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New Orleans' Magazine Street has undergone remarkable changes over it's long history. From an overlooked district of mostly unassuming residences and businesses, it has evolved into one of the country's most dynamic and attractive business thoroughfares. Once host to neighborhood grocers, druggists, and cleaners, today Magazine has become a destination of fashion boutiques, gift shops, design studios, antique stores, and galleries. It is also one of the most important dining and drinking streets in town. Still home to little neighborhood eateries, Magazine now hosts some of the city's most renowned restaurants. Yet even with the transformation the street has seen, the soul of Magazine retains its residential charm.

A beautiful coffee table book, The Incomparable Magazine Street traces the history and culture of the road that curves between stately St. Charles Avenue and the river. It speaks to not only how Magazine fits into the urban growth of the Crescent City, but it also highlights what it has become: an enchanting combination of both elegance and the down-to-earth.

A stroll through the book immerses visitors in history and nostalgia while introducing them to the people and places that make the six-mile-long street one of New Orleans' greatest assets. Glowing photographs capture the small details, the varying streetscapes, and the unique people that make Magazine Street one of a kind. While areas of the city have evolved into a world of visitors, Magazine Street has developed its own character that combines the past and present to become a vibrant community destination.

  • Item Weight : 2 pounds
  • Hardcover : 240 pages
  • ISBN-10 : 1941879101
  • ISBN-13 : 978-1941879108
  • Product Dimensions : 10 x 0.9 x 10.1 inches
  • Publisher : Pelican Publishing (October 9, 2017)

About the Author

John T. Magill retired from The Historic New Orleans Collection as senior curator in 2016. A nationally known urban historian and New Orleans expert, he has lectured and written on everything from Carnival to catastrophes.

Born in the cultural mecca that is New Orleans, Margot Landen was constantly surrounded by creative influences. Embracing culture and travel not only became a desire, but a passion! A self-professed lover of jazz, dark chocolate, romance, and the golden hour, Landen spends most of her time in Los Angeles, Dallas, and New Orleans capturing special moments and inspiring images. An honors graduate of Savannah College of Art and Design, she started Margot Landen Photography in 2008. She has worked with major film and editing production companies and advertising agencies across the country and her images have been featured in People magazine, InStyle, Town and Country, Rangefinder, The Knot, Where magazine, and Gambit.