fat.’ They were angry or mad that I looked like this. It was one of the hardest things I have ever been through.”

On top of that, Pieterse didn’t know why she was seeing numbers rise on the scale.

RELATED VIDEO: Dancing Pro Mark Ballas Teases His Upcoming ‘DWTS’ Partner in Three Words

“I had no idea what was going on and I didn’t have any way of solving it,” she explained. “Very recently I was diagnosed with PCOS, Polycystic Ovary Syndrome, hormone imbalance. And finally I knew why this was happening to me.”

After dancing with partner Gleb Savchenko to Hailee Steinfeld’s “Most Girls,” Pieterse continued to glow.

“I feel like I’ve always been a happy person, and I’ve been so blessed with and amazing family and friends,” she told cohost Erin Andrews. “But I don’t know, I went through a hard time, so feeling like me again, it means the world honestly.”

Dancing With the Stars airs Mondays on ABC at 8 p.m ET.


Clint Eastwood Casts Real Soldier Heroes in Paris Train Attack Movie

Clint Eastwood Casts Real Soldier Heroes in Paris Train Attack Movie


The Hollywood Reporter

Anthony Sadler, Alek Skarlatos and Spencer Stone will play themselves in the upcoming movie about their experience thwarting a terrorist attack.

Edith Piaf Centennial: Tracing the Roots of La Mome in Paris

by Lily la Tigresse @ Exploring Paris

A stroll through Edith Piaf's early years in Paris's northeast end, by Lily Heise (for the HiP Paris blog)

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Stolen Moments

by MasterEditor @ 60secondparis

A series of photos of people in paris. Caught in contemplation. Photos by David Ediger – DavidEdigerDesign.com   Images were taken by David Ediger © – to see more from David, go to DavidEdigerDesign.com    

Paris’s Amazing Rue Cite des Fleurs (17th) Charm, History & More!!!

by Administrator @ 60secondparis

AUDIO PROBLEMS — HAVE A BUG!  PLEASE TRY AGAIN LATER! A DREAM STREET IN PARIS! Here’s a partial glimpse of Paris that’ll make you pack up, buy a ticket & hop the next jet here. (And…don’t forget kitty!) ….And…WHY NOT! Rue des Cite des Fleurs, in the the 17th…is a street ripe with ample charms: […]

Clint Eastwood Casts Real-Life Heroes in Next Film ‘The 15:17 to Paris’ (EXCLUSIVE)

Clint Eastwood Casts Real-Life Heroes in Next Film ‘The 15:17 to Paris’ (EXCLUSIVE)


Variety

In an unconventional move, Clint Eastwood has tapped Anthony Sadler, Alek Skarlatos, and Spencer Stone to play themselves in his next movie, “The 15:17 to Paris.” The film will tell the…

A Stroll Through Pigalle and SoPi

by Lily la Tigresse @ Exploring Paris

A wander through the hip South Pigalle, SoPi, district of Paris, once the stomping ground of artists and intellectuals today reinvented by hipsters (for Paris Up Close & Personal)

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10 must-cycle streets to experience the "real" Paris

10 must-cycle streets to experience the "real" Paris


World Radio Paris

We're proud to share THE top 10 streets you should cycle down to experience the "real" Paris. From bustling boulevards to Sunday promenades, grab a

Scars of Paris Commune

by ANIDO @ Un Jour de plus à Paris

Places of memory to discover during your walks.

Paris Gold Rush

by Administrator @ 60secondparis

  GOLD RUSH! Missed out on the ‘big one’ back in the Yukon days of yore!? Not to worry, you can enjoy and exult in your very own Gold Rush just by staring at this…the Dome of the Church at Les Invalides….  Yes indeed, G-O-L-D! In 1989, to celebrate the 200th anniversary of the French […]

The Past is Hell – Paris’s Passage D’Enfer Re-Visit with better photos!

by Administrator @ 60secondparis

BETWEEN HEAVEN & HELL: ….(This is an update to earlier essay. I recently passed the Passage D’Enfer and couldn’t resist taking a pleasing detour thru its charmed atmosphere, a virtual step back in time. One of the most amazing, and forgiving aspects of Parisian is how many interesting, entertaining and pleasing world-class activities one can […]

Paris’ Best Smartphone Rentals Just Got Better

by Lily la Tigresse @ Exploring Paris

Paris' most unique smartphone rentals, INSIDR, launch a range of new services, VIP access and expand in Europe.

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The Real Paris — Escaping the City’s Tourist Traps

The Real Paris — Escaping the City’s Tourist Traps


Bacon is Magic - The Best Food Around the World

By stepping off the typical tourist route, you can enjoy the real Paris and get a true flavor of what the place is all about.

