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CNNPARIS -- France's far right-leaning National Front party is threatening to sue after singer Madonna showed a video of party leader Marine Le Pen with a swastika superimposed on her forehead during a concert in Paris. "The images that were projected...
Marion Cunningham's crusade to preserve the nightly supper hour came of her concern that without it children would never learn table manners or the give and take of dinner conversation. Not only that, she worried that such traditional American dishes as...
Tiffany and Raffi Sepetjian are serious foodies who love to travel, particularly to France where they have family. Even though Raffi has a large independent cigar business in California and Tiffany owned a Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory franchise,...
World NowFrench president François Hollande made an emotional mea culpa on behalf of his country for its part in the roundup and deportation of more than 13,000 Jews from Paris, at a commemoration ceremony on Sunday....
Twenty years ago, Bob Spitz spent several weeks touring Sicily in the company of Julia Child. "We ate and drank and talked. We talked about her entire life," recalled the writer of "Dearie: The Remarkable Life of Julia Child." "I had her voice in my...
Julia Child would have been 100 on Aug. 15, and the occasion is being marked by a flurry of published works honoring her as a woman, a cook, a television legend and even a cat fancier. But what about Child as writer? After all, her inaugural cookbook...
Chris Marker, an enigmatic figure in French cinema who avoided publicity and was loath to screen his films yet was often ranked with countrymen Alain Resnais and Jean-Luc Godard as an avant-garde master, died at his home in Paris on Sunday, his 91st...
Tags: Literature, French Literature, Music, Cuba, Documentary (genre)
In a time when vulgar expressions of excess eclipse what once represented a standard of artistic achievement, there exists a most special refuge from the insanity of an electronic world. It is, oddly enough, a bookstore. And its name is Assouline,...
Tags: New Products, Marketing, Balmain, France, Air France-KLM
MOSCOW(AP) — The global campaign to free Pussy Riot is gaining speed: Supporters of the punk provocateur band mobilize this week in at least a two dozen cities worldwide to hold simultaneous demonstrations an hour before a Russian court rules on...
World NowFrench President Francois Hollande pledged Tuesday to use "all means" necessary to maintain public order after rioting erupted in northern France. The rioting by youths in Amiens, in a troubled urban area outside Paris, injured 16 police officers and left...
LA Times MagazineA pilgrimage to Martinique finds cane consummated as a heavenly spirit made from freshly pressed sugarcane wine...
LONDON — As a Californian, I had forgotten that you don't cancel your life just because it rains. If you did, you'd never see anything in London, at least not recently. And there is much to see. Too much, in fact. It's a travel buffet, and it's...
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