• Entrepreneur: It's a French Word Again

    By on May 19, 2014

    The relationship between French entrepreneurs and François Holland got off to a rocky start, with certain business owners even forcing the government to fall back behind the "Pigeons" movement. Today, however, the French President is stringing together declarations of love.  But despite all the cooing and wooing, start-ups are not waiting around for la France to begin flourishing.

  • “Jerk-free zones” fighting street harassment. 

    By on April 22, 2014

    Sick and tired of being whistled at or receiving unwanted compliments in the street, these girls took things into their own hands and created Stop Street Harassment, a community group that gathers together girls and guys in the fight against “jerks”. Their goal? To create “jerk-free zones” in bars and festivals, but also more importantly, on the street. A four-person interview.

  • TRANSlATOR OF THE mONTH

    By on March 6, 2014

    Fi­delity, rigor and style.

    Pub­lish­ing, at light­ning speed, no less than 12 trans­la­tions in the space of 2 months, Anaïs has qui­etly es­tab­lished her­self as a trans­la­tor of ex­cel­lence. So much so, that there are never more than 3 com­mas that need chang­ing in the edit­ing process. In­ter­view with a girl who loves Cal­i­for­nia, the Span­ish and crumbed veal schnitzel.