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Welcome to our news section "Gazette"

The word Gazette embodies many of our attributes: a compelling combination of storytelling, journalism, and context.

Gazzetta was Italian for a 16th-century coin that happened to be the price of the first Venetian newspaper. The French gave the word a Gallic twist in the 17th century as a label for the first newspapers in Paris.
Sep 2020

Immersed in Belle Époque art and elegance

Step into the Henner Museum, in a mansion in what was once Paris’ most chic neighborhood, and fly back in time to late 19th century society and culture.

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Jul 2020

Paris is starting to feel like Paris again, with fewer tourists

After a two-month lockdown in France — one of Europe’s most strict — the infection rate of COVID-19 has been beaten back to the point where the country, and its capital, are truly open again.

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Jul 2020

Bringing the Art of Storytelling From Podcast to Print

No matter how serious the dilemma, “Paris On Air” invites readers to find humor and comfort in the author’s misfortune.

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Jun 2020

How Paris and France are gradually reopening

As restaurants, cafés, bars and hotels start to reopen, so are most monuments and museums.

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