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Imagine what might happen if some of Chicago's most inventive jazz musicians embarked on a multi-year collaboration with their counterparts in France. Just think of the music that might result, the insights that could be shared, the audiences that would...
In the spirit of a Terrence Malick screenplay, certain rhetorical questions to be spoken in hushed voice-over present themselves regarding Malick's latest, "To the Wonder." Can we ever see enough sunsets as filmed by Malick and his mighty...
After making his 2010 comedy "Potiche," French filmmaker François Ozon was casting about for his next project. A friend recommended he see "The Boy in the Last Row," a play by Juan Mayorga that examined the relationship between a teacher and his gifted...
For its premiere 2013 showcase in the south of France, the Cannes Film Festival is going back to 1920s America. Organizers at the prestigious film gathering said Monday night that Baz Luhrmann's "The Great Gatsby" will open this year's festival on May...
A French market set to open in Vernon Hills in early June promises to offer an array of regional and imported foods, crafts, clothing and other goods. The idea for the market came about last year after Vernon Hills resident Karen Duffley discovered...
PARIS (AP) - Stung by Europe's growing horse meat scandal, French farmers and food industry officials were recently flocking to Paris to show off their wares and defend the reputation of the Western world's culinary heartland. Paris' yearly Agricultural...
In "Jacob's Folly," Rebecca Miller has landed on a narrative voice that's antique, droll, racy and occasionally cutting — imagine an 18th century French rake being played by David Niven. But instead of putting an elegant, handsome man behind that...
After falling in love with French macarons in Paris, Wanda Hall decided to open her own maison du macarons in Havre de Grace. Les Petits Bisous, which translates as “little kisses,” opened in August 2012. “I thought, ‘Why not...
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"Simon Killer" was among the most divisive entries at the Sundance Film Festival when it premiered there in 2012. While it struck some as a chilling, unblinking look at the descent into violence and madness of a young American in Paris, to others the film...
This post has been corrected. See the note below for details.Planning, traveling and sharing a vacation with apps that have geography at their heart is no longer just a futuristic idea. Dated guidebooks, tattered maps and finding a place to eat may have been part of the travel headache in times past, but new...
PARIS -- France's Socialist government was tarnished by scandal Tuesday after the former minister in charge of stamping out tax fraud admitted to having an undeclared foreign bank account. After months of denying the accusations, Jerome Cahuzac, who...
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