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The decision comes after protesters demanded that the name be taken down in light of the ongoing opioid crisis.
The Louvre Museum has withdrawn a sculpture from its upcoming program for being too sexually explicit.
The artist behind the work calls the decision "total hypocrisy."
Q: What do you miss most about Paris when you're away? A: Being able to walk everywhere. The architecture. The museums. The
    Paris is relaxed in October. And -- even on the once-each-month free day, with heightened security and a sizable line
The sad truth is, the distinction one could make -- until only very recently -- between Paris and any number of other cities
IN TODAY'S RADIO REPORT: Tropical Storm Colin batters Florida, as Paris begins to dry out; Oil train explodes in Oregon, railroad
All those tourist selfies are about to become a bit harder to capture.
The Paris Ferris Wheel offers a 200-feet-high view of the City of Light from its location at the bottom of the Champs-Elysées
Though French artist Hubert Robert's name doesn't resonate like those of his compatriots Chardin and Fragonard, in his day he was celebrated for his poetic views of architectural ruins. Robert's diverse fans ranged from Louis XVI and Catherine the Great to Voltaire and Thomas Jefferson.
In 2010, I took a trip to Chicago to visit the Art Institute's new section on Matisse, titled 'Radical Invention'.
Jheronimus Bosch, The Haywain, 1510-16. Madrid, Museo Nacional del Prado. With the special collaboration of The Museo Nacional
As we turn to 2016, we resolve to do more traveling, with an eye to experiencing the most spectacular, awe-inspiring artworks on the planet.
In Italy, I've been all alone in a room full of Botticelli paintings, with Bernini's "Apollo Chasing Daphne", with Leonardo's "Last Supper", and with two masterful Davids: Donatello's and Michelangelo's. Each experience was a kind of artistic climax, leaving me craving a cigarette.
In the last few days, Paris has been in the news and on our minds for all the wrong reasons... tragic reasons. And still, there is no doubt that with its indomitable spirit and enduring troves of art and culture, the city -- and France itself -- will overcome.