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About Secrets of Paris

American-born travel journalist and guidebook author Heather Stimmler-Hall created the Secrets of Paris in 1999 to share the hidden side of the City of Light. Discover what you've been missing:

* Custom Travel Content 
* Free Paris Resource Guide
* Calendar of interesting Paris events
* Christmas in Paris Tours
* Monthly Secrets of Paris newsletter
* Secrets of Paris Videos

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Calendar of Paris Events

November 7-15
The 40th annual Salon Marjolaine, the largest organic fair in Paris, takes place this week at the Parc Floral (Bois de Vincennes) with 550 stands selling everything organic you could imagine: produce, meats, cheeses, artisan oils, wines, essential oils, herbs, teas, cosmetics, beauty products, household cleaning products, clothing, shoes, accessories, home decor, books, gardening supplies, as well as stands for environmental tourism, different green activist groups such as Greenpeace, etc.

November 12 - Seattle
Heather will be at Seattle's Paris Eastside cooking school and French boutique for the November Sip & Meet event with copies of Naughty Paris for a special price of just $27 (cover price $39). From 6-8pm, wine and nibbles, €5/person. Come say hello if you're in the area!

November 18-22
Shopping for some supplies for your creative projects? Head down to the Paris Expo Porte de Versailles for the annual Création & Savoir Faire show. Scrapboooking, knitting, gardening, baking, sewing, crafts, and decorating ideas for the holidays. Entrance €13-15, €22 for the two-day pass, open 9:30am-6:30pm (until 9:30pm Friday).  

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Newsletter #151: April 2015

In this Issue:
* Where to Get Parisian Garden Chairs
* Best Baguettes in Paris
* New Discount Paris Airport Bus
* Three Reasons to get to BnF
* Museum Expos for History Addicts
* Visit a Stained Glass Artisan
* Where to Get a Quick Parisian Updo
* Free Student Housing with Seniors 
* Puces getting Posh
* Houseplant SOS
* French Visas for Millennials 
* Suburban Kids Helping the Homeless 
* Share Your Paris Apartment with Heather 
* Paris Travel Planning

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Newsletter #150

In this Issue:
* Heather’s Book Tour
* Where Did February Go
* Paris Travel Planning
* Discount Train Tickets
* Recommended Reading for March
* Dine with the Locals
* Paris Dining News
* Paris Nightlife
* Tech Help for Smartphones & Tablets
* Shopping for Photographic Prints
* Innovative Smoke Detectors
* French Knives
* March Events

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Newsletter #149: January 9, 2015

In this Issue:

* I am Charlie
* Heather’s US Tour
* Plan Your Vacation without Going Crazy
* Travel Beyond Paris
* Prices Hikes in Metro, Post, Parking
* I Was Wrong: Don't Vandalize
* Anti-Café WiFi Lounges
* Recycled Moving Boxes
* Paris in the Press
* Secrets of Paris News & Calendar

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Newsletter #148: December 6, 2014

In this Issue:

* Naughty Paris Holiday Events
* Heather’s US Tour
* Paris for Christmas and New Year’s Eve
* Visit the Biggest Food Market 
* Local Craft Beer Breweries
* Sainte Chapelle & Conciergerie Tickets 
* Calendar of Strikes & Marches
* Eat, Drink and Sleep near Gare du Nord 
* Get Your Guilt-Free Christmas Trees
* For your Home Improvement Projects 
* Look Mom, I’m in the NY Times


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Newsletter #147: October 31, 2014

In this issue:

* Toussaint - Day of the Dead
* Three Ways to Get Around
* Vintage Photos and Posters
* Coloring Paris
* Recommended Books
* Museum & Exhibit News
* Pass for Municipal Museums
* France in Videos
* France in the Press: Good, Bad and Ugly
* Secrets of Paris News & Calendar
* Farewell Pedro & Lena

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Newsletter #146: September 10, 2014

In this Issue:
* Tours of My Neighborhood
* Call it Street Art, SVP
* Things Grow Here
* Get Off Your Butt
* What Happened in Paris
* What Heather Ate
* Collaborative Economy Gets Trendy
* Secrets of Paris News & Calendar 

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