Editor’s Note: This piece originally appeared on The NOLA Chic website. It has been reprinted here with permission. My heart sank when I read the bold headlines about the death of our beloved Toni Morrison, but I was immediately comforted by the rich, extensive legacy she left for us. She was an extremely prolific writer, an incredible […]
We have until 10:30 PM CST tonight to fully fund The NOLA Digital Newspaper Archive (in conjunction with Intelligent Archives) in their efforts to “preserve & digitize” a plethora of Times-Picayune papers from 1888 to 1929.
At five and a half thousand members, the Facebook group Where Black NOLA Eats is described as a “safe space for the black New Orleans community, our allies, and visitors to promote black business and other businesses that value our dollars.” The group has inspired many a conversation and resource, including a google map of […]
Collaring is one of the biggest things in the BDSM community. It represents different areas of a person’s lifestyle.
From the descriptions below, the art space and wood shop at 1201 Mazant St. in New Orleans has quite the history and definitely many a story to tell.
Sephora believes in championing all beauty, living with courage, and standing fearlessly together to celebrate our differences.
There are few resorts or venues that begin their tenure in a city the way that The Marquee by Bluegreen Vacations did.
If you’re looking for a list of Black-owned bars, restaurants, and coffee shops in New Orleans, look no further.
The Black News Channel (BNC) has been met with enthusiastic support throughout New Orleans. “We felt more than just welcomed and supported in New Orleans and the State of Lousiana,” said network Chairman J.C. Watts, Jr. “We felt like family.” Unfortunately, New Orleans cable customers won’t yet be able to begin receiving BNC programming. According […]
As part of an effort to promote brand awareness and raise revenue for Big Easy Magazine, we have officially launched our e-commerce store, Uniquely New Orleans. Our brand’s tagline and official trademark is “Unapologetically Progressive, Uniquely New Orleans.” The store is more focused on the uniquely New Orleans aspect of our brand, but also includes […]
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