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Kevin J. Bozant was born in the Upper 9th Ward of New Orleans – as luck would have it – just a few blocks from Huerstel’s Bar and Little Pete’s Seafood Restaurant. He is a local author, photographer and digital graphic designer for his publishing company, Po-Boy Press – New Orleans. His professional experience includes Warner Brothers, CW and ABC television affiliates. Kevin specialized in sales, marketing, promotional graphics and special events coordination. He eventually became senior graphic designer for the news, sports and weather departments. He was font operator for fifteen seasons of Friday Night Football as well as Saints Sideline with Ed Daniels. Kevin provided technical assistance on location shoots for Real New Orleans with Ronnie Virgets, Crescent City Country with Kim Carson, co-produced New Orleans after Midnight with Bernie Cyrus and developed and co-produced The Southern Garden for Vitascope Television. He also served as studio graphics manager and question writer for Brandon Tartikoff’s popular New Orleans trivia game show N.O. It Alls. Kevin showcased his warped opinion of local politics and culture as writer and editor of the “Crescent City Crier” a political cartoon published by Gambit Weekly. He is author and editor of Port & Burgundy 1840-1990: A Pictorial History covering 150 years of St. Paul German Lutheran Church and Faubourg Marigny; Quaint Essential New Orleans: A Crescent City Lexicon; African American New Orleans: a Guide to 100 Civil Rights, Culture and Jazz Sites; Crescent City Soldiers: Military Monuments of New Orleans as well as Music Street New Orleans: A Guide to 200 Jazz, Rock and Rhythm & Blues Sites.

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Product Details

  • Paperback: 142 pages
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (January 1, 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1466410582
  • ISBN-13: 978-1466410589
  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.3 x 9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 7.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,903,114 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Kevin J. Bozant was born in the Upper Ninth Ward of New Orleans - as luck would have it - just a few blocks from Huerstel's Bar and Little Pete's Seafood Restaurant. He is a local author, photographer and digital graphic designer for his publishing company, Po-Boy Press - New Orleans.
His television news experience includes Warner Brothers, CW and ABC television affiliates. Kevin specialized in color print graphics for marketing and promotional materials as well as special events coordination. He eventually became senior graphic designer for the news, sports and weather departments. He was font operator for fifteen seasons of Friday Night Football as well as Saints Sideline with Ed Daniels. He provided technical assistance on location shoots for Real New Orleans with Ronnie Virgets and Crescent City Country with Kim Carson. Kevin co-produced New Orleans after Midnight with Bernie Cyrus and developed and co-produced The Southern Garden for Vitascope Television. He also served as studio graphics manager and question writer for Brandon Tartikoff's popular New Orleans trivia game show N.O. It Alls.
Kevin showcased his warped opinion of local politics and culture as writer and editor of the "Crescent City Crier" a political cartoon published by Gambit Weekly. He is author and editor of Port & Burgundy 1840-1990: A Pictorial History covering 150 years of St. Paul German Lutheran Church in Faubourg Marigny; Quaint Essential New Orleans: A Crescent City Lexicon; African American New Orleans: A Guide to 100 Civil Rights, Culture and Jazz Sites; Crescent City Soldiers: Military Monuments of New Orleans; Music Street New Orleans: A Guide to 200 Jazz, Rock and Rhythm and Blues Sites; Crescent City Saints: Religious Icons of New Orleans as well as Cryptic New Orleans: Cemetery Secrets and Symbols.
Kevin also publishes and narrates GPS guided walking tours of New Orleans for VoiceMap. The free VoiceMap app is available from the AppStore and Google Play and uses your location to play stories and commentary. Kevin currently resides in the Gentilly Terrace and Gardens Neighborhood of New Orleans.

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By Doug Madelne on March 7, 2014
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This book gave me so much information. It helped me a lot on my State Report. I got a lot on my topic Jazz.
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From Civil Rights to neighborhoods to restaurants, Kevin Bozant brings New Orleans' African American Culture alive in photos & stories, that has made New Orleans the beautiful city it is today. As a child having grown up in New Orleans and now going back as a visitor, this books serves as a wonderful guide to so many memories, both happy and challenging. It is a "must read" for everyone that has grown up in, lives in or plans to visit the historical city of New Orleans.
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This very redable guidebook discusses important (and some little-known) African-Americans of New Orleans, and is highly recommended for those who want to drill down on this subject.
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