A new record store in town; the Night of Solidarity; a good news for bookstore Les Mots à la Bouche, and a certain lack of love for the new version of Place Gambetta — your neighborhood news from Paris Lights Up!
Calling all foodies of Belleville! We’ve all been there: wandering along the Rue de Belleville around lunch or dinner time, peering into packed restaurants and wondering which to pick. Hunger is setting in. Just can’t decide? We’ve got you covered. Hunger no longer with our picks for this month’s restaurant highlights!
Concerts, flea markets, workshops, conferences, activism and art performances… there’s something for everyone in our neighborhoods! Here’s our February guide to events with our top pics across Eastern Paris.
From the hills of Belleville to the cobbled streets of the Marais, here’s our monthly cultural guide with 12 exhibitions to see in Eastern Paris this month. Great news for art lovers on a budget: most of them are free!
Founded in 2018 by two childhood friends, the artist collective Around The Block explores the French capital in a series of poetic posters. Discover some of their creations inspired by the neighborhoods of Eastern Paris!
The 17th edition of the Bobines Sociales festival will be held at La Bellevilloise on the first weekend of February, concluding a whole week of ‘Hors Les Murs’ screenings across Eastern Paris.
On the fourth day of nation-wide protest led by trade unions against the government’s plan to reform the country’s pension system, a dense crowd of demonstrators once again marched in the streets of Paris. As the protest departed from Place de la République on Thursday, the transport strike entered its 36th day – the longest in modern French history.