To practise your French and to be kept informed, you might want to look at TV5 Monde.
My favourite online dictionary, Linguee.
If you are francophone and your children are French bilingual, you might want to have a look at Les Poussins de Milton Keynes.
For those who like French Cinema, The Open Film Society shows quite a few of them throughout the year.
Are you going soon to France? Then mind your table manners!! To avoid any faux-pas at the dinner table, have a look at the dining French etiquette. Also always remember that the most important word is French is Bonjour.
For fun, a video about the French accent which will help you understand why I speak the way I do!
To finish and just for the fun of it, my own personal take on learning a foreign language "Lost in Translation" & my own observations about the French vs the English Etiquette "Just tell the French how rude they are!".