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The diaspora runs deep. This article explores the stories of three overseas Filipinx workers living in Paris ...
March 28 2019
Putting up with the intoxicating waltz of a cheesy and stormy love story staged in Paris post-attacks
March 04 2019
We take a walk in the high heels of three drag artists in Paris. The number of Parisian drag queens has ...
March 13 2019
3 years in Paris gave me the French habit of complaining. My favorite thing to moan about: the hopeless state of Indian food in the city.
February 13 2019
Kicking off the series Desensitization to Black Suffering; an interview with Nick Conrad, a Parisian rapper whose art is so controversial, the Prime ...
February 15 2019

Paris: Out with the Old, In with the New

In Paris, two worlds collide: one, an aging and conservative population, the other, a raucous and creative generation. After the 2015 attacks, the older generation has turned inward while the younger crowd has looked outward. They are exploring the world and bringing back the best it has to offer. Paris is not the open air museum it used to be. It is not the Eiffel Tower or the Louvre. If you spend your time there, you’ll miss out on the real Paris. The Paris unfolding right now. The art exhibitions in the Marais. The clubs along the Austerlitz wharf. The new bar in the Faubourg Saint-Denis. The restaurant terrace in the Republique. Don’t just go to Paris, live Paris.