New Orleans chef and civil rights icon Leah Chase passed away on Saturday, June 1, according to a statement released by her family. She was 96.
Publisher Scott Ploof tells the story of how Big Easy Magazine came to be, and the inspiration behind the work that we do.
At the time of this writing, our GoFundMe campaign is at just over $500, meaning we’re a long way to the $10K goal. A long way, that is, unless we can keep the heat up! And in New Orleans, we know all about living and thriving with heat. Roughly one year and some change ago, […]
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It’s been an exciting year for Big Easy Magazine. Let’s take a look back at some of our top coverage from 2018.
Don’t prepare to spend your weekend JUST binge-watching shows and finalizing Christmas lists, because the runoff election for Louisiana Secretary of State happens this Saturday. After contending in a filled upfield of candidates across the local spectrum, there are now two who officially challenge for the position left open by the resignation of Tom Schedler: […]
The Editorial Board of Big Easy Magazine endorses the blue wave, and discusses how it ties into our progressive roots.
The upcoming November 6th midterm elections are important. Citizens who vote YES on amendment 2 are voting to end nonunanimous juries in Louisiana. A future in Louisiana with unanimous juries will allow citizens to better defend their innocence.
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