There’s a segment of the entertainment industry that a lot of people don’t want to talk about, and it is the part of the service industry that attracts a great deal of tourism and business conferences: the strip clubs. It’s the same for many cities, but for such a small city, New Orleans has a large number of them, and not just on Bourbon Street.
Table of Contents
- Saintsational Sexism
- Coffee Culture Playing Poorly in New Orleans
- The Red Pelican
- Grace, Humility, Dignity, and Class: Demario Davis Has Made the New Orleans Saints Winners in More Ways Than One
- Pressing Forward
- Medical Marijuana in Louisiana
- Spirituality and Kindness
- New Orleans’ Experiment with Charter Schools
- Signs of Change: Watching the Caribbean
- Being a Part of the Solution in NOLA’s Lower 9th Ward
- Dance Like Everyone is Watching
- A Night at Gasa Gasa
- Your Wallet and Health for a Power Plant?
- Acting Brando
- Dressing For White Linen, New Orleans
- The Religious Liberty Task Force: A Rhymed Response
- Gallery Rue Royale: An Artistic Adventure In The Midst Of Essence Festival
- February 1, 2068
- Swamp du Jour – MAGA ALERT!
- The Colors of Exposition Boulevard
I arrive at Gasa Gasa on Freret Street around 9 pm. I knew, like every night out at this intriguing club, this one would be a night to remember.
In June of 2016, Entergy closed its steam electric Michoud plant at 12550 Old Gentilly Road, after being in commercial production since 1957. Entergy decided they wanted to build another plant in the same place, using the same resources. In a world that’s turning towards wind and solar, Entergy decided to go with natural gas.
Actor John Mese has recently has begun performing a one-act, one-man play on Christian Brando called Wild Son. I thought this would make for a good opportunity to catch-up and learn more on the Hollywood career acting process.
White Linen Night is one of the most upscale, relevant art associated events in New Orleans. This includes delicious local cuisine and cocktails along the streets upon which people stroll, wandering from one gallery to the next in their very well selected outfits for such an evening, in which the clothing on the countless people enjoying what the yearly affair has become a sort of art within itself.
You have no power here, Death has no dominion, And though as life, you appear, We see through the haze, your lies. You are truly a cage, And to those of us with open eyes, A cage is death. Freedom is our dominion, Rather than your so called love. Your love is a numbing […]
After fighting the pandemonium of downstream traffic, I found I urgently needed a restroom while haplessly seeking parking. All of which proved worthwhile plights and pistons in order to enjoy this unique, convivial day, particularly the opportunity to scope out Gallery Rue Royale, located at 541 Royal St in the heart of the French Quarter; […]
I wake up to familiar noises. Banging, metal crunching against metal. Men, yelling orders to each other frantically. The incessant beeping and metallic swerving of the cranes. My small room quakes periodically when the cranes are directly overhead. Sighing, I shake the sleep from my body as I rise from my bare mattress. As I […]
Zac McGovern has been making cartoons for most of his life. He likes exploring oddball characters and making fun of establishment figures and ideas.
If you like Julia’s poetry, be sure to check out some of Big Easy Magazine’s earlier published poems here and here!