With infections rising, especially among unvaccinated, Paris and Las Vegas take two different approaches to their towers.
After a two-year tryout in the suburbs, a robot pizzeria has opened in Paris, with an assortment of silvery robotic devices flattening dough, adding sauce and toppings, pushing pizzas into the oven and then boxing them up. Pazzi Pizza, whose sign in English says "Come for the Show, Stay for the Pizza" insists it's not just a gimmick; one of the co-founders told TheLocal.fr that “It’s a very fast process, the timing is perfectly controlled and quality is assured because the robots are...
Airbnb has finally accepted responsibility for making sure its listings comply with local laws.
After a year and more away because of the pandemic, musicians and more have returned to their stations in the Metro.
Sixteen years after it abruptly closed, a well-known Paris department store returns, but it's far from its old self.
Paris takes the next steps in its goal of reducing gasoline-powered traffic with paid parking and reduced parking spaces.
While France and public fund drives are paying to restore Notre Dame's structure, the church is raising funds to redecorate and renovate the interior.
Paris is making its sidewalk cafe pandemic extensions a permanent feature.
The Eiffel Tower is re-opening after its longest closure since World War II, but its operator says new money is needed to make up for pandemic losses.
A new director is named at the world's largest art museum; she is moving over from the Musée d'Orsay.
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Paris is considering the next steps in creating a low-traffic center city zone.
After two years of cleanup, stabilization and preparation, the real work of restoration can now begin.
The world's most-visited art museum is offering an invitation to view even more than you can see at the museum.
France continues its tradition of honoring Presidents at cultural institutions by adding the late Pres. Valery Giscard d'Estaing to the Musee d'Orsay.