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Paris Attacks: Give Peace a Chance

World Peace

The killings in Paris are part of a cycle based on erroneous beliefs and assumptions. Now is a time when we can pause and start a new cycle – a cycle of waking up to our oneness with each other, with our Mother Earth and indeed the entire universe. Read More »

Theater Review: ‘Piaf! Le Spectacle’

Piaf, Anne Carrere, Piaf Le Spectacle

Edith Piaf's story is inspiring and triumphant amidst sorrow and loss, all revealed in the autobiographical grandeur of her classic, French songs. Read More »

Interview With Faireset/Parole de Chat, French YouTube Videographer Favorite

The events that have occurred in Paris are heavy on my heart. I was visiting friends there in the fall and it has been very hard reconciling what has occurred recently. This article/interview and any additional articles concerning French subjects are written wishing the best for my friends there and the citizens of France. In anticipation of going to Paris ... Read More »

Theater Review (Paris): ‘La Grande Nouvelle’ Based on Molière’s ‘The Imaginary Invalid’ at La Cartoucherie’s Storm Theater

Perhaps no one better than the French understand how to make Molière's 'The Imaginary Invalid' current and funny. 'La Grande Nouvelle' based on Molière's last play and directed by Philippe Adrien at The Storm Theater in Paris was a delightful mix of innovation and humor. Read More »

Expatriates on Fourth of July in Paris

Expatriate Americans in Paris celebrate Independence Day their way. This is an excerpt from my novel in progress, 'Garden of Ghosts.' Read More »