Sinatra might've been so over the loveliness of Paris, but maybe that's because he didn't have GoGo, the new free English-language monthly covering art, food, culture, and shopping in the City of Light. Started by veterans of the now defunct Paris Time Out, their debut issue features an interview with LCD Soundsystem's James Murphy, lists his fave spots in Paris, and includes a top ten list of current goings on. Subsequent issues follow the same format, with pop artist Sylvie Fluery and John Waters gracing the most recent covers. Available throughout Paris in galleries, shops, clubs, bars, cafÃ©s, and the like, there's now yet another reason to consider the expat lifestyle.
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