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
Michel Eisenlohr’s photo exhibit at Galerie Lympia in Nice pays tribute to the beauty of Syria and those who built, loved, and protected it over the centuries
At the end of the Brook era at the Théâtre National de Nice, the whimsical artist is leaving behind much more than just fond memories of remarkable theatre shows
In the days following the devastating blaze at the Paris cathedral, swift action has been taken to financially contribute to its reconstruction. PACA is doing its fair share, too.
An adaptation of the iconic fashion designer’s Paris expo “L’Asie rêvée d’Yves St. Laurent” is currently on show at the Musée des Arts Asiatiques in Nice
The quirky city lovingly called “Brizzle” by its locals is home to many a notable resident. One of them: a 9.5 ton bell named George which has its own Twitter account