Paris Weekend and Amazing Pheonix!

by Administrator @ 60secondparis

Paris Weekend Weather Forecast WE SHALL RISE AGAIN It’s Friday ..& after yet another week of incessant withering inane assaults we have survived! …like our #sunset lit friend in the Parisian frieze … The Pheonix –we will regroup and bathe in the restorative #fall #sunlight …a little redwine wouldn’t hurt, either! If you’ve a query […]

Paris 'risks turning into Venice - empty of real inhabitants,' says deputy mayor

Paris 'risks turning into Venice - empty of real inhabitants,' says deputy mayor


Telegraph.co.uk

Paris risks turning into a Venice-style city devoid of real inhabitants, unless it clamps down on property owners who illegally rent out their flats to tourists instead of real Parisians, the city's deputy mayor has warned.

Bandura playing at Paris; Notre Dame Cathedral

by Administrator @ 60secondparis

Gentle sounds of Bandura in shadow of Paris’ Note Dame Cathedral….(AUDIO IMPROVES AFTER 20 SECS – apologies!) a slice of life from the streets of Paris. I usually avoid the touristy areas on weekends in the summer but was walking home and noticed a crowd agape at this guy playing…ALSO SEE MY FACEBOOK & INSTAGRAM […]

Girl Scout Cookie Baking Mixes to Hit Stores Nationwide

Girl Scout Cookie Baking Mixes to Hit Stores Nationwide

by mariayagoda @ PEOPLE.com

Samoas in cupcake form was a thing we never knew we needed, but now it’s the only thing we can think about.

Pillsbury just unveiled Girl Scout Cookie baking mixes, which are available in Thin Mints and Caramel & Coconut – a.k.a. Samoas – flavors. The four new mixes are for baking cupcakes, brownies and blondies — unfortunately, you won’t be able to make actual Girl Scout Cookies, because that would put a lot of 7-year-olds out of business.

RELATED: Leonardo DiCaprio Eating Girl Scout Cookies at the Oscars Is the Internet’s Best New Meme

“Families can try out their favorite cookie flavors in the form of brownies, cupcakes, and blondies, while they wait for the real thing once a year during Girl Scout Cookie season,” said Girl Scouts of the USA chief revenue officer Barry Horowitz in a statement.

GSC loyalists are, to put it mildly, freaking out.

The mixes, now available nationwide, retail for $3.29 each — almost $2 less than what you’d pay for a box of cookies.

WATCH THIS: The Girl Scouts Cookie Oven Will Satisfy Your Sweet Tooth Year Around

RELATED: The Best Girl Scout Cookie Recipes

Easily the best part of all this news is the fact that we will now be able to eat Girl Scout Cookie dough, something we never thought would be possible in our lifetimes!

Also Thin Mint brownie sundaes.

Also Samoas-flavored birthday cake.

Can you tell we’re excited about it?


Picasso’s Paris Five of the Artist’s Paris Haunts

by Lily la Tigresse @ Exploring Paris

Five Places in Paris forever linked to the great Spanish master of 20th century art, perfect to complement a visit to the recently renovated Picasso Museum.

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10 Best Things to Do in Paris (And What Not to Do)

10 Best Things to Do in Paris (And What Not to Do)


Condé Nast Traveler

Discover how to avoid the mistakes first-timers make in the City of Light.

The New Paris – Career shifts

by James Vasina @ World Radio Paris

Thomas Abramowiscz and Usha Bora run successful businesses in Paris but only after spending much of their careers on a traditional corporate track, a path that’s long been considered highly coveted with security in France But things are changing and career shifts which were once considered too risky are more common with passion as the […]

MATERIAL GIRLS IN SELFRIDGES’ MATERIAL WORLD

by Kilometre @ Kilometre.Paris

For the first three months of 2017, the mythic Selfridges has created a new world – a Material World, more specifically – focusing on 8 innovative brands, and the 8 different sustainable textiles that they use. These materials include Scottish wool, organic cotton, recycled leather, “yakshmere” (yak cashmere), denim, biodegradable acetate plastic, viscose…and our fabric of choice: vintage European linen. In an immersive, conversational experience that spirits shoppers away from rainy London, they can read up on current issues concerning each material, and ethical solutions to these problems. For instance, we at Kilometre use vintage linen because of its natural beauty, durability and the fact that it is the only organic textile that can be grown locally in Europe. Fun fact: if every Parisian chose linen instead of cotton when buying a shirt, the amount of water saved could supply the city with drinking water for an entire year. Selfridges … Continue reading

The Oldest pharmacy in Paris

by ANIDO @ Un Jour de plus à Paris

Founded in 1715, a shop filled with history.

Chip and Joanna Gaines Share Their Hilarious First Date Story

Chip and Joanna Gaines Share Their Hilarious First Date Story

by Megan Stein @ PEOPLE.com

Chip and Joanna Gaines are the definition of marriage goals, but their relationship didn’t necessarily have a fairytale start.

In the first chapter of The Magnolia Storyreleased as a sneak peek today, the Fixer Upper dream team spills the details of how they met — and it wasn’t exactly love at first sight.

Joanna agreed to go out on a date with Chip after meeting him and his roommate “Hot John” — who she actually tried to approach minutes earlier, but was too shy — in the waiting room of her dad’s auto shop. She had second thoughts, however, after Chip arrived an hour and a half late to pick her up.

