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…..starting with the wild Sirocco wind that roared through the south of France on Friday.  Here in Aix, it brought down two branches in the little Place Saint-Honoré (up Cours Mirabeau, left before Café le Grillon, just along from Etam…)  Incredibly, they hit (more…)

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Local museums with interesting locations can really benefit from their space, now that the warm weather is here and the days are long. (more…)

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‘Bibemus’, Paul Cézanne’s oil painting of one of his favourite motifs, the quarries outside Aix, is back in town for the first time since it was painted in 1895.  It can be seen at the Hotel Caumont Centre d’Art, along with 5 other of his oils. (more…)

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The next series  of IAU lectures begins Wednesday, June 12, 6:30pm. “Defending Liberal Democracy: Macron & Merkl versus Savini & Orban” is the subject being tackled by Professor David Coombes of IAU College.  Click here for the next six topics running June-early July: lectures summer 19  Stimulating, central….and free!

IAU College Main Hall

2bis rue du Bon Pasteur

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This weekend, all across the region, vineyards are welcoming visitors with their picnics, to sample their wines.  They provide tables and chairs, animations and/or guided tours. Reservations needed. https://www.vigneron-independant.com/

Enjoy the holiday weekend!

 

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There’s a new installation nearing completion on the Digue du Large – that’s the long breakwater/jetty which stretches out from MuCEM across the docks area at La Joliette. (more…)

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