To raise funds for their compatriots in need, seven artists from the war-beleaguered country present the culture and beauty of their homeland in a breathtaking circus and dance show
A farmer from Togo who chose the tiny Alpine hamlet of La Sagne as his home 15 years ago, cultivates his land just as passionately as he cultivates his love for music – and both to great success.
How do you reinvent yourself from being a senior manager in the luxury goods industry to becoming an artist? We talked to one who dared to take the plunge and has never looked back.
English surrealist artist Richard Saunders and his legendary Russian Blue cat Tolly have been internet favourites for years. Now Tolly finally gets to publish his memoirs...
The Film Capital of the World, itself struck twice by catastrophic deluges in recent years, has pledged prompt financial and practical support for the storm-ravaged West European countries
NASA’s Space-X Crew-2 mission is slated for lift-off on April 22, and the public gets a front row VIP seat. On board: the most popular astronaut since Neil Armstrong...
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.
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?
Charlotte Arnal, a young activist from Aix-en-Provence, is (quite literally) on her way to changing the French Constitution to give animals protected legal status
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