Interview: Captured Paris moments & insight from Kevin Doolan talented street photographer.
Teurgoule: the traditional rice pudding from Normandy is now gaining international attention.
On the third Thursday of November each year, people across the globe celebrate the release of the Beaujolais Nouveau. Here are the top five celebrations in Chicago!
A lucky few know exactly where to go to indulge in the best macarons...
Multinational and multicultural friends, couples, and families mixed with native Chicagoans as the sun set...
Have you met the 'cronut'? If not, you should. It's a delicious cross between two American and French pastry staples - the doughnut and croissant. You can find them in Chicago!
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.
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.
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.
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.