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New York Times goes international

New York Times goes international

25 October 2013   1 comment
Get global news, business insights and cultural content from the newly launched International New York Times, also available as an app. [Contributed by the INYT]
The Culture Trip: Best contemporary galleries in Marseille

The Culture Trip: Best contemporary galleries in Marseille 27 August 2013

Just 10 reasons why Marseille deserved its nomination as the European Capital of Culture for 2013. Don't miss some of the best art galleries Marseille has to offer.
Art on the go at Charles de Gaulle airport

Art on the go at Charles de Gaulle airport 17 January 2013

Culture fans now have a chance to satisfy their on-the-go urges with a new museum in the heart of France's largest airport, showcasing collections from top art institutions.
Fly-by art? Gagosian opens Paris airport gallery

Fly-by art? Gagosian opens Paris airport gallery 17 October 2012

US art mogul Larry Gagosian opens a cavernous new art space right inside Paris's main private air hub.
Curie museum lifts veil on the glory days of physics

Curie museum lifts veil on the glory days of physics 14 September 2012

A museum scarcely bigger than a Paris flat sheds light on a momentous era for physics, a time of heroic individuals who made extraordinary discoveries but often at hideous risk.

Action! Finding acting classes in Paris

17 March 2011
Drama lovers and actors alike who are interested in taking classes in Paris should know a few things before looking for their big break. Anne Jacqueline gives a few pointers on the theatre scene in Paris,...

Paris gets world's first Cinema Street

5 December 2008
Rory Mulholland walks France's new underground street "Rue du Cinema", deep in the bowels of Les Halles.
France gets new immigration museum

France gets new immigration museum 11 October 2007

A new museum celebrating the role of immigration in French history opened amid a fierce row over plans to introduce DNA tests for would-be immigrants.
Bullfighting: not just for the Spaniards

Bullfighting: not just for the Spaniards 7 September 2006

Camargue bullfighting may not be as well-known as the Spanish variety, but it has thousands of fans - presumably including the bulls, who don't get killed in the French version.

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