Nature takes centre stage in the work of Armand Scholtès. This summer, a double exhibition - in both the main International Perfume Museum site in Grasse and at the establishment's gardens in Mouans-Sartoux - has been dedicated to the French artists.
As a young boy, Prince Albert I of Monaco (1848-1922) stared out across the waters below the Palais Princier and dreamed of the days he would sail out of Port Hercules to explore new lands and seas.
While it may seem that new and exciting food trucks are increasingly ubiquitous, being able to navigate through the incessant red tape and actually start the venture is rather hard work.
Israeli beauty entrepreneur Ronit Raphael has been at the forefront of innovation in her industry for more than 30 years. She was to be a dancer, but her plans changed course at 18 when, in an effort to treat her acne, she suffered second-degree burns following an ill-informed chemical peel. During the years that followed, Ronit consulted with leading dermatologists around the world and ultimately created her own brand today known as L. Raphael.
This summer, the Alpes-Maritimes experienced its second hottest heatwave since 1943, with a total of ten days spent under Alerte Canicule Orange – the 2nd highest heatwave alert by the government.
The scientists and specialists of Monaco’s Oceanographic Institute have recently lost track of a loggerhead sea turtle named Rana. They had released it into the sea at the beginning of the summer in their first attempt of GPS tracking a sea turtle.
Nice painter and artist Sabine Géraudie (also called SAB), has decided to take action against people who sell unauthorized reproductions of her sculpture La Chaise Bleue de SAB. The chair, which stands on Nice’s famous Promenade des Anglais, represents one of the most famous art pieces of the city.
Starting tomorrow and for the next three days, the 8th edition of the Braderie d’Antibes, a large market of local shops where you can get some of the most interesting end-of-season deals. Organised by the Association des Commerçants d’Antibes Coeur Azur, Antibes’ traders association, these three days are now becoming almost traditional, with thousands of people expected.