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[Partner article] We recently met Marylene Notarianni, a French American real estate broker in the Bay Area. With the new year beginning, Marylene has quite naturally taken a look at 2016 and is giving you her best wishes for 2017.

Laurent Le Gall has been living in the Bay Area for the last 20 years. Burning Man has become like a ritual, like a retreat to share thoughts and emotions. He directed and produced a serie of 8 short documentaries to document this overwhelming exprience.

 

Paris Combo has been touring the world with its swing/jazz/gyspy music for the last 20 years. The French band always received a warm welcome in the US and especially in San Francisco. They will be back for Valentine's Day at the SFJAZZ.

 

All the news is still gravitating towards Trump's elections and first actions. Misha Weidman gives us his feeling about the San Francisco real estate market with the first after elections impact.

 

 

 

Jain (say Jane) is literally the latest French revelation in the pop-rock-electro-and even reggae French scene. We have been following her lately. Here is what we have to tell you and you should love it.

How to navigate your stock options and understand your equity compensation... Quite a question, indeed ! Worth meeting an expert to answer it. 

[Partner article] We recently met Marylene Notarianni, a French American real estate broker in the Bay Area. That was the occasion to ask her some questions to paint a quick portrait for LostinSF.

 

Petit Biscuit, the young (like in really young) French electro music phenomenon, will perform in San Francisco next Spring.

[updated] Lola Lafon will be in San Francisco to attend 2 events: Gender in Translation, After Hours on the 4th and the presentation of her successful novel, ''The Little Communist Who Never Smiled'' at Green Apple Books.

You most probably heard about Guy's Grocery Games program on Food Network. Stéphane Meloni, French chef at bistro Castagna, has won a chance to come back for a new contest.

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