RELATED: HGTV Star Joanna Gaines Talks Fixer Upper Fame and Work-Life Balance: ‘Family Is First’

“He didn’t apologize for being late, either. He had so much confidence. I don’t know. I can’t explain it. Only Chip could be an hour and a half late and have no one mad about it,” Joanna writes.

WATCH THIS: HGTV Stars Anthony Carrino and John Colaneri Compete to Make the Better Birdhouse

The chapter continues to describe the timeline of their relationship, which didn’t actually start until months after they first went out, when Chip (in typical guy fashion) finally called Joanna back.

“I’d made a bet with Hot John to see who could hold out the longest before calling our dates back,” Chip writes “I really wanted that fifty dollars from John! That’s the only reason I didn’t call.”

After they went out a second time, the rest was history.

RELATED: The Property Brothers Throw a House Party in New ‘Let the Night Shine In’ Music Video

For the full access to the details on their meet-cute, relatable dating moments, and how they got their start on HGTV (hint: it involves a very expensive impulse buy), preorder the The Magnolia Story here.


A Chat with Judy Ross

by Kilometre @ Kilometre.Paris

Why and how did you begin designing textiles? My father worked in the garment district for companies selling fabrics, so that was always around me. After high school, I spent time in specialized art schools. I was painting and into the decorative pattern movement happening at the Holly Solomon gallery as well as art to wear, which was big at the time. I started creating painted fabrics and then on a trip to India, I saw what was next – embroidered shawls. I thought they would be a great vehicle for my design, my paintings, my voice. I began doing embroidered textiles in India and have been since. I’m still influenced by India’s spirit and what’s going on there. The artisans I work with now are the artisans I worked with in 1989. I’ve kept relationships – with artisans and families and people. That’s part of the reason I do what … Continue reading

Cook’n with Class 10th Anniversary Contest & Giveaway!

by Lily la Tigresse @

Celebrate Cook'n with Class' 10th Anniversary with your chance to win a trip to Paris Sweepstake & A Cooking Class Giveaway!

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'Climate change is real': CEOs share their disappointment over Trump's Paris accord exit

'Climate change is real': CEOs share their disappointment over Trump's Paris accord exit


chicagotribune.com

Despite last-ditch appeals from the chief executives of several major U.S. companies and months of letters and outreach to the White House from some of

Draw Me Your City

by Kilometre @ Kilometre.Paris

Join us in the Big Apple for the second round of our Draw Me Your Travel event series at Outsider Art Fair, the world’s first and only fair dedicated to Art Brut, Folk and Outsider Art. Kilometre invites children (and kids-at-heart) to draw their New York City boroughs and neighbourhoods. These designs will then be embroidered on shirts, canvas grocery bags, handkerchiefs and scarves. Journey with us to the five boroughs of NYC, seeing them through the eyes of your kids. Proceeds will benefit the Zellidja Foundation, which allows youth to take a month-long trip to their dream destination. Our event at the fair coincides with Outsider’s 25th anniversary. This year, Outsider partners with art critic Edward Madrid Gómez on a curated booth that will display a piece from each year of the fair, from 1993 to the present. In addition, the quiltmakers of Gee’s Bend, Alabama will have their … Continue reading

Paddy Sherlock on Turning Points

by James Vasina @ World Radio Paris

Paddy Sherlock is a singer and musician who moved from Ireland to Paris thirty years ago. In this episode of Turning Points, he tells us about his experience as an artist in the capital city of France, and his new album “Too good to be true”. Visit Paddy Sherlock’s website at PaddySherlock.com By Nawsheen Rumjaun   […]

Welcome to the club

by Kilometre @ Kilometre.Paris

The Kilometre team’s Sunday treat are the indie short films showing at Le CiNeMa Club. Founded by former producer Marie-Louise Khondji, this new online cinema shows a different film every Sunday for free. Enjoy a carefully curated selection of undiscovered films in the privacy of your own home with just one click. Le CiNeMa Club’s website also features interviews with filmmakers, celebrities and designers. Icons like Wes Anderson, Chiara Mastroianni and Olympia Le-Tan each recommend their five favourite films, providing another opportunity to discover something new. Featured during the first week of January was director Olivier Babinet’s first short film, More Like Johnny Walker, which explores the surreal, loopy world of the aimless trio Etienne, Bip and Solveig. We’ve been following Babinet since his series Le Bidule was released in ’98; be sure to check out his recently released documentary Swagger as well. Make the best of the rainy weather … Continue reading

5 Castles in Montmartre (Yes, Castles)

by Lily la Tigresse @ Exploring Paris

Hidden or secret castles, manor houses and other surprises around the Montmartre neighborhood in Paris, France. Perfect for a stroll in the area.

