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Jim Gabour is a film producer, writer and director, whose work focuses primarily on music and the diversity of cultures. His New Orleans novel Unimportant People is available via Kindle.
Tearing down statues of slavers brings out the worst of Louisiana politics
Trump, Brexit and Le Pen - a trio united by their tri-colors, and an enemy that just won't ever go away
In which the man from New Orleans remembers some prelapsarian years reflected in the music of the times, "when “shaking your moneymaker” did not suggest manipulating one’s PAC"
“For it is written, In the scruffy shall ye find the rewards of eternal bliss!" and other useful Pasqual exclamations from New Orleans when you have become a fixture in the global tourism industry
Learning from Vietnam: what do people want to remember and why?
The musings on a 'natural' Donald Trump phenomenon.