Meow, Monsieur: The French Felines of New Orleans, $14.95 by Jim Gabour
"These twenty tales, each with a gorgeous illustration by Gabour himself, give us all the fun and adventure, all the heart and soul, even the legendary mystique of the city, in a way that no one has ever seen before.... If you love New Orleans and if you love cats, you're going to be crazy about Gabour's book."
- T.R. Johnson,editor
New Orleans: A Literary History
Author Jim Gabour has served as professor emeritus at L'Ecole Française des Chats in the Faubourg Marigny of New Orleans since 2001. His maps show approximate locations,although cats may have wandared, commis le font.
Meow, Monsieur! Jim Gabour Paperback | Mar 2021 $14.95 (on order)
The 768-page book, “A Promised Land,” will be the first of two volumes, this one encompassing parts of his early political life, his presidential campaign in 2008 and ending with the death of Osama bin Laden in 2011.
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A Promised Land Barack Obama Hardcover | Nov 2020 3 in store$45.00
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In Honor of Pride Month 2021
Book Reading by author ROBERT FIESELER - this Thurs., June 24, 2021
Location is off-site 3 blocks from the bookstore.
adjacent to Grande Krewe Fine Wine & Spirits,
2305 Decatur St./Marigny
After the reading by the author please stay for an auction of vintage New Orleans posters and other paraphrenalia. Also vintage LGBTQ+ magazines, books and art - to benefit LGBT+ Archive Project.
During a break enjoy wine tasting next door at the Grande Krewe Fine Wine & Spirits as part of Thirsty Thursday's event.
In 1973, an Arsonist Killed 32 People at a French Quarter Gay Club. Why Has History Shrugged?
Friday June 18, 2021 @ 05:32PM - Friday June 25, 2021 @ 12:32PM
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ABOUT THE ARTIST David McPherson is a native of New Orleans and graduate of Carnegie Mellon University. For more than thirty years he has worked in drawing, painting, sculpture and photography, exhibiting at numerous exhibits, art walk events and galleries including the South La Brea Gallery in Los Angeles and the Contemporary Arts Center in New Orleans.
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The Faubourg Marigny of New Orleans
authored by Scott S. Ellis
“An important, distinctive neighborhood that also stands as a sort of microcosm for the city’s evolution, the Faubourg Marigny receives in this book the historical consideration it so well deserves. Scott S. Ellis takes us on a block-by-block, conflict-by-conflict journey stretching from early Creole society to the rise of Frenchmen Street as a cultural mecca.”—Brian Boyles, publisher, Louisiana Cultural Vistas
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Musician Jason Marsalis adds great in-house vibes live at FABSee more