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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 
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* Private Tours
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Calendar of Paris Events

April 17-26
A comedic and "disrespectful" take on the classic movie Casablanca titled Casablanca: The Gin joint cut takes the stage at Théâtre Déjazet, 41 boulevard du Temple, 75003 Paris for 11 shows next month. With a small cast of only three, this is the play's first appearance in France. Buy tickets online.

May 4
From 8:15 to 11 PM, enjoy the Once Upon a Table dinner at 59, Rue du Cardinal Lemoine, 75005 Paris. For only €130, you have the chance to eat a five course French meal, drink local wine and immerse yourself in Paris' stellar food culture. Register on the website.

Through June 15
Comic book fans, take heed! New exhibit Superheroes: the Art of Alex Ross at the Mona Bismarck American Center for Art & Culture brings to us the work of a groundbreaking comic book artist, who has worked on the likes of Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman. Wednesday to Sunday, 11 AM-6 PM at 34 avenue du New York, Paris 75116. 

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Entries in charity (12)

Saturday
Aug062011

Newsletter #109: August 6, 2011

In this issue:

Do-Gooder Shopping Fix #1: Retro Glasses
Free Museums This Sunday
Paris Airport Lounges
Do-Gooder Shopping Fix #2: Books & CDs
Restaurants Open in August
Paris Beach Atmosphere
Buy Your Tickets Now for Fall Shows
Get Someone Else to Pay Your Parking Tix
Back in the USA: Heather's Fall Tour
The Secrets of Chantilly & Disneyland Paris
FDR Metro Station gets a Face Lift

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Tuesday
Feb222011

Are the French Less Charitable than Americans? 

If you look at the stats, it seems Americans are far more generous than the French. According to the 2010 World Giving Index, France ranked 91 in charitable giving out of 153 countries surveyed, far behind the #5-ranked USA (Australia and New Zealand tied for first).

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Saturday
Nov062010

November 7 Benefit Concert & Art Auction

A big merci to everyone who came to the charity event last night. This year we raised a total of $4100 for non-profits that give solar lights to families in Kenya and Tanzania that do not have electricity. This really transforms lives!

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Friday
Oct082010

Charity Benefit Concert

Mark your calendars for the upcoming charity concert and auction Lights from the City of Light, November 7th, aboard the Six-Huit Péniche (below Notre Dame on the Seine). All proceeds go to charities that provide solar lights to poor families in Africa.

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Friday
Apr032009

Volunteer Opportunities

Looking for ways to get involved or give back to the community here in Paris? Check out the updated links in the Make a Difference section.

Sunday
Nov302008

Secrets of Paris Newsletter #87: November 30, 2008

IN THIS ISSUE: * Win Crazy Horse Tickets This Tuesday at WH Smith Paris * Dining Reviews: Japanese Noodles, Cheap Breakfast, and a Typical French Bistro * Expat Health Insurance Recommendation * Grand Reopening of the Forum des Images at Les Halles * Holiday Gifts from the Paris M├ętro * Holiday Bottles of Bubbly (and Water) * Paris for the Armchair Traveler * Christmas Markets in Paris * Giving Back at the Holidays * Secrets of Paris Tour Special for Newsletter Readers * A Bit of Paris in San Francisco...

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