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What’s in a name…

Rose has always been a used as a symbol, most often a symbol of the feminine principle, divine love and later, in the 19th and most notably 20th century an important symbol of a fight for women’s rights and anti-authoritarian associations.   It was one of the...

Alexandre Dumas

The legend has it that when his character Porthos died in The Three Musketeer’s final installment - The Vicomte of Bragelonne, the whole Paris knew of it and mourned him as Alexandre Dumas walked the streets of French capital crying “I killed Porthos!”   Parisians watched in...

Angelique

For any avid reader, visiting a city or a country through a book is sometimes the best way to travel. From the comfort of your favorite chair, you can walk the streets your favorite characters walked, dwell in the same places they’ve been, get to...

Hildegard von Bingen

Hildegard von Bingen was a 12thcentury Benedictine abbess, composer, writer, philosopher, mystic, healer.  In a time and in a world dominated by men, she founded the monasteries, composed liturgical drama and songs, wrote botanical, medicinal and theological texts, supervised illuminations and invented a language.   She was...

Women of style – Eleanor of Aquitaine

Beautiful, smart and educated.  A ruler of two countries well versed in the matters of the state. Patron of arts and church. An army leader. Crusader.  A lover. Spouse. Friend. Enemy. Schemer.   She was an epitome of a badass before the word, the notion existed. In...

AMY’S DESCENT TO THE UNDERWORLD (OF PARIS) PART V

After somewhat of a pause, we resume with the adventure of our favorite YA author, Amy Plum, and her courageous venture below the soft belly of Paris. Here goes:   This is Part 5 of my adventures exploring the off-limit catacombs under Paris. Here are Part...

BS in Paris – A Brocante in Marais

After a lengthy pause, mostly caused by some of our staff members traveling to different conferences across the big pond and some other members working like there's no tomorrow, we're back with BS in Paris - this time (yet again) we take the story away...