My new book “Midlife Solo” is now available.

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Paree, continued

The exhibition I didn’t go to at Pompidou, because of the line-up. Soon.

The building for the “Union of French Groceries.” Above the door, it says, All for One, on one side, and One for All on the other. I don’t think Canadian groceries are so fervent. Or have such beautiful headquarters.
A typical “papeterie” – so much gorgeous stuff for writers and people who love paper and pens and …
I could go mad.
Hard to believe the Jardins du Luxembourg are in the heart of this crowded city. This is a statue to the poet Baudelaire.
And here’s another great poet – this is the publicity shot for the Dylan exhibition here. Were we ever so young?



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