At the end of its 20th anniversary jubilee year, Bastide St. Antoine in Grasse looks back in appreciation and goes forward with unbridled joy.
What started out as a practical university project, is set to become a new annual celebration of Niçois culinary culture while supporting charity
How do Marco Polo, Romeo and Giulietta, Donizetti, and Carlo Boso get to share a playbill? Frédéric Rey has the secret.
With the movie and F1 thoroughbreds leaving the Côte d’Azur, their equine counterparts are taking up residence for some very prestigious show jumping events
On May 17, Syria.Art and the City of Nice join forces to feature the remarkable work of Syrian videographers and photo artists
The good news: one of France’s coolest companies has its HQ on the Côte d’Azur. The even better news: they are hiring international staff.
Renato Giuliani’s adaptation of the timeless Italian Poem of the 14th century shows that today’s world is not so different from the one 700 years ago
The Cannes Film Festival celebrates its 70th anniversary, and Nice complements the festivities with a cornucopia of cult movies from 1946 through today
After Matisse and the Prom, it is the famous École de Nice’s turn to star in the city’s biannual celebration of all things arts and culture
“Mort Aux Vaches” - a slightly injurious French expression turns into a hymn for rebellion, love, and friendship
The Indigènes signature is the gold standard of history docu-fiction, as the Parisian filmmakers’ newest release proves yet again
Jean Cocteau’s great passion for Mediterranean culture takes center stage at a remarkable temporary exhibit in Menton