As a non-French speaking expat in Paris there is much I feel alienated from within the rich and expansive French culture. There are certain aspects of French civilization that require an extensive understanding of the […]
The ‘Préfecture de police’ announced on Wednesday, November 18 the ban on public demonstrations in Ile-de-France until November 22 at midnight. This applies in all the departments of Île-de-France.
Started in 2010 by Joshua Smith, an American entrepreneur from Virginia living in Paris since 2004, How to Shape Human Behavior offers free lessons in critical thinking and human behavior modification. It is full of […]
Dear Readers, Every month we strive to publish articles and interviews to help you settle into life here in Paris. In general these cover success stories from fellow expats, family issues, health advice and even entertainment … But at the moment we […]
Dear friends and faithful audience members, After the events of November 13, we thought to suspend our performances in deference to our fellow villagers of Paris. However, as Samuel Beckett said, “To find a form […]
In 1990 husband and wife team, Jean-Noël and Mathilde Castanet, came up with an idea that would cater for the growing number of dissatisfied Americans who were having trouble finding US products in Paris. The […]
Cyclo-Café Paris, a group activity combining gastronomy, culture and Paris for up to 16 participants has arrived! Located in the 7th arrondissement, this novel concept brings together the sights, sounds and tastes of Paris for […]
The Marché de Noël (Christmas Market) is held annually at the ACP. This day-long event is organized by ACP’s Mission Outreach Committee, and all proceeds from ACP tables benefit mission ministries. The 2015 Marché de […]