Quentin Roosevelt, son of Theodore Roosevelt and his second wife Edith, was shot down by German planes during aerial combat over France on July 14, 1918, northeast of Paris between Château-Thierry and Reims.In this exclusive France Revisited interview, Christiane Sinnig-Haas, author of a forthcoming book about Quentin Roosevelt, tells about “the most famous American victim of the First World War.”
“New Wine From France”: Documentary By American Jeanne Bernard Examines Biodynamic Vineyards in the Loire Valley
France Revisited meets with Jeanne Bernard, an American from Louisiana living in Paris, to discuss her documentary “New Wine From France,” an examination of the world of biodynamic wines, to learn how she got involved with biodynamics and filmmaking, and to discover her favorite shops and bars selling organic and biodynamic wines in Paris.
Key figures about the American presence on the Riviera according to a study by tourist officials show that the percentage of visitors from the U.S. has decreased significantly over the past 25 years but that Americans still like it, they really like it.
What happens when two sisters, one an artist with sore feet and a hankering for chocolate, the other an A-type corporate traveler with a 37-page itinerary and no interest in sweets, visit Paris together? Wendy Most of Trenton, New Jersey recounts the joys and suffering of a Paris adventure with her sister Debbie.
Editor’s note: While in Normandy last week I left my apartment in Paris to the artist Laura Barton and her husband Chris. On their return home to West Chester, Pennsylvania, Laura sent the following travel [...]