An exhibition of Paris street artist Madame Moustache illuminates the original collages behind the graffiti.
Shakespeare and Company's original founder, Sylvia Beach, lived a life of bravery fueled by a passion for literature.
The Paper Architecture exhibit at Cité de l'Architecture et du Patrimoine amazes with art made completely out of paper.
Brandon Chamberlain and Matthew Ricke found the former auto body repair shop on a misspelled ad on Craigslist. Now, simple bites and creative drinks make their new Brooklyn bar Exley an easy neighborhood favorite.
Czech artist Honza Hronek uses an antique wet plate collodion camera to create beautifully haunting portraits of Parisians, which are currently exhibited at the Rose Bakery.
French graphic artist Bernard Villemot, known for his iconic advertisements for Orangina, Perrier, SNCF and others, is now celebrated in a gallery exhibition in Paris.
From wasabi to chocolate fois gras to absinthe, discerning desserter Jenna Warnecke scours Paris in search of the city's best macaron.
The Fête des Vendanges de Montmartre celebrates the wine harvest season in Paris with concerts, food and wine tastings, and fireworks near the Sacré Coeur.
Sophie Calle's new exhibition in Paris, For The Last and For The First Time, explores themes of vision, perception and intimacy at Galerie Perrotin.
The Abbey Bookshop offers Anglophones in Paris a wide selection of used books and a cozy browsing environment.