Paris, an International, Multicultural Mecca
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Wednesday, March 16, 2005
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Dear Parler Paris Reader,
If you haven’t noticed, Paris is wildly campaigning to be chosen for the 2012 Olympic games. The message is EVERYWHERE. Banners are on thousands of lampposts. Bridges, quais, buildings and monuments are lit in Olympic colors. People are wearing lapel pins “Paris 2012″ and the news coverage is endless. It’s a heated race to the July 6th finish when the members of the International Olympic Committee will vote to determine which city (London, Madrid, Moscow, New York or Paris) will host the 2012 Olympic Games.
It will be a great honor for Paris as well as an economic victory, for hosting the Games would mean seeing 42,000 lasting jobs created and an increase in GDP of EUR 35 billion over a seven-year period. Property investors with rental apartments are seeing Euro signs in their horizons.
Paris is a likely choice as an international Mecca, a multicultural hodgepodge as complex as a Bayeux tapestry. Since taking the plunge to live in France, I have been fascinated with the differences between our cultures (American and French) as well as among the others.
Living in Europe, you are surrounded by peoples as unalike as one might imagine with only their interwoven histories in common. It allows Europeans to have a natural and greater understanding of different languages, customs, physical attributes and cultural and political ideas. It’s easy for a westerner such as myself to see Europe as one big blob, especially now that the European Union exists with one currency and one constitution, but trust me, it’s not. The French are no more like the Germans than the Italians are like the British. And we’re not like any of them.
Friday opens the 25th Annual Salon du Livre, a six-day event at the exhibition Hall 1 at Porte de Versailles, this year honoring Russian literature. Two thousand authors and illustrators are taking part in the fair’s numerous booksigning sessions with more than 1,200 publishers coming from near and far to promote every sort of book from poetry to comic strips, detective stories to essays and in this special case…cultural crossings! The fair is devoting a special section for Cosmopolivres, to represent its international standing with more than 300 publishers coming to introduce the literature from more than 25 countries.
That’s why Ruth Mastron and Gilles Asselin have come to town — authors of “Au Contraire: Figuring Out the French,” one of the finest intercultural perspectives on the bookshelf today. The first edition was in English and is now out in a French version. Ruth has delighted the audiences at two past Living in France Conferences (Washington, DC and New Orleans) with her intercultural crossings perspectives and is planning on opening our upcoming Working and Living in France Conference here in Paris May 20 – 22. She and Gilles are featured at a few events around town this week, so now’s your chance to satisfy your intercultural curiosity:
For those wanting an even-deeper understanding, Monday, March 21st, The French-American Foundation and France-Amériques is sponsoring a 5-hour seminar from 3 to 8 p.m. titled “Genesis of Revolutions: The Twin Births of Republican Nations.” “The seminar seeks to shed light on an aspect of the French and American revolutions that is not frequently studied, namely the intellectual and political interaction of American and French revolutionaries, in order to highlight the mutual influence of
And for those who wish to support the city’s effort to host the 2012 Olympic Games, be sure to visit the official site at
A la prochaine…
P.S. I look forward to seeing many of you Saturday morning at Parler Parlor French-English Conversation Group for conversation in French and English and then a celebration of its 7th Anniversary with a party open to all you wanting to mix and mingle while enjoing lunch of Soup, Salad and Cake. (Scroll down for more details or visit http://www.parlerparlor.com/) Special note:
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The American University of Paris” WhiteMask Theater Group presents…
The Improfessionals”: Impro à la carte
Patient: I seem to be perfectly alright, but there is this hunger deep
Come along to our next show and pick games and themes for the scenes
Les 7 Lézards 10 rue des Rosiers, 75004
Ticket price: 10 Euros / 8 Euros (tarif réduit)
A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM by William Shakespeare
Mondays at 8 p.m.
Tickets still available for:
Mondays and Thursdays at 8 p.m.
Tickets: 40 Euros, 30 Euros, and 20 Euros (Reduced/groups 10 or more: 15 Euros) By reservation only: phone 01.48.28.09.26 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
For further information and to become a sponsor, visit our Web site http://www.oneworldactors.com
La Compagnie Lester McNutt presents: TREEMONISHA by Scott Joplin Opera
Théâtre Darius Milhaud 80, Allée Darius Milhaud, 75019 Paris Métro:
Dubbed the “King of Ragtime” by his music publisher, Scott Joplin
The story of a young woman who defies the facts of her social and
The New York Times praised Treemonisha as gently imbued with ragtime,
The International Players present:
THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE April 14th, 15th, and 16th at 8:30 p.m.
