- This week in Louisiana history. February 29, 1904. Study reported that 50 automobiles were owned and operated in N.O.
- This week in New Orleans history. February 29, 1824.
OUDOUSQUIE, Charles, impresario. Born, New Orleans,
February 29, 1814 [sic]; son of Norbert Boudousquié and Marie
Thérèse Héloïse de Chouriac. Succeeded Pierre Davis as
director of the Théâtre d'Orléans (ca. 1853). Instrumental in
construction of the new French Opera House, which opened
December 1, 1859, and which he managed until the outbreak of
the Civil War.
- This week in Louisiana.
New Orleans French Film Festival 2020.
February 27th, 2020 - March 4th, 202010:00 am - 11:00 pmPrytania Theatre5339 Prytania St.,New Orleans, LA 70115
This year, right after Mardi Gras, Laissez les bons temps rouler watching French-language films at the Prytania Theatre! The 23rd New Orleans French Film Festival, one of the longest running foreign language festivals in the country, showcases excellence in contemporary and classic francophone Cinema for audiences of about 4,000 at the Prytania Theatre, the oldest single-screen movie house operating in Louisiana. All films will be screened with English subtitles.
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