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Paris Sans Voiture

Beginning on May 8th, the air will be just a little bit cleaner in Paris—at least on Sundays. The French capital’s government will ban automobile traffic along the famed Champs Elysées and on nine other roads. Another four areas of … Continue reading

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Windows on History

I’m a sucker for “then & now” photo mash-ups like this wonderful series of Parisian scenes. These images of Paris, all taken between 1871 and 1968, were then re-photographed at the exact spot and from the same angle. The series … Continue reading

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Paris Gets Silencio

If you have ever wanted to experience the surreal cinematic world of director David Lynch (who hasn’t), come September you’ll have your opportunity at Silencio, the new club he’s designing in Paris. The combined bar/restaurant/screening room/gallery/music venue is being installed … Continue reading

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