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Google Translate will not help you have stoner sex in Paris

Google this week released an updated version of its Google Translate app, with two major new features. The first lets you point your phone camera at a sign or piece of text and see a translation of it in real-time. The second instantly translates speech into different languages. All you have to do is press the microphone icon on the app’s interface, select the two languages you want to bridge, and speak into the microphone on your device. The app will automatically recognize which of the two languages you’re speaking, and a female voice will repeat it to you in the other language.

As an American who’s been living in Paris for seven years, my life is basically one big language barrier. I’ve chipped away at it over the years, thanks to…

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Please Paris Shoes: The French designer’s debut collection touts unusual materials like patented leather with granite print, faux shearling and velvet

Please Paris Shoes

In the sea of shoes that flood the department stores, boutiques and e-shops, it’s not often that a debut collection grabs ahold of our complete attention like the one from Please Paris did. The recently launched French brand’s statement pieces surprise……

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Interview: OneRepublic’s Ryan Tedder: Catching up with the singer, songwriter and producer at the Paris debut of the 2015 Mercedes B-Class

Interview: OneRepublic's Ryan Tedder

A highlight of our trip to Paris for the Mondial de l’Auto was sitting down with OneRepublic’s frontman—and singer, songwriter and producer for many other celebrated acts—Ryan Tedder at Molitor, the chic reborn swimming club and hotel.

We spoke……

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Paris Photo 2014: Forgotten vintage photographs from the Russian Vkhutemas school to unusual point-of-views by Dirk Braeckman at the annual photography fair

Paris Photo 2014

While Paris Photo—the premier international art fair for photography—is most often associated with its placement within the stunning Grand Palais, which continually dazzles collectors and photography enthusiasts from the world over, this event is……

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Kokoro Restaurant & Salon de Thé, Paris: A Franco-Japanese husband and wife team bring modern Gallic cuisine to the city center

Kokoro Restaurant & Salon de Thé, Paris

by Ananda Pellerin Don’t let the bright yellow sign fool you, Kokoro Restaurant is a sea of calm in Paris’ 5th arrondissement. Beered-up students from the Sorbonne spill out onto the pavement only a block away…

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Le Comptoir General, Paris: Hidden in a Parisian alleyway, an eclectic, living museum invites the curious traveler to immerse themselves in creativity

Le Comptoir General, Paris

by Meghan Sebold For any travel enthusiast, the best venue to visit is often one that requires processing time to absorb the scene—a place that makes you wonder, “What on earth is going on here?” Le…

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Interview: Colin Peter Field of the Hemingway Bar Paris: One of the world’s most celebrated bartenders takes over NYC’s The Mark Hotel

Interview: Colin Peter Field of the Hemingway Bar Paris

Enjoying a well-made cocktail is a sensory experience akin to consuming any other form of art. And yet, because of the ephemeral nature of food and drink, cocktails are often neglected when considering great artistic masterpieces. As such, so are their creators—for the…

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Maison & Objet 2014 with Luka Luna: The Parisian shop’s founder takes us through her highlights from the Paris Design Week event

Maison & Objet 2014 with Luka Luna

by Caroline Kinneberg While design weeks in London and Milan are oftentimes as much about marketing and events as they are showcasing new designs, Paris Design Week is considerably more retail-oriented. This is especially true at its main attraction, Maison & Objet,…

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Street art in Paris by Pejac


A well-renowned street artist, Pejac has an entirely new and creative approach to the usual technique of street art. He recently visited Paris again for leaving his artsy footprint behind the walls of the street with innovative art. The inventive collections of amazing works of street art by Pejac have multiple layers that interact with each other. He works mostly in black and white representing graphics and representations known to all as the bar code, the scarecrow, the world map.

Pejac is also an accomplished painter and illustrator on more traditional surfaces like canvas. Some examples of his street art is mentioned below in the picture:

Here a man is throwing a water-balloon on the wall that splats revealing Manet’s famous “The Luncheon on the Grass.”



This one depicts the silhouettes of two little children that seem to be using a magnifying glass to burn ants. If looked closer, the ants are actually tiny people.



This is born from a crack in the wall that inspired Pejac to paint a surreal-looking door, perhaps leading to the world where the artist’s imagination lives.



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L’Oiseau Blanc Atop The Peninsula Paris: Take in the City of Lights from the historic hotel’s recently renovated rooftop bar and restaurant

L'Oiseau Blanc Atop The Peninsula Paris

Finding quality food and drink in Paris is easy. Pleasing the palate has long been one of the city’s great artistic allures, and a wander in any direction will lead to mouth-watering fare. And yet, there’s no experience quite like …

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