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Love in the Time of Cholera
Gabriel Garcia Marquez
Paperback | Oct 2007
10 in store $14.41
Local author, John M. Barry's timely book will scare the living daylights out of you.  You will never forget to wash your wands after use. 
Great Influenza
John Barry
Paperback | Nov 2005
12 in store (remainder) $10.20
Flu
Gina Kolata
Paperback | Jan 2001
29 in store (remainder) $8.07
Chronicles some of Dylan's time in New Orleans.
Bob Dylan Chronicles
Bob Dylan
Paperback | Oct 2005
8 in store (remainder) $10.99
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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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Location: Frenchmen Art & Books - New Orleans, La. Jason’s gig at Carnegie Hall was canceled 3 days prior to our event. Jason's lovely wife, Kaya, working part-time at our bookstore, was the influencer that landed us a wonderful afternoon of entertainment at the bookstore.  This was our last event before the City of New Orleans shut down all non-essential businesses the next day. We streamed it on FaceTime and captured Jason playing the vibraphone - see link below.
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