Art of the City Book Club—We Cast a Shadow

May 15, 2019 [6:00]PM 520 Royal Street Susan Larson hosts a monthly conversation with authors, artists, and audience members, in conjunction with Art of the City: Postmodern to Post-Katrina, presented by The Helis Foundation. This month’s book club will feature…

Howard Philips Smith at THNOC

The Historic New Orleans Collection hosts Howard Philips Smith at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, January 31, at the Willams Research Center (410 Chartres Street). On Wednesday, January 31, author Howard Philips Smith will give a presentation on his new book Unveiling…

A Life in Jazz

Hosted by the Historic New Orleans Collection, journalist Gwen Tompkins, host of public radio’s “Music Inside Out” and a contributor to the new edition of Danny Barker’s “A Life in Jazz” (THNOC 2016), will discuss the book and sign copies.…

Historic New Orleans Collection to feature Janet Allured on August 11

The Historic New Orleans Collection will feature a lecture by Janet Allured at 6 p.m. on Thursday, August 11, at their French Quarter exhibition space (533 Royal Street). The HNOC’s Voices of Progress exhibit will be open prior to the lecture,…

Michael A. Ross to present his book on a notorious New Orleans kidnapping case July 22

Historian and author Michael A. Ross will present a lecture on his excellent book The Great New Orleans Kidnapping Case: Race, Law, and Justice in the Reconstruction Era, from 6 – 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, July 22, at the Historic…

Richard Sexton’s Creole World

By Taylor Murrow In Creole World: Photographs of New Orleans and the Latin Caribbean Sphere, photographer Richard Sexton offers a visual essay of his travels in Haiti, Panama, Colombia, Cuba, and New Orleans, while essays penned by scholars Jay D.…

Room 220’s picks for this weekend’s Tennessee Williams Festival

The Tennessee Williams Literary Festival takes place this weekend. Room 220 recommends you find yourself at these events: (UPDATE:) The Internet Age has seen a renaissance of the novella. If you’re a fiction writer, and are free at 9 a.m.…

Photo Books at PhotoNOLA: A roundup

This year’s PhotoNOLA festival includes a panoply of offerings for lovers of photography books. The PhotoNOLA Education Day: Focus on Photo Books kicks things off on December 12 at the International House Hotel with a series of discussions and presentations.…

Civil Rights, philistines, and Teddy bears, Oh my!: Celebrate the launch of the new issue of Louisiana Cultural Vistas magazine

The Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities will celebrate the publication of the most recent issue of its flagship quarterly, Louisiana Cultural Vistas, starting at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 25, at the Louisiana Humanities Center (958 Lafayette St.). The Fall…

‘A Company Man’ details a raucus romp through 18th-century New Orleans

From Nola Defender By Derick Dupre In 1730, Marc-Antoine Caillot arrived in New Orleans to record his observations about Louisiana, or ‘New France,’ as he knew it. In ‘A Company Man,’ modern Crescent City residents get a peek into their…

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