• Hearts drawn and flowers lay on the pavement at a bar where an attack took place last week, Friday  on, Friday, Nov. 20, 2015 in Paris. old rain extinguished the flickering candles and drenched the packets of flowers outside the Paris attacks sites Friday, but people came anyway — to pay tribute, to mourn, to reflect on their city's losses one week later. (AP Photo/Laurent Cipriani)

    A week later, Parisians still in shock over scope of attack

    PARIS (AP) — A week after their city was shaken to the core by a bloody series of attacks, Parisians turned out in their thousands Friday to pay tribute to the dead and express defiance at those who would try to challenge the French way of life.

  • A man walks past  a bar advertising for the Beaujolais Nouveau in Paris, France, Thursday, Nov.19, 2015. People across France are raising a glass of wine in an act of defiance after the deadly attacks on Paris. The third Thursday in November is "Beaujolais Day,". (AP Photo/Jacques Brinon)

    After attacks, many Parisians embrace food, wine and friends

    PARIS (AP) — In France, a glass of wine is many things: one of life’s small pleasures, a civilized complement to food, a source of national pride. Now, it’s also a symbol of defiance.