WHERE ARE THEY?
The ‘Spiderman’ Art Heist and the Five Missing Masterpieces
Vjeran Tomic was such a stealthy thief he was known as ‘Spiderman.’ He was caught after the theft of five art masterpieces valued at $115 million. The canvases were never found.
Here Are the Wildest Looks From Paris Fashion Week
At Thom Browne some models wore pineapples on their heads and carried watermelons for handbags. And that was only the start of the fun and games at Paris Fashion Week.
Inside Hemingway’s Route to Liberate Paris from the Nazis
A newly published short story by the iconic American author, set in WWII Paris, grew out of a “moveable feast” very different from the one he had lived there in the 1920s.
ONE STEP FORWARD
China, World’s Worst Polluter, Achieves a Climate Milestone
The country may have hit the peak it promised in the Paris climate accord well before its 2030 timetable. But there’s still more work to do.
Paris Hotel Home to Hemingway & Holocaust Survivors Reopens
The most glamorous of Left Bank hotels reopened this month after a long renovation, but the ghosts of its legendary past can still be felt.
Sartre, Spinoza ... and Cruising at the Café de Flore
I was 21 and eager to experience the Paris of my intellectual heroes. In some ways, I got more than I asked for.
À Votre Santé
Marianne Faithfull: A Lifetime’s Worth of Dream Dinner Dates
The legendary singer and actress recalls some of her favorite restaurants and meals from her eventful life.