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A Chat with Julie Mahieu

by Kilometre @ Kilometre.Paris

Where are you from ? Where do you live ? I was born in a small village near Fontainebleau forest, right in the heart of the landscapes that have inspired the impressionist painters. I now live in the 20th arrondissement in Paris, which is a perfect neighbourhood for me : here you feel the excitement of the Parisian life but also a kind of suburban stillness. It’s like a small town, sometimes it even feels like a village…. Tell us about you collaboration with Kilometre /Alexandra. Alexandra was looking for a scenographer for the Kilometre Pop Up shop at “Les Voyageurs du Monde “ library, and a friend we have in common told her about my work, last May. I had just finished working on an installation with artists and landscapers for the 25th edition of the Festival des Jardins du domaine de Chaumont sur Loire. This garden “Je reste “ (“I stay”) … Continue reading

Paris Real Estate - Paris AR Homes For Sale  | Zillow

Paris Real Estate - Paris AR Homes For Sale | Zillow


Zillow

Zillow has 62 homes for sale in Paris AR. View listing photos, review sales history, and use our detailed real estate filters to find the perfect place.

Ten Things You Didn’t Know About Paris

by Lily la Tigresse @ Exploring Paris

Secret lesser-know facts about Paris from its secret river to the former layout of the famous "arrondissements, by Lily Heise (for CNTraveler, reposted Business Insider)

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Square Nicolay Hidden – Paris Gem in the 17th

by Administrator @ 60secondparis

Square Nicolay (17th) …is not only something to behold, but a curiosity in its own right. Firstly, it has the distinction of a Russian pedigree yet, is attached to what my decidedly untrained eye says is an English type garden. Hmmm... 2ndly, it’s not exactly on any well-trod, publicly accessed walkway

Ambassador Nikki Haley says climate change 'is real', leaving Paris accord doesn't mean leaving climate protection behind

Ambassador Nikki Haley says climate change 'is real', leaving Paris accord doesn't mean leaving climate protection behind


Post and Courier

United Nations Ambassador Nikki Haley said in an interview Tuesday that she sees no reason why the Trump administration would reject new findings about the impact of climate change on

How to Uncover the “Real” Paris

How to Uncover the “Real” Paris


ISA Today

By Matt Gulizia – ISA Senior Site Specialist and Geographic Oversight Manager, Europe Paris is a city that has captivated the masses for centuries, and for good reason. Every twist and turn y…

Beautiful Historic Cinemas You Must Visit in Paris

by Lily la Tigresse @ Exploring Paris

In the age of multiplexes, these are the most intriguing and historic independent cinemas across the French capital (for CNTraveler)

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Paris full of Wapuu Love – WordCamp Europe 2017

by Alex Preukschat @ PixelRockstar

What an event! You’ve never seen Wapuu so popular and so well eaten as this year. This year the french mascot shared again love and friendship at the european WordPress meetup including even Matt Mullenweg.

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This Is Us Stars Reveal the Shocks, Tearjerkers & Everything Else to Expect From Season 2

This Is Us Stars Reveal the Shocks, Tearjerkers & Everything Else to Expect From Season 2

by Karen Mizoguchi and Brianne Tracy @ PEOPLE.com

This Is… going to be an emotional sophomore season.

Fans were left wanting more details and storylines after Tuesday’s season premiere of This Is Us, especially after that shocking ending showing how everyone’s favorite TV dad, Jack Pearson, died.

“I don’t know how to feel,” Mandy Moore told PEOPLE as she wiped away tears after watching the episode for the first time with her castmates at PEOPLE’s screening in Los Angeles. “It was weird to watch it but I’m so glad we got to watch it together. It’s nice to know some piece of the puzzle … Just seeing what we saw there was enough to make anyone upset.”

Meanwhile, Milo Ventimiglia said in a Q&A following the premiere hosted by PEOPLE’s Editor-in-Chief Jess Cagle, that he is relieved that fans finally got a glimpse into what led to his character’s death. 

“I’m glad we’ve revealed a little bit to everyone,” he explained. “I know people have been asking questions and I stay silent because there’s so much I can’t reveal but I’m glad they know at least a bit.”

And there’s plenty more to come!

Read below to learn what Moore and Ventimiglia — along with their costars and creator Dan Fogelman — teased about what to expect in season 2, including specific tear-jerking moments from upcoming episodes.

 

What to Expect About Jack’s Death:

After Jack (Ventimiglia) and Rebecca (Moore) end their separation and decide to deal with his alcoholism together, the episode cut to her driving up to a burnt house with bags of his possessions as firefighters surround the scene.

“That’s just a piece of the puzzle,” Moore told PEOPLE.

In fact, there are clues viewers might have missed: Kate is holding a dog, Randall has a girlfriend and Kevin has a broken leg leading up to the big monumental event.  

“This was always the plan. We talked about the fire and what happened to Jack,” Fogelman shared with PEOPLE. “This is something we’ve had planned out since inception. We wanted to start this season providing a few answers while still leaving us a lot of room to explore what happens.”

Leading up to tonight’s episode, Ventimiglia admitted that he’s been asked about Jack’s death for far too long. “It gets confusing because they say, ‘How do you die? Not how does Jack die?’ ” the Gilmore Girls alum said to PEOPLE. 

