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Jarvis Cocker – “Aline” (Christophe Cover)

Way back in February of 2020, the first trailer for Wes Anderson’s new movie The French Dispatch hit the internet, and it featured a piece of music that was both familiar and unfamiliar. The that played at the end of the trailer was a bit of a standard — “Aline,” a huge 1965 hit for the French singer Christophe — but the recording was different. As it turns out, that voice belonged to the former Pulp leader Jarvis Cocker. And now, with the long-delayed theatrical release of The French Exit loomi...
Tags: Music, Wes Anderson, Jarvis Cocker, New Music, Aline, Cocker, Christophe, The French Dispatch, Christophe Cover


Alpine: An ice-cool Husqvarna SM 630 by Freeride Motos

Some custom builders get locked into one style, while others play all over the field. But Pierre Dhers at Freeride Motos seems to bounce between two very specific styles: scramblers and racers (of both the cafe and track varieties). Now he’s combined both disciplines into one ultra-crisp machine. Dubbed ‘Alpine,’ this Husqvarna SM 630 was built to meet multiple needs for its supermotard enthusiast owner. “He wanted a different motorcycle with a ‘scrambler spirit’ to ride on a daily basis,” ex...
Tags: Facebook, Motorcycles, Renault, Husqvarna, Pierre, Sebastien, Magura, Custom Motorcycles, Christophe, Racetech, Husqvarna motorcycles, Freeride Motos, Supermoto, Pierre Dhers, Dunlop Mutant


Speed Read, 23 May 2021

Our round-up for the week includes a well-used Moto Martin-framed endurance racer, and two BMWs; an R nineT and an R18. But first, we take a closer look at the electric-powered Curtiss One. A look at the Curtiss One When a new, boutique manufacturer pops its head up, there’s always fear that their left field creations are just vaporware. But Curtiss Motorcycles reports that their electric motorcycle, the One, is now actually entering production. And it’s an intriguing machine. If you haven...
Tags: California, Indiana, Motorcycles, New Orleans, Lille, Bmw, Honda, Harley Davidson, Spencer, Kawasaki, Alcantara, Kris, Brembo, CNC, George Martin, Suzuki


Inaugural Grant Recipients of Reel Change Film Fund Announced

REEL CHANGE: The Fund for Diversity in Film Scoring announces first recipients of the grant program a SESAC, Christophe Beck, & New Music USA collaboration Reel Change: The Fund for Diversity in Film Scoring, powered by SESAC and Christophe Beck and administered by New Music USA, announces the first recipients of the grant program. The mission of Reel Change’s five-year grants and mentorship program is to elevate the careers and opportunities of composers of diverse backgrounds who have been...
Tags: Amazon, Headlines, Hollywood, Nbc, La, Religion, US, Beck, Los Angeles, Atlanta, Netflix, United States, Yale, New Orleans, Island, Vancouver


Return to form: Workhorse revives a Speed Triple 1050

Before Brice Hennebert started building race-inspired machines as Workhorse Speed Shop, he ran another workshop with a friend, called Kruz Company. The two Belgian builders split amicably a while ago, but there was one notable casualty in the divorce: this Triumph Speed Triple. Brice and his former partner Olivier first took on the Speed Triple 1050 seven years ago. They set out to build it with a monocoque carbon fiber body, but that’s as far as they got. And when they went their separate wa...
Tags: Europe, Motorcycles, Olivier, Brembo, CNC, LSL, Custom Motorcycles, Brice, Rizoma, Cerakote, Christophe, Motogadget, Triumph motorcycles, Zard, Brice Hennebert, Kruz Company


Dark art: A stripped-back Ducati 999 from Freeride Motos

There’s no doubt that the Ducati 999 is set to become a future classic. Pierre Terblanche’s aggressive design polarized opinion when it first broke cover, but it didn’t matter; the 999 was proper fast, and took three titles in its tenure on the World Superbike circuit. And its looks have grown on most people over time—like a movie that gets panned by critics at first, only to become a cult classic later. So if it’s that great, why customize it? For Pierre Dhers at Freeride Motos, the answer i...
Tags: France, Motorcycles, Ducati, Pierre, Brembo, Graulhet, Custom Motorcycles, Christophe, Motogadget, Freeride Motos, Pierre Terblanche, Ducabike, Pierre Dhers, Freeride Motos Racing, Akotabe, Kevin Abelard


