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Paris (France)

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  • Pinot climbs to third as Bardet, Van Garderen struggle

    BAGNERES DE LUCHON France (Reuters) - Romain Bardet had promised to "blow up the race", but it was Thibaut Pinot who set off the fireworks on the ascent to the Port de Bales on Tuesday's 16th stage of the Tour de France. Pinot, who climbed to third in...
  • Canceled flights to Israel slow Pikesville father trying to reach wounded son

    Canceled flights to Israel slow Pikesville father trying to reach wounded son
    Jeffrey Low, the father of a Baltimore-born Israeli soldier who was wounded in Gaza over the weekend, was flying to Tel Aviv on Tuesday to see his son when the news came: Ben Gurion Airport was under attack, and his flight was diverting to Paris. "I...
  • Taking the Kids -- and letting a little girl lead the way in Monet's garden

    I can't stop smiling. I'm walking in Monet's famous gardens at Giverny (http://giverny.org/gardens/fcm/visitgb.htm) on a sunny day, gardens with nearly 100,000 plants and a riot of colorful flowers, not to mention the famous lily pads immortalized in...
  • Hartford's Correspondent Abroad Reports On World War I

    Hartford's Correspondent Abroad Reports On World War I
    On the front page on Oct. 7, 1917, in the breathless style of the day, The Hartford Courant informed readers that it had dispatched a correspondent to war-ravaged France, where the 26th Yankee Division from New England had begun to arrive. "Only...
  • 'Love locks' collapse part of Paris bridge

    The dreamy Pont des Arts footbridge in central Paris was so weighed down by the thousands of locks affixed to its grillwork that a section of the fencing collapsed Sunday. No one was hurt, but it did spur a tweet from Bruno Julliard, the city's head...
  • Cannes: SND-M6 Closes Pre-Sales on Lartigau Comedy (EXCLUSIVE)

    CANNES- Paris-based SND-M6 Group, one of France's major film production-distribution-sales companies, has initiated pre-sales on comedy "La Famille Belier," the latest film from Eric Lartigau ("The Big Picture"). Tele Munchen Group has bought rights to...
  • Intl. Film Award: Gaumont's Overseas Team Creates Novel Ways to Clinch Pacts

    While the overseas market for French-language films is becoming increasingly competitive, Gaumont's international sales team is proving, market after market, that buyers are still game to venture off the beaten path to find gems. "Our motto at Gaumont is...
  • Intl. Film Award: Gaumont's Bets on Rising Talent Pays off at Box Office

    Since hitting a nerve with the worldwide B.O. smash hit "The Intouchables" ($426 million), Gaumont has ramped up its commitment to debut features and has turned into Gaul's film champion for diverse young talents emerging from France's Web, TV, stage...
  • CANNES: Wild Side Co-Founder to Launch Paris-Based Production/Distribution House (EXCLUSIVE)

    Manuel Chiche, co-founder of Wild Side, a leading distributor of upscale genre movies in France like Nicolas Winding Refn's "Drive," Park Chan-wook's "Old Boy" and Bong Joon-ho's "Snowpiercer," is now set to launch the Jokers, a Paris-based production and...
  • France: Seine River cruise will focus on art, artists

    France: Seine River cruise will focus on art, artists
    Pack your paints and palette for this new theme cruise on AmaWaterways’ 150-passenger AmaLegro. The Art Illumination Cruise, a seven-night voyage on the Seine River, charts a course through Normandy and the settings of some of the world’s...
  • Susan Spano talks about great trips, wild dogs and her new book

    Susan Spano talks about great trips, wild dogs and her new book
    Susan Spano’s name might ring a bell. It appeared in the pages of the Los Angeles Times 941 times from 1998 through 2009, when Spano served as a staff travel writer and columnist. Before that, she wrote the Frugal Traveler column for the New York...