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Mobilized to preserve the neighborhood’s identity, the artists of Belleville open their workshops on October 2nd-5th

Each year since 1990, the artists of Belleville open the doors of their studios! This year’s Open House days will be held on October 2nd-5th to explore the theme “Anima, the Latin word for air, breathing, what holds us back to life”.

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Photo story: A sneak peek behind the scenes at La Flèche d’Or, disused train station turned cultural venue

After much anticipation, La Flèche d’Or has finally reopened its doors! A group of associations and collectives from eastern Paris will be the new guests of this former train station of the Petite ceinture, Paris’ disused railway, through February 2021.

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September 2020: Eastern Paris Event Guide

Jazz or classical music concerts, live performances, documentary films, literature, queer culture, video game: with the return of festivals, there will be something for everyone this month!

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September 2020: Putting the spotlight on young creatives with 11 art exhibits in Eastern Paris

Cultural events are back in full (physically distanced) swing! From the République neighborhood to the heights of Belleville, we’ll be your guide for this month’s selection of art exhibits.

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Portrait of an artist: A black and white journey across Eastern Paris with architect and illustrator Clément Gy

Trained as an architect, Clément Gy plays with the shadows and lights of the urban landscape to bring Parisian streets to life. Paris Lights Up asked him a few questions, and is more than happy to share some of his artworks!

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Le Passage à Niveau, A New Restaurant Along the Converted Railroad Tracks of “Petite Ceinture”

This new eatery opened its doors this summer, just a few steps away from Canal de l’Ourcq. With its quiet terrace and a menu favoring seasonal and local ingredients, the Passage à niveau has a lot to offer!

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Mandatory Face Masks: Which Streets Does It Apply To in Your Neighborhood?

As of Monday, August 10th, face masks become mandatory in more than a hundred streets, parks and busy areas across Paris. The measure will be in effect for a minimum of one month.

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