Has the charming Gay Marais gone? If your last visit to Paris goes back to the mid-’80s or the ’90s, chances are you may not recognize the neighborhood.
Gary Saperstein goes by a few monikers these days: wine expert, radio show host, Sonoma man-about-town, and founder of Out In The Vineyard, to name a few. To us, he’s friend and correspondent, and he recently spent a few days touring around Paris with a dear friend, the head chef at Sonoma’s famous The Girl and the Fig.Continue reading “From The Vineyard to La Ville Lumière”
ManAboutWorld Global Correspondent Paul Teixeira and his partner Jose are in the midst of an 87-day global gay adventure. He agreed to document his trip here with highlights from many destinations around the world. In his own words: We recently spent six fabulous nights in Paris as part of our 87 day round-the-world trip, and thanksContinue reading “Round The World With Paul And Jose: Gay Paris Update”
The weather in the Northeast has been spectacular. Imagine a beautiful day like that as you stroll around the heart of historic, romantic Paris with your partner? Or explore museums, hit the clubs or kick back at a cool lounge with your bestie numéro un? Why imagine? Download this month’s issue and (re)discover the City of Light likeContinue reading “April In Paris. Oui. That’s What I’m Talking About”
April in Paris conjures up romantic images of you and a special someone strolling along the Seine, warm croissants in hand. Make it happen with ManAboutWorld’s latest issue with lots of up-to-the-minute coverage of the City of Light. If you subscribe already, download April with the app. If you don’t subscribe, download the issue inContinue reading “April In Paris With ManAboutWorld”
Paris is in the house! Our April issue is ready to be downloaded. Here’s a screenshot of the cover but you have to see the animated version in the magazine. If you already subscribe, just download it from within the magazine app. If you don’t subscribe (est-ce possible?!), click here to get a complimentary 3-monthContinue reading “Paris Is In The House”