Weekend Links: Week 28

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It’s a rainy Saturday in Paris – perfect for catching up on some reading. Weekend Links Week 28 is big – it features 25 different articles. Some of my favorites include auction veteran Simon de Pury’s experiences filming Emily In Paris, a great piece on modern French cooking, and a bit on Le Réveillon, the French Christmas Eve (or early Christmas morning) meal. I hope you enjoy!

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Weekend Links: Week 27

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Weekend Links Week 27 features a little bit of everything from Paris’ new soul food to the history of Château de Chenonceau and articles about the current protests going on around France. We also learned on Thursday night that the nationwide curfew will go back into effect starting on December 15th. Read on for more!

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Weekend Links: Week 26

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Weekend Links Week 26 is the first of December and it luckily does contain some festive articles. Get in the spirit with the news of a Christmas Eve concert at Notre Dame and a list of chic holiday gifts from hotel boutiques (including the Ritz Paris). I particularly enjoyed a 20 year old podcast episode titled “Americans in Paris” with David Sedaris as well as photos of how high society Parisians dealt with the pandemic in the 1920’s. I hope you enjoy!

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Weekend Links: Week 25

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Weekend Links Week 25 is here! You can have a virtual dinner date at La Tour d’Argent, read about Macron’s plan to reopen France following the second lockdown, shop French-inspired gift guides, look at two interesting photo series of Paris and France and more.

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Weekend Links: Week 24

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Weekend Links Week 24 is filled with 14 informative and festive (as much as possible in 2020) articles about France. There’s a piece on Nancy Holloway from Messy Nessy Chic, multiple pieces on the state of holiday shopping (and window decor) in France, a 2021 Paris field trip with Veranda magazine, and information on the Angelina opening in New York – which means you can now order Angelina products in the US! I’m also very excited for the Chanel Métiers d’Art show film to come out from Château de Chenonceau in the Loire Valley.

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