insider-interviews

THE ROMANTICS’ Mike Skill, What I like about them …

By at 16 August, 2017, 10:17 pm

HOLLYWOOD (Herald de Paris) —  The Romantics are an American rock band often put under the banner of power pop and new wave, formed in 1976 in Detroit, Michigan. They were influenced by 1950’s American rock and roll, Detroit’s MC5, The Stooges, early Bob Seger, Motown R&B, 1960’s garage rock as well as the British […]

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A conversation with Hollywood Icon Billy Dee Williams

By at 9 July, 2017, 9:08 pm

HOLLYWOOD (Herald de Paris) —  Many years before he became Lando Calrissian in two STAR WARS movies and Harvey Dent in BATMAN, a 23-year-old Billy Dee Williams recorded a long forgotten album. The album featured ten Broadway songs, many of which were recorded for the first time. Williams said, “It’s a collectible; it’s part of […]

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GUS, DAWN of the GOLDEN MATADOR a film whose time has come

By at 17 April, 2017, 10:35 pm

HOLLYWOOD (Herald de Paris) —  GUS, DAWN of the GOLDEN MATADOR tells the true story of the amazing life of Legendary Civil Rights Attorney Gustavo “Gus” Garcia. His life and loves, his journey and triumphs, both good and bad. He battled segregation, racism and injustice everywhere he found it. Gustavo was the first Mexican American […]

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The Legend: Trini Lopez From the barrio to Beverly Hills

By at 9 April, 2017, 9:45 pm

BEVERLY HILLS (Herald de Paris) —  From the barrio to Beverly Hills, this folk singing sensation took the world by storm beginning in the early 1960’s and continues the tempest even today. Trini elicits standing ovations everywhere he performs and his smooth style knows no age barrier. Exhibit Records has just released a Special 50th […]

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World Exclusive: Icon “Charo” joins Dancing with the Stars

By at 2 March, 2017, 10:29 pm

HOLLYWOOD (Herald de Paris) —  Only a few people in show business are recognized by just one name. Charo is one of those people. A virtuoso guitarist, singer, composer, actress and comedienne, Charo is an American music and pop-culture icon. She just told, Herald de Paris Consulting Editor, Dr. Al Carlos Hernandez, “Im so happy to […]

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FRENCH ART AFTER PARIS: RICH MARTINI PRESENTS MONET AND MANET

By at 15 November, 2015, 9:01 pm

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WASHINGTON, DC (Herald de Paris) —  We have all been deeply shocked and horrified by the Parisian attacks. I was thinking today, that after I had the chance to catch my breath in the fast paced “news” cycles as a White House Correspondent, where was the art in all this?  I have a background as […]

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A message from Michael J. Fox on Back to the Future Day

By at 21 October, 2015, 10:20 am

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We’ve come a long way since 1985. When Marty McFly and Doc Brown traveled 30 years into the future, we could only imagine the innovations we take for granted today — new ideas and technologies that have completely changed the way we live, learn, and work. Back then, if you’d have told me that I’d […]

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N7 Creamery: The search for sustainability in Rancho Cucamonga

By at 21 April, 2015, 5:49 pm

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By Anna Wilding, Contributing Editor Rancho Cucamonga, CA (Herald de Paris) —  147 acres of corporate brands selling their wares and not a locally owned place in sight. That is what we had to deal with and comb through when arriving at Victoria Gardens, in Rancho Cucamonga.  I was in despair, until all of a […]

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Ivre, il interviewe le créateur de @ivre (et de « Bescherelle ta mère »)

By at 22 February, 2015, 2:45 am

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RUE89 —  Sylvain Szewczyk n’a que 22 ans. Et c’est assez vieux pour avoir crĂ©Ă© et administrĂ© plusieurs comptes Twitter, pages Facebook et sites associĂ©s ultra-efficaces. Avec au moins les deux incontournables : @ivre, qui compile infos ou dĂ©lires (très) alcoolisĂ©s, @Bescherelle (« ta mère »), « le justicier de l’orthographe », qui alpague fautes et coquilles dans les mĂ©dias, sur les […]

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What does French law really say about free speech?

By at 14 January, 2015, 8:28 pm

By Sarah Elzas, RFI
France is prosecuting over 50 people for “defense of terrorism” for their comments praising the attackers responsible for last week’s shootings in Paris or for mocking the victims. Police detained controversial comedian DieudonnĂ© M’Bala M’Bala on Wednesday over a Facebook post.
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Coming a few days after hundreds of thousands of people turned out for rallies and marches in support of freedom of the press, it is useful to look at what French law says about free speech.
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Paris-based attorney Aurelien Hamelle, who specializes in libel and privacy cases, answered some questions:

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