Bon Anniversaire to Le Huffington Post, which turned one-year-old today. We are all thrilled with our first foreign-language baby, which is now the top online-only news site in France. To all those who are a part of this vibrant community, may our second year be as full of creativity, growth, and great conversations as the first. READ MORE
Le Huffington Post's First Year, and the Future for International As we celebrate the first birthday of Le Huffington Post, our goal in 2013 is to take the Huffington Post brand even further, by moving beyond Europe and North America and into markets such as South America, Asia and Africa.READ MORE
We are among eight Americans aboard le Boreal as it sets sail on a 11-day, late summer cruise from Boston Harbor en route to Montreal. Of the 192 passengers on board, another handful or two are English-speaking, from the U.K., Australia and Canada. But the complexion of the ship is decidedly French -- not only because of the predominance of French-speaking passengers (from France, Switzerland and Belgium) but in terms of ambiance and style as well.
If you had spent a lot of time playing with a Paris-themed Playmobile set growing up, you would not be disappointed when you arrived in real-Paris -- except that the people are less "joint-y" and their hair's not as perfectly shaped. Unfortunately being able to appreciate quality design and effective city-maintenance programs does nothing to improve your French.