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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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Calendar of Paris Events

Book NOW for September 5-6
The American Church of Paris is hosting A Prarie Home Companion radion show with Garrison Keillor for two dates, September 5th at 8pm and September 6th at 4pm. Tickets are €31, book as soon as possible, space is limited.

July 3
My favorite English book store, Abbey Bookshop (29 rue de la pArchiminerie, 5th), is celebrating its 25th anniversary with a street party featuring authors Stephen Clarke (Year in the Merde and his new book Dirtie Bertie) and Heather Stimmler-Hall (with the first new copies of Naughty Paris!) today from 7pm until we run out of sangria. Free entry. RSVP on Facebook.

June 25 -July 29
Les Soldes! The annual summer sales take place this year for five weeks throughout France, primarily in clothing stores, but pretty much everything is on sale now. 

Through August 31
Between the Lines and the Trenches, a very intimate collection of personal letters, notebooks and photos from the trenches, many never published before. At the Museum of Letters and Manuscripts (222 Boulevard Saint-Germain), through August 31st, entry €7.

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Entries in cinema (9)

Friday
Jul052013

Newsletter #128: July 2013

In this Issue:

No June Newsletter
Paris Public Transport News
Summer in Open-Air Paris
Seine Cruises by Electric Boat
Made in France
Paris Pastry Guide Updates
Cycling in Paris
Summer Reading for Francophiles
Exchange Sites and Parties
Pyramid Scheme Coming to Paris
Send Complaints to the Mairie
Help the Pet Refuge 
Protect Your Flat While Away

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Tuesday
Apr302013

Newsletter #126: April 2013

In this Issue:

Free Survival Guide to Versailles
Paris Dining Hits
Paris Drinking Misses
Super Sporty Paris
Spring Pampering
Babysitting at the Cinema
Le Louxor Reopens
Jewelry Classes at the Place Vedôme
Uber Car Service
The Summer Festivals are Coming!
The Latest Shows
Eiffel Tower Construction Delays
Haute Cuisine Etiquette

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Friday
Feb152013

Newsletter #124: February 12, 2013

In this Issue:

Romantic & Sexy Paris
Unique Paris Souvenirs
Popcorn Project
Paris Opera Ticket Exchange
Fun Stuff at Roissy-CDG
For Marie-Antoinette Fans
Events at Les Invalides
eBay Consignment Shops
Louis Vuitton’s Art Gallery
A New Paris Rental Agency
Running in Paris
This Month in Paris

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Wednesday
Jan162013

Newsletter #123: January 4, 2013

French Price Hikes for 2013
A Taste of French Spirits
World Class Organ Recitals
Paris Dining Recommendations
The Real Faces of Paris
Escape Paris on a Budget by Train + Bus
Buy/Sell Concert, Sports and Train Tickets
Music at the French Cinema
Green Paris Shopping & Recycling
Getting in Shape for 2013
Latest Museum Exhibitions
Top January Events

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Friday
Jul082011

Newsletter #108: July 8, 2011

In This Issue:

Summer Reading Suggestions
Vélib' Rentals Now Online

Three Places for a Baguette Sandwich

Rent a car from a Parisian

Tax Deductible Sightseeing
WWOOFing in France
That Green Thing at Hôtel de Ville
Summer Outdoors in Paris
No More Wine with your Paris Picnic?
Cinema Festival and Collector's Market
Day Trips from Paris
 

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Tuesday
Jan112011

French Films...that don't suck: "Les Emotifs Anonymes"

Imagine the film "Chocolat", but replace Johnny Depp and Juliette Binoche with two very charming yet timid characters, and change the atmosphere from a sexy and mysterious love story in a French village, to a quirky and fun romantic comedy set in Paris. Hungry yet?

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