One of the world’s most fascinating sail ships, the Belem, has cast anchor in Port Canto where she will stay over until spring 2021. A rare chance to visit this beauty.
It has been five years since our last visit to Jany Gleize’s sumptuous hotel and Michelin starred restaurant. How have these complicated times treated him and his establishment?
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At a time when audiences are longing to attend a live performance, Ballet Nice Méditerranée has, appropriately, selected a triptych of popular works with which to treat lovers of dance this month
Cadex Herrera is a co-artist behind the iconic memorial mural of George Floyd. Cadex immigrated to the United States from Belize when he was 19. Today at 45, he works as an elementary school behavioural specialist.
This guide will look at small renovations you can do within your Monaco family apartment to optimise it for back-to-school life. Get ready for the new term.
Every year, countless pets are kicked out in the street. Are the French indifferent about their furry companions? And are you interested in one of our featured adoption candidates?
Plunge into the Glittery Past of the French Riviera with Mary S. Lovell’s book on the Château de l’Horizon
The Riviera Set by Mary S. Lovell offers a fascinating glimpse into this glamorous world in the first half of the 20th century.
The times when Ligue pour la Protection des Oiseaux (LPO) mostly watched and catalogued birds have long since gone. Its mission today is to care for all land-based biodiversity.
The 2020 summer programme of the Festival dei Teatri di Pietra (Opera Festival of Stone Theatres) opens in Sicily this week with a production of Mascagni’s Cavalleria Rusticana at the Ancient Theatre of Taormina.
After the preceding season, which was abruptly cut short, the two regional flagship theatres are playing it safe (but not boring)
Carnivores don’t have to die to go to Heaven. Their small slice of paradise is tucked away on the outskirts of Nice
Thierry Surace, director of the popular Théâtre de la Cité in Nice, talks about the dramatic impact - in the short and long run – the lockdown has had on his and other private theatres