Invited by the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation, the American Oscar winner is lauded for decades’ worth of advocacy for environmental issues
The inauguration of the new municipal gallery illustrates the principles of freedom and creation the City of Nice holds so dear
As two of the most exclusive events in the superyacht world, the CYF and MYS make the French Riviera a very exciting place to be in September.
Ballet Nice Méditerranée opens the 2019-2020 season with its traditional open-air production at the city’s Théâtre de Verdure, and this year the work is Cassandra by choreographer Luciano Cannito.
Some lives take a detour from their original destination but fate always seems to find a way to redirect them to where they are meant to be
A generous cheque from the tennis champion has stopped the impending expulsion of the historic Orthodox place of worship
On September 7, an urban and rural festival of collective and individual initiatives with roots in Nice kicks off a global citizen’s eco-movement
I wrote last time about the Museo Bicknell in Bordighera, founded by Clarence Bicknell, one of those unique little-visited spots on the Riviera where you feel transported into another world and another time.
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
Yes, visiting a museum or a gallery is very trendy; but what if it is too hot or too cold for a walk outside, if it’s raining cats and dogs, if you have a leg in plaster, no library, museum or gallery card or simply don't want to leave the house?
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.
This month, Les Ballets de Monte-Carlo will give audiences their first experience of the company’s own staging of Jean-Christophe Maillot’s The Taming of the Shrew.
350 years after the arrest of one of the most mysterious prisoners in history, there were still more legends than facts. Until now...