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Seven Decades Later, Paris Celebrates End of Nazi Occupation

By Elaine Ganley | Sunday Aug 24, 2014
Her code name was Rainer and she had a gun she called Oscar. Not yet 20, she aimed her weapon at a Nazi officer and shot him to death on a Paris bridge on a Sunday afternoon.

A Wilde Adventure Awaits

By Matthew Wexler | Monday Jun 30, 2014
Are you looking for an immersive gay travel experience beyond rainbow flags and Pride parades? Oscar Wilde Tours launches the ultimate gay-centric getaway to Dublin, London and Paris.

Pride Without Borders

By Topher Ellsworth | Monday Jun 23, 2014
This spring, EDGE went to Paris, France to shoot a photographic series for PRIDE 2014 featuring LGBT artists, luminaries, fashion designers, photographers and all-around bon vivants. This is who we discovered.

Go for the Food: Paris

By Sarah DiLorenzo | Wednesday Feb 5, 2014
The City of Light offers more than its fair share of eateries - explore Paris by day or night to discover them all.

Viktor&Rolf Open Paris Pied-a-Terre

By Thomas Adamson | Thursday Dec 19, 2013
Viktor&Rolf can finally boast a pied-a-terre in Paris. Though their playful creations have graced Paris Fashion Week’s catwalks for years. The Dutch design duo have never had a boutique in their home from home, the City of Light. That is, until now.

Paris to Host Gay Games 2018

Tuesday Oct 8, 2013
The city of Paris has been selected as the site for the tenth edition of the Gay Games in 2018.

Explore the Quartier Chinois: Paris’s Chinatown

By Elisa Mala | Wednesday Aug 7, 2013
Ask a Parisian about the city’s Chinatown and you’re likely to get an answer that’s uncharacteristically reticent. "It’s not exactly where I’d bring someone," natives will demur politely. But you won’t want to miss Europe’s largest Chinatown.

French Anti-Gay Activist Shoots and Kills Self at Notre Dame

Tuesday May 21, 2013
French right-wing historian Dominique Venner shot and killed himself on the altar of Paris’ famed Notre Dame Cathedral today at 4PM local time in front of throngs of tourists in protest of France’s recent legalization of same-sex marriage.

Surprise, Delight on the Streets of Paris

By Matthew S. Bajko | Thursday May 2, 2013
Much like San Francisco, Paris is divided into numerous neighborhoods each with its unique charms and offerings.

Paris’s Best Baguette

By Elaine Ganley | Tuesday Apr 30, 2013
You may be tempted to take bite out of Tunisian born baker Ridha Khadher, but it’s his baguette you should be seeking, which just won "Best Baguette" in Paris.