Amanda Stone, President of Open House, explains the different activities arranged by Grenoble’s premier English-speaking cultural association.
Archive for April, 2009
Ciao a Te is the real deal: a genuninely fantastic Grenoble restaurant and probably the best Italian eatery in town – says James Dalrymple
New father James Dalrymple ponders his daughter’s future growing up bilingual in Grenoble, and his own place in a bilingual household.
Shag, it seems, is not just a rude British word for, um, something rude, but also a style of swing dance originating in New York in the jazz age of the 20s and 30s. Thus, it seems Shag Café is less debauched than it sounds but is in fact an Art Deco restaurant and ballroom.
Anya Pope talks about her experience at a hairdresser in France, hoping she doesn’t get too ‘dégradé’