Well-acted but ultimately predictable "princess for a day" tween fantasy.
This beauty of an animated film treads where other "kid's" movies dare not, skillfully touching on dark themes.
Serial killer used tumult of Nazi-occupied Paris to mask his string of murders.
"Be true to yourself, maintain your integrity and do not let others throw you," says Soley.
David McCullough's new book will appeal to a wider audience than either historians or Francophiles.
Sarah cannot go beyond the pale, in this case locked doors of Vel' D'Hiv and posted guards, but you can.
Those lips, those eyes - Lee Miller and Man Ray were artists, lovers, equals.
The next time you visit Paris, Peu, mais bien (Do less, but do it well.)
The gritty photos and rhythmic page layouts of Love on the Left Bank will transport you to 1956.
Nigerian songstress redefines the concept of beauty with her stunning sophomore album, Beautiful Imperfection.