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4 hrs ago | International Business Times

Eva Mendes and Ryan Gosling Become Parents Of A Baby Girl -- Reports

Director Ryan Gosling poses on the red carpet as he arrives for the screening of the film "Lost River" in competition for the category "Un Certain Regard" at the 67th Cannes Film Festival in Cannes May 20, 2014. Citing confirmation from multiple sources, Us Weekly is reporting that Mendes, 40, and Gosling, 33, welcomed their daughter on Friday, Sept.


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18 hrs ago | KQED

Smart Travels - Europe With Rudy Maxa

This series delivers the best of what Europe has to offer, featuring hassle-free ways of traveling to great destinations and discovering Europe's vitality and character. It also teaches the necessities of traveling smart as Maxa adds a touch of luxury to the day-to-day journeys of discovery.


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23 hrs ago | The Japan Times

Pignon: bistro dining by different rules

Guacamole and merguez sausages on the menu, salsa and bossa nova on the sound system and not a check tablecloth in sight: Pignon is a far cry from the average bistro. But then again, owner-chef Rimpei Yoshikawa is anything but a typical Tokyo French chef.


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Mon Sep 15, 2014


Air France Cancels Flight From Yerevan To Paris Over Employee Strike

AIR FRANCE CANCELS FLIGHT FROM YEREVAN TO PARIS OVER EMPLOYEE STRIKE Passengers wait at the domestic check-in desk of the Air France airline company at Marseille airport, in Marignane,southern France. © AP Photo/ Claude Paris 20:59 15/09/2014 Related News Simultaneous Strikes of Major Airlines to Cause Travel Chaos in Europe Air France Pilot Strike Set to Cause Millions In Loses, Affect Thousands of Passengers Air France Flights to Be Cancelled as Pilots Strike YEREVAN, September 15 - Air France airline has cancelled the Tuesday flight from Yerevan to Paris over an employee strike, the company's office in Yerevan said Monday.


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West Australian

Air France strike sparks travel chaos

French flag carrier Air France was set to scrap at least half its flights on Monday as pilots began a strike against the company's plan to develop its low-cost subsidiary. Several passengers were stranded as the week-long strike kicked off, sparking outrage among weary travellers such as Jean-Marc Ragot, who arrived from Nairobi to Paris to find his connecting flight to the eastern French city of Lyon cancelled.


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Sun Sep 14, 2014

In Paris Now

A New Forest Begins

In the last few weeks, Paris has opened access to the first forest ever to be planted within the city itself. Covering a narrow strip less than half a kilometre long, and currently home to mere saplings, will it ever feel like a wild woodland? After visiting the transiant landscape of this creation in progress in 2013 , I was curious to see what the final result would be.


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Sat Sep 13, 2014

Detroit News

St. Tropez has charm enough to attract 6 million visitors a year

The old fishing port of St. Tropez, France, is one of many tourist destinations to be found there, including museums, chateaus, cafes, markets and boutique shops. St. Tropez, France - The sexy, sunny siren of the Cote d'Azur, St. Tropez, has been luring men to the French Riviera long before Brigitte Bardot made it a jet-set touchstone with the 1956 film 'And God Created Woman.'


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The New Zealand Herald

Our year in France

In May 2011, I moved to France with my husband and three daughters aged 8, 6 and 3. Michael, Isabella, Madeleine, Francesca and I had no real plan, we simply wanted to experience an OE together as a family somewhere in Europe at a time when work and school made it possible. We arrived in the Languedoc-Roussillon region in the southeast of France with a long list of things to do.


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Darien News-Review

Darien writer to discuss debut

Darien author Kristen Harnisch will discuss her debut novel, "The Vintner's Daughter," at the Darien Community Association next Friday. The novel, set in 1895, tells the story of 17-year-old Sara Thibault and her dream to follow in her father's footsteps as master winemaker at the family's Loire Valley vineyard.


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Fri Sep 12, 2014

European River Cruises To Honor WWI

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Sanctions Keep Russia's Elite Away From French Riviera Vacation Breaks

For years, Nice Cote d'Azur airport received a steady stream of wealthy Russians touching down in corporate jets on their way to holiday homes on the French Riviera. As the Ukraine crisis deepens, that's begun to change.


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Thu Sep 11, 2014

The Fairfield Ledger

Chronicling my European adventure

My youngest sister, Mary, caught a travel bug when she was in college. This led her to study abroad in Indonesia and Malaysia, and ultimately to land an English teaching job after college in Spain.


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River Cruising for your honeymoon

Your honeymoon is the ultimate getaway from months of planning your dream wedding and a celebration of the new life you are beginning. Choosing what type of honeymoon you will enjoy is very important.


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Bordeaux, Accelerated: Identifying A Cuvee Of Entrepreneurs

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Hospitality Net

Chef Alain Ducasse to Be Inducted Into Hospitality Industry Hall of Honor

University of Houston Conrad N. Hilton College of Hotel and Restaurant Management 229 C. N. Hilton Hotel and College Houston, TX 77204-3028 United States Tollfree: 1 - 800 - HILTONS Visit Website Alain Ducasse, one of the world's most decorated chefs, will be inducted into the Hospitality Industry Hall of Honor this year at the University of Houston's Conrad N. Hilton College of Hotel and Restaurant Management. The Hall of Honor, which is housed at Hilton College, was created in 1995 to recognize industry leaders who have made extraordinary contributions to American and international business and society.


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Wed Sep 10, 2014

New Rochelle Talk

Downtown New Rochelle artist is attempting to raise $15,000 to paint another substantial mural

Patrick Bancel a local artist is attempting to raise $15,000 to paint a substantial mural on the walls of a Centre Avenue building . He will not be able to do this; partially by the absence of funding, but also by timing if the funding isn't in place in the next several days.


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Versailles- la premi re partie et deuxi me partie

THE year 2004 was my first visit to Chateau de Versailles, a UNESCO World Heritage Site inscribed in 1979. It was the few days into spring but the crisp, cold air of winter was still blowing.


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French Bollore, Renault-Nissan Seek Spark for Electric Vehicles

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Tue Sep 09, 2014

Automotive News

Renault will build Bollore's electric Bluecars

The companies will also carry out a feasibility study for Renault to develop and build a new three-seater electric vehicle equipped with Bollore's batteries to be sold to consumers, companies and municipalities. Under the agreement Renault will build Bluecar electric vehicles at its Dieppe plant in northwest France for the Bollore Group's car-sharing program.


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Lindley dad Mark Cliffe celebrates after being named top fundraiser in Scumrun race

Casey's Crew who are taking part in this year's Scumrun across Europe: Richard Cliffe, John Cliffe and Mike Storey John Cliffe, 36, together with his father Richard and friend Mark Storey took part in the famous Scumrun earlier this year. The four-day race sees 100 cars travel across Europe.


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