#Paris

Travel | Travel

Twenty Years Ago, I Ran Away to Paris. This Is What It Was Like to Return. | Travel Leisure

A writer revisits the city she first discovered at 19, and finds it still rich with memories of her younger self.

Sports | Cycling

Rapha Rides - Paris

Paris, join us to unlock your city this October for Rapha Rides, a celebration of cycling around the world. Sign up for the rides and events that you’d like to…

Miscellaneous | Interesting Links

Colette, Paris Fashion Destination, Is to Close in December

For 20 years, Colette Roussaux and her daughter, Sarah Andelman, have catered to those with an aesthetic lifestyle, selling clothing, music, art and design.

News | News

Paris rejected Israeli software which could have stopped attack

Report claims anti-Israel boycott movement stopped France buying technology which could have prevented massacre.

News | International News

Egyptair MS804 debris spotted in Mediterranean

Greek officials confirm to NBC News that the first sign of debris from Egyptair flight MS804, which disappeared en route from Paris to Cairo with 66 people aboard, has been found about 130 miles south of the Greek island of Karpathos. Greek military radar

Visual Arts | Photography

Rare Color Photos Of Paris Taken 100 Years Ago | Bored Panda

Tired of the endless series of black and white photos that were popular in the day, French banker Albert Kahn decided to do something about it. In 1909, he

News | News

Paris attack suspect Salah Abdeslam shot in Brussels and captured alive | Daily Mail Online

Salah Abdeslam was shot in the leg by police commandos and has been captured alive in the district of Molenbeek in the Belgian capital.

History | History

Hemingway’s Paris, Seen Through the Eyes of His Last Assistant

Valerie Hemingway, who later married the novelist’s son, gives an intimate tour of the cafes and other Lost Generation haunts immortalized in A Moveable Feast.​

News | News

Menorahs in France to Shed Light During State of Emergency
Public Lightings to Continue, Despite Terror Attacks

Chabad Houses across Paris and its suburban environs are preparing for outdoor public Chanukah menorah-lightings just weeks after terror attacks killed more than 120 people throughout the city.

Miscellaneous | Random shit

If We Ban Commuters From Doing This, You'll Get Home Faster

Horrible car-free days could mean more buses in the future.

News | Jewish Community

Paris police tell Chabad not to light Hanukkah candles in public spaces - The Times of Israel

Miri Michaeli, Europe correspondent for Israel’s Channel 10 news, tweets a troubling report from Paris. The tweet reads, in Hebrew: “Chabad: Paris police order [us] to cancel most of our public [Hanukkah] candlelighting in the city, in light of the terror attack and the fear of additional attacks..."

News | News

10 Things To Know About The U.N. Climate Talks In Paris

Leaders from around the world are converging on Paris for the 2015 U.N. Climate Change Conference. Listen to our special coverage to find out what you should know and what's at stake.

Politics | The Hall of Idiots

Climate protesters trash memorial for terror victims in Paris twitchy.com

Climate protesters trash memorial for terror victims in Paris

Miscellaneous | Interesting Links

Ringleader of Paris attacks planned more strikes, mocked open borders

The ringleader behind the Nov. 13 attacks in Paris had plans to strike Jewish targets and to disrupt schools and the transport system in France.

Politics | The Hall of Idiots

White House Launches #RefugeesWelcome Hashtag - Breitbart

The Obama administration launched a hashtag last night to promote the concept of welcoming Syrian refugees into the United States after a growing number of governors proposed halting the program after the terrorist attacks in Paris.

Miscellaneous | Judaism

How Jews Respond to Terror - A talk following the horrific attacks in Paris on November 13, 2015 - Lectures

As global terrorism continues to wreak havoc, Israel has been the target of these horrific evils for decades. In guiding us to defend ourselves against murderous attacks the Torah provides us with a dual approach. (A talk at the Jewish Women’s Retreat i

Science & Technology | Technology

After Paris, Encryption Will Be a Key Issue in the 2016 Race | WIRED

As the world reels from the Paris attacks, presidential candidates and tech companies will be forced to face questions on encryption with new urgency.

Politics | Politics

Feinstein breaks with Obama: 'ISIL is not contained'

In a blow to President Barack Obama's strategy with ISIL Sen. Dianne Feinstein broke with him, saying that ISIL is not contained.

Politics | Op-Ed

Top 5 Reasons Why Obama’s ‘ISIS’ Press Conference Cemented His Legacy as a Coward.

sharp line being drawn today between Hollande saying this changes everything and Obama saying no it doesn't — Philip Gourevitch (@PGourevitch) November 16, 2015

Politics | POLITICS

Obama Insists ISIS Is Contained

President Obama is doubling down on his Friday morning statement that “we have contained” ISIS in the wake of the group's deadly attacks in Paris.

