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What Rafael Nadal's Loss to Tomas Berdych Means for 2015 French Open

Rafael Nadal reached the Australian Open final in each of his last two trips to the event but came up short of that high standard in 2015. He was knocked out of the tournament by Tomas Berdych in the quarterfinals in 6-2, 6-0, 7-6(5)...Show More Summary

KENZO Fall/Winter 2015 Collection – Backstage

A couple days ago we had the pleasure of going backstage during KENZO’s Fall/Winter 2015 Paris Fashion Week presentation. Operating under Carol Lim and Humberto Leon of Opening Ceremony, the French luxury house has continued to separate… The post KENZO Fall/Winter 2015 Collection – Backstage appeared first on Highsnobiety.

Solo exhibition by French artist RERO opens at Fabien Castanier Gallery

4 days agoArts : Artdaily

Fabien Castanier Gallery presents the first show of 2015, a solo exhibition by French artist, RERO. This will be the second solo exhibition for the artist in the United States and at the gallery. RERO presents new work for GATED COMMUNITY?,...Show More Summary

Charlie Hebdo sells out quickly at 2 Chicago newsstands

The French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo, published in the wake of a deadly attack on the weekly's headquarters, went on sale in Chicago and Evanston on Friday morning - and quickly sold. When the Chicago-Main newsstand opened at...Show More Summary

What Roger Federer's Loss to Andreas Seppi Means for French Open

Roger Federer was ousted from the 2015 Australian Open by Andreas Seppi in the third round by a score of 6-4, 7-6, 4-6, 7-6. The loss marks the first time since 2003 he failed to reach the semifinals of the season's first major, raising...Show More Summary

What Caroline Wozniacki's Loss to Victoria Azarenka Means for French Open

Caroline Wozniacki's quest for that elusive first major title will continue after the 24-year-old star was knocked out of the Australian Open by Victoria Azarenka. The Dane was thumped 6-4 6-2 by Azarenka, as noted by Guardian Sport: After ascending to the top of the rankings in 2010, due in part to reaching the finals of the 2009 U.S. Show More Summary

U.S. tennis player vomits on court in Australian Open match, rallies to win

On Day 1 of the Australian Open in Melbourne, the audience got a little more than it bargained for American player Christina McHale, 22, vomited on the court during the intense third set of her battle with French player Stephanie Foretz on Monday. Show More Summary

American-ish Pies: The Very Strange Story of the Grimaldi’s Pizzeria in Shanghai

The grand opening, off Shanghai's French Concession. On a sunny Saturday afternoon late last autumn, just off one of the tree-lined streets of Shanghai's upscale French Concession, a crowd of investors, VIPs, and curious locals milled...Show More Summary

Painting in Normandy: At the dawn of Impressionism opens at the National Gallery of Slovenia

last weekArts : Artdaily

From 15 January to 5 April 2015 the National Gallery of Slovenia hosts the Painting in Normandy: At the dawn of Impressionism. The display showcases 72 works of art by French painters, who created them between 1850 and 1920. Among the paintings are works by Gustav Coubert, Pierre Bonnard, J.-B. Show More Summary

Monographic show devoted to the French artist Bruno Pélassy opens at The Crédac

last weekArts : Artdaily

The Crédac, with the able assistance of Marie Canet, Air de Paris and Pélassy?s family, presents a monographic show devoted to the French artist Bruno Pélassy. Following studies in textile and jewelry design, Pélassy began his art career in the early 1990s, a period marked by the trauma of AIDS. Show More Summary

Introducing Anne et Valentin Eyewear, France

Independent French eyewear brand Anne et Valentin recently opened a fourth standalone store in Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn. The design-y new space parallels its Prince Street location in Manhattan with a similar abundance of grained wood and… The post Introducing Anne et Valentin Eyewear, France appeared first on Selectism.

The Philharmonie de Paris Opens without its Designer Jean Nouvel

The French capital welcomes another beautiful structure to its already impressive number with the opening of The Philharmonie de Paris. Situated in the city’s North-East district, the classic music hall seats 2,400 people and holds 1,800… The post The Philharmonie de Paris Opens without its Designer Jean Nouvel appeared first on Selectism.

Friday Morning Open Thread: Happy News

According to Reuters, Lassana Bathily, the Malian Muslim who risked his own life to hide shoppers during last week’s attack on the Jewish supermarket where he works, will be granted French citizenship in a ceremony on January 20th. And — unless the Wall Street Journal has been punked — the Green Bay Packers share a [Read more...] This space reserved for your ad.

Charlie Hebdo ‘false flag’ nuttiness becoming a real headache for the ‘Libertarian moment’

last weekNews : The Raw Story

Recent events like the attack on the offices of satirical French magazine Charlie Hebdo and Russia’s invasion of Ukraine have opened rifts in the U.S. Libertarian community. Fault-lines are breaking open between conspiracy-minded supporters of U.S. iconoclast Ron Paul and economic and...

Spain to probe Paris gunman Coulibaly's Madrid stay

A Spanish High Court judge has opened a preliminary investigation into French Islamist gunman Amedy Coulibaly's stay in Madrid days before last week's Paris attacks, a judicial source said Thursday. Judge Eloy Velasco will probe theShow More Summary

Sip on Rare Wines While Sailing Through Italy, Croatia & Slovenia This Fall

French wines and the open seas? Sounds like the perfect combination to us. Which is the same sentiment Larry and Laura Martin, founders and owners of Food & Wine Trails, shared when envisioning their... via JustLuxe.com

Jean Nouvel shunning opening of Philharmonie concert hall in Paris

Architect Jean Nouvel said that he won't attend the opening of his new Philharmonie de Paris concert hall in an editorial that he wrote for the French daily Le Monde.

Drama: Nouvel Boycotts Concert Hall Opening, Says It's 'Not Finished'

Photo by Jacques Demarthon/AFP/Getty Images Eight years in the making, French architect Jean Nouvel's brand new concert hall, the Philharmonie de Paris, finally opens tonight. French president François Hollande will be there, but as revealed in a statement Nouvel sent...

French Hall’s Architect Shuns Opening, Calling it Premature

last weekArts : ArtsBeat

Jean Nouvel protests opening of his hall, saying it is not ready yet

French comic Dieudonné M’bala M’bala arrested for Facebook comment supporting killer Amédy Coulibaly

last weekNews : The Raw Story

Dieudonné M’bala M’bala, a controversial French comic who appeared to have praised one of the Islamist killers in last week’s Paris attacks, was taken into custody Wednesday for being an “apologist for terrorism.” Prosecutors opened a case against him Monday after he posted a...

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