When we first posted the painting of the “Happy Negro (Au Nègre Joyeux)” above #12 Rue Mouffetard in the Latin Quarter,
Pittsburgh's The Pillow Project pays a visit to Paris' legendary bookshop Shakespeare & Co. for some improvisational dance amongst the stacks.
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A taste of Africa in Paris: top restaurant and bar picks from Vingt Paris.
Get lost in Paris Monday nights: wine bars and jazz manouche in the 5ème Arrondissement.
The ancient Roman road in Paris is now home to some of the best food in Paris.
Hammams are usually always divided in female only and male only days, with women generally topless, so if you aren’t used to getting up close and personal with hundreds of nude Parisians, don’t go!
Just nearby my old apartment on Rue Mouffetard is the preserved storefront of Au Nègre Joyeux, the name of a chocolate factory that once existed at 14, Rue Mouffetard. It's truly hard to say what is more offensive: the use of the word negro in a company name, the fact that it was a chocolate factory.
You might recognize this mosque from the film Paris Je t’aime. A Parisian teenager, Franà§ois, develops a crush on a girl and waits for her outside a mosque. She sees him across the road when she opens the large entrance doors at the intersection of two streets.