Are you looking for ways to help those who need it most during this crisis? In order to support healthcare workers whose daily lives are particularly impacted by the confinement and to provide assistance to the most isolated and destitute members of our communities, here are some initiatives to help for the residents of Eastern Paris.
With the mayoral elections on March 15th and 22nd, Parisians have the opportunity to choose between several projects and elect their representatives for the next six years. To help you navigate this campaign, here’s short portraits of the main candidates for the position of mayor of Paris.
A new art and music venue in town, a feminist march with an unsettling conclusion, and the impact of the Covid-19 in the capital — your neighborhood news from Paris Lights Up!
On the occasion of International Women’s Rights Day on March 8th, our cultural selection features 8 exhibits by powerful artists to discover this month in Eastern Paris. Great news for art lovers on a budget: most of them are free!
Concerts, flea markets, workshops, conferences, activism and art performances… there’s something for everyone in our neighborhoods! Here’s our March 2020 guide to events with our top picks across Eastern Paris.
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!