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A Paris Pied-à-Terre by Ishka Designs of Brooklyn

Anishka Clarke and Niya Bascom of Brooklyn’s Ishka Designs are an international duo–she grew up in Jamaica; he was born in London to Jamaican and Guyanese parents and raised in NYC. But neither had spent much time in Paris before Edouard, a French friend living in Brooklyn, came to them with an intriguing project: His childhood duplex near the Eiffel Tower–in a small late-19th-century building that originated as studios and living quarters for artisans working on the tower–needed editing and an ...
Tags: Books, London, India, Brooklyn, Paris, Apartments, Clarke, Eiffel Tower, Jamaica, Caribbean, Edouard, Bascom, Gardenista, House Call, Designer Visit, Rental Houses


Macron Replaces France’s Prime Minister in Bid to Reinvigorate His Government

President Emmanuel Macron is reshaping his cabinet, starting with the removal of his popular prime minister, in a bid to give his government a fresh start in the last stretch of his term.
Tags: News, France, Emmanuel Macron, Macron, Philippe, Edouard, Politics And Government, Emmanuel (1977-


Macron Replaces France’s Prime Minister in Bid to Reinvigorate Presidency

President Emmanuel Macron is reshaping his cabinet, aiming to begin a new phase after a major coronavirus outbreak and to give his government a fresh mandate in the last stretch of his five-year term.
Tags: News, France, Emmanuel Macron, Macron, Philippe, Edouard, Politics And Government, Emmanuel (1977-


French Prime Minister Resigns Before a Cabinet Reshuffle

President Emmanuel Macron is reshaping his cabinet, aiming to begin a new phase after a major coronavirus outbreak and to give his government a fresh mandate in the last stretch of his five-year term.
Tags: News, France, Emmanuel Macron, Macron, Philippe, Edouard, Politics And Government, Emmanuel (1977-


The Art of Caribbean Exchange, in Gold, Stone or Hardwood

“Arte del Mar,” an exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum, shows that the West Indies were a meeting point of cultures long before the European arrival.
Tags: Art, News, West Indies, Metropolitan Museum, Metropolitan Museum Of Art, Hispaniola, Edouard, Taíno, Archaeology and Anthropology, Caribbean Area, Arte del Mar (Exhibit, Glissant, Caribbean Exchange


Amid Chaos of Daily Commutes, Strikers and Macron Compete for the Commuters

The government is banking that anger at the strikers for making life miserable will tip the scales of public opinion in its favor. So far that is not happening.
Tags: News, France, Demonstrations, Strikes, Macron, Philippe, Edouard, Organized Labor, Politics And Government, Pensions and Retirement Plans, Protests and Riots, Paris (France, Emmanuel (1977-


France Pension Protests: Why Unions Are Up in Arms Against Macron

The country has been gripped by strikes over President Emmanuel Macron’s plans to overhaul a generous but dizzyingly complex pension system.
Tags: News, France, Demonstrations, Strikes, Emmanuel Macron, Macron, Philippe, Edouard, Politics And Government, Wages and Salaries, Pensions and Retirement Plans, Labor and Jobs, Protests and Riots, Emmanuel (1977-


France Announces New Measures to Tackle Domestic Violence

Advocacy groups welcomed a surge of awareness, but said the government’s proposals did not go far enough, and were not supported with nearly enough money.
Tags: News, France, Domestic Violence, Philippe, Edouard, Law and Legislation, Women and Girls


Macron’s Great Debate Finds What France Wants: Lower Taxes, No Cuts to Services

The findings of President Emmanuel Macron’s “Great National Debate” are in: Citizens want lower taxes and no cuts in services. Now the policy conundrum begins.
Tags: News, France, Demonstrations, Taxation, Emmanuel Macron, Macron, Philippe, Edouard, Politics And Government, Protests and Riots, Polls and Public Opinion, Emmanuel (1977-, Yellow Vests Movement


There Really Is a French Exception

But will the government rise to the occasion created by the Gilets jaunes movement?
Tags: News, France, Macron, Philippe, Edouard, Politics And Government, Emmanuel (1977-, Yellow Vests Movement, French Democratic Confederation of Labor


Attempted Raid on News Site’s Offices Prompts Outcry in France

Prosecutors tried to search the offices of Mediapart after it published recordings of Alexandre Benalla, a former presidential aide who is the target of several investigations in France.
Tags: News, France, Freedom Of The Press, Alexandre, Macron, Philippe, Benalla, Edouard, Politics And Government, Search And Seizure, News and News Media, News Sources, Confidential Status of, Emmanuel (1977-, Médiapart, Alexandre Benalla


How a Businesswoman Became a Voice for Art’s Black Models

Denise Murrell’s interest in art, and its treatment of black people, led her to change careers and organize the exhibition “Posing Modernity.”
Tags: Art, News, Discrimination, Art Gallery, Blacks, Thomas, Matisse, Manet, Denise, Henri, Wallach, Edouard, Murrell, Race and Ethnicity, Miriam and Ira D, Mickalene


Paris Burning

The popular “yellow vests” movement has backed French President Emmanuel Macron into a corner.
Tags: News, France, Paris, Charles, Demonstrations, Hollande, Emmanuel Macron, Macron, Philippe, Edouard, Francois, Politics And Government, de Gaulle, Protests and Riots, Emmanuel (1977-


France Suspends Fuel Tax Increase That Spurred Violent Protests

Through weeks of unrest, President Emmanuel Macron has been accused of ignoring the complaints of the “Yellow Vest” movement.
Tags: News, France, Marine, Demonstrations, Taxation, Emmanuel Macron, Le Pen, Macron, Philippe, Edouard, Politics And Government, Protests and Riots, Mélenchon, Emmanuel (1977-, Jean-Luc


