Monthly Archives: July 2013

Beer Slang

When beer became legal in New Orleans on April 13, 1933 after thirteen years of living an outlaw existence, the New Orleans States ran an article to instruct beer-loving consumers on proper beer lingo. Forgotten Words Are Back With New … Continue reading

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Book Progress #4

Last week I sent in my next section of pages for my book Hope and New Orleans. This is where I am: My contract calls for 35 photographs and 40,000 words. Or 65 photographs and 35,000 words. Or something that … Continue reading

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Newest Treasure

I first discovered Charles Dufour for his newspaper articles in the Times-Picayune. He was known as “Pie Dufour.” I was studying the rebellion of 1768 and stumbled across one of his articles. I did some research on Dufour – he’s … Continue reading

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