Cur Non? Le Blog
It was the heroes of the American Revolution, American and French alike, who fed Peter’s young imagination and ultimately led him to a career in international affairs — a career that also serendipitously afforded him an opportunity to pursue interests in French history and culture.
“Ze French Do It Better: A Lifestyle Guide” is a witty insider guide to life in France. The book was recently reviewed for Bonjour Paris.
One of the many things that France and the United States have in common is that February is a very popular time for a ski trip.
Jardin Majorelle is a popular destination for tourists visiting Morocco. But did you know there’s a French-American connection to this historic property?
Montaigne Revisited: A Theatrical Reading of “Sortir de l’Enfer” by Paul Eckert in Washington, D.C. on 3/6/20
On Friday, March 6, 2020, the Alliance Française in Washington D.C. will present a theatrical reading of “Sortir de l’Enfer” (Get Out of Hell) by Paul Eckert. 16th century France comes to light in a 21st century play that “demonstrates tolerance is the universal foundation of life.”
William Adair founded Gold Leaf Studios in Washington, D.C. He is an internationally recognized authority on frame fabrication, conservation, gilding, and large-scale architectural gilding. William shared his favorite things about France and the United States for this installment of Vingt Questions.