Salle des Fêtes Quai Voltaire, 78230 Le Pecq
MOVING PARTS Play Readings Carr’s Pub and Restaurant
Always on Sundays, always at 7:30 p.m.
Plays in English:
March 20 Mary Bruton-Sandifer “Hunting Season” (2nd reading)
Plays in French:
April 3 Romain Bisseret “Mariage d’Amis”
Contact Stephanie Campion at 06.14.67.18.58 to book a reading of YOUR play. June 2005 onwards dates available.
New Music Association concert: Aldridge Hansberry Ensemble
Saturday,March 19, 8:30 p.m.
Les Frigos 19, rue des Frigos (originally at 91 quai de la Gare/ quai
The Paris Choral Society will be performing:
April 3 at 5:00, April 5th 8:30
Tickets: 15 Euros or 10 Euros for students at the door or at FRAC/Virgin
RENCONTRE AU MUSÉE DAPPER
Wednesday March 30 6:30 p.m.
Signing of his latest work: Le goût des villes de l’Inde
MUSÉE DAPPER 35, rue Paul Valéry 75116
The French-American Hour Drinks and Conversation
Authors Gilles Asselin and Ruth Mastron will present their book “Au
10 Euros members, 15 Euros non-members, 20 Euros at the Door
Salon du Livre de Paris 2005
ALESIAN LITERARY SALON By Toby Brothers
Starting this week- To the Lighthouse
Starting next week- Great Gatsby/Catcher in the Rye-
Starting next week- To the Lighthouse
To sign up: reply to this email or visit the Salon website:
The Tuesday night GG/Catcher Salon has 7
To sign up: if you have already attended a Salon, you may simply drop me a note (via the Web site
Village Voice, 6 rue Princesse, 75006
On the occasion of the publication of ‘I Remember King Kong’ (The Boxer) You are invited to meet the author DENIS HIRSON.
March 17, 7 p.m. Paris celebrates Volume 4 of VAN GOGH’S EAR!
+ LIVE MUSIC. FOOD and REFRESHMENTS. Free. MELANGERIE, 9 Rue Jean de Beauvais, 75005
IVY Writers presents:
March 22, 7:30 p.m.
For further information: http://www.ivyparis.com
March 23, 7 p.m.
The Red Wheelbarrow Bookstore and Upstairs at Duroc invite you to:
March 29, 7 p.m.
Ex-pat Poet, Jennifer K Dick, launches her first collection, FLUORESCENCE, winner of the 2004 Contemporary poetry prize from University of Georgia Press. Jennifer, previous editor of Upstairs at Duroc, WICE instructor, teaches at the university of Marne-la-Vallee and for Oxbridge Summer Programs. Recent work appears in The criminals’ Closet (anthology, nth postion press, UK), Colorado Review, TITF, Volt, Aufgabe, UADuroc, etc. She hopes you will join her for this event and then for dinner at a nearby spot after!
March 31, 7 p.m. Village Voice, 6 rue Princesse, 75006
The poet and essayist Kenneth White will read and sign books
Call for American Poets in Paris. Find a home for your poetry in the Café Review’s upcoming American Poets in Paris issue. The Cafe Review is a quarterly journal of poetry, art, reviews and interviews published in Portland, Maine.
1. Poets must be Americans with a substantive Parisian experience either current or in the past. Poems must have been written after or during the poet’s Paris experiences but they do not have to be about the Expat experience. We are looking for work that has been filtered through the alembic of the Parisian experience.
To find out more about The Cafe Review ask for us at stores like Shakespeare and Co. or visit us at: http://www.thecafereview.com
AMERICAN POLITICAL COMIC at SHAKESPEARE and CO, PARIS
Reading of “Whinings of a Malcontent, ” a play in one act written and performed by American stand-up comic, Rick Ashton (AandE Network, Comedy Central).
“Whinings” is full of sex, death, politics, religion- (you know, a comedy!) set deep within Bush-occupied America. It was censored in Sacramento, California, do to it’s political content. Scheduled to open August 6, 2004, just blocks from Governor Schwarzenegger’s mansion, the theatre owner backed-out during production, citing his “right-wing republican audiences wouldn’t get it for fear of accepting the truth.”
Ashton hosted an award-winning radio show in Boulder, Colorado. He has
PARLER PARIS APRES-MIDI /parlerparis/apresmidi.html
Next Meeting: April 12th, 2005 and Every Second Tuesday of the Month 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
This is your opportunity to meet every month, often with local professionals who can answer your Working and Living in France questions. You are invited to come for drinks and share your questions and comments about what it takes to create a life here, own property and enjoy what France has to offer. It is also an opportunity to network with other Parler Paris readers.
