The Water Collaborative of Greater New Orleans is hosting its Water Fest on Saturday, November 17.
The first in Big Easy’s partnership with the Junior Journalism Program of New Orleans, this review of School of Rock highlights the talent of the young people in the touring show, which recently stopped at the Saenger Theatre.
Over 30,000 people are expected to attend the event that has 35 vendors, offering more than 60 different kinds of po-boys, and plenty of other foods to try, as well.
If you’re looking to skip out on the work this Thanksgiving, we’ve got you covered. Here’s our compiled list of places where you can eat out on Thanksgiving.
Frustrated with the lack of opportunity for young adults like their son, Patrick and Bebe Bode founded Pirogue Praline Company to allow Seth to utilize his unique skill set.
Every weekend is a progressive weekend. Every day is full of moments that allow us to move forward and grow. And, as we say here at Big Easy Magazine, values are not meant to simply be spoken about but lived out.
You probably wouldn’t normally think that drag performance could mix with story readings, but this is New Orleans, and yes, indeed, they can. Seale Paterson of the Hubbel Branch brought The Drag Queen Story Hour to town in 2017.
At Barcon, the Suzaku 7 are even more catchy, fun, quirky, and upbeat than when I last saw them play several years ago in their early, incredibly remarkable days as a working band. I reminisce about sitting in on many practices as enjoyable as if I were being given a private live performance. I, along […]
The Third Annual Wine on the River event will take place during National Wine Tasting Day. This occasion is a chance to trade taste testing tips and tricks.
It’s Halloween season yet again, and we at Big Easy Magazine recommend events with community and crowds.
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