8 07, 2013

The best of French in Chicago: Celebrate Bastille Day in the Windy City

By |2013-07-08T18:01:25+10:00Jul 8, 2013|0 Comments

Bastille Day is celebrated on July 14. In Chicago, the festivities last all weekend long. Here are several ways you can toast the blue, white and red - and all things French - from Thursday, July 11 through Sunday, July 14.

7 06, 2013

The best of French in Chicago: A toast to France’s Dordogne region and its Lascaux Caves

By |2013-06-07T15:06:25+10:00Jun 7, 2013|0 Comments

This year is the year of the Dordogne - in Chicago, the U.S. and the world. The region was celebrated at the recent French-American Chamber of Commerce of Chicago's annual gala and is the star of the touring Lascaux caves exhibition now at the Field Museum of Chicago.

8 05, 2013

The best of French in Chicago: Picasso and Chicago exhibition at the Art Institute of Chicago

By |2013-05-08T15:09:08+10:00May 8, 2013|0 Comments

The Art Institute of Chicago was the first art museum in the U.S. to present Pablo Picasso's works back in 1913. A century later, Chicago residents and visitors alike can enjoy a special exhibition of the artist's masterpieces on display at the museum until May 12, 2013.

4 04, 2013

The best of French in Chicago: French Dining at Bistro Voltaire

By |2013-06-24T11:30:58+10:00Apr 4, 2013|0 Comments

Chicago residents and visitors will enjoy reasonably priced, French comfort food at Bistro Voltaire. Thanks for the efforts of its owner, Ned Boukram, the bistro offers a bit of joie de vivre right in the heart of the Windy City.

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