Monthly Archives: October 2010

Angels Really Do Exist: The LaRoche Family

In late June, 1940 a nine year-old girl and her parents fled Paris on the eve of the German invasion. The NAZI ideology aimed to rid first Europe, and then the world of a deemed threat of social plague held … Continue reading

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Less is More: la Vie à la Campagne

One of four, M. LaRoche still resides in the same house his father was born in. Here, he and his wife bore their SIX children and continue to live a life “around the way”. Nearly completely self-sustained, the family works, … Continue reading

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Feeling Farther and Farther Away From Home

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Some Brit Sh*t

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The ONE who made it ALL possible…

Que puis-je dire? … mais que j’aime ma mère!

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PARiS

C’est la ville de les très riche, très chic et romance incroyable! “The city of wealth, trend and incredible romance!” *While the steak and frites were just “comme ci comme ça”, les fruits de la mer made up for it… BRRRRRP! … Continue reading

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McCrapé

At the nucleus of fine dining and gourmet cuisine itself, I never understand what draws the masses. Will affordability win in the battle against quality? I don’t know, but I had to get a look at what they were serving … Continue reading

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