High-performance sport for persons with disabilities is about more than just a personal challenge – it is one of the best ways to fight for inclusion and against discrimination.
The death of Toni Morrison, one of the most influential contemporary authors, leaves a tremendous vacuum not only in world literature but in society as a whole
Between the coastal towns and the picturesque pre-Provençal hills, local museums offer a delightful mix of world class expos and accessible “fun” shows
The French-Italian border region has traditionally been a haven for travelers, artists and nobility. A number of top notch exhibitions between Tende and Nice are testimony to this.
350 years after the arrest of one of the most mysterious prisoners in history, there were still more legends than facts. Until now...
A rare find of 17 amphorae from the 3rd century BCE at a depth of twenty metres excites marine archaeologists and shipwreck aficionados alike
After four years in the making, the latest addition to the Oceanographic Museum has been unveiled several weeks ago much to the delight of visitors and sea turtles alike
Clément Althaus, musician extraordinaire, doesn’t just stop at making music. He is a storyteller and a juggler of baroque-cum-dance floor sounds.
After having been closed for 20 years due to serious degradation, one of the city’s cultural jewels now shines in a new light