The Gaïté Lyrique is an elusive place. Not physically: the building is grand, impressive and situated an easy walk from the centre of town. It is what lies behind the façade that is not easily categorised. For the curious, however, it turns out to be one of the most individual tourist attractions in Paris: a forward-thinking haven of digital culture and modern music, currently welcoming art collective H5’s Hello™ exhibition as well as recent concerts by international groups from Maximo Park to Jagwa Music.
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Entries in Marais (4)
American-born Merce Muse opens a New York style coffee house in the North Marais district. Now you have no excuse for not checking out this increasingly food-happy part of town.
If I had waited around a few minutes longer, I'm sure I could have titled the photo: Paris Bench Fail.
Jo Goldenberg's legendary Jewish deli, once the center of the Parisian Jewish quarter, is now just another clothing shop...