‘Troop Beverly Hills’ Sequel in the Works From Director Oran Zegman

Book your blowout at Christophe and pop your luxury tents — Sony Pictures has ordered a sequel to the 1989 comedy “Troop Beverly Hills.” The film, about a pampered Los Angeles housewife (Shelley Long) who roughs it as Wilderness Girls scout to bond with her daughter, is getting an update from director Oran Zegman, Variety […]
Tags: News, Los Angeles, Beverly Hills, Sony Pictures, Troop Beverly Hills, Christophe, Shelley Long, Oran Zegman, Oran Zegman Variety


Custom Bikes Of The Week: 5 July, 2020

Voxan is back with an electric land speed bike designed to hit 330 km/h. Plus a wild Buell M2 Cyclone from France, and details of a collaboration between two storied British marques: Aston Martin and Brough Superior. Buell M2 by Taverne Motorcycles It’s impressive enough that this fierce cafe racer is based on the clunky Buell M2 Cyclone. But it’s even cooler that the guys who built it started with just a motor. Florian and Christophe at Taverne Motorcycles in France started with just the ...
Tags: France, Motorcycles, Monaco, Estonia, Aston Martin, Bolivia, Max, Harley, Yamaha, Salar De Uyuni, CNC, Aston, Kaspar, Florian, Electric Motorcycle, Brough Superior


French Police Push Back Against Proposed Reforms

Government support for banning the chokehold and disciplining officers suspected of racism have drawn angry pushback, placing President Emmanuel Macron in a bind.
Tags: News, France, Police, Black People, Police Brutality, Discrimination, Demonstrations, Racial Profiling, Emmanuel Macron, Macron, Politics And Government, Christophe, Protests and Riots, Misconduct and Shootings, Race and Ethnicity, Deaths (Fatalities


Christophe, French Crooner of ‘Les Mots Bleus,’ Dies at 74

Christophe, a celebrated French crooner best known for his ballads “Aline” and “Les Mots Bleus,” has died. He was 74. Christophe’s death overnight Thursday was confirmed by his wife, Veronique Bevilacqua, to AFP. He died of emphysema, a respiratory illness, after being hospitalized March 26 in a Parisian hospital and transferred to the city of […]
Tags: News, Global, Pierre Lescure, Jean Michel Jarre, Aline, Christophe, Christine And The Queens, Les Mots Bleus, Veronique Bevilacqua


Christophe, celebrated French pop balladeer, dies aged 74

Tributes paid to chanson singer by Jean-Michael Jarre and Christine and the Queens after death from emphysemaChristophe, the French singer who was one of the most celebrated performers of the country’s chanson style of pop ballad, has died aged 74.According to his wife, speaking to AFP, he died of emphysema. Last month, French newspaper Le Parisien reported that he had been hospitalised with coronavirus, but that was not confirmed by his family or management. His family made no mention of corona...
Tags: Europe, Music, France, World news, Culture, Pop and rock, Queens, Afp, Christine, Le Parisien, Christophe, Jean Michael Jarre


T’s Guide to Staying at Home, and Making the Best of It

Hunkering down in isolation? Keep the stress at bay with a delicious meal, some self-care and a riveting read.
Tags: Art, News, Anya, Jason, Robin, Aegean Sea, Wu, Condit, Cyclades Islands, Daniela, Cecelia, Kerby, Okada, Christophe, London (England, Cooking and Cookbooks


Custom Bikes Of The Week: 23 February, 2020

A classic Triumph flat tracker from the race director of the Wheels & Waves festival, a Virago influenced by 90s Japanese import culture, and the latest oddity from Lazareth. Ducati Monster S4 by Barn Built Bikes Whether you leave them stock, sprinkle them with aftermarket parts or really got to town on them, old Ducati Monsters are cool. This 2002 Monster S4 used to fall into the second category; loaded up with bolt-ons, but without any serious fabrication work done. So the crew at Barn B...
Tags: California, France, US, Motorcycles, Ducati, Portland, Belgium, Honda, Volvo, Bsa, Biarritz, Yamaha, Gilles, Sean, Daytona, Alpina


