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Posted on August 5, 2009 by Susie Hollands

A “hole in the wall” Ethiopian restaurant in the 11th arrondissement with some outstanding flavors. The main course is served on a single large plate whether you order one or several dishes. Try the Yebeug Tebses (grilled lamb), Ketffo (Ethiopian steak tartar), and Dorow Key Wot (spicy chicken) accompanied with grilled pepper and onion cooked… 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

The Centre Musical Fleury-Goutte d’Or-Barbara

Posted on April 13, 2008 by Susie Hollands

The Centre musical Fleury-Goutte d’Or-Barbara aims to accompany artists, and schedule, coordinate and broadcast slam, rock, pop, reggae, rap, funk, R&B, gospel, electronic music, popular French music and blues.  With a surface area of 1,500 m2, the centre boasts a recording studio, a concert hall and seven rehearsal studios. It welcomes young musicians, both amateurs… Read more

Guignol: A Classic French Puppet Show

Posted on September 3, 2007 by VINGT Editorial

Words: Pamela Price  “Guignol, Guignol, Guignol, Guignol!!!” My ears ring with the sounds of children screaming French comments at the puppet characters on stage. No this is not a nightmare, it’s the adventures of babysitting in Paris. It’s nothing to complain about when you’re sitting on a playground bench in the Jardin du Luxembourg, soaking… Read more

Parc de la Villette

Posted on August 15, 2007 by Susie Hollands

Image: Martyn Davis In the Parc de la Villette, which was the site of Paris’ old abattoir, you’ll find a multitude of things to do.  The area was part of a local urban regeneration plan and is now a successful, vibrant destination for Parisians and visitors. Aside from the enormous park, one of the only… Read more