Monthly Archives: February 2011

It’s Manhattan! It’s Paris! It’s an Homage (That’s French!)

So many of my French friends have experienced total coup de foudre when they first visit New York. It resonates as being one of the only American cities that approaches the idea of being an international metropolis in a way … Continue reading

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100 Year Old French Mansion Finally Reopens its Doors

In a deliciously overdramatic attempt to preserve his memory for future generations, Frenchman Louis Mantin, who passed away in 1905, asked that his beautiful townhouse be opened to the public in the form of a museum 100 years after his … Continue reading

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