New walking tours underline the overlooked contributions of female scientists, activists, and writers in the City of Light.
You might know about Tesla vs. Edison. In cities, it was Edison vs. Westinghouse.
The Île de la Cité has no excuse to be boring.
City hall hopes an added cost will free up more housing for full-time residents.
A new photography book captures the cultures that collide underground.
They hope to reduce the roughly 3 million yearly deaths tied to outdoor air pollution.
It’s not just because they’re old.
The Baise-en-villes skateboard can be locked or equipped with lights, just like a bicycle.
There are many contenders, but no clear winner.
The “Oombrella” also shouts at you if you accidentally leave it behind.
A old shop in Paris is holding onto its place in the city by embracing new technology.
Perfect for people who want to wash off days of grime in 0.1 seconds.
A new campaign aims to help infrequent museum goers feel more inclined to pay a visit.
Excrement: messing up city streets since the 1800s.
Banning vehicles from parts of the city—including the Champs Elysées—is part of an ongoing effort to curb pollution.
Its nearest online rival, New York, doesn’t even come close.
The city has asked to be a test site for the “flying” pods, which could replace boats on the Seine.
At least one local newspaper is questioning the city’s influence over a major architectural design competition.