A ‘Minions’ joke convinced all of TikTok that the Mona Lisa was stolen from the Louvre
The rumor originated with a tourist video of some police vehicles in Paris.
On Jan 10, 2023 by Gavia Baker-Whitelaw
‘Whenever there’s an opportunity to be kind, helpful, understanding, they choose the opposite’: American calls out ‘cold’ customer service in France, sparking debate
'Being forced to be nice to Karen’s in USA I feel bad for the workers who get walked on.'
On Sep 14, 2022 by Gavia Baker-Whitelaw
‘Pharmacy signs in France hit different’: TikTokers have a new obsession—and they’re making techno mashups about it
Who knew that European drugstores went so hard?
On Aug 24, 2022 by Gavia Baker-Whitelaw
‘Airbnb is responsible for their hosts at the end of the day’: TikToker says Airbnb left her and her mother stranded on the streets in the South of France
'[Airbnb] told me essentially to p*ss off and that it's not their problem.'
On Jul 30, 2022 by Jack Alban
‘Karen is not for France’: Mover in France films apparent American woman berating him
'And that ladies & gentleman is how the world sees Americans overseas.'
On Apr 28, 2022 by Tricia Crimmins
Facebook takes down official page for the French town of Bitche
'The most astonishing thing is that Facebook took so long to correct this.'
On Apr 13, 2021 by Kahron Spearman
Secret dinner parties that included champagne, caviar during the pandemic lockdown spark public outrage
Clearly, the parties were illegal.
On Apr 7, 2021 by Phil West
American’s hilarious interruption of French broadcast during Biden celebration delights viewers
The reporter couldn't even hold back his laughter.
On Nov 8, 2020 by Rachel Kiley
‘The Monopoly of Violence’ looks at the debate over police brutality
David Dufresne's documentary covers ground we're more than familiar with.
On Sep 21, 2020 by Michelle Jaworski
Show criticized for putting rape victim in blackface to protect her identity
The move was to protect her identity, but the show is being criticized.
On Feb 20, 2020 by Samira Sadeque
Facebook to give France data on users suspected of hate speech
France will be first nation to hand identification data from Facebook over to judges.
On Jun 25, 2019 by Mikael Thalen
A Plague Tale: Innocence is a love letter to gothic horror
Rats all, folks.
On May 14, 2019 by Joseph Knoop
Conspiracy theories, misinformation swirl online as Notre Dame burns
Everyone has a theory, but no one has evidence.
On Apr 15, 2019 by Mike Rothschild
Decades-old Garfield phone mystery finally solved
This certainly qualifies as a big fat hairy deal.
On Mar 29, 2019 by David Britton