Adele Jacques

singer, actor and producer

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Singer, actor, producer who has lived in Los Angeles for 12 years; organizer of the annual show Paris Loves LA to share French culture with Americans

Adele Jacques on KCRW

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The latest attacks by extremists -- last Friday's massacre in Paris and last Thursday's suicide bombings in Beirut — are being felt deeply here in multicultural Southern California.

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