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Posted on March 20, 2009 by Susie Hollands

Style and substance is in abundance at this Haut-Marais book store, gallery and general epicentre of good taste. With an amazingly curated choice of art, fashion and design books, as well as a small selection of shoes, clothes and bags as well and a more than decent offering of international magazines, this is the quintessential last… Read more

Réseau Tram

Posted on February 10, 2009 by Susie Hollands

Text: Adrian K. Sanders There’s a lot going on outside the périphérique, but it can be hard to know where to go. Some of the most interesting events and contemporary artists in France are either based or from les banlieues. Since 2005, Réseau Tram has organized trips to the greater Ile-de-france area in hopes of revealing and developing the lively… Read more

Pink Flamingo Pizza

Posted on August 1, 2008 by Susie Hollands

Creative flavor combinations, made with delicious super-fresh ingredients and sporting clever names like the Basquiat, the Bjork and the Ghandi, served in a cheerful, kitsch atmosphere. The original location is a stone’s throw from the Canal – offering a terrific take-away service: after ordering, you’re given a pink balloon, then just tie the balloon to… Read more

JM Video – last video shop standing?

Posted on July 30, 2008 by Susie Hollands

Image: Susie Hollands Hark back to a time when your favourite films were not accessible at the click of a button. JM Video has survived (so far!) the internet age and is one of the oldest video (dvd?) shops in the city, offering an amazing collection of hard to find films as well as that copy of… Read more

La Maroquinerie (and other right bank music venues)

Posted on April 22, 2008 by VINGT Editorial

Text: Jayson Harsin  From the vantage point of Pere Lachaise in the 20th, in the closing pages of Balzac’s delicious Pere Goriot, the hero Rastignac looks down into the mudpit of Paris, seething with moneylust threatening to devour the grand monuments and traditions of an overgrown bourg. Refusing to let it tame him, he vows… Read more