Upstairs at La Pierre du Marais
PARIS NETWORKING COCKTAIL
MAKE CONTACTS FOR BUSINESS, CAREER OPPORTUNITIES, SELF-DEVELOPMENT. Bring lots of Business Cards to exchange with
Guest speaker every Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. Cocktail Buffet. Make contacts for business, career opportunities, self-development Bring lots of Business Cards to exchange with others. You must bring a card.
(Interested in being a guest speaker? Contact Patricia)
Wednesday March 16 – 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.
Our guest speaker will be:
Ellen Kountz International Banker
In her early childhood, Ellen developed a quiet interest in France
She spent her junior year from the Wharton School of Business in
As a graduating senior of Wharton, Ellen sought employment in Paris.
In 1995, Ellen returned to Paris and joined a French bank, the CIC
Currently, Ellen is an international marketing officer at CDC IXIS
Ellen Kountz Laupa holds a Bachelor of Science in Economics from The
Wednesday March 23 at 6:30 p.m.
Paris Network Cocktail Featuring Samantha Hutchinson, President of PDA Worldwide Inc (And A Graphic Designer): “Practical Tips On Building A Business.”
PARTICIPATION: 15 Euros in an envelope and lots of business cards.
BUFFET: GOOD WINE. FUN CANAPES. AFTER THE TALK, PASTA OF THE DAY FOR THOSE WHO WANT TO STAY.
CONFIRMED RESERVATIONS ARE NECESSARY.
Thanks for reserving via return email! If you don’t receive an email
PARIS SOIREES DINNERS EVERY SUNDAY AT 6:30 p.m.
Patricia Laplante-Collins has international dinner parties on the Ile St-Louis. There is always a Guest speaker, perhaps a Writer, Actor, Historian — you name it, Patricia hosts them all. Patricia is proud to have a 21st Century Parisian Salon. Our mission is to simply enlarge our circle of acquaintances in a safe and stimulating atmosphere while promoting Cultural Achievement, The New Age and Paris Personalities. And we have fun! We are THE gathering place for the International Community of Paris. Enjoy! Discuss! Meet new and interesting people.
CROSS CULTURAL RELATIONSHIPS: MYTHS AND REALITY.
Paris Soirées Dinner Featuring Cross Cultural Specialists Ruth Mastron And Gilles Asselin, Authors of “Au Contraire: Figuring Out the French”
Gilles Asselin is president and founder of SoCoCo Intercultural. His international business experience includes France, Africa and the United States. In addition to being a French Certified Public Accountant and audit manager, he spent three years in French-Speaking Africa, working with the French Peace Corps in Cameroon and then conducting an organizational development assignment in the Congo. In January of 1990, he took on a new academic adventure and moved to Wisconsin where he earned a Master’s Degree in Business Administration and a Master of Science Degree in Industrial Psychology. After completing his research project on the mea
ning and importance of work among French and American workers, Gilles Asselin opted for the field of intercultural communication. He specializes in business relations and Community Building (CB) and has since been designing and teaching training programs for employees of international companies and CB interventions for diverse groups or communities.
Ruth Mastron is vice-president of SoCoCo Intercultural. She first developed her intercultural skills while studying and working in England and France. Her senior research project was an ethnographic study of proverbs relating to food and cooking in the Gascon culture in Southwestern France Following five years in France, she moved back to the United States and started designing and teaching corporate French language and culture programs. In addition, prior to joining SoCoCo Intercultural, she has held various positions within American subsidiaries of foreign companies and became the liaison for their overseas international operations department.
Ruth Mastron and Gilles Asselin are the authors of “Au Contraire: Figuring Out the French.”
Future Paris Soirées Dinners:
Sunday March 27 (Easter) at 6:30 p.m.
BUFFET: GOOD WINE. INTERNATIONAL CUISINE. CONFIRMED RESERVATIONS ARE NECESSARY.
Thanks for reserving via return email! If you don’t receive an email
27 Years of Dinner Chez Jim Haynes
Jim’s atelier becomes a salon every Sunday night where about 70 people from all over the world meet, dine, drink and enjoy themselves. Telephone on Saturday or Sunday for your invitation, directions and the door code.
Have your portrait painted by American Portrait Artist, Kathy Burke
Make your health and fitness dreams a reality.