Adding, “I always wondered why is this good? I think when Dan would talk about him, there is always a darker side. Seeing that cracks are not cracks but deeper wounds we see a bit more why he chooses to be good. That’s the stuff we’re going to unpack.”

 

What to Expect About Kate’s Singing:

Fogelman revealed to PEOPLE that Chrissy Metz will be showcasing her real singing voice on the NBC hit drama. “She’s awesome. She sings next week on the show and it’s pretty awesome,” he said.

And Sterling K. Brown couldn’t agree more with Fogelman. “Chrissy Metz is a beast,” the two-time Emmy winner shared with PEOPLE.

“We made her sound a little more tentative … We thought we had to make this a realistic situation for Kate,” Fogelman also explained. “She is a 37-year-old trying to break into a tough industry that people have been working their whole lives to be a part of. It’s not going to just happen overnight because she wants it to be. She’s going to have to work at it and that’s something that Kate’s willing to do.”

He even joked, “Season 4 when we run out of ideas it’s going to turn into a musical.”

Metz, who earned an Emmy nomination for playing Kate Pearson, is loving how she can combine her passion for acting and singing.

“Dan is writing my dream life. I enjoy singing very much,” she told PEOPLE. 

Don’t miss People and EW’s This Is Us LIVE viewing party! Go to People.com and EW.com for exclusive access to the This Is Us season 2 red carpet premiere party – with all the scoop from your favorite cast members. 

What to Expect About Randall Wanting to Adopt: 

This season, we learn Brown’s character, Randall Pearson, has major “baby fever” and wants to adopt a child with his wife Beth, played by actress Susan Kelechi Watson.

“It’s fulfilling the circle of life,” Brown told PEOPLE. “To honor my parents that gave me a life. It also puts Randall firmly in the moment instead of looking towards the future.”

But the process of adopting another member to their family may bring stress to the couple’s relationship, specifically after the death of Randall’s biological father, William.

“It’s a way you haven’t seen them before,” Watson said to PEOPLE about Randall and Beth’s marriage. “There were times when I was questioning myself, ‘Is this Beth?’ They’re on two very different sides. I learned that she wants to honor William too. It means something to her to honor him as well.”

And Moore can’t wait to find out why she’s “obsessed with Beth” in season 2.

“I want you to know everything about her. There’s an episode coming up that’s just ‘Ohhh,’ ” she said to PEOPLE. “I want to know everything about . There’s a really good episode that we just finishing shooting. I’m captivated.”

What to Expect About Kevin: 

Justin Hartley‘s character, Kevin Pearson, has landed a starring role in a new Ron Howard-directed film, and is in a committed relationship with his high school sweetheart.

“This is just the way things work. He was a man-child when we found him but he has come closer to what he wants to,” Hartley told PEOPLE.

Kevin’s big acting gig will also introduce viewers to Sylvester Stallone‘s big cameo.

“He walks into a room and he’s Sylvester Stallone. He’s a movie star,” Hartley teased. “He has this ability to disarm everyone in the room and when he starts talking to you, he’s like a guy. He’s a master and makes everyone laugh. As soon as he’s gone, you miss him.”

Brown couldn’t be happier for Kevin’s story arc this season.

“He’s got this love in his life, this burgeoning career and trying to balance both those things at the same time. I feel like Kev sometimes,” he confessed.

But look forward to a twist, according to Fogelman.

“Justin’s story is not going to go where you think. It is really going to knock people’s socks off,” he foreshadowed. 

What to Expect About Kate and Rebecca’s Mother-Daughter Relationship: 

It’s no secret that Kate has always been daddy’s little girl. (She has her late father’s urn at her apartment.) While fans will learn more about Jack’s death and how the loss will impact The Big Three, Rebecca may have a harder time connecting with her only daughter.

“They’re never quite on the same page. We get a closer look in the next episode. It’s pretty heartbreaking,” Moore told PEOPLE.

What to Expect About Toby:

In the premiere episode, Chris Sullivan’s character Toby still has yet to find his place in Kevin and Kate’s close relationship. But fans and viewers will get to learn more about Toby’s own family dynamic as his mother will be introduced.

“Toby has a lot going on with his mom. A lot going on we don’t know about,” Sullivan shared with PEOPLE.

“There’s a lot going on. There’s a lot under there we don’t know about,” said Sullivan’s TV fiancée Metz.

This Is Us airs at 9 p.m. ET on NBC.

Reporting by PATRICK GOMEZ

Vendeur de fromages de chèvres dans les rues de Paris, 1953

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Un métier de Paris au 19e siècle aujourd’hui disparu. Frank Welch, 1953

Home | Paris's Best Real Escape Game | Escape Hunt

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Elon Musk quits as Trump adviser over Paris Agreement withdrawal and attacks decision

Elon Musk quits as Trump adviser over Paris Agreement withdrawal and attacks decision


The Independent

Elon Musk has said he is leaving Donald Trump's advisory council over the President's decision to pull out of the Paris climate accords. The Tesla and SpaceX founder tweeted: "Am departing presidential councils. Climate change is real. Leaving Paris is not good for America or the world."

