First Jobs of Famous People: Gerard Depardieu

The 35-hour Work Week

How much of a difference would it make for you if your workweek was cut to 35 hours?

France, After 6 p.m.

First Germany, and now France.

French Café Enacts Rudeness Tax

Neighborhoods in U.S. Cities the French Government Warns Its Traveling Citizens to Avoid

The Washington Post has a list of 16 cities in the U.S. that France warns their citizens about, with reasons or advice to stay vigilant. The advice is generally to keep an eye out on your pocketbooks when in high-tourist areas like Times Square in New York, but it’s also about avoiding areas like Harlem in NYC, Anacostia in Washington D.C., the West Side of Chicago, and Inglewood in Los Angeles (see a trend here?).

France’s Housing Shortage Continues

Reuters has a special report looking at France’s housing shortage, which has some homeless families squatting in an empty office block with the support of the housing minister.

Places I’ve Lived: Don’t Hold Your Breath for Your Security Deposit in Spain

Liz Rush has lived in some places. Some of them were abroad!