|By Tabreaux on Monday, March 19, 2001 - 11:31 am: Edit|
We are definitely in the final stages of things, and we hope to be online very soon. That's about all I can say. Stay tuned.
|By Malhomme on Monday, March 19, 2001 - 11:20 am: Edit|
Thanks, Ted!!! That's exactly the gallery I am looking for. Your generosity and helpfulness amazes me.
I know it's hard to say with these things, but do you think you'll be shipping by June? We really like the N.O. and the Edouard. After the party I can't get Allison to drink anything else!
|By Malhomme on Tuesday, March 13, 2001 - 08:49 pm: Edit|
Hey, it's cool we didn't hook-up. Found myself proposing to Allison that night and was, errr, kinda busy. Three's a crowd. We would have liked to have met-up with you again but thought you would understand!
Come to Austin sometime. It's a great place. but don't tell anybody. Good food, sometimes moderate climate, intelligent people. It's a nice place to live. It's the San Francisco of Texas. Heh!
If you come down for something give us a shout we'd love to see you again.
And, glad you like the table. I thought you would. You won't find *that* at Pottery Barn!
|By Marcellin on Tuesday, March 13, 2001 - 07:09 pm: Edit|
Malhomme, you still in Nola? It must be nice to be you - don't you have a packaging job to get back to? By the way, I spent a little more time looking at your profile. That is a cool "table" you are using. Say hello to Allison for me - sorry we didn't hook it Sunday night. Maybe I'll find myself in Austin sometime. I've never been there, love to check it out.
|By Malhomme on Tuesday, March 13, 2001 - 10:41 am: Edit|
...or "the RTA" as I heard one over-stressed tourist say!
Thanks for the tip, BC!
|By Bob_Chong on Tuesday, March 13, 2001 - 10:23 am: Edit|
I bet Ted is clever enough to figure it out, but in the future, when giving directions for something in N.O. (esp. to a New Orleanian), say "riverside" and "lakeside" instead of S&N (respectively)...and "above" and "below" for W&E.
The place you are looking for is below Canal, on the lakeside of Chartres, near Bienville.
That is a heckuva lot easier to find than, "if you're standing so-and-so, it's on the right." But it really doesn't matter, b/c I'm sure Ted can find it. It's just one of those things that will make you cool when you goto N.O. next time. ;-)
...like not calling the streetcar a "trolley"...
|By Malhomme on Tuesday, March 13, 2001 - 10:04 am: Edit|
The store is on Chartres. If you are facing south-west, towards Canal, it will be on the right-hand side of Chartres. I believe it is near Bienville.
In the window of the store (displayed prominently) is a lithograph, quite striking, of a dachshund advertising a German dogshow. The lithograph is approximately 32x16, black and brown are the prominent colors.
Inside the store, to the right, is a large lithograph of an Eduard Pernot advertisement. There are other absinthe posters in here, but this is the one I'm looking for.
Anyway, I hope this is clear enough directions-wise. I'm just looking for the name of the place (or a phone number) so I can call them to get this lithograph.
Thank you, Ted, for being so helpful.
|By Tabreaux on Tuesday, March 13, 2001 - 08:40 am: Edit|
If you give me directions, I'll probably be meandering down that way on Sat.
|By Malhomme on Tuesday, March 13, 2001 - 08:09 am: Edit|
If anyone is still in New Orleans, and going to visit the quarter soon... I'm searching for the name of a poster/lithograph store on Chartres (closest to Canal)(poster of a dachshund in the window). I can give directions to it. Can anyone help?
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