Shonda Rhimes & Grey's Anatomy Cast Take a Knee in 'Solidarity of Racial Justice' at 300th Episode Party

Shonda Rhimes & Grey's Anatomy Cast Take a Knee in 'Solidarity of Racial Justice' at 300th Episode Party

by Karen Mizoguchi @ PEOPLE.com

Shonda Rhimes and the cast of Grey’s Anatomy are supporting NFL players’ protest of racial injustice in the wake of the backlash from President Donald Trump.

“and we took a knee in solidarity of racial justice. #takeaknee#greysanatomy #300th,” Rhimes, 47, shared on Instagram Tuesday, along with a photo of her, Ellen Pompeo, Jesse Williams and Debbie Allen on one knee at the 300th episode celebration party. (Jason Winston George, who plays Ben Warren, was cropped out of the picture.)

“We kneel because we are supposed to be one nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all. #ilovethesepeople #300thepisode,” Pompeo captioned the same photo.

Meanwhile, Williams, 36, responded to a Twitter follower who tried to to get the hashtag #BoycottGreysAnatomy trending after their protest picture.

“No one’s scared of u. Also, u follow me. #GetYourLifeTogether See u this Thursday for our season premiere at 8pm!” the actor wrote.

The ABC drama, which is one of the longest-running scripted shows in TV history, will mark its 300th episode this season on Thursday.

Also on Monday, Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny took a knee on the set of the upcoming reboot of The X-Files.

NFL players and celebrities continue to show their solidarity with athletes like Colin Kaepernick, who made headlines in Aug. 2016 for refusing to stand for the national anthem to protest racial injustice in the United States.

While numerous NFL stars kneeled and locked arms during the national anthem during a Sunday game in London, celebrities, including Stevie Wonder, Diddy and Uzo Aduba, lent their voices to the movement.

RELATED GALLERY: All the Stars Who Are Taking a Knee in Solidarity with the NFL National Anthem Protests

On Saturday, Rhimes tweeted: “I think: By kneeling, players don’t disrespect the flag.They ask US to respect the flag. They ask us to make the anthem true for all of us.”

During a rally speech in Alabama on Friday, Trump stated, “Wouldn’t you love to see one of these NFL owners, when somebody disrespects our flag, say, ‘Get that son of a b–ch off the field right now. Out, you’re fired.’”

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In addition, the president had a series of follow-up tweets. “If a player wants the privilege of making millions of dollars in the NFL, or other leagues, he or she should not be allowed to disrespect…our Great American Flag (or Country) and should stand for the National Anthem,” he wrote. “If not, YOU’RE FIRED. Find something else to do!”


Gallo-Roman remains in Paris

by ANIDO @ Un Jour de plus à Paris

In the heart of the city, witnesses of the very old history of Paris.

Paris Hilton and Jasmine Sanders, Real-Life Barbie Dolls, Love Going on Double Dates Together

Paris Hilton and Jasmine Sanders, Real-Life Barbie Dolls, Love Going on Double Dates Together


W Magazine

The pair were a dynamic duo at the Revolve Social Club, where Rihanna also made a late appearance.

Where’s Jim? Trump’s Trip to Paris Raises Questions Over Whether Friend He Spoke of on Campaign Trail Is Imaginary

Where’s Jim? Trump’s Trip to Paris Raises Questions Over Whether Friend He Spoke of on Campaign Trail Is Imaginary


PEOPLE.com

Donald Trump is reportedly a man of few friends — and he may have one less than he claims

Book sellers on the Seine

by James Vasina @ World Radio Paris

It may be one of the oldest jobs since the beginning of time, but booksellers located on the bank of the Seine are here to stay. Tatiana Wakam decided to dig deeper into this profession that everyone sees, yet nobody really knows much about.     By Tatiana Wakam

Community organi-zations to join forces

by David Blanc @ World Radio Paris

​CESC, the Council for the English Speaking Community in Paris, is an informal organization for the exchange of news and information between more than a hundred English-speaking non-profit groups and associations in the Paris region. CESC maintains a file of contact information for member associations, and periodically emails news of upcoming events. In addition, CESC […]

Casa Photo Real Paris Eiffel Tower Bed in a Bag Bedding Set - Walmart.com

Casa Photo Real Paris Eiffel Tower Bed in a Bag Bedding Set - Walmart.com


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Buy Casa Photo Real Paris Eiffel Tower Bed in a Bag Bedding Set at Walmart.com

