The New-York Historical Society celebrates the work of writer/artist Ludwig Bemelmans and his most famous creation, Madeline, with a fascinating career retrospective.
Easter has just been celebrated with its usual flood of colorful eggs. But the best eggs are not hidden in gardens ... but in Parisian bistros like Le Père Claude at La Motte Picquet.
What is a Parisian man like, and where can we find him? Perhaps in Beaubourg, near the Centre Pompidou, in the studios of fashion designer Barnabé Hardy...
The "Colonnes de Buren" ("Buren's Columns") at the Palais Royal seem to invite kids to transform themselves into human graffiti.
At Parisian markets, such as Le Marché de Passy, you can sometimes cross the path of grannies who look a bit like the Thinker by Rodin.
In Monceau, sometimes you have to look up and pay attention to the windows, which give their true character to these constructions made of pierre de taille.
Introducing the new column, A Few Parisians, by cartoonist David Cessac. For the first installment, he captures a mother and child in front of the Musée du Quai Branly, the museum dedicated to the arts of Africa, Oceana, Asia and the Americas.