SIDEWAYS IN STYLE: Triumph TR6 Flat Tracker by Christophe Canitrot

Written by Martin Hodgson There are millions of people who ride motorcycles around the globe; most on small capacity machines to commute through big cities, others ride for fun, while an even smaller group makes use of them for their weekend sporting activities. But then there are those who are true bikers, they live and breathe their life on two wheels and you know it the moment you meet them. Christophe Canitrot is one such man, hailing from Toulouse, France, there is always at least one bik...
Tags: Usa, France, Barcelona, Atlantic, Motorcycles, Kansas, Toulouse, Classic, Biarritz, Triumph, El Guapo, Toulouse France, Daytona, Brembo, Martin Hodgson, Mikuni


Migrants Crossing the English Channel to the U.K. Increased Sixfold in 2019

Despite stepped-up patrols, more than 1,800 people successfully crossed in small vessels, up from fewer than 300 the year before.
Tags: News, Smuggling, Great Britain, Illegal Immigration, Javid, English Channel, Politics And Government, Christophe, Rescues, Immigration and Emigration, Sajid (1969-, Castaner


The Best (and Worst) Theater in Europe in 2019

The Times’s three European theater critics pick their favorite productions of the year — plus a turkey apiece for the festive season.
Tags: Europe, News, David, Austria, Theater, Warner, Times, Richard, Stephen, Pascal, James, Gadd, Kelly, Harold, Sondheim, Melanie


Marion Cotillard Applauds Adele Haenel For Speaking Out on Sexual Harassment

Oscar-winning actress Marion Cotillard is one of the many French film figures who have applauded fellow actress Adele Haenel (“Portrait of a Lady on Fire”) for speaking out about the sexual harassment she was subjected to from the age of 12. In an article published Sunday on the investigative website Mediapart, Haenel said that Christophe […]
Tags: News, Global, Marion Cotillard, Christophe, Adele Haenel, Adele Haenel Portrait, Mediapart Haenel


In Paris Knife Attack, Missed Signals and Calls for Vigilance

Police officials did not act on concerns by a killer’s co-workers, but President Emmanuel Macron called on the French to “be on the lookout.”
Tags: News, Terrorism, Paris, Emmanuel Macron, Assaults, Christophe, Paris (France, Castaner


Police knife attack victims to be given France’s top award

PARIS (AP) — France’s presidency says the four victims of last week’s knife attack at the Paris police headquarters will be posthumously given France’s highest award, the Legion of Honor. French prosecutors said the attack in which a longtime police employee stabbed four colleagues to death is a potential act of terrorism. Interior Minister Christophe […]
Tags: News, France, Ap, Nation, Paris, Interior, Christophe


In Paris Knife Attack, Police Ask How They Missed a Killer in Their Midst

Angry calls for a shake-up emerged after prosecutors said a Muslim police technician who killed four colleagues had left a trail of warning signs.
Tags: News, France, Terrorism, Paris, Charlie Hebdo, Murders, Christophe, Attempted Murders and Homicides, Paris (France, Castaner


European Vote Reveals an Ever More Divided France

The party of Marine Le Pen, the far-right leader who lost decisively to President Emmanuel Macron two years ago, defeated his party in the European Parliament voting.
Tags: Elections, News, France, Marine, European Parliament, Emmanuel Macron, Le Pen, Macron, Christophe, Legislatures and Parliaments, National Front (France, Emmanuel (1977-, La Republique en Marche, Yellow Vests Movement, Guilluy


