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Gruesome Playground Injuries: An Anything but Gruesome Performance

A review of nolaNOW Theatre Company’s first official production, Gruesome Playground Injuries in which we take a look at the acting, costumes and set design. nolaNOW is a new, talented, women led group that is definitely worth reading about.

Progressive Living: New Orleans Holiday Lights

For many families, walking or driving to see the holiday lights is a treasured annual tradition. And for light lovers, there are few cities that do things as enthusiastically as New Orleans. This year, there are a number of lighting ceremonies and experiences for both residents and visitors to enjoy. We’ve listed some of our favorites below, but feel free to let us know if we’ve left any out!

“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.

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New Orleans Saints vs. Atlanta Falcons (Thanksgiving Night): 5 Bold Predictions

The (9-1) New Orleans Saints will be seeking their 10th straight victory this Thursday Night (Thanksgiving) when they host their bitterly-hated and despised NFC South Division arch-rivals the Atlanta Falcons at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome.

Grabes’ Greenhouse – Pt. 1

The first of a series on deep web surfing, journalism, hacking, trust and more by Adam Albaari.

The Progressive’s Weekend: Thanksgiving 2018 Edition

Past policies, beyond bickering and right at the doorstep of our inner child, this is The Progressive’s Weekend! We here at Big Easy Magazine have much to be thankful for this Thanksgiving Week. First and foremost, we thank our readers for pushing us to better, higher, and more progressive levels. We thank our staff of […]

Lilth

A poem by Nolan Storey about a woman breaking free of her patriarchal bonds.

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The Progressive’s Weekend: Thanksgiving 2018 Edition

Progressive Living: New Orleans Holiday Lights

“Do the Right Thing:” Small Business Saturday

The Progressive’s Weekend: 11/16 – 11/18

Amid Confusion, Oak Street Is Ready for Po Boy Fest

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Grabes’ Greenhouse – Pt. 1

Lilth

Gruesome Playground Injuries: An Anything but Gruesome Performance

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An Afterbirth — Some Scribbles

Huntington – Part 1

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