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Entrée to Black Paris · 2d ago

We've Moved!

After seven years of publication on Blogger, the Entrée to Black Paris blog has moved to the Discover Paris! Web site.Look for us at https://discoverparis.net/blog-current.html!************E...
Entrée to Black Paris · 1W ago

Au Nègre Joyeux to Be Moved to the Museum of Paris History

The Internet is abuzz with the news that the sign "Au Nègre Joyeux" and the accompanying i...
Entrée to Black Paris · 2W ago

Celebrating Indo-Caribbean Cuisine at the 2017 Fête de la Gastronomie

On Friday September 22 and Saturday September 23, the Académie de l'Art Culinaire du Monde Créole (Academy of Culinary Art for the Creole World), hosted an event in the 11th arrondissement a...
Entrée to Black Paris · 3W ago

What's New at Josephine's House

Last weekend, Tom and I visited Le Beau Chêne during the Journées du Patrimoine - the annu...
Entrée to Black Paris · 1M ago

Elliott Barnes at AD Intérieurs 2017

Elliott Barnes returns to AD Intérieurs this year with an ambitious installation that marries 17th-century artistry with 21st-century savoir faire.Called "Le Salon d'un Collectionneur de Monnaie" in honor of the famous French sculptor and engraver, J...
Entrée to Black Paris · 1M ago

Ô Petit Club Africain

The restaurant Ô Petit Club Africain offers African cuisine and ambiance in the western Pa...
Entrée to Black Paris · 1M ago

Black Women in French Rugby

By Tatiana BalabanisRugby dates to the 19th century and though this sport is unconventional in its literal “backwards” nature, for centuries it has brought people together from different backgrounds. As a European alternative to the contact sport of ...
Entrée to Black Paris · 2M ago

Haïti at Home: La Cuisine Créole - Part 2

No Haitian meal is complete without a little something sweet to finish it off. One of my favorite desserts is blancmangé. This coconut-based gelatin dessert perfectly highlights the sweet is...
Entrée to Black Paris · 2M ago

Paris Noir: Black Expatriates in Paris and How They Got Here

By Tatiana BalabanisLast week I had the pleasure of attending “Paris Noir,” an event organized by Dr. Karen Young, professor of sociology at Clayton State University in Georgia. This event brought together a panel of African-American expatriates curr...
Entrée to Black Paris · 2M ago

Josephine Baker’s Heyday: The 1930s

Josephine Baker reached the height of her career a mere five years after being catapulted to stardom on October 2, 1925, the day that La Revue Nègre opened at the Théatre des Champs Elysées in Paris.Between 1925 and 1930, her stage persona evolved fr...