Now here is Nowhereisland

by Kilometre @ Kilometre.Paris

At Kilometre, we are constantly searching for the latest destinations – therefore, we’d like to introduce you to the world’s newest nation…Nowhereisland. In this recently founded republic, discrimination, war, call centres, and taking oneself too seriously are all strictly banned, but ice cream is free on Fridays. The embassy is located in a horsebox, and the national currency is not pieces of paper, nor bars of gold – it’s stories. Where is this utopia, you may ask? The answer lies in British artist Alex Hartley. During a 2004 Arctic expedition to Cape Farewell, Hartley discovered a barren, rocky islet amongst the remains of a melting glacier in Svalbard. He claimed the territory from Norway, declared it a new nation, and recruited 23,003 citizens from 135 countries. This diverse group of Nowhereislanders includes a refugee football team and iconic personalities such as Yoko Ono and Vidal Sassoon. Towed by a boat, … Continue reading

Draw Me Your Travel

by Kilometre @ Kilometre.Paris

From Jean Dubuffet and Henry Darger to Howard Finster and Adolf Wölfi, outsider artists have redefined art and culture. Forgetting artistic conventions; ignoring art critics; creating freely; returning as artists to a child’s state of mind – a place of boundless imagination. Outsider artists challenge art culture like Kilometre is redefining fashion itself. This coming weekend, we celebrate these artists as New York’s Outsider Art Fair comes to Paris. The Outsider Art Fair in Paris celebrates raw, outsider art, a movement that goes beyond the boundaries of the conventional; creative, imaginative, anything but mainstream. Not only will Outsider artists exhibit their works but children will become artists themselves! Kilometre introduces “Draw Me Your Travel.” On Sunday October 23rd, your children help us to rediscover the world, envisioning far-off places in their drawings. Perhaps a child journeys to outer space, to the moon; perhaps their travel is a beach, a forest … Continue reading

The Real Paris — Escaping the City’s Tourist Traps

The Real Paris — Escaping the City’s Tourist Traps


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By stepping off the typical tourist route, you can enjoy the real Paris and get a true flavor of what the place is all about.

ARE YOU PREPARED?

by Kilometre @ Kilometre.Paris

It’s the end of the plastic bag as we know it. Starting from New Year 2017, single-use carrier bags have been banned in French grocery stores. By the end of 2018, they’ll be phased out in the entire EU. This isn’t just for Europeans; similar bans have been enacted worldwide. The alternative that some shops will provide, paper bags, are not much better in terms of sustainability. To give you an idea, the USA cuts down 14 million trees per year to manufacture paper bags, and these discarded bags create twice the amount of emissions as plastic bags when they decompose in landfills. But we’ve got you covered for the ban or your attempts to go green – choose between our Bourse de Commerce (François Pinault and Bernard Arnault’s next district), Belleville (Paris’ Brooklyn), La Seine (the New Scene) and Ligne 15 (ride into the future of Paris) designs which celebrate the new Grand Paris. … Continue reading

15 Things That Are Way Too Real For Anyone Visiting Paris

15 Things That Are Way Too Real For Anyone Visiting Paris


Culture Trip

Discover the confusing but charming aspects of Parisian behaviour all tourists must quickly adapt to when visiting the French capital.

Winter Strolls: Three Itineraries for Soaking Up the Festive Atmosphere

by Lily la Tigresse @ Exploring Paris

Discover the best of the festive spirit in Paris on these three strolls (for HiP Paris).

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Owlet Releases Updated Smart Sock 2 and Connected Care Platform, Plus Why This is My Number One Baby Product

by @Travelpanties @ KatieLara.com

If you’re a regular reader, you know my obsession with my daughter’s Owlet. The Owlet is a smart sock that monitors heart rate and breathing. If you haven’t already, you can check out my comprehensive Owlet review. It really gives me peace of mind to rest at night, which is one of the key ingredients […]

Breakfast in France

by James Vasina @ World Radio Paris

What does the typical French breakfast look like? Coffee, juice, toast with butter or jam, maybe a soft boiled egg or just a simple croissant are customary. There are sweet mainstays at 4pm too when the French take their goûter (their afternoon snack). But there are more options and perspectives on mealtime in Paris today […]

HOME AT LAST

by Kilometre @ Kilometre.Paris

Where to next? This simple but tantalizing question is always teetering at the forefront of our minds here at Kilometre. Should it be India, some 7,329 kilometers to the east, or South Africa, 8,732 kilometers southward? Or perhaps it’s Brazil that we should be packing our suitcases for, and few weeks later, across the South Atlantic for Pakistan?  To us, indulging this inexhaustible curiosity about the globe is the ultimate form of luxury. But we realize that, in our eagerness to keep up with the world, we too often neglect to keep up with the very special city that greets us each morning as we step out the door: Paris.  What a shame it would be not to rectify this wrong! And so, a few weeks ago, we decided to break free from our usual orbit: those routine paths that we trace day in and day out, to and from our … Continue reading

10 Best Things to Experience the Real Paris That Tourists Often Miss

10 Best Things to Experience the Real Paris That Tourists Often Miss


TravelingPanties.com

Check out what to do to experience Paris like a local as well as plenty of fabulous luxury travel tips!