Contact Wendy 06.31.17.46.45
Galerie Anne Vignial Presents: j2999eph Caspari
March 17- May 21
53, rue Charlot 75003
Cooking Classes with Christian Constant
The next three scheduled “classes decuisine” will be on:
Monday’s: April 4, May 9, & June 6
April in Paris, isn’t only a fantastic song, it’s also the title of
Spring is the season of lamb and a whole selection of beautiful
Our classes try to be informal and chatty, full of useful tips and
We begin the morning at 9h30 with coffee and croissants, spend approximately
If you would like to reserve a place, please respond by email giving
Alternatively you may reserve by telephone on +33 1 45 55 15 05 or
Restaurant Le Violon d’Ingres
Arts nord sud Paris present American artists:
Roy Camblin La France en Images
Vernissage March 4th, 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Please join us for our last salon at the rue Keller address this
Parler Parlor French-English Conversation Group
Celebrating our 7th Year in Paris March 17th, 2005
SOUP AND SALAD ANNIVERSARY PARTY MARCH 19TH AT EUROCENTRES
Join us at the Parler Parlor conversation group in Paris France for free-form
SPECIAL CLOSING: EASTER WEEKEND, SATURday, MARCH 26TH,
Parlor Times — 3 Times A Week In Two Locations
Berlitz Opera – Tuesdays 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. 38 Avenue de l”Opéra
At Eurocentres – Wednesdays 2:30 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. and Saturdays 11
2005 is the YEAR OF LANGUAGES!
FRENCH-AMERICAN FOUNDATION – FRANCE-AMERIQUES
French-American Histories: Recalling the Strategic Importance of a
Title: “Genesis of Revolutions: the Twin Births of Republican
Seminar: Opening seminar
Location: France-Améiques, 9 avenue Franklin D. Roosevelt 75008
The seminar will seek to shed light on an aspect of the French and
The second part of the seminar will broaden the discussion and examine
Axel Poniatowski, député et président du groupe d’amitié franco-
Advanced Writing Workshop-Creative Renewal
Three sessions for Advanced Writers in English in Paris with Kathleen Spivack
These workshops offer a protected time to concentrate intensively on your ongoing writing projects, move them along a bit, and write your head off! Exquisite attention and support for your writing process. Places are extremely limited. Please telephone me in advance to discuss your project and whether this workshop might be right for you. The workshops are professional-and enjoyable! Phone: 01.43.35.10.88
Price: 55 Euros per session (50 Euros per session for former attendees and with early enrollment) Continued professional discussion over (optional) lunch afterward.
*Individual private intensive coaching is also available for serious advanced writers who are working toward publication.
Kathleen Spivack is the author of many books of prose and poetry (Doubleday, Graywolf, etc.). Nominated for a Pulitzer Prize, she has held NEA, PSA, Bunting, Howard, and numerous other prizes and fellowships; and has been published in over 300 magazines and anthologies (The New Yorker, Poetry, The Paris Review, The Atlantic Monthly, Kenyon, Esquire, Antioch, Agni, Virginia Quarterly, Harvard Review, etc.). Cited by the National Writers” Union as an outstanding writing coach, she teaches throughout the United States and France. Kathleen Spivack’s clients are her best advertisement. They win major prizes and publish widely: NEA, Pitt, Yale, Troubadour, Eugene O”Neil, Prometheus, PSA, Alice James, Bunting, Howard, Ohio, Ragdale, Chicago, Texas, Stanford, St. Martins, Cleveland, Graywolf, Workworks, Rutgers, Viking/Penguin, Simon and Schuster, Knopf, Little Brown, and others. Some are performance artists, songwriters, play and screen writers, choreographers. They staff literary magazines, bookstores, universities, major writers” conferences, communication media (print, television, cinema, radio, and theatre), and publishing houses. Tel: 01.43.35.10.88
Drawing classes (portrait/life model)
Would you like to learn or improve your drawing skills? Award-winning art director and artist Brett Petrie is holding a weekend intensive portrait/life model drawing class – taught in English – on March 5-6, 2005. The course will provide a relaxed, constructive atmosphere, with practical techniques and ideas that can help break down the barriers to improving drawing skills. Beginners and more accomplished artists are welcome. Class size limited to 15. Fee includes materials and model fees. Call Brett on 01 42 33 76 71 for more details, a brochure (with samples of his own art) by email, and to reserve your place.
IS RELIGION THE FUTURE OF POLITICS?
The American Library in Paris pr
American Library in Paris 10 Rue du Général Camou, 75007
For more information, please call 01 53 59 12 60 or e-mail email@example.com
Wine seminars with David Witter
Designed to introduce students to the fundamentals of oenology. Class size is limited to encourage informal discussion and exchange of personal observations. Grape varieties within major and less well known wine growing areas of France are discussed and wines from them are tasted and evaluated in a structured manner.