France to Suspend Fuel Tax Increase That Spurred Violent Protests

Through weeks of unrest, President Emmanuel Macron has been accused of ignoring the complaints of the “Yellow Vest” movement.
Tags: News, France, Marine, Demonstrations, Taxation, Emmanuel Macron, Le Pen, Macron, Philippe, Edouard, Politics And Government, Protests and Riots, Mélenchon, Emmanuel (1977-, Jean-Luc


Critic’s Pick: A Long Overdue Light on Black Models of Early Modernism

A new exhibition at the Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Art Gallery revisits mid-19th-century Paris to examine the significance of black female models.
Tags: Art, News, Paris, Art Gallery, Blacks, Matisse, Manet, Denise, Frederic, Miriam, Henri, Wallach, Edouard, Murrell, Miriam and Ira D, Bazille


Elegant Web Design and App Design for Rimowa

Elegant Web Design and App Design for Rimowa abduzeedo Jul 03, 2018 Edouard Spriet shared a super elegant web design project for a travel app called Rimowa,  one of Europe’s leading manufacturers of premium travel and carry-on luggage made of aluminum and polycarbonate. As a luxury brand, Rimowa needs a collaborative platform to showcase and share the latest news and collaborations between the brand and major or emergent artists. And acting as a premiu...
Tags: Europe, Design, Rimowa, Edouard, Edouard Spriet


Clock Is Ticking on $10 Million Reward in Gardner Art Heist

Until 2018 begins, a $10 million reward remains on the table for information leading to the return of art stolen from the Gardner Museum in Boston.
Tags: Art, News, Museum, Museums, Gardner Museum, Manet, Jan, Gardner, Vermeer, Edouard, Robberies and Thefts, Amore, Rembrandt Harmenszoon, Anthony M, Isabella Stewart, van Rijn


In Hurricane Irma’s Ruinous Wake: ‘I Feel Like I’m on the Moon’

Images show the extent of the devastation in the eastern Caribbean islands directly in the path of Hurricane Irma.
Tags: News, Caribbean, Philippe, Edouard, Vis-multimedia, Hurricanes and Tropical Storms, Caribbean Area, Hurricane Irma (2017, Virgin Islands (Great Britain, St Barthelemy (French West Indies, St Thomas (Virgin Islands, Tortola (Virgin Islands




PSG starlet Edouard gets suspended sentence for air gun shooting

Toulouse (France) (AFP) – Teenage football star Odsonne Edouard on Tuesday received a four-month suspended sentence for shooting a random passer-by with an air gun. The 19-year-old was also fined 6,000 euros ($6,700) and ordered to pay the victim 2,000 euros ahead of a court hearing on civil damages set for February. Edouard appealed the latter ruling, according to his lawyer Caroline Marty... Visit http://www.majorleaguesoccertalk.com for the rest of the story.
Tags: Sport, Soccer, Psg, Afp, Edouard, Toulouse France AFP Teenage, Caroline Marty Visit


Books of The Times: ‘The End of Eddy’ Captures a Savage Childhood and a Global Movement

Édouard Louis’s deeply autobiographical novel recounts growing up gay among the white underclass in rural France.
Tags: News, The Times, Louis, Edouard, Books and Literature, Global Movement, Édouard Louis, The End of Eddy (Book, Savage Childhood


PSG’s Odsonne Edouard in police custody after shooting incident

Bad news for PSG’s Odsonne Edouard Odsonne Edouard, a 19-year-old striker who is on loan at Toulouse from PSG, have been taken into police custody on Thursday in relation to a shooting. According to reports in France, an innocent bystander was shot in public by a pellet gun. The shots came from Odsonne Edouard’s car. It’s believed that Edouard was responsible for the shooting incident, and it’s claimed CCTV footage has provided evidence showing the young footballer was the person behind the whe...
Tags: News, France, Sport, Soccer, Cctv, Psg, Toulouse, Edouard, Odsonne Edouard, Odsonne Edouard Odsonne Edouard


Photo Report: HODINKEE And IWC Celebrate The Portugieser Hand-Wound Tourbillion Edition 'D.H. Craig USA' In New York

Last week IWC unveiled it's latest creation, the Portugieser Hand-Wound Tourbillon Edition 'D.H. Craig USA.' This watch pays tribute to IWC's founder and his benefactor, combining a tradition flying tourbillon movement with a bold Portugieser case and dial. We thought it was worth a little fanfare, so we gathered almost 100 guests at IWC's flagship boutique on Madison Avenue to see the watch in the metal and to toast with the IWC team. Guests were welcomed by Edouard d'Arbaumont, president of I...
Tags: New York, Watches, North America, Craig, Iwc, Madison Avenue, Edouard, Jack Forster


Books of The Times: ‘The Art of Rivalry’ Dissects Four Jostling Pairs of Artists

Manet and Degas, Matisse and Picasso, Pollock and de Kooning, Lucian Freud and Francis Bacon: fraught friendships as catapults for artistic breakthroughs.
Tags: Art, The Times, Francis Bacon, Bacon, Francis, Jackson, Lucian Freud, Freud, Picasso, Matisse, Manet, Sebastian, Edgar, Willem, Pablo, Degas


Yes, the Pope met a gay priest - that doesn't mean Catholic doctrine is about to change

Father Krysztof Olaf Charamsa , who works for a Vatican office, gives a press conference with his partner Edouard to reveal his homosexuality on October 3, 2015 in Rome. Well, the Vatican isn't the place I know a bit if the sexual orientation of the Polish priest who's just outed himself as gay wasn't known to everyone from the Swiss Guard to the cleaners.
Tags: Rome, Vatican, Catholic, Pope, Krysztof Olaf Charamsa, Edouard