News | Anti-Israel=Anti-Semitism

Swedish-Jewish Activist Slams Foreign Minister for Tying Paris Massacre to Palestinian Plight, Making Excuses for Murder

Reacting to the blood bath in Paris on Friday night, which left more than 132 dead and hundreds of others seriously wounded, the Swedish foreign minister linked the multi-pronged massacre perpetrated by ISIS terrorists to Palestinian suffering, indicati

News | The News

'Anonymous' Hackers Declare War on ISIS in Video Message - NBC News

Hacker group Anonymous have apparently responded to the attacks on Paris by posting a video declaration of war against the terrorist group

Music | Music

Eagles of Death Metal Associate Nick Alexander Killed in Paris Attack | Rolling Stone

Nick Alexander, who worked Eagles of Death Metal's merchandise table, was among the 118 people killed in the terror attack at Paris' Bataclan.

News | News

Before bloodbath, Bataclan theater was threatened over pro-Israel events

Paris concert hall has been target of past warnings, protests by pro-Palestinian activists over Jewish ownership

News | News

Israel named 'Palestine' on map given to Paris schools | The Times of Israel

Responding to parents who complained about the distribution at public schools of a map which labeled Israel as “Palestine,” the City of Paris said it was the result of “a simple production error.”

Miscellaneous | Interesting Links

A $1,000 Day in Paris for $100

Experience a concierge’s idea of the perfect day on the town in Paris, but at a tenth of the price.

News | Interesting Stories

Paris Apartment unlocked After 70 Years!!

This Paris Apartment Was Left Untouched For More Than 70 Years…Come Take A Look Inside

News | NEWS

Chelsea fans prevent black man boarding Paris metro train - video | Football | The Guardian

Amateur footage shows Chelsea fans preventing a black man from boarding a Paris metro train, and then chanting: 'We're racist, we're racist and that's the way we like it'

News | News

Israeli captures 10 hours of harassment in Paris

An Israeli journalist who for hours walked around Paris while wearing a kippa to test attitudes to Jews documented multiple threats and insults hurled in his direction.

Politics | Op-Ed

Islam Gets Special Treatment - Dennis Prager

Since 9/11, the Western world’s academic, media, political elites have done their best to portray Islam in a favorable light, treating it very differently from all other religions. Criticism of every doctrine, religious or secular, is permitted, often e

News | Fun With Islam

French Muslims Claim “Shape Shifting” Jews Carried Out Paris Attack to Make Muslims Look Bad | FrontPage Magazine

80 percent of his students didn’t want to observe the moment of silence

News | News

PMO confirms France opposed Netanyahu's attendance at Paris rally | The Times of Israel

Hollande called to personally invite PM after intention to join march became clear, according to report

News | News

INSIDE the freezer at Paris Kosher deli | Daily Mail Online

Shoppers including women and two young children huddled in temperatures of minus 3C during the siege on Friday, while behind the door Amedy Coulibaly had taken 19 hostages and killed three on the spot.

News | News

France to deploy 5,000 police to protect Jewish schools | The Times of Israel

In address to parents of Jewish students, interior minister says soldiers will also be posted as reinforcements

News | Media Bias

Watch: BBC's Anti-Semitic Interview at Paris Demo - Jewish World - News - Arutz Sheva

Jewish rights groups have expressed their shock and outrage after a BBC news correspondent made comments claiming that Palestinians "suffer at Jewish hands" during Sunday's mega demonstration against terrorism in Paris, with some accusing him of blatant anti-Semitism.

News | From CNN

Obama, Kerry absent from unity rally in Paris - CNN.com

The heads of England, Germany and Israel were there.But President Barack Obama didn't attend a unity march in Paris on Sunday, days after the deadly attack on the satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo. Nor did his secretary of state, John Kerry, who has deep ties to France.

News | Fun With Islam

French Islamist mini-states grow into problem beyond government control

A backdrop to the massacre in Paris on Wednesday by self-professed al Qaeda terrorists is that city officials have increasingly ceded control of heavily Muslim neighborhoods to Islamists, block by block.

News | From CNN

Charlie Hebdo shooting: Who are the suspects? - CNN.com

With an intense manhunt unfolding in France, one of the suspects in the deadly terrorist attack in Paris has reportedly turned himself in.

Miscellaneous | Interesting Links

Candles raised, heads bowed: World stands with Paris after attack

Demonstrators in cities across France and other major European cities showed their solidarity with Paris following a terror attack on Wednesday.

News | News

Paris Charlie Hebdo Attack: Spontaneous rallies of defiance sweep France - Telegraph

Tens of thousands of people join 150 rallies across France to support freedom of expression following the terrorist attack on the offices of the Charlie Hebdo magazine

News | In The News

Thousands 'Not Afraid' After Charlie Hebdo Massacre

Thousands of demonstrators gathered today at the Place de la Republique after the shooting deaths at a French satirical newspaper in Paris.

News | Anti-Israel=Anti-Semitism

Pellet smashes through window at Paris synagogue | The Times of Israel

Suspect said in custody; no injuries in Monday night attack; rabbi, assistant were in building

Visual Arts | Photography

By the Silent Line: Beautiful Photos of a Parisian Railway Being Reclaimed by Nature

Photographer Pierre Folk has spent 3 years documenting the same, 20-mile long stretch of Parisian railway with his 4x5 view camera... but he's not doing it