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Rethinking Beaujolais Dec. 06, 2016

Wine Talk

ROMANECHE-THORINS, France — Georges Duboeuf, now 83 years old, is old enough to remember when ... Read More

True or False Oct. 24, 2016

Dear Doug

Q: My fiancé and I have been engaged for almost a year. We will both receive our college degree... Read More

The French Have a Right to Ban the Burkini Aug. 23, 2016

Froma Harrop

A few years ago, I took a French friend to a crowded beach in Rhode Island. No sooner had we hit the... Read More

The Bare Truth About Burkinis Aug. 21, 2016

Steve Chapman

A beach in France is likely to feature some sights that would shock many Americans, such as bare-bre... Read More

Artist's Style Inspired by Life Aug. 05, 2016

Antique or Junque

Q: This is a photo of a glass vase I own. I recently saw a similar vase in the glass collection at t... Read More

A Beautiful Death Aug. 01, 2016

Marc Dion

Men who believe in some version of Islam cut the throat of Fr. Jacques Hamel the way you'd cut the t... Read More

Eradicating Terror Jul. 19, 2016

Daily Editorials

In the aftermath of heinous terrorist attacks in Nice, France's Prime Minister Manuel Valls made a j... Read More

Terror Strikes French Riviera Jul. 18, 2016

Daily Editorials

Add the South of France to the tragic list of terror attacks. Again, we're left with heavy hearts to... Read More

Five Roses to Love This Summer Jul. 05, 2016

Wine Talk

It was a warm summer day in Grasse, France. I had celebrated a significant birthday the evening befo... Read More

The Uncompetitive Effects of Tax Harmonization May. 26, 2016

Veronique de Rugy

During a visit to the World Bank this week, I got a sobering lesson about the degree to which the pe... Read More

Watching Bordeaux Prices May. 17, 2016

Wine Talk

The following is an excerpt from an email sent from a fellow Bordeaux collector to like-minded frien... Read More

Canada Ignoring the ISIS threat Apr. 22, 2016

Daily Editorials

Does Canada really believe that it's not at war with ISIS? Justin Trudeau, the country's prime minis... Read More

Canary in the Coal Mine Apr. 19, 2016

Wine Talk

Michel Rolland is perhaps the world's most famous winemaker. From his home base in Bordeaux, the win... Read More

The Rise of a Bordeaux Juggernaut Apr. 12, 2016

Wine Talk

BORDEAUX, France — When Daniel and Florence Cathiard first laid eyes on Chateau Smith Haut Laf... Read More

The Coming Illegality of Acting Legally Apr. 07, 2016

Veronique de Rugy

If you haven't heard yet, the release of the so-called Panama Papers has revealed that top global le... Read More

A Postcard From France Apr. 05, 2016

Wine Talk

PARIS — It was a Wednesday night following a long flight in from California. The taxi pulled u... Read More

Out of Danger, But Out of Mind Jan. 12, 2016

Classic Annie's Mailbox

Dear Annie: In October, I visited my family in France. Three weeks after I returned home, the terror... Read More

Celebrate the Impressionist Festival in Normandy, France Jan. 09, 2016

Travel and Adventure

By Patricia Woeber We go to museums to enrich our lives. We look, we wonder. How did Claude Monet ma... Read More

The Seine: Inspiration of the Impressionists Dec. 06, 2015

Travel and Adventure

By Patricia Woeber "I'm in love with Monet, but he doesn't know it," I said to a friend. He said, "G... Read More

The Spies Who Ruin Us Dec. 03, 2015

Judge Andrew P. Napolitano

In an effort to draw attention away from the intelligence failures that permitted the attacks of 9/1... Read More