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Stade de France reopens for first time since Paris attacks

PARIS (Reuters) - Under tight security and in the presence of French President Francois Hollande, the Stade de France opened its gates on Saturday for the first time since the stadium was targeted in the deadly attacks which struck Paris in November.

4 Reasons French is Easy to Learn

Speaking French can transform your life and open you up to a whole new culture, and many wonderful friendships. So I can completely understand why you’d to learn how to speak French. However, I’ve heard from a lot of readers who are struggling with learning French. Show More Summary

French Open 2016: Early Predictions Post-Australian Open

As soon as the 2016 Australian Open ended, post-Grand Slam withdrawal began. The gap between the Australian Open and the French Open is the longest non-Slam stretch in every calendar year. Of course, it's too early to make sound predictions...Show More Summary

France, Cuba Open ‘New Page’ in Bilateral Ties - Hollande

According to the French president, France and Cuba open "new page" in bilateral relations.

Renault looks to China for growth

French automaker Renault moves to tap into a major vehicle market with a new factory in China. ||| Paris - French car giant Renault opened its first car factory in China on Monday, the last major manufacturer to set up a plant in the country as it looks to tap into the world's biggest auto market. Show More Summary

Australian Open 2016: French Open Predictions After Men, Women's Finals Results

With the 2016 Australian Open in the books, the focus of the tennis world will soon start shifting to the 2016 French Open, which begins May 22. Novak Djokovic won the men's singles title in Melbourne, Australia, while Angelique Kerber...Show More Summary

What Andy Murray's Loss to Novak Djokovic Means for French Open 2016

Andy Murray's Australian Open dream was once again ended by Novak Djokovic in Sunday's final. The hard-working Brit fell to his longtime rival, who stroked his way to a 6-1, 7-5, 7-6 victory in front of the Melbourne crowd. Murray, 28, had been considered a co-favorite with Djokovic in the pre-tournament buildup. Show More Summary

What Serena Williams' Loss to Angelique Kerber Means for French Open 2016

After winning three Grand Slams in 2015, Serena Williams looked to start 2016 in similar fashion, but she was shockingly upended by Angelique Kerber 4-6, 6-3, 4-6 in the final at the Australian Open on Saturday. Serena fell short ofShow More Summary

Chabrier's Star in the ascendant

Lost already? You're in a sort of French Monty Python with very good music, coming up fast at Covent Garden. Chabrier's L'Étoile opens Monday. Had lovely chats with director Mariame Clément and conductor Sir Mark Elder for a short and sweet feature in today's Independent. Show More Summary

Postscript: Jacques Rivette

Jacques Rivette, who died today, at the age of eighty-seven, was both the most open and the most reticent of French filmmakers. Of his openness, I had the good fortune of personal experience—I interviewed him in 2001 by cold-calling him. Show More Summary

Whether it’s Angouleme or the Oscars, credibility wanes if diversity does

AFTER THE debacle in which judges saw fit to nominate no women, Angoulême moves on even as it opens up.The esteemed international comics festival begins today as it joyously takes over the French town for which it’s named. And the Festival...Show More Summary

Rita Ora's Topless Lui Cover Is Totally Scandalous And Very NSFW

As Rita Ora would say, "R.I.P. to the girl you used to see... "  The British singer bares all on the latest issue of French Magazine Lui, shot by infamously icky photographer Terry Richardson.  Clad in a black leather skirt, open denim T-shirt and little else, Ora flashes a bright smile at the camera with her signature red lips. Show More Summary

Paris, Tehran Open New Chapter in Bilateral Relations - Hollande

French President Francois Hollande said that some 30 deals between France and Iran in various spheres were signed during Iranian President Hassan Rouhani’s visit.

Home of the Day: A ground-up makeover in Highland Park

This 1920s two-story in Highland Park underwent a ground-up renovation and features dark wood floors, skylights and a modern kitchen with a tiled backsplash and wide center island. Oversize French doors open to a covered patio and an adjacent shed-turned-creative studio. Location: 5204 Miriam St.,...

What Roger Federer's Loss to Novak Djokovic Means for French Open 2016

The Australian Open has historically been one of Roger Federer's best Grand Slam tournaments, and the 34-year-old Swiss star made another deep run in Melbourne before ultimately falling in the semifinals on Thursday. Federer will surely...Show More Summary

First Look: Buvette

Adding to the small amount of French eateries in Canberra, Buvette has become Hotel Realm’s latest culinary establishment. The bistro opened its doors at the start of December last year, and showcases exquisite French classics with the finest local produce. The space, (which has taken over what was once Mavi, and Konoba) has a dark, [...]

Rare video: Lang Lang at 10 years old

This 1992 French documentary has come to light. ‘I was not a very open person when I was a kid. I was kind of shy and not really connected to people.’

Feral Chickens of Ybor City (Open Thread)

Yesterday, I met my sister at a bar in Ybor City to watch the first half of the early football game. Ybor City is sort of like Tampa’s version of New Orleans’ French Quarter, except smaller and with a Cuban rather than Creole influence — plus lots of cigars. As I was strolling past a […]

Never Mind The Sex Pistols: Exhibition of photographs by Pierre Benain opens at Snap Galleries

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Snap Galleries present a collection of post-Pistols-pre-PIL-period photographs taken in London by Paris-based photographer Pierre Benain. From the early age of seventeen, Pierre Benain had been writing and photographing for French music magazine Rock & Folk. Show More Summary

VIDEO=> GUN DRAWN on Calais “Refugees” and Leftists After Attack on French Locals

Leftists, Communists, Open Borders radicals protested Sunday in Calais. The mob then stormed a British Ferry docked at the port.... The post VIDEO=> GUN DRAWN on Calais “Refugees” and Leftists After Attack on French Locals appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.

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