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Secrets of Paris by Heather Stimmler - 2w ago
When some Parisian feminists find the social and political scene troublesome or oppressive, they take to the streets - to create art. ..read more
Sure, most of the small shops and restaurants are closed, as well as a majority of museums. But you might be surprised to discover that ..read more
Secrets of Paris by Heather Stimmler - 2M ago
How Do the French Celebrate Christmas? Even though France is a staunchly secular country, Christmas celebrations are still a big deal, ..read more
The 78 original “Secrets of Paris” articles were published between September 1999 and July 2004 on the Suite101.com platform ( ..read more
Not surprisingly, this article could be republished today with 99% of the information unchanged, and all of the movie houses mentioned ..read more
  The French still flock their trees, but that's probably to keep the needles from falling off as it dies, since they still don't put ..read more
What makes me laugh the most reading this shopping article from 20 years ago is how there were so few shops in Paris with websites in 1999 ..read more
Sadly, 20 years after first writing about World AIDS Awareness Day in Paris, educations and activism are still necessary, not just to stop ..read more
Almost twenty years after writing this article, there are more highways and enlarged roads in my hometown (the suburbs of Phoenix, AZ), ..read more
This article from November 1999 really hit the nostalgia buttons for me. The French Francs are long gone, but so are the long waits at La ..read more

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