Topics :: Cannes
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By Jason Salzenstein | Monday Jun 21, 2010
Most of the country is still in the throes of winter; in the Northeast we’ve got storm after storm, and even Southern California has had spells of "freezing" temperatures lately- I actually had to wear a sweater and jacket!. Luckily, the French Riviera is almost always warm. If you’re looking for sun, sand, and a whole lot more, you’ll find it in- and around- Cannes. Check it out!
By Jason Salzenstein | Saturday Oct 24, 2009
France and art go hand-in-hand, as demonstrated in EDGE Travel Editor Jason Salzenstein’s recent feature, Art and the French Riviera. For avid art lovers, a week or so in France is like taking a vacation in a museum. (Albeit an extremely large one, with fabulous food. And great beds.) 2009 has been an especially important one for art-loving travelers in France, and particularly the South: Painters of the Côte dAzur - a newly installed historical, artistic and cultural journey celebrating the artists of the French Riviera - has brought art to life more tangibly than ever. And makes for a fabulous vacation. Read more...
By Kilian Melloy | Friday May 15, 2009
The 62nd edition of the international film festival at Cannes includes a secretly-filmed, sexually explicit movie about gays in China.
By Jason Salzenstein | Thursday Apr 3, 2008
This summer, EDGE Travel Editor Jason Salzenstein embarked on a tour of the French Riviera. His adventure was based in Cannes, but as he quickly discovered, the neighboring villages and towns also offer a treasure trove of activities in the way of art, culture, shopping, food and fun. First, we brought you the story on Cannes; next, Mougins; last week was all about Grasse. This week, we’re bringing you his final installation- and the scoop on Antibes and Juan-Les-Pins. Check it out!
By Jason Salzenstein | Thursday Mar 27, 2008
Looking for a bit of warmth and can’t wait for spring? Try the south of France! EDGE Travel Editor Jason Salzenstein was recently there, and discovered that Cannes is as hot as ever- but not the only draw. Just outside of the famous city, there are a few other towns, which may be smaller, but they’re just as much fun. Check it out...
By Jason Salzenstein | Monday Mar 17, 2008
Recently, EDGE Travel Editor Jason Salzenstein embarked on a tour of the French Riviera. His adventure was based in Cannes, but as he quickly discovered, the neighboring villages and towns also offer a treasure trove of history, culture, art, shopping, food and fun. Last week we brought you his story about Cannes; this week we’re bringing you the scoop on Mougins- home to one of the hottest dinner parties of the year...
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