Paris Brothers makes real cave-aged cheese in real KC caves

Paris Brothers makes real cave-aged cheese in real KC caves


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Paris Brothers, distributor of “artisan cheeses,” prefer the high humidity and bacteria that can be sustained in a cave.

Incredible urban pics that show the real Paris, and Wow!

Incredible urban pics that show the real Paris, and Wow!


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Self taught Parisian photographer Thibaud Poirier developed a love for urban environments from an early age - and does it show!? - WOW! From breathtakingly, almost alien-like captures of building interiors, to engaged, yet strangely devoid-of-life streetscapes, a visual feast in a lightning-show over the Eiffel Tower, to a hauntingly beautiful vision illustrating the power of nature over a disused urban railway line. He takes us on an odyssey through an unfamiliar, yet vaguely familiar Paris we always knew was there, lurking. There is some remarkable work here and well worth a look, if only to check out what lies beyond the beautiful architecture and fashionable fasçades. Thibaud shoots with a Canon 6D camera and 17mm and 24mm TS-E lenses. For more of his work, head to his website, his Tumblr page, or Instagram! Nice! *Unfortunately, most of his work is unlabelled as to where they were taken, so your guess is as good as mine! I LOVE Paris btw! :)

Tourists discover the 'real' Paris with homeless city guides

Tourists discover the 'real' Paris with homeless city guides


Traveller

Paris' homeless are showing tourists the city's hidden gems and little-known alleyways.

Rue Cler - A Taste of The Real Paris

Rue Cler - A Taste of The Real Paris


the homemade fig

In all my pre-trip reading, I kept coming across a street named 'Rue Cler' that had a reputation for being the perfect picnic compiling location.  It's a classic "French street" full of bakeries, restaurants, flower shops, and more.  We purposely picked a hotel that was in walking di

Paris 2024

by James Vasina @ World Radio Paris

On September 13th, the International Olympic Committee officially announced that Paris will host the Olympic and Paralympic Games in 2024. As some events will take place in the city of Saint-Denis, Nawsheen Rumjaun met Bally Bagayoko, the city’s deputy mayor in charge of Sports, and Pierre Rondeau, an economist who specialises in sport, to talk […]

1924 Summer Olympics in Paris

by ANIDO @ Un Jour de plus à Paris

Relive the great events that marked the 1924 Paris Olympics.

Pop Up Kilometre at Le Bon Marché

by Kilometre @ Kilometre.Paris

 Always on the run, Kilometre has settled down for a while at Le Bon Marché, for a collaborative pop up this summer in Paris. After all, this is what they both share: Paris. For the occasion, Kilometre has reunited all its creative friends and invited them to reinterpret the brand’s designs and most iconic destinations. If you’re crazy about Pierre Loti avenue and fear missing Paris while away, you’ll spend your summer laying in Kilometre’s Pierre Loti shirt, sleeping on a bleu blanc rouge Judy Ross pillow, eating your summery salad on a Tour Eiffel plate, shopping on in markets with your “Paris 7ème” basket. And to make sure you’ll feel at home everywhere, Kilometre teamed up with Jessica Sironi to create a candle that smells just like the perfect Parisian croissant, “Un petit-déjeuner à Paris.” Stuck in Paris? Travel to sandy Kolmanskop, clinquant Saint-Tropez, or far away Kashan.

5 Cool Food Lover Tours & Activities in Paris

by Lily la Tigresse @

Tried and tested unique food tours, cooking classes and original ways to learn about Paris food while seeing different areas of the city.

The post 5 Cool Food Lover Tours & Activities in Paris appeared first on .

Take the real Wapuu Home in Paris!

Take the real Wapuu Home in Paris!


PixelRockstar

We were on our first WordCamp Europe last year in Vienna, and it was a blast! So many people have asked if they could take home the cute, cuddly Wapuu. So guess what? It’s time to give Wapuu away this year! To give back the...

Real Life

Real Life


Theatre in Paris - French plays. English subtitles.

The most ‘Parisian’ thing to see in Paris. ‘Real Life’ is a show with delightful, quintessentially French humour in a hidden local theatre near the Opéra Garnier. Book Now!

GUESS WHAT IS A PLATOKAOLINOPHILE

by Kilometre @ Kilometre.Paris

(*Platokaolinophile: compulsive collector of plates.) What is taste if not a ringed spectrum where the two extremes — impeccable taste and vulgarity — come together in an awkward, therefore exhilarating, reunion? It is teetering on this border that stimulates the creative mind and that, ultimately, propels our culture forward. So, when Kilometre founder Alexandra Senes travels, she keeps her senses receptive, not just to good taste, but also to bad. One ubiquitous form of bad taste is the souvenir plate. An insouciant amalgam of garish colors and picture-book illustrations, these plates have long been a perennial favorite of tourists with a neither-here-nor-there sensibility — and here Alexandra saw an opportunity for some lighthearted satire. She thus started bringing back a souvenir plate from every one of her trips, building a collection that might as well be named “Kitschiest of the Kitschiest.” And when she hosts a dinner, she reveals to her guests the artifacts of a … Continue reading

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