Posts Tagged ‘Paris’

Occupied Paris full of adventure for American woman

by Published: February 15,2013

Tags: French Resistance, Paris, Portugal, war, World War II

“The Last Time I Saw Paris” by Lynn Sheene It’s difficult to imagine that anyone in 1940 — even a Manhattan socialite — could have been unaware that German forces had moved into Paris. However, those were the days without instant news at everyone’s finger tips. As improbable as it may be, it makes a […] [...]

Don’t expect Ernest Hemingway, but Paris is still Paris

Ah Paris, a beloved city that’s often celebrated in books, movies and songs. Who among us is not enamored with the City of Light? The art, the food (especially pastries), the sidewalk cafes, the cathedrals, the culture – well, you get the point. Rosecrans Baldwin is not the first American to seek the good life […] [...]

Renninger wins art fellowship

Gulfport artist Lee Renninger is the 2009 recipient of the Jane Crater Hiatt Artist Fellowship from the Mississippi Museum of Art. Administered through the museum, the Jane Crater Hiatt Artist Fellowship provides a study-and-travel scholarship to support an individual artist in the development and creation of art over the course of two years. Renninger will […] [...]

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