Brocanteur Friends Come Over for Lunch

  Two of my favorite brocante dealers came over for lunch. Before they arrived I looked around my house and declared that they were going to find the things I sold to them, I should play a game I thought like "Find fifteen things that you sold me?" Actually, they would find more than that without even trying. I made lunch and was so excited to see Christophe and Philippe. The market in Cassis is every Wednesday and Friday, this morning I walked to the market, filled my basket with fresh seasona...
Tags: Travel, living in France, Brocante, Movable Feast, Cassis, Christophe, Aubagne, A Fisherman's House in Cassis, French la Vie, Louis Sicard, Brocante Lunch Friends Sunshine Beautiful, Philipe


Sharp Rise in Anti-Semitic Acts in France Stokes Old Fears

A spate of high-profile cases has illustrated the surge. Jewish groups remain skeptical of official promises of action.
Tags: News, France, Veil, Anti-semitism, Discrimination, Simone, Christophe, Holocaust and the Nazi Era, Jews and Judaism, Castaner


Theater Review: On Paris Stages, Gay Artists Look Back

A new theatrical work by Christophe Honoré and an adaptation of a book by Didier Eribon see prominent French gay artists reclaim their origins with striking honesty.
Tags: News, Paris, Theater, Thomas, Didier, Menard, Honore, Liddell, Angelica, Christophe Honore, Christophe, Paris (France, Ostermeier, Didier Eribon, Eribon, Phia


37 Tombstones Desecrated at Jewish Cemetery in France

The spray-painting of swastikas and other Nazi symbols on Jewish graves near Strasbourg was only the latest in the region amid fears that anti-Semitism is increasing.
Tags: News, France, Strasbourg, Anti-semitism, Vandalism, Christophe, Holocaust and the Nazi Era, Jews and Judaism, Tombs and Tombstones, Strasbourg (France, Castaner


VOTD: Sleepy Skunk’s 2018 Movie Trailer Mash-Up Starts Closing Out the Year

We’re coming up on the end of the year, which means it’s time to start looking back at the year in cinema that was 2018. We’ve already taken a look at critic David Ehrlich wrapping up the year with a video countdown of what he deems to be the 25 Best Films of 2018, but now it’s time for something a little more accessible and entertaining. For more than a few years now, we’ve featured the year-end movie wrap-ups of Sleepy Skunk, who is now a professional movie trailer editor in Hollywood. Thankf...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Sigur Ros, Aline, David Ehrlich, Video Of The Day, Christophe, Movie Trailer Mash-ups


Strasbourg Attacker Chérif Chekatt Is Killed by French Police, Officials Say

Hundreds of police officers had been searching for two days for Chérif Chekatt, whose attack killed three people, left one person brain-dead and injured 12 others.
Tags: News, France, Strasbourg, Murders, Fugitives, Cherif, Christophe, Attempted Murders and Homicides, Strasbourg (France, Castaner, Chekatt


Strasbourg Shooting Suspect, Chérif Chekatt, Is Killed by French Police

Hundreds of police officers had been searching for two days for Chérif Chekatt, whose attack killed three people, left one person brain-dead and injured 12 others.
Tags: News, France, Strasbourg, Murders, Fugitives, Cherif, Christophe, Attempted Murders and Homicides, Strasbourg (France, Castaner, Chekatt


Chérif Chekatt, Strasbourg Attacker, Is Killed by French Police, Officials Say

Hundreds of police officers had been searching for two days for Chérif Chekatt, whose attack killed three people, left one person brain-dead and injured 12 others.
Tags: News, France, Murders, Fugitives, Cherif, Christophe, Attempted Murders and Homicides, Strasbourg (France, Castaner, Chekatt


La Vie en Rose: Inside a Costumier’s Dreamlike, DIY Maison in France

How would a French costumier style her own stately country house? With quiet, rosy hues, cinematic hints of silver, and linens she sews herself. For months we’ve been following French stylist and costumier Céline Sathal on Instagram as she slowly and with care restores a traditional hôtel particulier in a tiny village outside of Tolouse. Sathal, who works as a costume designer for the French theater, opera, and cinema, found the 1870s house on Le Bon Coin, the French equivalent of Craiglist (“wh...
Tags: Books, Diy, Instagram, France, Marseille, Paris, Ikea, French, Pink, Toulouse, Guyana, Houses, Bosch, House Tour, Kitchens, Versailles