Details of each seminar will be posted on my web site several days before each class. I select the wines from those most recently available in Paris. And a wine salon is coming in early April (Porte de Champerret), so I’m holding off till then. For more information see the website for Vignerons Indépendants de France, http://www.vigneron-independant.com
Upon the Equinox
We are in the final few days of the astrological year, as the Sun
These developments are likely to come with changes on two orders of
The other are significant changes in the news, including turning
Where do the two orders of reality meet? When are the events of the
Happy Birthday, Aries!
When the Sun makes its ingress into Aries in a few days, officially
Eric Francis is a Paris-based investigative reporter and astrologer.
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AMERICAN WOMEN’S GROUP
For over 50 years, The American Women’s Group has provided social and cultural events for English speaking women. Classes, tours and gatherings offer an opportunity for English speakers in Paris to experience and appreciate the many wonderful things France has to offer while making friends and having fun. Join us today!
Membership in the American Women’s Group is open to all English speaking women. You must be a member to participate in events. Partial year memberships are available.
A few of the MARCH opportunities:
A few of the APRIL opportunities:
4th Musée Picasso
The AMERICAN LIBRARY IN PARIS Presents Evenings With An Expert…
Tuesdays at 8:00 p.m. Evenings With An Expert are free and open to the public. No reservations necessary. Just show up.
APRIL 19. “Killer of the Modern World: The Mortality Effect of Climate Change (A Case Study of the 2003 Canicule).” The expert is Magali Barbieri, a Paris-based researcher at the Institut national d’études démographiques.
MAY 24. “The European Union.” How is it governed now, what would the proposed constitution change, and how is the ratification process going to unfold? The expert is Peter Linton, the Brussels-based Europe Chairman of BKSH (the worldwide government relations division of Burson-Marsteller).
JUNE 14. “EU Competition Law.” What are the rules, what are the grey areas, what are the battles, and how does all of that affect us? The expert is Pierre Kirch, Paris- and Brussels-based head of the EU law/competition law practice group of Paul Hastings Janofsky and Walker.
American Library in Paris
Seminar Series on Children and Mental Health at the American Library in Paris.
e is a complete inversion, a rupture with childhood itself, even if puberty is still a part of growing up. Changes are physical, psychological and social. The significance and the duration of these changes explain the turmoil for the adolescent, who finds himself on the one hand wanting to embrace this transformation, and, on the other, afraid of what will result from it.
Come hear an expert discuss psychological problems parents can expect, as well as how to determine if these problems are “abnormal, ” so that outside advice should be obtained.
Dr. Braconnier is a practicing psychiatrist who teaches at the University of Paris VI, the Ecole des Psychologues Praticiens, and is Director of the Centre de Santé Mentale Philippe Paumelle.
LECTURE IN FRENCH; QUESTIONS IN BOTH LANGUAGES. FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.
For further information, contact
The American Library in Paris, 10 rue du Général Camou, 75007 Paris, 01. 53.59.12. 60 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
HABITAT FOR HUMANITY PROJECT. Gala dinner: Saturday, April 9th, 7:30 p.m.
The American Church in Paris is teaming up with two French Protestant churches in Ile-de-France to send 20 volunteers to Beius, Romania to build a Habitat for Humanity house. To raise funds for building materials and help defray the costs of the trip, we are organizing a gala dinner at the Marriott Champs-Elysées on Saturday, April 9th, at 7:30 pm.The Marriott is helping sponsor this dinner, consisting of an aperitif and three-course meal with wine and coffee. The evening’s entertainment will include special guest speaker, Adrian Ciorna, Executive Director of Habitat for Humanity Romania, actress Peggy Smithhart, music, and more.
Tickets are 100 Euros, and all contributions are tax-deductible in France. To purchase a ticket or make a donation, please contact Stephanie Gober at email@example.com. Tickets will also be on sale at the American Church in Paris (65 quai d’Orsay, 75007 Paris) on Sunday mornings in March.
The Bay Area Francophile List is a weekly calendar of cultural events of interest to Francophones and Francophiles of the Bay Area, offering information on cinema, art, theater, music, conversation groups, classes, etc. and servicing the entire San Francisco Bay Area.
This week’s Bay Area Francophile List has been posted at
Gay Pride Parade June 25
Venetian Carnival in Paris
Decision for the Olympics
On 6 July 2005, the members of the International Olympic Committee
RATP Olympic Tickets
The RATP is selling single metro/bus/tram tickets stamped with the
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