Sylvie started sculpting just a few years before this interview. We spoke with her about how she came to do sculpture and how her art relates to her other profession.
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Ferdinand Cheval was born in 1836 and became a postman in Hauterives, a town in the Drome region of France. In 1879, while walking his delivery route, he stumbled upon a beautiful stone that started the wheels turning in his head. He spent the rest of his life building an “Ideal Palace” out of rocks collected from his postal route.
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Laurence lives in Lower Normandy. In this interview, she tells us how she met Jean, her future husband, in New York.
This is a very short interview: only 5 minutes. It may be a bit easier than most, because Laurence speaks so clearly. I hope you enjoy it!
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Tunisian grocers are well-known in Paris for being open late into the evening and for lending a friendly ear to those in need. Our reporter wanted to interview Mister Halloumi because Mister Hallomi and his store make our reporter’s neighborhood a better place to live.
After listening to this interview, you are going to want to find this nice gentleman and go shop in his store! I hope you enjoy the recording.
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