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!

France Imposes Nightly Curfew, Delay Reopening Cultural Venues

Laurent Grasso Confronts our Post-Anthropocene World at Musée d’Orsay

Pandemic Silver Lining: Empty Paris Hotel Shelters the Homeless

France’s Treatment of Its Muslim Citizens Is the True Measure of Its Republican Values

Paris Enjoys Brexit Bonus with Estimated 3,517 Extra Finance Jobs

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Triplex in Paris / Bertina Minel Architecture

Balmain to Present Pre-Fall 2021 Through Paris Flagship Windows

Break Dancing Will Be an Official Sport in 2024

The New Soul Food of Paris

Paris Halves Street Parking and Asks Residents What They Want To Do with the Space

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Paris Sees Second Weekend of Protests, Violence Over Controversial Security Law

Doors Open But Nearly Empty, French Cathedrals Count Cost of Epidemic

Jane Birkin Defends Late Lover Serge Gainsbourg Against Claims He was the ‘Weinstein of Songs’

The Beguiling History of the Castle Where Chanel Held This Year’s Metier d’Arts Show

French Man Bequeaths Money to Cats Who Live in Museum Basement in Russia

I hope you enjoyed week 27 of Weekend Links! I’d love to hear which articles about France were your favorites. Feel free to send me an email or leave a comment below. Bon week-end à tous et à toutes!

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