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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 
* Free Paris Resource Guide
* Calendar of interesting Paris events
* Private Secrets of Paris Tours
* Monthly Secrets of Paris newsletter
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Calendar of Paris Events

July 22-August 23
The annual Open-Air Cinema Festival takes place Wed-Sun nights at the Parc de la Villette's Triangle Prairie (M° Porte de Pantin), starting at sunset (around 10pm), free entry (deck chair rentals from 7:30pm). This year's haunting and spooky and horrific theme is "Home Cinema" (all films can be downloaded to watch at home from the website), including: Last Days, Beetlejuice, shutter Island, The Shining, Moulin Rouge, the Ghost Writer, and many French and international films (all in VO with French subtitles). 

Through August 23
The 30th annual Fête des Tuileries funfair with carnival rides at Tuileries Gardens starts today, free entry, rides with individual tickets. Plenty of food stands, too!

August 25
Sex & Booze: An Erotic Book Club at The Chamber, a private pop-up cocktail club, where Heather will be moderating a discussion about another controversial work of 18th-century French erotic literature, The Anti-Justine, by Nicolas-Edme Rétif. Special discount on Naughty Paris Guides for Chamber members. From 8pm, nibbles and fabulous cocktails to accompany the cock tales! Limited guest list, tickets €25 (members) or €45 (non-members; get €10 off with the discount code naughtyparis). 

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Entries in music (9)

Friday
May082015

Exclusive Ticket Giveaway for Piaf Show in English

French chanteuse Caroline Nin has been wowing crowds around the world with her bilingual Edith Piaf tribute show, Hymne à Piaf. Now she’s back in Paris to honour the 100th birthday of France’s most famous chanteuse in the intimacy of a unique Parisian 13th century theatre in the Marais district.

 

Breathing new life into legendary  anthems such as La Vie en Rose, Hymne a l’Amour and Padam while captivating audiences with stories in English woven throughout, Caroline Nin’s award winning show has been Voted TripAdvisor’s #3 Best Thing to Do in Paris.

 

Ready to book your seat? Secrets of Paris readers get an exclusive deal of one free ticket for every ticket booked through August 1st. Regular prices are €30 (€25 for seniors).

 

To benefit from this great offer, just email: info@carolinenin.com and say you are from Secrets of Paris. You can also phone the English box office number in Paris on 09 50 13 61 00.

 

Shows in English every Friday and Saturday at the Essaïon Theatre, Rue Pierre au Lard, 4th (behind the Pompidou Centre). Performances start at 7.30pm. Theatre opens at 7pm.

 

 

Wednesday
Mar042015

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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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
Sep212012

Good French Pop with a Silly Name

I'm always trying to find French rock-pop music that doesn't make me want to throw up. But this talented four-man band with the unfortunate name of "Marshmallow" actually made me want to go buy the album.

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Friday
May062011

Free Live Gigs with Paris Undercovers

Updated on Wednesday, May 25, 2011 by Registered CommenterHeather Stimmler-Hall

Looking for an insider's view of the Paris indie music scene? The Paris-based British journalist Mark Thompson of Gigs in Paris talks about his latest project to bring the music to the people, Paris Undercovers.

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Wednesday
Jan192011

Gigs in Paris for February

Guest writer Mark Thompson writes about some of the best upcoming indie and rock music concerts in Paris for the end of January and coming in February, including punk goddess Patti Smith,  French Beatles tribute band The Rabeats, and Concrete Knives.

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