Stephanie Dray is a bestselling author of historical women’s fiction. Her latest book, The Women of Chateau Lafayette, is based on the true story of an extraordinary castle in the heart of France and the remarkable women bound by its legacy.
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Audrey Chapuis is a native Austinite and has lived in Paris since 2014. She is the Director of the American Library in Paris.
Byrne Murphy has dedicated the last 30 years to transplanting three concepts from the United States to Europe, namely outlet centers, data centers, and private residence clubs.
Jim Bittermann is CNN’s Senior International Correspondent based in Paris.
Lee and Berna Huebner serve on the Board of Directors of the Center for the Study of International Communications in Paris. They recently shared their thoughts with us on French-American culture and relations.
Chloé Bensahel is a textile artist who blends performance, traditional craft and multimedia to create large-scale installations that highlight the relationship between language and identity.
Richard McGinnis was born and raised in Ohio. Now a long-time resident of Paris and a naturalized French citizen for over 20 years, he has just retired from 26 years as the Director of the French office of Leading Hotels of the World.
85% of people recently interviewed for Vingt Questions, our series on the best of French and American culture, answered champagne when asked to name their favorite French extravagance.
To mark President Washington’s birthday, we asked Douglas Bradburn, President and CEO of George Washington’s Mount Vernon, to share his thoughts on what he treasures about the history and culture of our two countries.
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.