When America’s David Sedaris decided to move to Paris, it was to learn the language. What ensued was a hilarious insight into the illusive capital, whose truth is sometimes eclipsed by those lights for which it is so famous.
Inspiring woman Diane von Fürstenberg is the creator of an iconic fashion piece. Find out which one.
Jacqueline's two loves, she's wrestling with how she can live two lives...
Does the statue of liberty represent a paradox in French and American political thought?
Discover how learning French has influenced the life of author Carolyne Lee.
True artisan florists are rare these days, but for Aline flowers were a childhood passion. Find her in the 9ème, Paris
Understanding how to be an entrepreneur may be easy, but how about breaking into a new culture and environment as an outsider? Not so much...
How to have a French summer in New York - from a French film festival, to Bastille Day festivities, there is plenty to enjoy.
Parisian and New York culture are oceans apart-literally! Find out what we find so different about la vie quotidienne…
‘Le Petit Prince’ (‘The Little Prince’) is probably one of the most read books by children in France. Discover it in whole new way through the manuscript and drawings exposed at 'The Little Prince: A New York Story'.