Invited by the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation, the American Oscar winner is lauded for decades’ worth of advocacy for environmental issues
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
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
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.
La Bocca’s flagship company has kicked off its jubilee year with an open air expo covering nine decades of aerospatial progress
Animal abandon and abuse run rampant in France. Luckily there are great animal welfare organisations and activists that help restore faith in humans.
While Black French humorist Donel Jack’sman deflects a vile insult from a spectator in mid-show with grace, the depth of racism running rampant in Nice is exposed
The new 1,100 metre viaduct to replace the section of the A10 motorway which collapsed without warning in August, is a masterpiece of functionality, aesthetics, and symbolism
This holiday season, the Principality’s Grimaldi Forum transforms itself into a builder’s paradise, one LEGO® brick at a time
Again this year Ane Fogtdal hosted Mothers of Africa at a lovely cocktail evening in the sumptuous Salon Theatre inside the Metropole Hotel, Monte Carlo.
Quite by accident, English surrealist artist Richard Saunders has created an internet phenomenon for lovers of cats and photography alike
When Emmanuel Macron met the Pope in the Vatican last week, the two had plenty to talk about, starting with the current migration crisis which is casting deep divisions among European countries.
Swiss-French filmmaker Raphaëlle Régnier’s touching documentary about the discreet artist’s musical and literary poetry premiers in Paris on June 14