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Sud De France

For thousands of years the Mediterranean Sea has been a jewel. Wines, olives, and slaves flowed from the coast. Wealth drenched cities. I arrived there in 1982. Antibes. The city had existed since the Bronze Ages. I only knew for the now of 1982. Women shadowed by the Mare Nostrum. Friends. Friend and husband, a […]

A SMALL FISH by Peter Nolan Smith

The Cote d’Azur stretching along the Mediterranean from Ventimiglia to St. Tropez has been populated since before the Bronze Age, but the French actress Brigitte Bardot renewed interest in the Riviera with her debut appearance as a sultry teenager in the 1956 film ET DIEU CREA LA FEMME. That summer the blonde sensation adorned every […]

Eden Roc

In October of 1985 I weekended on Cap d’Antibes. Bridgit’s husband owned a house on the water. She made sure that I went with her. Guy was sexually obsessive and she figured that my presence my temper his libido, but on the first night her screams echoed down the hallway to my room and I […]