To celebrate its 10th anniversary (unbelievable!), Les Allées Provencales have a programme of free workshops each afternoon this week, 14-19:00hrs. Continue Reading »
The detailed routes for the 2014 Tour de France are now online and as suspected it won’t be coming anywhere near Aix this time; we can’t complain though having had such a grandstand view last year. But there will be Continue Reading »
Vulgaire! was one tart comment in the Visitors’ Book; ’50 nuances de gris en photographie’ complained another visitor. And, exploring the exhibition ‘Lucien Clergue…a corps et ame’, I wasn’t surprised at these reactions.
Clergue has taken photos of naked women usually in a state of self-induced excitement Continue Reading »
Breton Delphine has two hot-plates from which she produces a never-ending stream of savoury galettes and sweet crepes.
It’s a very Continue Reading »
It looks as though we are in for two rainy days over Easter. A good time to hibernate with an enjoyable book - the Book In Bar English Book Club has published its choices for April and May.
The Reluctant Fundamentalist is a page-turner which can be read in one session. It tells of the radicalisation of a young Muslim high-flyer in New York. To be discussed on Thursday April 24th at 17:30.
The book for May Continue Reading »
…the Tyrannosaurus of Trets and the interior of the Hotel Boyer d’Eguilles as the Muséum d’histoire naturelle closes on 22nd April.
The museum has been Continue Reading »