Tour de France: insurrection and sweet gaiety on the Croix-Rousse

A tiny hill that men have made immense: the Croix-Rousse, in Lyon. The district of canuts, “Voraces”, workers, forgotten, oppressed. The rock where we work, … Read more

The race director positive for Covid-19, the Tour de France coughs

The Tour seemed to be going well until we learned, this Tuesday, that the prisoner Christian Prudhomme had caught the Covid. “For the image of … Read more

Tour de France: Thibaut Pinot, eternal turning point

“I won the Tour de France at 30. And I stop my career on the spot. “ Thibaut Pinot once explained why he had to … Read more

Alaphilippe, back in yellow – Liberation

Julian Alaphilippe, the former yellow jersey of the Tour (two weeks in 2019), is also the new one: a stage victory this Sunday on the … Read more

Glamping: Here you can camp with a lot of luxury

FFor the blink of an eye, they shine bright as day: the sofa, the refrigerator, the fabric wall. Then everything sinks into darkness. The tent … Read more

Manchette, Buchert, Baratte, Minier, Napoléon … the Libé Books selection

Five recommendations from the Books service and the favorites of booksellers on the Onlalu site to deconfinate. Letters from bad weather, Correspondence 1977-1995, by Jean-Patrick … Read more