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Paris Opera Gala For An Artistic Autumn Debut

29 September

Friday evening, on the 24th of September, Paris plunged into an artistic autumnal mood by the new Gala by Paris Opera. Glamorous was, also, the word of the day for the celebrities present at the event.  This new edition of the Opening Gala brings together three works that highlight the Paris Opera's style. With Clouds Inside, the young dancer from NDT Tess Voelker performs her first choreography, the story of a man-metronome and a woman in the clouds. Damien Jalet comes with Brise‑lames, a piece for nine dancers, depicting waves of movement into an alluring mood. Etudes Harald Lander comes with a classical touch. Alexandra Lamy was over excited with the Paris Opera Gala Alexandra Lamy wanted to "be transported. I just feel like being swept away because I'm not just ‘happy to be here,' I'm over-excited,"   For this season, the excitement seems at its peaks. "You all here attentive, curious feels so good. I first want to celebrate the joy, the one that comes with the stage, from dance, from simply being together," said Paris Opera director of dance Aurélie Dupont.  The passion on the stage went directly to the public's heart and the emotion could be felt all around. Art is needed, catharctic events are

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Gabrielle Chanel Love for Perfume and La Pausa in the French Riviera

Gabrielle Chanel Love for Perfume and La Pausa in the French Riviera

24 August

Gabrielle Chanel is well-known for her love of the French Riviera! She spent a great part of her life here and she left many marks on this corner of the world.   Grasse, where the perfume Chanel N 5 was born One of the main features of ...

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Jean Cocteau at Villa Saint Sospir in Saint Jean Cap Ferrat

Jean Cocteau at Villa Saint Sospir in Saint Jean Cap Ferrat

13 August

The magic of the French Riviera has never ceased to mesmerize the spirits. Jean Cocteau was among the lovers of this region. More precisely, he was very fond of Saint Jean Cap Ferrat, the little gem peninsula of the South Coast. Jean Cocteau and his love ...

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Cezanne, The Artist of Provence at Carrières de Lumières

Cezanne, The Artist of Provence at Carrières de Lumières

22 July

An immension self projection when you enter the space of art and fantasy. The twirl of formes, colors, the mix of music and motions create the outside effect that speaks and links to the inner one.  The new digital and immersive exhibition ...

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Where in the World is Slots Gambling Illegal?

Where in the World is Slots Gambling Illegal?

24 January

It might surprise you to know that there are countries in the world where gambling is entirely illegal. The fact that we are free to play whatever games we want at www.bezy.co.uk, and that we even have a Gambling Commission to ...

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Best slot games to play in 2020

Best slot games to play in 2020

7 December 2020

If you thought there wouldn't be any good news in 2020, you'd be wrong, as there are plenty exciting and highly lucrative slot games to sink your teeth into and if you're really lucky you could even land yourself a life-changing ...

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The New Social Trend: the Meditation

The New Social Trend: the Meditation

26 October 2020

We see, more and more, people who turn to meditation as a step to themselves, to more tranquility into a society that stirs everyone up. This article is the interview with Céline Chauchet, meditation, hypnose, therapies, sophrology.  What is meditation? Meditation is not ...

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The magic of the Ice Cream and Sorbet, Anecdotes

The magic of the Ice Cream and Sorbet, Anecdotes

22 October 2020

Ice cream has been a fascination for centuries. Its roots are even deeper than we think. We can start by metionning the Roman emperor, Neron who is said to be the first to use the fruity syrups cooled in snow called ...

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A brief history of bingo

A brief history of bingo

24 August 2020

  Some people have always loved a game of chance with a bit of excitement thrown in. And because that's bingo in a nutshell, that's the reason it is such a well-loved game. But although we understand what the game is today, ...

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