It’s unusual for Paris Match to devote a whole page to a recipe, but then this is an unusual story: how news of a dish shot around the world. Continue Reading »

Next year, a 19.2m euro, 3-year renovation will begin at the Cité du Livre: what is planned and what will happen to those famous books (see photo)? Continue Reading »

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Easter Sunday Mass was celebrated at ‘La grotte de Sainte-Baume’ at the weekend to formally re-open the cave of Saint Mary Magdalene after its being closed for 10 months’ work. Continue Reading »

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The Cézanne / Kandinsky show at Les Baux has had its opening date postponed again. Continue Reading »

Now that the long-plannned Musée Picasso will no longer be moving into the old College des Precheurs building, the town council has put it up for sale on the open market.  And opposition parties are asking for details of the terms and conditions of the sale. Continue Reading »

Arles on TV

Caesar’s head was in the Rhone

…tonight.  Just discovered that Le Tresor du Rhone is on France 5 at 20:50.  Continue Reading »

Free Daily Concert


…is all yours from Aix’s Festival de Paques which takes place annually at the Grand Theatre de Provence and other venues in town.  Every evening at 20:30, from Saturday 27th March to 21st April.  An Easter treat!

Programme here: https://festivalpaques.com/en

High drama in Arles on Tuesday during a photo-shoot at the Roman Arena when three bulls got seriously spooked. Continue Reading »