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Le French Book first launched the Paris Homicide series with the digital-first translation of The 7th Woman by Frdrique Molay .
The sculpture "Dying Gaul," an ancient Roman sculpture after it was unveiled at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC on December 12, 2013.
She's known to enjoy the occasional tipple, so her appearance in a Parisian bar was no surprise during a romantic getaway with toy-boy Mark Cassidy.
A former shipping and freight center will house a 30,000 square meter tech hub, the largest in the world, set to open in 2016.
Architecture firm Agence Jouin Manku is redefining Parisian office spaces, starting with an avant garde upgrade to a historic office campus.
The photo series titled Scottish Highlands by Loic Le Quere, a photographer based in Paris, France, was taken during a road trip in October of this year.
Morgan Lehman Gallery announces Nicole CohenE1 4s first solo exhibition with the gallery, titled Domestic Concerns.
Moroccan multi-media artist Mounir Fatmi uses Arabic caligraphy in novel ways. In the video work Modern Times: A History of the Machine atmi uses these circular compositions literally as wheels, the parts of a noisy locomotive that hurtles forward relentlessly.
It invests in private equity and real estate with nearly EUR790m of funds under management in 300 small and medium enterprises.
Revenge is a dish best served cold: McDonald's customer smashes up drive-through counter with an axe because his chips were not warm enough Tepid: A customer at a Parisian McDonald's went on an axe rampage after he was apparently left dissatisfied with the temperature of his fries A McDonald's customer was so upset after being served fries that he ... (more)
Paul Gauguin Black Pigs Oil on canvas Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest, Hungary "There are neither carnivores nor reptiles in Tahiti," wrote Paul Gauguin in his journal Noa Noa.
By AzerNews Famous Azerbaijani artist Asmar Narimanbeyova has opened an exhibition titled "Baku, on the Silk Road" at Corrado Bortone art gallery in Paris.
To some people living outside of France, the French seem snobby and rude. To many French people, foreigners seem rude and uncouth in their own way.
U.S. singer-songwriter Bob Dylan performed at “Les Vieilles Charrues” Festival in Carhaix, western France, in July 2012.
A doctor wanders junk-sick through political turmoil in Haiti, hoping to score. An office worker in the World Trade Center instinctively joins an impromptu parade begun impulsively by the cleaning crew sometime before 9 a.m. on Sept.