French Commune

Visit Montreal for its big city vibe and French flair

After being deprived of travel for the past 17 months, we finally boarded an Air Canada jet and regained our joie de vivre in Montreal. This return to travel is as much a spiritual awakening as the logistics of flights, hotels, activities, tours, meals and drinks. Fitz & Follwell guide Daniel Bromberg walks past Mono Soureil’s Secret Garden mural on ...

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The worst recipe for “cooking with Paris”: I made unicorns

To truly commune with Paris Hilton and better understand her show, I wanted to cook with what far stood out as her worst recipe. Photo: Netflix Here’s a list of words the 40-year-old human with a Paris Hilton cooking show doesn’t know. Or – and this is more likely – a list of words she claims not to know on ...

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Full list of Netflix ‘Gone for Good’ cast: meet Finnegan Oldfield and more from the French thriller

Netflix is ​​expanding its international catalog with the release of a captivating French mini-series called “Gone for Good”. The series revolves around a man named Guillaume Lucchesi facing the tragic loss of his loved ones and trying to lead a normal life. Ten years later, he has the chance to live his life to the fullest and feels that there ...

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The next generation of French hikers turn to outdoor micro-adventures

With thousands of trails across the country, walking and hiking have always been a popular pastime in France. Since the Covid-19 and the confinement, a new generation of young hikers take the country lanes, fleeing the closed spaces of the city. The French Hiking Federation, FFRandonée, estimates that there are around 18 million regular walkers in France. The choice of ...

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Rwandan man suspected of killing French Catholic priest is said to have met Pope Francis in 2016 | Catholic National Register

A Rwandan who reportedly surrendered to police after the murder of a priest in western France on Monday met Pope Francis in 2016, French Catholic media reported. The suspect, identified by the media as Emmanuel Abayisenga, 40, is also the main suspect of a criminal fire on Nantes Cathedral, in northwestern France, in July 2020. The murder victim was named ...

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STEPHEN BAYLEY Gives Verdict on Resurrection of Iconic Mini Moke’s New Design

The Mini Moke – an antique that in its day never quite performed as expected, only sold in modest numbers, and hasn’t been produced for nearly half a century – needs to be revived. What does this resurrection tell us? “Icon” is an abused term, but not in this case: few artifacts better express the values ​​of their age. However, ...

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What Happens With Bloodthirsty Locusts?

While fans of the horror film genre love to see shocking things, Swarm takes scary stories to a whole new level. The French-language film (original title The Cloud) debuted on Netflix on August 6, and the 101-minute tale will make you uncomfortable – and, maybe, itch a little bit. The plot revolves around Virginie Hébrard (Suliane Brahim), a single mother ...

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New book by Erica Abeel: La Commune

The Municipality ADELAIDE BOOKS is proud to present Erica Abeel’s latest book: La Commune Her current novel The Commune is a comedy and key novel satire that takes us inside the Hamptons commune populated by the newly liberated women present at the founding of the 1970 Women’s March for Equality. The pioneer feminists of the Commune can speak, but find ...

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With the Montclar solar farm, Voltalia continues to

With the Montclar solar farm, Voltalia continues to innovate Voltalia (Euronext Paris, ISIN code: FR0011995588), an international player in renewable energiesYes, is positioned in the realization of innovative photovoltaic solar power plants with the Montclar park project, a ground-based power plant in a mountainous landscape, located in the Alpes-de-Haute-Provence, in the southern region of France. Voltalia won the national call ...

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Discover the all-new Renault Master

In September 1980, in the French town of Batilly, the first Renault Master was launched with the 2.5 L Fiat-Sofim diesel engine. Distinctively designed with a sliding door design and rare round door handles, the van had a spacious cargo area, height, and longer wheelbases for medium to heavy haul. Sooner than expected, Renault Master has become the best friend ...

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