Left to live Much of the public rhetoric on the Housing Crisis revolves around ‘greedy developers’ setting prices too high for local people to afford.
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Coco the cock is being taken to court
The Gallic rooster is an eternal symbol of France, but not air stewardesses. His name is Coco and he’s recently made the headlines not only in France
Lottery boost for chapel dedicated to cyclists
Nôtre Dame des Cyclistes in Labastide-d’Armagnac, Landes Republished/Edited from Languedoc Living/ The Connexion Halfway between Bordeaux and the Pyrenees there is a chapel is full of
This weekend for a Roman extravaganza in Nîmes
From May 3rd Friday, Saturday and Sunday, 500 re-enactors from France, Italy, Croatia and Germany meet in the exceptional setting of the Arènes de Nîmes to take
Llama Trekking and Glamping in the beautiful Pays de la Loire
By Susan Keefe Where ever you live in the world news travels fast in small communities. Here in France the same is true, so when
Where did BA actually come from?
A potted history of BA: On August 25, 1919, British Airways’ forerunner company, Aircraft Transport and Travel Limited (AT&T), launched the world’s first daily international
Fulcanelli, the cathedral and the alchemists . . . an extract
It was widely thought that alchemy had been finished off by the Enlightenment and the appearance of modern science in the 18th century until an
The future of office working, cities and sitting
by Richard Pickering WeMRKT Disruptive business models in the real estate sector are highlighting the potential to leverage property assets to create other revenue streams. WeWork
Cake had nothing to do with it. Part 2 of 3
By Richard Covington first published in the Smithsonian Magazine Based in France, Richard Covington writes on culture, history, science and the arts from his home near Versailles. In one
The Great War and Sunday 11/11/11
. . . 1918, on the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month, an armistice, or temporary cessation of hostilities, was declared