Nemo will never be able to afford any of these restaurants, but if you can, you go right ahead.
Curious as to what late 19th century/early 20th century actually Paris looked like? An exhibition of Eugène Atget’s photographs is on until September 19th at the Henri Cartier-Bresson Foundation.
In June, two stars of the Palais Garnier–Hugo Marchand and Dorthee Gilbert–visited the Necker-Enfants Malades Hospital in Paris as part of the What Dance Can Do project. They danced for the hospitalized children, moving from room to room in glittering costumes.
Disneyland Paris re-opened in June. If that’s your kind of thing. Nemo would rather stick a fork in her eyeball.
When Nemo gets paid, she might consider taking a cooking class at La Cuisine Paris. Croissant & French Pastry Fundamentals would be the class she would take. She’s been surviving on pain au raisins and Mackintosh’s toffees all through the summer.
An entertaining distillation of the page-to-stage of opera Salome.
You will be familiar with the devastating fire that gutted Notre-Dame de Paris in 2019. The cathedral is set to re-open in 2024. Several artists have said they will donate their time and expertise toward the restoration effort. A recent fundraiser raised 6 million Euros!
Park Sae-eun has become the first South Korean “etoile” (star dancer) at the Paris Opera ballet.