Every city has a unique history and it contributes to the magic of the location and the people.

After the Louvre Museum, the Musee d’Orsay, is perhaps one of Paris’s most popular museums with visitors. Representing French artists and sculptors’ works produced between 1848 to 1914, this unique collection includes many of the Impressionist masters such as Monet and Renoir, but also the Romantic and Realists, the Nabists, […]

Delving into Musee d’Orsay with Alexandra Bonfante-Warren’s book

So you’ve decided to take French lessons. Maybe you just like the sound of the language or maybe you’ve visited France in the past and been frustrated by not being able to understand what’s being said. Maybe you just want to be able to pronounce ‘bouillabaisse’ when you see it […]

New Year’s Resolution: Learning to Speak French

How many of your heros are French? How many of your favorite movie actors, singers, composers, writers are French? You might be surprised to know how many American heros and celebrities have French fans. In Normandy I met a stamp collector who collected only John F. Kennedy stamps from around […]

Who is your Hero?