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“Do the Right Thing:” Small Business Saturday

Saturday, November 24th, from 10 AM to 7 PM, will be Small Business Saturday, a national Shop Small and Stay Local initiative to bring about encouragement, advocacy, and education to consumers across the Greater New Orleans area.

Was Boudin cook-off critique a case of misplaced blame?

While it was well documented that diversity was lacking at Boudin, Bourbon and Beer, Adriana Lopez looks at the deeper issue of diversity in the restaurant world.

Impressive Saints Continue NFL Dominance With 48-7 Rout of Defending Champion Eagles

The (9-1) Saints were impressive from start to finish yesterday, and Ingram’s big run on the game’s first play was clearly a further indication of things to come.

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Streaky Pelicans Stop the Spurs

The Pelicans season so far has been a story of streaks: after winning their first four, they lost six in a row, just to win five of their last six. They posted a 140-126 home win against the Spurs on November 19.

“Do the Right Thing:” Small Business Saturday

Saturday, November 24th, from 10 AM to 7 PM, will be Small Business Saturday, a national Shop Small and Stay Local initiative to bring about encouragement, advocacy, and education to consumers across the Greater New Orleans area.

Was Boudin cook-off critique a case of misplaced blame?

While it was well documented that diversity was lacking at Boudin, Bourbon and Beer, Adriana Lopez looks at the deeper issue of diversity in the restaurant world.

NOLA Artisan Warehouse Presents: Small Business Saturday

Located at 8725 Oak Street (between Eagle St. and Monroe St.), the NOLA Artisan Warehouse is a collective of New Orleans Artisans. They support many unique, local artists. With extended hours for small business Saturday (11am-5pm on November 24th), make sure to stop in and see their beautiful creations inspired by our timeless city and its rich culture!  

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November 2018 Edition


Standing for Empathy: A Look at Judicial Candidate Richard Perque

Richard Perque is running for judge of Civil District Court and wants to set himself apart from the pack.

Faith and Works: Looking Forward with the Residents of Gordon Plaza

After decades of lawsuits and organizing, the New Orleans community living atop a Superfund site are beginning to see responses from the city in their fight for relocation.

The Future is Female: Five Local Women-Owned Businesses in the Professional Services Sector

Women in New Orleans are a significant cohort in the world of small business. Learn more about several standout ladies in the legal, tech, and financial fields here.

Water, Water Everywhere

New Orleans loses and estimated 40 percent of clean water during distribution. Big Easy Magazine explores the context of water shortages and water affordability