The French-American Cultural Foundation hosted a small gathering to honor the Washington, D.C. visit of General Michel Friedling, the director of France’s Space Command.
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.
“Out of Many, One: Portraits of America’s Immigrants” is a book of paintings and stories by President George W. Bush. One of the featured stories is about Florent Groberg of France.
On June 1, 1961, President John Fitzgerald Kennedy and his wife Jacqueline “Jackie” Kennedy visited the Palace of Versailles. It was the first official visit by an American head of state since Woodrow Wilson in 1919.
Recent podcast topics have included fashion, international cooperation in space, the Michelin Guide, and the Notre-Dame fire.
Last month, members of the French-American Cultural Foundation team had the opportunity to tour the Museum of the American Revolution in Philadelphia.
135 years after “Liberty Enlightening the World” was unveiled on Liberty Island, another Statue of Liberty is set to cross the Atlantic.
In keeping with the passionate philanthropic community in Dallas, which has a long tradition of being dedicated to the arts, the Dallas Museum of Art (DMA) hosts the invaluable Wendy and Emery Reves Collection.
To commemorate the 75th anniversary of D-Day, William Adair installed a golden door on Omaha Beach on the Normandy coast of Northern France.
Roland Garros, also known as the French Open, is currently underway in Paris. Here are five facts about this annual grand slam tennis event that you may not know.