New episode: Versailles is one of the top tourist destinations in the world. I went to check it out on one of the rare days when you can get inside after-hours – then I hung around for the fireworks.
New episode: Meet George Eddy, the American man who calls the NBA basketball, the Superbowl, and the Olympics – all in French.
New episode: Meet Valli, the American woman who sang on France’s first rap song.
New episode: It’s Rebecca Plotnick from Everyday Parisian talking about exactly how to photograph a city like Paris.
New episode: It’s the guys behind the hit detective experience in Paris, Live Thriller.
Ever heard of Cow Island in central Paris? Here’s a little nugget from today’s walk show with Paris in Four Months.
It’s Slim & The Beast, back on The Earful Tower, playing live music and talking about being an American folk-rock band in Paris.
Here come seven live videos, with seven great guests, at seven amazing Paris spots. And yes, the Eiffel Tower will be featured too.
Gay Paris: What’s it all about? This week’s guest is Bryan Pirolli, a tour guide who specializes in the gay side of the French capital.
Get your dancing shoes on because we’re off to the Moulin Rouge this week! Today’s guest is Amanda Chapman, one of the lead dancers at the world’s most famous cabaret.
Here are 20 facts about Paris you probably didn’t know.
NEW BLOG POST: It’s official! The Earful Tower won! Here’s a look back at a wonderful 2018 and a look ahead to the new year.
France is different. There’s no denying it. Here are a few culture shocks you’re likely to come across, thanks to special guest Rosie from Not Even French.
New podcast episode: Talking X-rated Marie Antoinette facts and why women are glossed over in France’s history with Heidi Evans from Women of Paris.
Want a whole lot more of Paris? Check out the Earful’s exclusive new magazine.
Here we go: 20 days, 20 arrondissements in Paris, 20 live videos…
New blogpost and podcast episode. It’s season five! Today I dissect the Left and Right Banks to find the best one for tourist, once and for all. Featuring authors John Baxter and Lindsey Tramuta.
Imagine if Napoleon, Joan of Arc, Edith Piaf (and more) were living in the Paris of 2018… Here’s what they’d be doing (and what they’d be wearing).