We at Big Easy Magazine have been chronicling local establishments and would like to take a moment to highlight our favorites of 2018.
A poem of love and nature by New Orleans poet, Kellyann Bates.
Ron Calamia, local photographer and author of FANtastic Saints, a book featuring the costumes and stories of Saints superfans, understands the unique fan culture of New Orleans on an intimate level.
With a 5-2 vote by the Orleans Parish School Board, the last remaining public high school in New Orleans became its latest charter school.
The National Rifle Association (NRA) reported a $55 million drop in revenue in 2017, according to tax records.
Into the Spider-Verse isn’t just the best-animated movie of the year; it may be the best movie of the year, period.
Virginia Byron, MD, a resident at Tulane Medical Center, has spent the last few months educating the Medical professional community about Gordon Plaza, where over 50 households still live on the site of an abandoned landfill.
A new liquid natural gas (LNG) terminal and pipeline is planned for Plaquemines Parish, just south of New Orleans
Last week, the U.K. parliamentary committee released internal Facebook documents that showed the popular social media platform used the massive amount of user data it collected as a weapon against competitors – while intentionally keeping its users in the dark.
On Thursday, December 6th, Louisiana Judge Keith Comeaux of the 16th judicial district court ruled that Energy Transfer Partners (ETP, also known as Energy Transfer Equity,) had the right to seize privately held-land in order to continue construction of the controversial Bayou Bridge pipeline through the Atchafalaya Basin. The lawsuit was brought to court after […]
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