TRÈS URGENT, cherche logement à Paris du 2 à 4 juin

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J’ai une sciatique GRAVE, qui fait que c’est deconseillé de porter les
ojets lourde. Mais je devrais descende en juin à Paris, ou j’ai
trouvée un sous-loc a Belleville pour une mois. Mais le sous-loc ne
commence que le 5 juin, et si je voyager le 5 juin (de la Dordogne), je
devrais changer du train 2 fois dans les petites gares ou je devrais
descendre et remontre des grandes escaliers. MAIS, si je peut voyager
le 2 juin, il y a  une amie qui peut m’amene à une autre ville ou il y a une
train direct pour Paris, et mon amie peut voyager avec moi. DONC, il
me faut absolutement trouver un hebergement/location/tee-pee n’importe
quoi pour les nuits du vendredi le 2 juin jus’qu’au dimanche le 4.
(Donc, je part le matin du 5 juin pour mon sous-loc a Belleville.)

Si je ne le trouve pas, je risque de casser le dos. (Ce ne sera pas
mal de passer le moins de juin allonger sur ‘ma’ terrase a Belleville,
mais j’ai du travail a faire a Paris quand meme!)

Avec moi il y a Mimi, chatte Texan adorable, très propre, et pas du tout bavard.

MERCI pour partager cette annonce.

— Paul Ben-Itzak

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Europe at the Crossroads: Portes Ouvertes de Belleville & the Prè Saint-Gervais, Performers from Around the World — Artists Converge on Paris; Help the Arts Voyager be there

Parce que oui, la Culture française – comme d’ailleurs tous les cultures qui déferle vers Paris – appartient au monde qu’elle a si souvent rayonné, et il faut refusé de la laisse etre confiné et sequestré par les forces de l’Obscurantisme.

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 The Open Studios or Portes Ouvertes de Belleville  and those of the Prè Saint-Gervais, performers including Berlin’s Constanza Macras, Portugal’s Vera Mantero, a major exhibition devoted to Camille Pissarro paintings rarely seen in France, Belgium’s Alain Platel, Spain’s Israel Galvan, Crystal Pite — these are just a few of the major cultural happenings in Paris and environs this Spring that the Arts Voyager and Dance Insider will be able to cover with your support.

Many of you first read about these internationally renowned artists and events for the first time in English in our journals and, continuing our 20-year mission of bringing you stories not told elsewhere, we’ll also be reporting on Giulio D’Anna, a Netherlands-based Italian choreographer whose “OOOOOOO” is inspired by Zagreb’s “Museum of Broken Relationships,” and Jasna Vinovrski’s “Lady Justice,” addressing the relationship between justice and art. Speaking of art, we’d also like to bring you Yasmina Reza’s “Art” as interpreted at the Theatre de la Bastille by the pioneering Belgium theater company STAN . And of intersections between art and society, this year’s Chantiers (Building Projects) d’Europe festival at the Theatre de la Ville features countries in the front lines of the refugee crisis, notably in six short films from Greece addressing this topic and a public brainstorming session with artists from six countries. Most of all we’ll be able to bring you into the studios of the 200+ artists taking part in the Open Studios of Belleville — a neighborhood which in its very MULTI-CULTURAL contours and dimensions provides the best retort to the cloistered vision of French culture represented by the National Front. (We share the FN’s stated pride in traditional French culture; we simply argue that this definition is too limited and does not do justice to the grandeur and ouverture to the world that has always been French culture.) Click here to read our coverage of last year’s Open Studios / Portes Ouvertes de Belleville.

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France, too, is at the crossroads. On May 7  the country will choose between the fear represented by the National Front and the hope and optimism represented by Emmanuel Macron. Between closure and opening. In the campaign between these two ‘cultures’ that has raged in this country for the past two years, CULTURE has been all but forgotten. (Among Macron’s refreshing ideas: More library hours.) With your help, we will be able to do our part in restoring some light to what has always been France’s principal calling card around the world. Our calling for more than 20 years.Many thanks and

Cheers,

Paul
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You can donate through PayPal by designating your PayPal payment to: paulbenitzak@gmail.com or write us at that address to learn how to donate by check or in Euros. Thank You. We appreciate all the follows and likes but unfortunately they won’t pay the dental bills or put food on the table for me and Mimi…. Nor get us back to Paris to cover more undiscovered artists directly (and take care of those dental issues). To those who have already subscribed — at just $29.95/year — MERCI. PS You can also help by spreading the word about our translation, editing, and website management services.